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Pixim Announces inMotion Nightwolf-Powered Cameras

Pixim, a supplier of imaging technology for enterprise security cameras, recently declared the launch of inMotion’s new camera series powered by Pixim Nightwolf.

inMotion in 71 IR-assisted camera powered by pixim nightwolf

The Nightwolf-based inMotion in71 bullet and in21 box CCTV cameras remove hot spots that occur on IR cameras. inMotion’s Nightwolf-powered cameras rely on innovative digital imaging technology, enabling capture of both background and foreground features even in the presence of powerful IR lighting.

The in71 bullet camera favors Up the Coax (UTC) control. All camera and lens settings enable remote configuration. It is safely enclosed and remains sealed from the factory. The protective housing is kept as such during installation, thereby preventing the entry of moisture during commissioning. This is the first Pixim Nightwolf-powered camera to have motorized lens control without any lens back-focus issues that are recurrent with other bullet cameras.

inMotion Nightwolf-powered cameras provide optimized night-mode operation, as well as premium daytime images. The cameras include 690 HTVL effective resolutions and a dynamic range of 120 dB max that enables capturing the overall critical details existing in a scene such as mixed lighting, highlights, and shadows, with superior image quality and color accuracy.

Pixim’s VP of marketing and business development, John Monti says that inMotion has been consistency making efforts to incorporate superior form factors that will result in innovative cameras with maximum quality. Nightwolf–powered inMotion cameras will be of much importance, benefiting the end customers.


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