Gazer presents Gazer CS 137 – a new analogue video camera with SONY Exmor sensor
Gazer has presented Gazer CS 137 – a new video camera for internal analogue video surveillance systems. The model’s key advantage is a state-of-the-art 1/3" 720p SONY Exmor CMOS sensor, which makes Gazer CS 137 a top-tier solution in terms of image quality.
Thanks to a number of crucial advantages, Sony sensors are currently undisputed market leaders. In contrast to regular CMOS sensors, Sony products are more sensitive, which enables them to deliver truly unprecedented image quality. A video camera fitted with such a sensor generates a highly detailed video signal with impeccable color reproduction event in low light conditions. In addition, Sony Exmor sensor has low power consumption, which makes the camera more resistant to overheating.
Gazer CS 137 transmits a high-resolution 900TVL video signal delivering close to 720р image quality found in digital systems. The model also features an effective 3DNR noise reduction system to ensure that the video is as crisp as possible with no distortion and artifacts. WDR function will help minimize the overexposed or underexposed areas in the frame while the IR lighting with a 30-meter operating range will make sure that you get informative video footage even in complete darkness. For flexible viewing angle customization, the video camera has a varifocal lens with the focal distance of f = 2.8 - 12mm.
This new entry in the Gaze video camera range has a light plastic dome-type body designed for indoor installation. One of the model’s notable features is a convenient mounting plate included in the standard delivery package. This element will greatly simplify camera installation saving the installer’s time and efforts.
Gazer CS 137 camera is already available for purchase.