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Videotec’s DELUX technology is now available in cameras for the marine and oil and gas sectors

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Videotec has extended the range of cameras that include the new DELUX imaging and encoding technology. It can now be found in models designed for surveillance in the marine and oil and gas sectors, and significantly improves the day and night vision and competitiveness of these products.

After recently being integrated into the ULISSE COMPACT PTZ, DELUX technology is now available across the IP, PTZ and fixed cameras of the ex-proof and Marine lines, namely the MAXIMUS MPX, MVX AND NXPTZ. These models are well regarded on the market for their high-performance levels and operational efficiency in extreme environments and where there is a risk of explosion.

DELUX technology brings increased light sensitivity, which means the cameras deliver very high-quality vision day or night, with clear high-definition images and incredibly well-defined colours – even in very low light conditions. The improved precision and image clarity provides immediate added value to outdoor surveillance applications, especially in sensitive areas where the need to identify people, objects, moving vehicles and other events, day or night, is crucial.

In addition to improved colour rendering and greater noise reduction, DELUX technology has brought new advanced PTZ performance, namely in the control of speed proportional to zoom and the management of Privacy Masking. The DELUX technology has been developed end to end by Videotec’s R&D team and this has led to considerable reductions to the costs of these new camera models.

Videotec’s DELUX products are therefore extremely competitive, and are complete high-performance solutions, reinforcing their prominent position in an increasingly demanding and selective international security market.

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