Adam Bannister

Editor, IFSEC Global

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Adam Bannister is editor of IFSEC Global. A former managing editor at Dynamis Online Media Group, he has been at the helm of the UK's leading fire and security publication since 2014.
July 17, 2018

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Panasonic unveils ground-breaking quad 4K multi-sensor camera

Panasonic Business showcased the world’s first quad 4K security camera at IFSEC 2018.

Boasting 33MP image resolution i-Pro EXTREME Multi-Sensor cameras have four lenses, all of which can be repositioned and are equipped with 4K image sensors.

Panosonic promises “sharp and clear images of fast moving vehicles”, which positions the cameras squarely at the traffic and city surveillance market.

Features

  • Four repositionable lenses with 4K image sensors
  • Offers full HD at 30fps and 4K (3840×2160) at 15fps
  • iA (intelligent Auto) and ClearSight Coating “makes them suitable for capturing evidential grade images even under the most challenging of conditions, such as use in city surveillance and traffic applications”
  • IR-LED for optimal low light performance
  • H265 compression, smart coding and self-learning ROI (region of interest) technology incorporated to enhance image quality while easing the bandwidth burden

“Four repositionable lenses minimise blind spots and allow cameras to adjust to various shaped intersections and monitoring areas found in city centres.” Gerard Figols, European category manager, Panasonic Security Solutions

Panasonic Business says

“When combined with smart coding and H.265 compression we are able to deliver a lower bit rate from the four cameras than a standard 4K camera at H.264,” said Gerard Figols, European category manager at Panasonic Security Solutions.

“What’s more, the four repositionable lenses minimise blind spots and allow the cameras to adjust to various shaped intersections and monitoring areas found in city centres. This is a game changer for the transition to 4K in security.”

The Panasonic Multi Sensor Camera is available this month.

Panasonic Business also unveiled its new deep learning facial recognition technology and its Video Insight 7 video managment system at IFSEC 2018.

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