See every scene clearly with HD image quality
View fine detail in a wide range of everyday video security and
surveillance environments, from retail spaces to banks and schools.
The high resolution Exmor CMOS sensor assures crisp, clear HD 720p
images – even in low light conditions like dimly-lit car parks.
Best-ever imaging performance with IPELA ENGINE EX
At the heart of Sony’s latest generation of cameras, the powerful
IPELA ENGINE EX processing platform combines several technologies
for optimises HD picture quality. View-DR LT combines images taken
at different shutter speeds, delivering a wide dynamic range up to
90 dB for excellent performance in high contrast, strongly backlit
Steadier, more stable video footage
The in-built image stabiliser minimises the effects of camera shake
– for example when the camera’s pole mounted or subject to
mechanical vibration. With clearer, more stable video images it’s
easier to see what’s happening in any scene.
Don’t miss that crucial moment with Intelligent Motion Detection
and Face Detection
In-built motion detection can trigger a range of actions, from
storage and transfer of images to sounding of external alarms.
False alarms caused by noise, weather and environment noise are
minimised by a smart processing algorithm. Human face detection is
also supported, allowing rapid indexing of recordings to find
events where a face is visible in the scene.
Detect in confidence with Edge-based Analytics
Powerful DEPA Advanced video analytics enhances Intelligent Motion
Detection with rule-based alarm triggers, providing alerts with
object filters like ‘passing’ and ‘intrusion’ to further reduce
Reduce cabling costs with Power Over Ethernet (PoE)
Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows the camera be powered using the
same Ethernet cable that’s used for data transfer, reducing
installation complexity and costs.
View and control with your smartphone
Remotely view live camera images with your Android or iOS
smartphone or tablet. You don’t even need to download a special
ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) compliance
Support for ONVIF simplifies interoperability with other network
video devices. The ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum)
defines a common protocol for the exchange of information between
network video devices, including automatic device discovery and
Triple streaming for extra operational versatility
Configure up to three simultaneous IP video streams to suit your
operating needs. For example, one stream for high quality live
viewing; another for storage-efficient recording; and a third for
viewing over a low bandwidth connection or on mobile devices.
Day/Night operation for clearer images around the clock
See clear images at any time of day – or night. Day/Night operating
modes can be selected manually or automatically, ensuring excellent
image clarity whether you’re viewing in bright sunlight or