Posts Tagged ‘Predator camera’

White light Predator camera proves the future is getting brighter

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

The white light Predator camera was always a very clever idea. The ultimate electronic deterrent package combines great design with a powerful camera that has a 28:1 zoom lens and two light sources. IR for covert night time observation and a switchable white light LED arrangement to deter criminals by employing a Search light effect… Continue reading

CCTV BLOGS from the last year.

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

CCTV Blogs  from the integrated CCTV team.……. Well its been a good year for innovation and advancement in the world of CCTV and here at Integrated CCTV we have been lucky enough to be able to tell you all about it. From advanced analytics to Thermal CCTV cameras we have covered it all here.

So for those who have missed some of our best… Continue reading

Thermal CCTV – trust us, THE next big thing!

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Thermal CCTV is here! Much has been discussed about it  in our Industry…….but what is it really all about and how does it help?

Thermal CCTV

Imagine an environment where normal cameras are really unlikely to pick up meaningful information – maybe a harbour or port where water, at night, is just a black wobbly… Continue reading

Predator camera gets the Thermal treatment!

Friday, September 17th, 2010

We saw recently that Bosch had launched a new camera……looks like the Brits are also busy creating new innovative products!

The clever folks up at 360 Vision Technology have gone and launched a Thermal version of their Predator product to complement their excellent range of IR and IP based PTZ Camera products.

Not only have they put the superb FLIR Tau module (complete with unto 35mm lens promising… Continue reading

CCTV lighting

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

CCTV lighting.

Often overlooked but a crucial part of any CCTV system, lighting is key to good pictures when you really need them. CCTV cameras have improved dramatically over the last few years and dual chip technology has meant that night vision from CCTV cameras is now acceptable most of the time, but in many cases it is only when images are really needed that end-users realize that… Continue reading