Wednesday, December 15, 2010

March Networks Select New Pixim Chip for Low Light Cameras

The CamPX MicroDome is the latest addition to our portfolio of innovative and cost-competitive IP cameras," explains Fabrizio Colciago, chief technology officer for March Networks. "With Pixim's Seawolf chip as the base, we are pleased to deliver the industry's first WDR camera able to produce accurate color in "near-dark" conditions, and expect it to compete aggressively in the market."
"March Networks has selected a chip that is ideal for no-compromise IP cameras," says John Monti, Pixim's vice president of marketing and business development. "Users of this MicroDome in enterprise security applications will benefit from Seawolf's global electronic shutter, progressive scan image capture, and support for full D1 resolution at 30 frames per second."

About Pixim Pixim Inc. has developed unique imaging technology that revolutionizes the way video cameras capture and process images. Unlike traditional image capture technologies, where each pixel cannot adjust to highlights and lowlights in the same scene, Pixim's patented Digital Pixel System® technology empowers hundreds of thousands of pixels to act like individual cameras constantly self-adjusting. This all-digital system enables Pixim-powered cameras to efficiently capture the whole picture, regardless of lighting condition or application - thus securing the highest resolution, natural color and clarity, while automatically eliminating image-compromising visual noise (e.g., glare, reflections). The result is more than superb image quality; it is accurate, actionable information that gives users the strength of certainty.