Product • 02.02.2009
Panasonic launches entry-level compact day/night fixed dome camera
Panasonic launches the WV-CF102 compact day/night fixed dome analogue camera with ABS (Adaptive Black stretch).
This cost-effective camera features 540 TV lines and a 2.5 mm Fixed Focal lens. The Day/Night function means clear images can be captured with its high sensitivity of 1.2 lux in colour mode at F2.0.
Significantly, the low-cost WV-CF102 has ABS (Adaptive Black Stretch) which enhances visibility of dark areas. Unique to Panasonic security cameras, Adaptive Black Stretch technology is an image processing algorithm built-in to the newly-developed DSP which enables the transformation of shadows and dark areas into natural and clear images in real time without degrading the image quality in bright areas.
What makes Adaptive Black Stretch so unique is the low-price point. This type of technology is usually seen on higher-end products in the market; however Panasonic is committed to providing top-of-the-range technology for all price points. ABS can also be found on the Panasonic WV-CP280, WV-CF294 and WV-CF284 low cost analogue cameras.
The WV-CF102 also contains various adjustment features including BLC (Back-Light
Compensation) and ATW (Auto Tracing White Balance).
The camera’s compact design makes it suitable for many applications such as ATMs, shopping malls, hotels and hospitals.
The WV-CF102 is available to purchase now.