Introducing the SNC-VNB770 Ultra Low light CCTV Camera
Being the biggest Sony CCTV partner in uk we are always thrilled to be one of the first to announce a new product, today is no exception with the new breathtakingly good Sony SNC-VB770 Ultra Low Light IP CCTV Camera which released April the 14th 2016, offers the highest sensitivity in its class – under 0.004lx, ISO 409600! which to the Layman means you are able to attain crisp, clear colour images in what would be virtually pitch black to the human eye, with no need for any illumination from standard light or infra red sources.
The new SNC-VB770 camera achieves such high resolution and amazing sensitivity due to its image processing and full-frame 35mm Exmor sensor – all developed internally by Sony;
“The SNC-VB770 builds on Sony’s image sensor strengths and applies this expertise to new applications in the commercial video capture realm,” said Roger Lawrence, Video Security Product Manager at Sony Professional Europe. “Low-light conditions don’t only occur at night. They exist 24/7 in museums, zoos and any number of municipal and commercial areas. This new camera and our expanding line of 4K network models give users more options for meeting their demanding capture requirements.”
With the exceptional detail provided by 4K technology (4 times the detail of full HD) you are able to expand a wide area surveillance system and still capture, magnify and examine the smallest parts of a scene like a face or a car license plate number – all with a single camera – and with the fully backwards compatible E-mount system – we are able to install the SNC-VNB770with wide angle or telephoto lenses – all of which are optimised both optically and via the new camera software coding to maximize the performance of the 35 mm full-frame sensor.
The camera’s Intelligent Cropping feature lets users capture a full view while cropping images in its native 4K resolution from multiple images at the same time, with either 3 or 5 simultaneous video streams.
Check out a short sample video of the SNC-VNB770 here