Z3 Technology reveals Z3Cam-HD camera solution




Having additional pairs of “eyes” is always a welcome move by many people, and in this modern day and age, it would involve a security camera system. Z3 Technology, having come up with the GPS goggles in the past, has a new all-in-one HD H.265 IP video camera that has been specially designed to deliver the highest quality image at the lowest bandwidth, latency and power. This is a new IP video camera which merges Sony’s proven CMOS image sensor as well as auto focus zoom technology, using video compression expertise from Z3 Technology that provides a real-time H.265 HD video streaming solution.

The Z3Cam-HD is best used in both low light and back light applications, where it offers smooth transitions from wide area coverage to detailed close-ups. Apart from that, it comes equipped with essential features such as full HD 30x optical zoom, integrated auto-focus, exceptional low light performance (0.01 lux in color at 30 frames per second), spherical privacy zone masking and 120dB wide dynamic range.

The Z3Cam-HD will pave the way for H.265 or H.264 encoded video, where you can enjoy resolutions of up to 1080p60. Streaming can also be sent anywhere as long as there is a decent Internet connection, and is controlled over any distance via Z3’s intuitive HTTP-based control interface, Sony VISCA commands or ONVIF Profile S. Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability ensures that you will have another flexible option in the set up process.

Those who are interested can pick up the Z3Cam-HD as an all-in-one system or have it customized to any application as an OEM development kit, the HE2K-DCK-10. While there is no exact word on pricing as at press time, the Z3Cam-HD as well as the HE2K-DCK-10 are available for purchase right now. Any takers?

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