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4K is used in representing the resolution, such as the PC, television, high definition digital video cameras, digital cinema.
Video shot with 4K security / surveillance camera, can experience a sence of realism in the perspective representation of high-definition depiction to detail.
This means that the finer details of images remain clear even when you need to magnify only a part of the image.
The high performance lens used by Panasonic’s 4K security cameras provides uniformly high-resolution images from the center out to the edges.
Reference: 4K security / surveillance camera product
The i-PRO TRUE 4K security / surveillance Camera is equipped with Panasonic’ s proprietary 3-drive lens system, which simultaneously drives two zoom lenses and one focus lens. Having three lenses all driven independently allows them to be smaller and their drive areas reduced, and has thus enabled us to make the camera.
Compact enough to fit in a standard camera body while providing a high-power 6x zoom with high 4K picture quality viewed from an ultra-wide-angle of 100°.
In order to create a sharp, clear texture, 12 lenses in four groups are used to provide the ultra-high resolution expected of 4K in every part of the image, from center to edge. Both a higher level of representational precision and a more compact lens system are achieved. Plus, all lenses are glass, while aspheric lenses are also used extensively to reduce aberrations to the ultimate degree. The clear depiction, sharp resolution and beautiful color reproduction necessary for true 4K monitoring have all been successfully achieved.
9M (3K × 3K) high-resolution performance enables sharp rendering of objects and people’s faces at the edge sections of the fisheye (360-degree) security / surveillance camera image.
Reference : 360 degree security / surveillance camera product
Color images are inaccurate in low light conditions.
Note:Some colors may look different from the actual objects depending on the light condition. Do not use SCC with infrared lights.
Removing fine noise generated under low illumination to achieve a low bit rate.