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Sony MPEG-4 network video camera acts as IP surveillance tool

Sony of Canada Ltd. today introduced the SNC-RZ25N, a pan-tilt-zoom camera that enables remote viewing and video ca...


October 4, 2004  


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Sony of Canada Ltd. today introduced the SNC-RZ25N, a pan-tilt-zoom camera that enables remote viewing and video capture over existing IP (Internet Protocol) networks.

The camera provides support for various networking protocols, including TCP/IP, DHCP, FTP (File Transfer Protocol), SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), SMTP (Simple Messaging Transport Protocol) and an RS-232C port. It also has a compact flash slot for wireless networking or for the storage of additional images.

Network features include Adaptive Rate Control to control Quality of Service (QoS) over IP.

A built-in motion detector enables the camera to sense alarm events and can be programmed to trigger alerts. It can also attach and send the image captured during the alarm as an e-mail to a specified address.

The suggested list price is $1,668.