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JVC Set to Launch Analog, IP Based Cameras

Launch includes high definition network video recorders

JVC Professional Products Company is set to launch new analog and Internet protocol (IP)-based cameras including eight Super LoLux HD IP-based cameras, two TK-T Series analog cameras, and three additions to its V.Networks camera line.

In addition, JVC plans to unveil its new high definition (HD) network video recorders (NVRs), along with its entire analog camera product line.

JVC’s “new IP-based Super LoLux HD cameras deliver the bandwidth and storage efficiencies of H.264 High Profile without sacrificing picture quality, while our expanded line of analog cameras provide solutions for existing operations,” said Ian Scott, JVC Security Division’s vice president.

JVC has committed to multi-codec support, including H.264 high profile, in its IP-based HD security cameras and NVRs, the company says. With H.264 high profile, JVC’s cameras use significantly less bandwidth than H.264 baseline or main profile-based cameras.

JVC’s Super LoLux HD cameras deliver superior color reproduction, even in low light, and match the sensitivity of JVC’s charge-coupled device (CCD)-based cameras. The new cameras also include new clear logic video intelligence (CLVI) image processing, which compensates for back lighting and digitally removes ambient fog, haze, rain or smoke.

Each Super LoLux HD camera includes a 1/3-inch complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) imager that delivers full HD 1080p images at up to 30 frames per second (fps). Other features include auto back focus, on-board recording to standard definition (SD) card, motion detection, privacy mask, and a variety of built-in video analytics. The cameras support Open Network Video Interface Forum(ONVIF) and Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) standards for network cameras, as well as a wide variety of leading video management software (VMS) platforms, including Milestone Xprotect.

JVC is now shipping, the VR-X1600U and VR-X3200U NVRs that provide 16 and 32-channel recording, respectively, as well as support for 1080p and 720p full HD resolutions with H.264 High Profile, MPEG-4, and M-JPEG multi-codec support. The units offer enterprise-level full HD recording and viewing for an unlimited number of NVRs, cameras, sites, and users.