Dome network cameras

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Panasonic Corporation of North America

Panasonic announced two new HD and Full-HD fixed dome network cameras. The IP66-rated outdoor weather- and vandal-resistant 1080p model (WV-SFV631L) and 720p model (WV-SFV611L) are the first additions to Panasonic's new high-performance 6 Series i-PRO camera platform. The cameras utilize the company's UniPhier® S2 LSI processors that produce high-definition resolution at 60 frames per second, enabling the capture of exceptionally-clear images of moving objects, as well as feature the ability to encode up to four simultaneous H.264 streams. The 6 models feature Dual SDXC memory card slots that support high-capacity H.264/JPEG edge-recording with flexible record modes, including alarm-recording and backup-recording upon network failure.

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