Product News: Computer Hardware & Peripherals
Video Stabilization Module supports Sony block cameras.
Press Release Summary:
February 12, 2013 - Available for Sony's FCB-EX and FCB-EX-E Series standard definition block cameras, Model ILS-5000-SD™ corrects for unwanted vertical, horizontal, and rotational motion across wide range of shake frequencies, optimizing video quality in law enforcement, surveillance, intelligent traffic systems, border protection, robotics, and unmanned vehicles. Video stabilization interface board supports Sony's VISCA® camera control protocol, providing seamless interface for both video and stabilization control.
Original Press Release
SRI International Introduces Video Stabilization Module for Sony Block Cameras
Press release date: February 5, 2013
The ILS-5000-SD improves the clarity of video by counteracting the effects of camera shake and vibration. Camera motion caused by moving vehicles or platforms and long-range zoom can make video images hard to interpret, trigger false alarms, reduce storage capacity, and decrease available transmission bandwidth. At a price less than the typical block camera, the ILS-5000-SD corrects for unwanted vertical, horizontal, and rotational motion across a wide range of shake frequencies. It also improves overall camera system performance.
"SRI stabilization technology is already being used in high-end military and surveillance applications," said Mark Clifton, vice president, SRI Products and Services division. "The ILS-5000-SD now brings this powerful capability to a far broader range of industries and applications."
Designed for easy integration, the ILS-5000-SD stabilizer supports Sony's VISCA camera control protocol, providing a seamless interface for both video and stabilization control. It also matches the profile of Sony block cameras, making the module ideal for new and existing systems.
More information: www.sri.com/ils-5000-sd.
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