April 02, 2013, Commack, NY - Computar announced the release of their new 5 Megapixel Security Lens lineup today to be previewed at the upcoming ISC West in Las Vegas.
Until now, megapixel lenses have frequently failed to achieve the same resolution of multi-megapixel IP cameras, making them the weakest link in the system and limiting detail on digital zoom playback. Computar has set a new standard by introducing a series of 5MP IR varifocal and monofocal lenses specifically designed for the surveillance market. Unlike some 5MP lenses that are optimized for close up applications, Computar’s new lineup displays maximum resolution and picture quality at longer focus distances typically used for security.
The first lens to be released, the E3Z4518CS-MPIR is a 5 Megapixel, 1/1.8" 4.5-13.2mm F1.8 Varifocal, HD Series, Manual (CS Mount) Day/Night IR.
The complete line of new and soon to be released lenses can be viewed on our 5.0 Megapixel Series page.
Stop by booth 22087 ISC West in Las Vegas to see Computar’s new total megapixel solutions for ultra-high resolution applications.
Computar lenses have set the world standard through pioneering design, manufacture and global sales. Computar lenses were introduced in the USA during the mid-1970s and have continued to meet security challenges globally for more than 30 years. Security professionals with high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries choose Computar for state of the art technology, quality and reliability. With millions of installations worldwide, there is a Computar lens for virtually every application. With USA locations in NY and CA, Computar is able to meet the needs of the North, South & Central American markets.