TF-SDCAM : Analog Camera

TF-SDCAM : Analog Camera



  • 1/3” Sony 960H Double Scan Super HAD CCDII
  • Horizontal resolution of over 800 TV-Line
  • Auto Scene Recognition and Scene Select function
  • Super Wide Dynamic Range(WDR+ ATR-EX2)
  • Coaxial communication
  • 2D & 3D noise reduction
  • IR-Optimizer
  • Motion detection (Frame rate link)
  • Polygon privacy mask
  • HLC (High Light Compensation)
  • E-Zoom (256x)
  • Defog (Auto)
  • DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer)
  • DSS (Digital Slow Shutter)
  • IP67 Weatherproof
  • 12VDC
  • Overview:

    The TF-SDCAM is the best solution for capturing standard defintion images from a small lipstick (barrell) style camera on the market. With internal silicone potting to pervent vibrations from reaching the camera sensor, the TF-SDCAM is an ideal solution for harsh environment applications typically found in aviation, motor sports, marine and military sectors. 

  • Image Quality

    The TF-SDCAM offers the best analog imaging sensor available on the market, with a resolution of greater than 800TVL using a coaxial connection. The 1/3" Sony 960H Double Scan Super HAD CCDII imaging sensor is capable of outputting high quality images in standard definition with over 500k effective pixels. Both NTSC and PAL versions are available.

  • Digital Image Stabilization

    The TF-SDCAM offers Digital Image Stabilization (DIS) which significantally reduces external vibrations from reaching the camera sensor allowing for a sharper image. When this feature is turned on, the output image will reduce image distortion, image blur and shutter noise. This feature allows external mounting in heavy vibration areas such as tail boom, wing strut, helicopter landing rails, etc. 

  • Image Processing Features:

    The TF-SDCAM features a wide variety of image processing attributes which come standard with the camera. Some of the many features include different Exposure modes, Backlight adjustment, DNR settings, Lens Shading, Dynamic Zoom, Image Mirror and/or Flip, Privacy and Motion Sensing, Image Sharpness, Day & Night Settings, Image Defogging, Gamma Adjustments, Dynamic Image Stabilization (DIS), IR Optimizer, etc.

  • Global Shutter vs Rolling Shutter

    For those who are not familiar, “rolling shutter” is a technical term referring to the way the image sensor scans the image. If the sensor employs a rolling shutter, this means the image is scanned sequentially, from one side of the sensor (usually the top) to the other, line by line. In contrast to that, “global shutter” is the technical term referring to sensors that scan the entire area of the image simultaneously.

  • Lens Options:

    2.9mm Lens = 120° Field of View (H)

    3.6mm Lens = 92° Field of View (H) – Standard

    4.3mm Lens = 78° Field of View (H)

    6.0mm Lens = 54° Field of View

    8.0mm Lens = 39° Field of View (H)

    12.0mm Lens = 25° Field of View


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