The latest low light high sensitivity CMOS sensors are utilized in both Hitachi KP-HD2005R-S5 and Kowa SC200PK1C video surveillance cameras. Hitachi KP-HD2005R-S5 uses a 1/1.9″ format size sensor (enabling use of 1/2″ format lenses) while the Kowa SC200PK1C uses a 2/3″ format size sensor.
Kowa’s SC200PK1C is an amazing Super Low Light Surveillance Camera for observation in very dark environments – producing color video at illumination of 0.005 lux, which is similar to the EMCCD sensor’s high sensitivity.
The camera has a 16x image storage for enhancement and 3D-noise reduction. This new high performance camera is able to deliver color images even in the darkest surroundings and is thus ideal for high-end surveillance solutions.
Hitachi’s Crucial Imaging Division continues to deliver state-of-the-art solutions in surveillance with the release of their new KP-HD2005R-S5.
With its new ultra high sensitivity sensor and high definition video with adaptive fog reduction, the KP-HD2005R-S5 provides ultra clear images in a variety of surveillance environments and conditions (including fog and haze) while having sensitivity with illumination of 0.009 lux color and 0.0005 lux monochrome.
Both surveillance cameras are now available at rmaelectronics.com.