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When the camera is installed on the ceiling, the entire area under the camera is displayed as two 180° panoramic images. When the camera is installed on a wall, the 180° area in front of the camera is displayed as a panoramic image. Blind spots that occur at the left and right sides of the image when using a 104° horizontal wide-angle camera are captured clearly.
Images in all four directions from the camera installation location are displayed on one screen. You can click on areas within images that you want to see, display a 360° fisheye image at the side of the display, and move to positions that you want to see simply by clicking.
Displays one quad VGA size (1280 x 960 dot) image. You change the display area by clicking the area you want to see in the image. Displays full 360° fisheye images, enabling monitoring without blind spots. Shooting in all directions means that the path of everyone walking beneath the camera can be monitored. Images captured by the fisheye lens are converted to display images for each of the modes using correction on the camera unit. This reduces the burden placed on the monitoring PC or recorder and enables smoother image monitoring. The camera is equipped with distortion correction to enable a more natural display of wide angle images.
The mega super dynamic function corrects illumination difference in images, making it easier to see objects in more natural conditions when monitoring and recording. Sections within the capture area that you do not want to capture or that must not be captured can be masked. The mask is applied to the camera so that the masked area does not appear on the monitoring screen, and is also not recorded in the data stored on the recorder, etc.