Take a look at the latest releases from Panasonic and Vivotek, now available for purchase.
Panasonic i-Pro WV-SC384
The WV-SC384 is a new addition to Panasonic’s pan-tilt-zoom SmartHD camera range and is very similar to the WV-SC385 model with the only difference being that it does not have a removable infrared cut filter, meaning the WV-SC384 is more suited to day-time operation only whereas the popular WV-SC385 is true day / night and can be used for 24/7 operation.
Both cameras benefit from features such as Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), on-board SD-card recording for backup and 18x optical zoom, which combined with the HD 720p resolution provides crisp, detailed footage of objects and activity at long distances. The WV-SC384 is available as an indoor unit as well as an outdoor bundle.
The odd thing is that Panasonic has launched the WV-SC384 at a higher price point than the WV-SC385, which you would not expect given the true day/night facility in the latter. We expect this will be corrected over time, at which point this camera will become very attractive indeed in the marketplace.
With infra-red night-vision and LED illumination allowing IP cameras to continue delivering great footage even in complete darkness it’s no surprise they’re a popular choice for around-the-clock security surveillance.
With a growing range of cameras available offering infra-red and the choice between models becoming more and more complicated, we’ve put together a list of our five most popular to give you a better idea of what’s out there, what each IP camera has to offer and what kind of prices you can expect when pricing up a security solution based around IP cameras that can continue monitoring effectively in darkness.
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Claim your free Power over Ethernet midspan and save at least £39 / €44 when purchasing the Vivotek FD8361 outdoor fixed dome IP camera with night vision LEDs, 2-way audio, 2 megapixel resolution and H.264 streaming.
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Both cameras offer a cost-effective solution to 24-hour security surveillance, while the IP66-rated weather-proof casing on the FD8134V makes it an ideal solution for outdoor IP security. Megapixel quality and H.264 video mean great image quality and low bandwidth use.
With built-in day/night filters, they are capable of recording both colour and monochrome footage, allowing them to adapt to varying light levels whilst integrated infrared lighting also allows the cameras to capture footage up to a distance of 10m – even in complete darkness.
With MPEG-4 and MJPEG compatibility also included, video streams can also be transmitted in any of these formats for application versatility. Their discreet form makes these cameras ideal for placement where inconspicuous monitoring or recording is required. A Micro SD card may also be used to record directly onto each camera, so there’s no need for separate recording applications.
These cameras are popular which is why we have secured an exclusive deal saving you £20 on the FD8134 and £55 on the FD8134V until the end of June 2012.
You won’t find this offer anywhere else. So snap up this IP camera bargain while you can!
We’ve added some more great deals for the month of September, including deals on IP security cameras from Sony, Axis, Panasonic & Vivotek, with free software and PoE midspans.
We’ll take you through some of the fantastic deals and offers we have for the month of May on the Network Webcams US Store, including huge discounts on Panasonic and Y-cam IP cameras and a special offer on Sony’s HD range.
Just like we do with the UK & EU store, every month we’ll keep you up to date with the Top 5 best IP camera offers on the Network Webcams US store. This month, a selection of big savings, great features and unbeatable bundles.
Every month we’ll update you with the Top 5 best IP camera offers currently available on the Network Webcams UK & EU store. Whether you’re looking for a security solution, upgrading your CCTV or simply want to monitor your home, we have ways to save you money. Read on for a full rundown.
The Y-cam Bullet and the Vivotek IP7142 are two fixed view IP cameras designed for outdoor installation and fitted with infrared LEDs, designed above all to capture high-quality security footage in locations with no external lighting.
From the similar price points and how they are pitched, it is easy to tell that they are very similar, and are both aimed at small to medium sized businesses, but what are the real differences between these two similarly specced cameras?
Something which caught our eye recently is the new 2 megapixel outdoor camera from VIVOTEK, the IP7361.
From the spec the IP7361 it’s definintely not shy of features:
- Outdoor-ready IP67 rated protection
- 2 Megapixel sensor (1600×1200 pixels) with digital PTZ
- True day/night functionality with built in IR illumination
- Power over Ethernet compliant to IEEE802.3af
- 2-way audio with SIP protocol
- On-camera recording using SD/SDHC memory cards