The first zoom block cameras were introduced to the market in the early 2000s. They brought a significant transformation to the imaging industry and...
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of two new autofocus zoom block cameras. These new Videology Zoom Block cameras have 55x and 30x optical zooming, both with LVDS output. Equipped with high-resolution lenses and fast autofocus speeds, Videology Zoom Block cameras generate high-quality images even in low-light environments.
30x Zoom Block Camera
55x Zoom Block Camera
|1/2" Sony Exmor CMOS
|1/2.8” IMX335 Sony STARVIS CMOS
|Optical 30x, Digital 32x
|Optical 55x, Digital 32x
|Min. Illumination (1/30s)
|0.15 lux (Color)0.01 lux (B&W)
|0.02 lux (Color)0.002 lux (B&W)
|Lens Focal Length
|6mm ~ 180mm
|4.25mm ~ 234mm
|F1.5 (Wide) ~ F4.3 (Tele)
|F1.6 (Wide) ~ F4.95 (Tele)
|LVDS, EX-SDI, CVBS
|VISCA, PELCO-D, PELCO-P, UTC
|VISCA, PELCO-D, PELCO-P
|Digital Noise Reduction
|Digital Slow Shutter(DSS)
|55.6mm x 64mm x 124mm (2.19"x2.52"x4.88")
|54mm x 64mm x 101mm (2.13"x2.52"x3.98")
|-10° to 50° C (14° to 140° F)
|Control Board (optional)
Are you looking for more technical speciations? You can download the datasheets here:
Raising the bar for high-quality imaging
High-quality imaging requires a combination of features that work together to produce clear, detailed, and accurate images. By selecting the Videology Zoom Block camera with these features, you can ensure that your images meet your expectations and deliver the desired results.
Optical Zoom + Digital Zoom
Combined optical and digital zooming capability provides sharp and clear images even at high zoom ratios.
- Image Stabilization
Digital image stabilization (also called electronic image stabilization (EIS)) reduces image blurring through a correction effect. Notably useful when zooming ratios are maximized, as cameras become more sensitive even to the slightest motion.
- Noise Reduction
Digital noise reduction filters noise from the image providing clearer images, especially in low-light conditions.
- Digital Slow Shutter (DSS)
When turned on, this function increases sensitivity by increasing exposure times and permits shooting clear images where illumination is very low.
- Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Ideal for situations with a variety of changing lighting conditions such as backlight, variable ambient illumination, or high-contrast environments.
- Intelligent Motion Detection
This function triggers alerts when motion is detected in designated areas.
- Progressive Scan
Enhances and reduces interlacing artifacts when viewing details in a moving image as such in ANPR/LPR applications.
- Easy Set Up
Settings of the zoom block camera can be implemented using the OSD control board (optional).
A wide range of applications
As already mentioned in our "Past, Present and Future of Videology Zoom Block Cameras" blog post, Videology Zoom Block cameras offer fast autofocusing and optical zoom functions. Their compact form shielded with anodized aluminum chassis around makes them an ideal camera choice to be embedded into a wide variety of applications.
Do you need a reliable camera in a block? Let us know about your application in the comments below.
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