SONY FCB-EX2700P Super HAD CCD II™ image sensors and Progressive Scan
SONY FCB-EX2700P Cameras in the new FCB-EX Series offer excellent picture quality with a horizontal resolution of 670 TV lines, thanks to the use of Super HAD CCD II™ image sensors and a newly developed image processor. These cameras also incorporate high-performance optical zoom lenses (including high-resolution 40x, and bright 28x and 18x lenses), allowing you to select the right camera according to your varying needs.
All of these cameras inherit a multitude of features from Sony’s world-renowned FCB Series such as Wide-D*, Auto ICR, and Spherical Privacy Zone Masking, and they are specifically designed to be integrated into security domes/cameras. These features and breadth of choice enable you to pick the right camera every time.
Super HAD CCD II Image Sensor
Thanks to high-performance Super HAD CCD II image sensors FCB-EX2700, and FCB-EX2700P achieve excellent sensitivity at as low as 0.6 lx* minimum illumination.
This sensor allows high-quality images to be captured even in dark environments. Furthermore, it delivers an excellent horizontal resolution of 670 TV lines, enabling detail to be captured in scenes.
* IRE 50%, AGC ON.
In Progressive Scan mode, the video signal is processed by progressive scan to achieve clear images without any flicker effect.Since network cameras typically have backend systems based on progressive scan, the original picture quality can be maintained without requiring conversion from interlace scan to progressive scan.
Wide Dynamic Range with New Technology
The Wide Dynamic Range (Wide-D) feature allows for the capture of clear images in extreme lighting conditions.
• Auto Mode
When shooting in high- or low-contrast lighting situations, the camera monitors the luminance differences within animage and automatically switches the Wide-D feature on and off , depending on the visibility of the subjects and background.
• Interlace Wide-D and Progressive Wide-D Modes
There are two modes to choose from. Interlace Wide-D mode is ideally suited to high-contrast lighting environments. Progressive Wide-D mode is suited to low contrast environments.