The camera’s high-speed 360-degree endless panning capability is ideal for covering wide areas quickly.
With a 15° tilt-up and total tilt range of 210°, the SNC-ER521 is ideal for environments such as multi-storey car parks, shopping centres and transport terminals.
Easily find and track targets with powerful 36x optical zoom. Combined with 12x digital zoom it provides an impressive total zoom ratio of 432x.
Pick the video compression format that’s appropriate for your application needs and network resources. JPEG is the best choice for capturing high-quality still images; MPEG-4 or H.264 provide clear video images over limited-bandwidth networks. Dual streaming allows two video streams to be sent independently – ideal for viewing live video while recording simultaneously onto a server.
True Day/Night function switches the camera between Day (colour) and Night (B/W) modes, boosting sensitivity to near-IR light to see images in conditions of near-darkness.
DynaView with Wide-D technology expands video dynamic range, improving visibility of images in scenes with high or poor contrast.
Sony’s DEPA (Distributed Enhanced Processing Architecture) technology also transmits metadata – like object size and position – to a DEPA-enabled recorder. Image processing is performed by the camera, reducing the load on the recorder compared with conventional analytic systems.
High Power over Ethernet (HPoE – IEEE802.3at) uses the same network cable for camera powering and data transfer, reducing physical infrastructure costs and allowing simpler, more rapid installation.
Images can be recorded directly to an optional SD memory card for fail-safe data backup.
Securely access the camera using a smartphone or tablet (Android or iOS) to view images remotely and control pan, tilt, and zoom functions. You don’t even need to download a special app.
The SNC-ER521 conforms to ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) Profile S, the widely-accepted protocol for information exchange between network video devices. This gives extra confidence in the camera’s breadth of compatibility with other devices.