Panasonic Unveils Panoramic 4K Ultra 360 Cameras With Fish-Eye Lens

Panasonic’s latest security cameras are based on its new 12-megapixel sensor and 4K Ultra HD engine technologies.

The next generation of surveillance cameras are here. Helping to usher in this new era of video products is the electronics manufacturer Panasonic and its Newark, N.J.-based Systems Communications Company of North America division.

Panasonic’s new i-PRO Ultra 360 Panoramic indoor camera and its IP66-rated outdoor 360-degree camera are said to be the first within a line of products that utilize the company’s 12-megapixel (MP) sensor and 4K Ultra HD engine technologies. 

According to the company, the cameras produce 9MP (3K x 3K) images at 15fps, 4MP images at 30fps, and the cameras’ 12MP image sensors deliver high sensitivity at less than 0.4 lux for sharp color and black and white images. 

Other features include camera display modes such as Fish-Eye, Single Panorama, Double Panorama, Single PTZ, Quad PTZ and Quad Stream, and through the inclusion of Panasonic’s Super Chroma Compensation (SCC) and Auto Back Focus (ABF) features, the cameras are able to maintain color fidelity and clarity in day or night conditions.

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