PTZ Camera or pan-tilt-zoom camera is a security camera where the zoom and direcional rotation can be remotely controlled. This camera has the capability to move up, down, left, right, and zooms. This creates the ability to capture the video desired from all angles and distances with ease and precision. The pan-tilt-zoom feature makes it one of the most advanced security cameras in the surveillance market because it is able to give the user greater area coverage than the typical surveillance camera. Usually, this camera requires a connection to a digital video recorder, DVR, to direct the movement of the camera and film the video footage; however, manual control options are available with the use of a joystick and keyboard.
This camera is a quality surveillance camera that produces excellent image quality and resolution and performs exceptionally on a daily basis. It can capture great images even when the day transitions into night or in harsh lighting when outside sunlight and indoor light overlaps; i.e. ATM units, buildings with windows and/or glass doors.
This camera has several options available to supply what you need in a safety camera. Some of these capabilities include; motion detection with alarm trigger capabilities, image masking to create anonymity, real-time face detection, and more. There are also outdoor and wireless versions available.
All IP Security Solutions (AIPSS), believes in providing the best security systems and products available in the surveillance market today. Therefore, we are pleased to say that all our products are top brand names; such as, Brickcom, Acti, Samsung, and many more. We make sure our customers walk away knowing they have the most dependable, reliable, and quality Pen-Tilt-Zoom camera and video surveillance system available in the security industry.
As your premier provider, AIPSS takes pride in supplying a variety of quality surveillance equipment and providing expert customer service to fulfill all your PTZ camera needs.
Here is a Brickcom PTZ camera in action…notice how the joystick is used to adjusts it’s position