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EIZO Announces Ultra-High Sensitivity Video Cameras for Environmental Monitoring and Area Surveillance

EIZO today announced that it has opened a new in-house production line for ultra-high sensitivity video cameras for environmental monitoring and area surveillance. The cameras, SSZ-9700 and SSC-9700, bring a new range of products to EIZO’s extensive portfolio of visual solutions. The SSZ-9700 and SSC-9700 are two ultra-high sensitivity video cameras equipped with a 2.12 megapixel, 1/1.8 inch CMOS sensor. They are able to capture color images with a high level of clarity, even under extremely dim lighting conditions as low as 0.004 lx (SSZ-9700) or 0.003lx (SSC-9700).

The EIZO SSZ-9700 comes with a built-in 35x optical zoom lens that covers a focal length range of 6.5 to 230 mm. Combining 35x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom allows end users to achieve a maximum zoom ratio of up to 350x. This allows the camera to see objects and locations at an extreme distance, providing a high level of awareness to personnel. The SSZ-9700 is equipped with 3G-SDI and HDMI connections with simultaneous output. It is also equipped with an RS-485 communication interface for seamless integration into advanced surveillance systems.

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The SSC-9700 is sold as the camera body only so customers have the option to attach their desired lens to suit the target application. The camera includes unique 2D/3D noise reduction for optimal SN ratio even at high gain settings. The SSC-9700 is equipped with 3G-SDI and composite (BNC) video connections. It is also equipped with an RS-485 communication interface for seamless integration into advanced surveillance systems.

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The SSZ-9700 and SSC-9700 cameras are built for 24-hour use and are backed by a 2-year manufacturer’s warranty for long-term reliability. Eizo will begin shipping from April 2022. Both cameras are produced in-house and can be combined with other products in EIZO’s portfolio, such as monitors or IP decoding solutions, providing reliable integrated solutions for a range of environments.