Sony FCB-EV5300 1/3 type Exmor CMOS sensor Block Camera
Sony FCB-EV5300 model uses Sony?s latest 1/3 type Exmor CMOS image sensor with HD (720p60) at 60fps and 20x optical zoom
Digital Output (Y/Cb/Cr 4:2:2)
The Sony FCB-EV5300 digital LVDS interface provides easy access for IP and Gigabit Ethernet applications. Thanks to the digital interface, the quality of the camera?s video signal is maintained with minimal deterioration. This can lead to cost savings due to the direct connection with codecs/systems without the need for any additional components.
The value of the internal temperature of the FCB-EV5300 camera can be read out via the VISCA protocol. When checking the internal temperature of equipment (i.e., speed dome unit), it is possible to use this data to turn a fan or heater on/off inside the equipment as needed.
Sony FCB-EV5300 Ideally suited for low vision applications, new color enhancement options can make reading text and pictures less challenging. Available options include monochrome, binary, inverted and enhanced color modes.
Sony FCB-EV5300 camera monitor the luminance differences within an image in high contrast environments and boasts a key improvement of 130dB when set to max WDR.
White Balance CWB Modes
In addition to the Auto White Balance mode, the new FCB-EV5300, camera features additional modes, including Indoor, Outdoor, One-push WB, ATW, Manual, Sodium Vapor Lamp.
Using the Visibility Enhancer function will make the darker part of a camera image brighter as well as automatically correct brightness and contrast to show bright parts clearly without overexposure.
When the surrounding area of the subject is foggy and low contrast, the defog mode will make the subject appear clearer. Defog features user-adjustable levels for the first time camera initialization.
Minimizes shaky images caused by low-frequency vibration
Auto ICR Function
The Sony FCB-EV5300 camera features a high sensitivity imager, ideal for day/night functions: provides less than 0.25 lux (F1.6, AGC on, 1/30 s)**
**while in high-sensitivity model.