OpenEye Continues to Expand Analytics-Enabled Camera Lineup

OpenEye Continues to Expand Analytics-Enabled Camera Lineup

OpenEye has released three additional analytics-enabled cameras equipped with person, vehicle and line-crossing analytics. Features include adaptive IR and true wide-dynamic range (WDR). The IK10 and IP67-rated housing and large size make them well suited for installation in high-traffic areas to provide a strong visual deterrent without concern for inclement weather or vandalism.

  • 8MP Outdoor IP Bullet Camera —The OE-C2012B8-S is an 8-megapixel outdoor bullet camera equipped with a 2.8~12 mm varifocal, autofocus zoom lens.  Watch video.
  • 8MP Outdoor IP Turret Camera —The OE-C3012T8-S is an 8-megapixel outdoor IP turret camera equipped with a 2.8 mm~12 mm varifocal, autofocus zoom lens.  Watch video.
  • 4MP Outdoor IP Dome Camera —The OE-C3212D4-S is a 4-megapixel, full-size IP dome camera equipped with a 2.7~13.5 mm varifocal, autofocus zoom lens. It replaces OE-C3014D4. Watch video.


Person and vehicle detection

Person and vehicle analytic detection provides more accurate motion and analytical alerts to reduce false positives and create more actionable data.

Improved detail in low light

Adaptive IR illuminates a scene using invisible infrared light, even when no or low visible light is present. IR output is adjusted when an object is close to the camera, so it does not become washed out but retains detail and clarity.

True WDR

The true WDR function takes scenes with high-contrast lighting and balances those highs and lows to produce an image with improved detail across all areas of the picture.

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