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Hanwha to debut 8K camera at GSX

September 6, 2019  By  Neil Sutton

Image courtesy Hanwha Techwin

Hanwha Techwin America will announce a new 32 megapixel 8K network camera at this year’s GSX show in Chicago. The company says the TNB-9000 utilizes a full size 35mm CMOS sensor to deliver 8K performance at up to 12fps.

According to the company, the TNB-9000 covers large areas with sufficient pixel density to allow operators to zoom in digitally and investigate image details in real time or forensically and still retain a clear image. Operators can adjust the field of view. The camera is suggested for stadiums, airports and similar large spaces where installing multiple cameras may be impractical or cost prohibitive.

“The TNB-9000 represents our highest performing, highest resolution camera to date,” said Ray Cooke, Vice President, Products, Solutions, and Integration at Hanwha Techwin America, in a statement. “The ability to digitally zoom in to any area of an image without losing detail provides a powerful alternative to traditional multi-camera installations.”

The TNB-9000 EF lens mount accommodates any Canon EF mount lenses, allowing for a wide variety of options for focal length and aperture. The TNB-9000 camera view angle can be remotely adjusted, both vertically and horizontally, without reducing pixel density.


Additional features include:

Auto focus for EF lenses
Triple codec support including the H.265 main 10 profile
Built-in fibre connectivity
SFP slot
HDMI output for 1080p adjustment at the camera
PoE+ or 12Vdc.

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