Sony SSC-FB530 Analog Color Fixed Camera

Sony SSC-FB530 Analog Color Fixed Camera

Sony SSC-FB530 Analog Color Fixed Camera

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Product Highlights

  • DynaViewSX Technology
  • 1/3-Type Super HAD CCD II Image Sensor
  • 700 TVL Resolution
  • Minimum Illumination - 0.08 lux
  • iBLC & Automatic Tracing White
  • Adaptive DNR Technology
  • Electrical Day/Night Function
  • High-Speed Double Shutter
  • 24 VAC / 12 VDC Operation
  • Compact Design
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Sony SSC-FB530 overview

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The Sony SSC-FB530 Analog Color Fixed Camera features Sony’s DynaViewSX technology that helps capture critical information even in high-contrast scenes as well as deliver clear pictures in ambient lighting. The fixed camera features a 1/3-type Super HAD CCD II image sensor that helps the camera deliver high-quality, detailed images at 700 TVL. A minimum illumination of 0.08 lux at f/1.2 makes this camera suitable for low-light surveillance.

The camera’s iBLC feature automatically compensates for exposure levels in dark light conditions, thereby improving image visibility and ensuring that you get clear images even in challenging lighting environments. To further enhance the clarity of the captured images, the camera uses Adaptive DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) technology that eliminates noise and motion blur.

1/3-type Super HAD CCD II image sensor produces sharp, clear, and detailed images at 700 TVL
Supports minimum illumination of 0.08 lux at f/1.2 for recording footage even in low-light scenarios
Wide Dynamic Range with DynaViewSX Technology to capture high-contrast scenes and produce clear images even under challenging lighting environments
High-speed double shutter ensures that the camera can reproduce images with incredibly wide dynamic ranges
iBLC ensures that you get clear images even when the subject is in front of a bright light source
Supports slow shutter and digital zoom for capturing clear footage
Advanced natural synthesizer minimizes synthesized noise when combining 2 images of different shutter speeds
Electrical day/night switching helps camera to capture images in low-light conditions as well in bright light
Automatic Tracing White Balance adjusts the camera's white balance to adapt to changing light conditions
Adaptive Digital Noise Reduction: 2D-DNR and 3D-DNR integration ensures reduced noise and motion blur in various conditions
Variable gamma curve allows you to adjust the variations in light input to produce a corresponding output in light intensity
AC 24 VDC 12 V operation
Internal line lock
Ideal for monitoring entrances, offices, parking area, subways, lobbies, and stations
In the Box
Sony SSC-FB530 Analog Color Fixed Camera
  • Operating Instructions
  • Menu Instructions
  • Lens Mount Cap
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    Sony SSC-FB530 specs

    Image Device 1/3-type Super HAD CCD II
    Number of Effective Pixel (H*V) 480,000 pixels (976 x 494)
    Signal System NTSC standard
    Horizontal Resolution 700 TVL (sharp mode)
    S/N Ratio More than 55 dB (AGC Off)
    Minimum Illumination Color: 0.08 lux, B&W: 0.05 lux (F/1.2, 50 IRE)
    Color: 0.05 lux, B&W: 0.03 lux (F/1.2, 30 IRE)
    Video Output VBS: 1.0 Vp-p
    Synchronization Internal / AC line lock selectable
    Gain Control Auto (Off, normal, turbo) / manual
    White Balance ATW / ATW-PRO / 3200K / 5600K / Manual
    Lens Type Optional CS mount lens available
    Day/Night Yes (Electrical D/N)
    Noise Reduction Yes (2DNR + 3DNR, weak / normal / strong)
    Back Light Compensation OFF / DynaViewSX / iBLC / SPOT
    Automatic Tone Reproduction Yes (DynaViewSX mode only)
    Power Requirement AC 24 V ±10%, DC 12 V ±10%
    Power Consumption 2.8 W
    Operating Temperature 14 to 122° F (-10 to 50° C)
    Storage Temperature -40 to 140° F (-40 to 60° C)
    Operating Humidity 20 to 80%
    Storage Humidity 20 to 95%
    Dimensions 2.48 x 2.24 x 3.46" (63 x 57 x 88 mm)
    Weight 6.7 oz (190 g)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.1 x 5.4 x 4.8"

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