September 2008
Sound & Video Contractor;Sep2008 Buyers Guide Supplement, Vol. 26, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents the capabilities and features of pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) cameras. These are surveillance cameras that combine analog or more commonly digital camera mounted on a motorized control with communication capabilities to a remote-monitoring site. They also have automated or humanly directed control and observation capabilities. The dome that houses the cameras are also heated and cooled internally to protect the electronic components of the cameras and it also has the ability to withstand the elements.


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