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GKB provides Sparkle Series cameras with ultra high resolution

Press release [Monday 25 February 2013]

GKB, a leading security solutions provider, recently announced its new solution, Sparkle Series cameras, offering 700 TV lines clear image. Equipped with SONY Super HAD CCD II, Sparkle Series cameras bring clear, crispy resolution/image, and beautiful color purity. Ultra high 700 TV lines represent high S/N ratio and high color reproduction, and deliver excellent night time image especially.


-Real 700 TV lines high horizontal resolutions: Ultra high 700 TV lines resolution provides accurate color and clear picture quality for surveillance.
-DWDR (Digital Wide Dynamic Range): DWDR improves the contrast between low and high lighting areas, and presents a clear image even under very strong contrast environment.
-Low Lux: With minimal amount of light, GKB's cameras could still pick up the details. Greatly decreases the security risk by hiding in dark environment to escape detection.
-Dynamic Noise Reduction (2D-NR): Embedded with 2DNR technology, produces extremely clear picture quality even under low-light condition for 24/7 surveillance.
-BLC (Backlight Compensation): BLC helps the camera cut off strong light to capture distinct picture.

GKB Sparkle Series cameras family:

GKB 2717 Analog Cemera
GKB 3817 Analog Cemera
GKB 4217 Analog Cemera
GKB 8617 Analog Cemera
GKB 1317 Analog Cemera
GKB 6017 Analog Cemera

Find more information on this and other GKB products by visiting http://www.gkbsecurity.com/

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