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Haloview added a whole new dimension to the wireless backup camera system - Full Color Night Vision.
Night-King Camera was made for low light or starlight. This backup camera adds a Sony Starvis sensor -- our best sensor yet, it takes your night vision one step further with full color images in low-light conditions.
Sony STARVIS Technology
The STARVIS is back-illuminated pixel technology used in CMOS image sensors for Sony cameras. It features a sensitivity of 2000 mV or more per 1 µm2 (color product, when imaging with a 706 cd/m2 light source, F5.6 in 1 s accumulation equivalent). This allows the Sony Starvis chipset provides excellent picture quality for both day-time and exceptional quality for night time.
A Difference Maker
With most standard infrared backup cameras, there is an automatic shift from full color to black and white video when lighting conditions drop at night. Night-King Camera with Full Color Night Vision, however, contain especially powerful image sensors that are more sensitive to light. This allows the sensor to absorb more visible light, so the camera will continue to provide color in low-light conditions.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
WDR is the acronym for Wide Dynamic Range. It is a technology that some video cameras have and that serves to compensate for problems with exposure to light. When part of an image is extremely dark but another part is so bright you can’t see any details, that’s dynamic range—the difference in lighting. Night-King Camera comes with Wide Dynamic Range that allows them to balance that lighting for one clear image, it is great for tricky lighting situations.
Night Vision Fill Lights
Night-King camera comes with 6 white night vision fill lights. The fill lights will automatically turn on to maximum optimize the night vision when the smart sensor detects that the ambient light is extremely low. The camera night vision fill lights can be activated/deactivated by monitor.
The old metal plate MP01 we configured in the Handy camera kit may cause the camera to fall off. Recently, Haloview changed the way of using MP01 (MP01 has been discontinued).
The new way of using MP01 as follows:
When using the newer metal plate MP02, here are some hints:
Otherwise, Haloview won't bear the responsibility ultimately.
|Resolution||1280 x 720|
|Image Device||1/2" Sony STARVIS CMOS Sensor|
|Transmision Distance(barrier free)||300m(984ft)|
|Night Vision Distance||8~10m (26~32ft)|
|Dimension||79mm(W) X 92.4mm(H) X 58mm(D)|