Bosch Flexidome Starlight Ip 6000 Vr 720p Hybrid Surface Dome Network Security Camera With 3 To 9mm Varifocal Lens

MSRP:$1,429

Bosch Flexidome Starlight Ip 6000 Vr 720p Hybrid Surface Dome Network Security Camera With 3 To 9mm Varifocal Lens
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Bosch Flexidome Starlight Ip 6000 Vr 720p Hybrid Surface Dome Network Security Camera With 3 To 9mm Varifocal Lens

MFG. PART: NIN-63013-A3S UPC: 800549805735
SHIP WEIGHT: 3.97 LBS.
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  • Bosch Flexidome Starlight Ip 6000 Vr 720p Hybrid Surface Dome Network Security Camera With 3 To 9mm Varifocal Lens
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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MSRP: $1,429 $1,288 CAD

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The FLEXIDOME IP Starlight 6000 VR 1080p Network In-Ceiling Dome Camera from Bosch captures 1080p HD images at 60 fps. The camera offers IP video and simultaneously outputs analog video via an SMB connector. This hybrid functionality offers an easy migration path from an analog CCTV to an IP-based system. The camera features a mechanical filter that allows it to capture images in mono with illumination as low as 0.0011 lux and in color up to 0.0075 lux. The filter can be switched remotely, or automatically via a light level sensor or contact input.

CBIT (Content Based Imaging Technology) is used to improve image quality in all lighting conditions and identify areas for enhanced processing. The camera examines the scene using Essential Video Analytics and provides feedback to re-tune image processing. This provides better detail in the areas that matter and better all-round performance. Essential Video Analytics technology, for example, allows you to view moving objects in bright and dark areas of a scene.

The built-in video analysis reinforces the Intelligence-at-the-Edge concept and now delivers even more powerful features. Essential Video Analytics is suitable for use in controlled environments with limited detection ranges. The system detects, tracks, and analyzes objects, and alerts you when predefined alarms are triggered. A smart set of alarm rules reduces false alarms. Metadata is attached to your video to add sense and structure. This enables you to quickly retrieve the relevant images from hours of stored video. Metadata can also be used to deliver forensic evidence and to optimize business processes based on people counting or crowd density information. Just enter the height of the camera and the internal gyro/accelerometer sensor provides the rest of the information to precisely calibrate the video analytics.

The camera uses Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction which actively analyzes the contents of a scene and reduces noise artifacts accordingly, reducing bandwidth and storage by up to 50% compared to other H.264 cameras.

Area-based encoding is another feature which reduces bandwidth. Compression parameters for up to eight user-definable regions can be set. This allows uninteresting regions to be highly compressed, leaving more bandwidth for important parts of the scene.

The innovative multi-streaming feature delivers various H.264 streams together with an MJPEG stream. These streams facilitate bandwidth-efficient viewing and recording as well as integration with third-party video management systems. Depending on the resolution and frame rate selected for the first stream, the second stream provides a copy of the first stream or a lower resolution stream. The third stream uses the I-frames of the first stream for recording; the fourth stream shows a JPEG image at a maximum of 10 Mbit/s.
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