Dahua introduces night colour fusion camera
July 4, 2022 By SP&T Staff
Dahua Technology has announced their new Night Color 2.0 Fusion Camera, a 4MP camera that has dual-lens technology designed to produce full-colour images in poorly lit scenes.
The Night Color 2.0 Fusion camera has two 4MP sensors.
“One sensor extracts detail from the visible spectrum and the second extracts brightness from the infrared spectrum,” said Jennifer Hackenburg, product marketing director at Dahua Technology USA in a statement.
“Then these two images are completely fused, using frame-by-frame mapping at the pixel level,” she added. “The result is a brightness close to visible-light brightness.
The final image is reportedly 36 per cent brighter than that of a standard 4MP camera, while the camera itself is designed for less insect attraction.
Night Color Fusion Technology is designed for low-light applications where both covert security and full-colour images are needed. This can include theatres and bars – environments that need dim lighting for technical reasons or ambiance. For exteriors, this can mean areas without high ambient light at night and areas where white light illuminators are undesirable.
Other features of the Night Color 2.0 Fusion camera are ultra wide dynamic range, triple-stream encoding, an IP67 rating, and ePoE. The camera has Analytics+ functions at the edge, performing real-time perimeter protection security, smart motion detection.
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