KP-HD1005-S5

KP-HD1005-S5

  1. Product Categories
    Video Surveillance
    • Analog Cameras/Solutions
    • Housings, Enclosures, Mounting Equipment
    • Lenses
    • Surveillance
    • Video Transmission Equipment

2.1 mega pixel camera, utilizing a new 1/3” high sensitive, 1080P, MOS sensor that produces a HD picture at a frame rate of 30/25 fps progressive scan output. Full HD video with Adaptive Fog Reduction (AFR) allows camera to see through fog, dust & smoke real time in both HD & SD modes simultaneously.

Hitachi Kokusai Electric America Ltd. & Hitachi America

Booth:
  • 2045
Hitachi Kokusai Electric America, Ltd. was formed in 1963, HQ in Woodbury, NY. Hitachi is a worldwide supplier of video cameras and related video equipment. For over 45 years, Hitachi's Broadcast & Su...Hitachi Kokusai Electric America, Ltd. was formed in 1963, HQ in Woodbury, NY. Hitachi is a worldwide supplier of video cameras and related video equipment. For over 45 years, Hitachi's Broadcast & Surveillance groups have been selling miniaturized, solid state, analog and digital cameras that are used in the broadcast and security markets. Hitachi offers one of the largest families of cameras of any manufacturer in the industry. More

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