Hikvision, a manufacturer and supplier of security products and solutions that deliver the ideal combination of high performance and extreme value, introduces two new 5 MP ColorVu TurboHD camera models into its series of HD over analog products. The new 5 MP Non-Distorted ColorVu Audio Fixed Mini Bullet (DS-2CE10KF0T-FS) and the 5 MP Non-Distorted ColorVu Audio Fixed Turret (DS-2CE70KF0T-MFS0) cameras deliver high-definition imagery and 24/7 full-color visuals for the ultimate viewing experience.
John Xiao, Vice President of Marketing, Hikvision USA said, “The introduction of our 5 MP ColorVu TurboHD cameras means end users get crystal clear video and images over analog cabling, enhancing quality while eliminating the need to rip and replace existing cabling infrastructure.” He added that “Hikvision’s TurboHD lineup paired with innovative ColorVu technology is a game changer for customers who need outstanding quality and peace of mind.”
The new 5 MP ColorVu TurboHD Cameras promise no distortion during video preview or playback when applied to standard widescreen monitors. Integrated ColorVu technology further ensures consistently clear imaging day or night, capturing every detail in full color with absolute precision.
In addition to delivering high-quality imaging, the 5 MP ColorVu Bullet and Turret TurboHD Cameras are both equipped with a built-in microphone. This feature eliminates the need for an additional microphone and guarantees high-quality, real-time audio recording.
“By integrating a microphone directly into the cameras, we offer our customers an all-in-one solution for both video and audio recording,” said Xiao. “This ultimately simplifies installation and reduces costs while ensuring users experience high-quality, real-time audio alongside exceptional visuals.”
Since their launch, Hikvision’ s TurboHD Series of analog products have been applauded around the world for their amazing capabilities. Designed to work over existing coaxial cables to deliver HD video and images, TurboHD Cameras eliminate the need to rip and replace cables to upgrade to IP cameras. This allows security professionals to enhance their situational awareness without the hassle and expense of replacing existing infrastructure.
Source: Hikvision Date: 2023/07/13 Related tags: Hikvision, surveillance cameras