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a compact and discrete camera for general purpose surveillance, both indoors and outdoors with night vision up to 20 metres
Probably our most popular camera, Bullet Cameras are tube shaped cameras, typically similar in dimension to a soft drink can. The smaller units are discrete but powerful, offering HD quality video. Infra red LEDs (light emitting diodes) give the cameras the ability to "see in the dark" for distances up to 20 metres.
Vision bullet cameras include the popular 720p and 1080p small form factor camera (pictured above) which is ideal for general security and observation requirements.
A 1080p camera with a viari-focal lens is also available. When coupled with analytical VMS solutions, these cameras are ideal for number plate and facial recognition requirements or for covering greater distances with high quality imaging.
All vision bullet cameras are IP66 weather and dust resistant, are built with solid metal bodies and can be mounted either indoors or outdoors. For outdoor mounting we recommend an undercover positon to both protect the camera and prevent the field of vision being obscured by water on the lens.
Coupled with a network video recorder or video management software, the Vision bullet camera range provides reliable day and night high quality, digital security video in an energy friendly unit.
Bluefly Vision consultants can help match your video needs against our wide camera solution range and design a system which works for you.
a ceiling mounted, compact and discrete camera for general purpose surveillance with night vision up to 20 metres.
Dome cameras are probably the most popular security camera form factor. They can be found in all manner of locations from shopping malls to business offices. They are so named because of their dome shape. Their popularity arises from their fashionable design and their ability to blend in well with surroundings. It is often difficult for the casual observer to determine which way the lens is pointing and so this can act as a deterrent against opportunistic misbehaviour.
Vision dome cameras are available in two sizes with the smaller/mini units (pictured above) being the most popular. They are discrete but powerful, offering HD quality video. Infra red LEDs (light emitting diodes) give the cameras the ability to "see in the dark" for distances up to 20 metres.
Vision dome cameras are best suited to indoor use but can be mounted in protected outdoor locations. They are not suited to locations where they will be exposed to water or excessive dust. The mini-dome is constructed from a solid metal body with a plastic dome and is rated as vandal proof.
Being ceiling mounted, dome cameras are generally secure from casual vandalism and field of vision obstruction. The lens can be angled to capture a wide or targeted viewing area.
Coupled with a network video recorder or video management software, the Vision dome camera range provides reliable day and night high quality, digital security video in an energy friendly unit.
Bluefly consultants can help match your video needs against our wide camera solution range and design a system which works for you.
a customised computer with high capacity storage and specialised video management software
An IP video server utilises a customised, high performance computer and Video Management Software (VMS) to record, replay and analyse camera video streams. A VMS based system is typically more sophisticated than a standard network video recorder system. Key benefits of a VMS system include:
more flexibility and greater customisation options
non-proprietary support for cameras, particularly those which confirm to ONVIF standards
support for a greater number of connected cameras
more frequent upgrades which incorporate new features or fix software bugs
matched with a mobile app for remote viewing of live and recorded video
The number of cameras that can be supported by a VMS is directly related to the specifications of the VMS server. Video streaming, particularly high definition, uses more CPU capacity while storage requirements also increase.
There are a variety of VMS solutions available on the market, each priced according to the sophistication of features incorporated in the software. A VMS will do everything that a NVR solution will do. However, a VMS solution will also facilitate advanced functions such as video analytics and can be configured to automate alerts or other actions based on activity in the camera's field of vision.
A VMS is useful in scenarios such as larger offices, building entrance points, parking lots, situations requiring frequent review of captured video, areas with frequent activity or motion and where analytics or remote viewing is required.