The wide range of NOVUS fish-eye cameras has been further expanded by adding another model from the 3000 series - NVIP-6DN3618V/IR-1P.
The camera is equipped with a 2.9 "SONY Exmor R STARVIS sensor with a resolution of 6 megapixels - 3096 (H) x 2202 (V) - and a fish eye lens with a focal length f = 1.07 mm and a maximum aperture F = 2.5. The device is compatible with the NMS (Novus Management System) application, which allows you to multiply images and control the electronically implemented PTZ function to select the desired scene.These functions are available both in live mode and during playback of recordings.
The camera cooperates with autonomous recorders enabling, depending on the operating mode, a preview in the 2x2 division (image seen in the fish eye mode and three selected scenes), camera operation with a fisheye lens in full-screen mode and selection of the desired scene. The camera supports microSD cards. As part of the reaction to alarm events, he can save an image on these cards, send an e-mail, save the image on the FTP server and trigger an alarm output.
The camera simultaneously generates three video streams with a maximum processing resolution of 2160x2160 and H.264, H.265 or MJPEG compression.