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Clear video can be captured thanks to the advanced optical technologies and magnification of this Genuine Canon 3.5x Optical Zoom Lens. The optical zoom function uses a mechanical lens adjustment to increase the size of the subject or area of interest by up to 3.5 times allowing for greater image detail and clarity. Unlike digital zoom, optical zoom results in a clean image that is free from pixilation and blurring.
The 1/3" high-sensitivity CMOS sensor processes and transmits 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) video helping to capture finer details, even in challenging low-light conditions, which is critical for subject identification and other important security matters.
For maximized image quality, Canon has incorporated the same DIGIC DV III Image Processor used in many of its high-end DSLR cameras in order to reproduce video with life-like colors, tonal accuracy, smooth gradation and reduced noise. Unlike other cameras that rely on a shared processor for image quality and compression, Canon network cameras are engineered with a DIGIC DV III Image Processor solely dedicated to maximizing image quality.
Canon's DIGIC DV III Image Processor is a high-speed engine with maximum processing power which helps to optimize overall video quality with:
- Vivid, life-like color reproduction and image clarity
- Rich, smooth gradations
- Drastically reduced image noise
A host of optional on-board image optimization features were designed to maximize video image quality.
Haze Compensation automatically heightens contrast to display a clear image despite the presence of haze, fog or smog.
Smart Shade Control analyzes and selectively adjusts the exposure in overexposed and darkened areas.
Auto Gain Control Limit gives the user full control over the amount of digital gain applied when using auto exposure in low-light scenarios.
White Balance settings can be adjusted in order to compensate for different types of lighting to ensure color-accurate images.
The lightweight and compact form factor of this camera facilitate ease of installation as well as an unobtrusive appearance, making it ideal for applications that require a clean refined environment.
The lightweight VB-S910F is approximately 180 g (6.4 oz)
A built-in-microphone provides dynamic audio support, allowing for audio recording and streaming at the camera's installation site. This microphone is sensitive enough to pick up sounds from several yards away so the user can not only see, but also hear what is going on at the camera location.
Motion Adaptive Noise Reduction helps reduce overall bandwidth consumption and lower the costs associated with transmitting data, while providing clean images in low light areas where motion is detected. Areas without motion receive added noise reduction thus minimizing bandwidth consumption, while areas with motion receive a smaller amount of noise reduction resulting in greater visual clarity for optimized monitoring and surveillance.
Area-Specific Data Size Reduction (ADSR) is an optional function that allows users to reduce bandwidth consumption and video storage space requirements, thus lessening the need for expensive networking and storage equipment. The reduction in bandwidth and storage is achieved by defining up to eight specific areas in the camera's field of view which are most critical and where high video quality must be maintained, while video quality in the rest of the camera's field of view is lowered.
This optional feature allows cameras to be installed in areas even if there are restrictions on what can be recorded, as a digital mask can be applied to up to 8 sections within the camera's field of view. This prevents the user from seeing any sensitive material that may be behind the masked area, such as an ATM machine displaying banking information.
A host of intelligent On-board Video Analytics have been built into the camera to aid in analyzing video content for the purposes of identifying and alerting potentially critical situations. For maximum flexibility, detection characteristics (sensitivity, area and duration) can be finely tuned by users to allow for precise event detection by the camera, while notification tools can alert the correct parties to help expedite response time. In addition, costly storage space can be saved by using these On-board Video Analytics as triggers to start recording so that the camera does not have to continuously record during all hours of the day.
Moving Object Detection - used to detect moving objects, such as persons or vehicles, in predefined areas such as hallways and parking lots.
Abandoned Object Detection - used to identify motionless objects that have been left behind by a moving object such as a suspicious package placed on a city street.
Removed Object Detection - used to identify the removal of a static object from a designated area, such as a priceless painting in a museum/gallery.
Camera Tampering Detection - used to detect the tampering of a camera such as redirection, blocking, defocusing, or even spray paint.
Passing Detection - used to detect when a moving object passes through the camera's field of view in a specified direction, such as an individual entering into a restricted area from the exit doorway.
Intrusion Detection - used to identify when a moving object enters and remains in a specified area for a period of time deemed unacceptable, such as an individual stepping over a partition in a museum.
The Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) is a growing industry standard that promotes interoperability of security devices and eliminates the need for custom drivers. This network camera supports ONVIF Profile S which helps ensure that basic features such as video streaming, pan / tilt / zoom control, audio streaming and more, will work properly with a wide array of VMS systems.
Camera Viewer with Mobile Device Support allows user to access the camera's functionality from any location via the web browser on their PC or mobile device. The "Mobile Viewer" interface is designed to provide easy control of the essential functions necessary to operate the camera (video stream, pan/tilt/zoom control, presets, exposure settings, etc.) via the touch screens of mobile iOS or Android devices. Installers can also quickly configure their camera at the installation site and remotely control it.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a single cable solution which allows more flexibility in choosing installation locations by eliminating the constraint of requiring AC power outlets nearby. Additionally, the cost of cable installation is reduced because a dedicated power cable is no longer necessary to operate the camera.
The Low Power Consumption offered by this camera helps reduce the occurrence of overheating and failure. In addition, overall system power requirements are lessened, potentially giving the user the ability to save on energy, back-end equipment and hardware costs while lowering environmental impact.
Fluorescent/Mercury Lamp/Sodium Lamp/Halogen Lamp)/ Manual
(One-shot WB / R Gain/ B Gain)
Auto: 3 levels
Manual: 7 levels
Auto: 3 levels
Manual: 7 levels
1280 x 720, 640 x 360, 320 x 180
1280 x 960, 640 x 480, 320 x 240
H.264: 1/2/3/5/6/10/15/30 fps
- H.264: Max. 10 Clients
Cropping sizes: 640 x 360/512 x 288/384 x 216/256 x 144/128 x 72
640 x 480/512 x 384/384 x 288/256 x 192/128 x 96
Sensitivity: -40 dB (0 dB=1 V/Pa)
S/N Ratio: 62 dB or greater
Frequency Response: 50 Hz - 16 kHz
LINE OUT (connect to an amplifier speaker)
Max. 30 fps (H.264)
-10°C - +50°C (+14°F - +122°F)
MAXIMUM POWER CONSUMPTION
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