Our focus is to make darkness totally visible

 

The ultimate 24/7 IP video surveillance cameras just got even better

The inventors of starlight technology take it to the next level. Bosch cameras with starlight technology have become the gold standard in low light video performance. Now we’ve raised the bar even higher to bring you the latest starlight technology with:

  • Improved light sensitivity
  • A wide choice of resolutions
  • Various form factors
  • Dynamic ranges of up to 120 dB
  • Frame rates of up to 60 frames per second
  • Video analytics at the edge as a standard
 
 

The ultimate 24/7 camera

 

The latest sensor technology, combined with sophisticated noise suppression, gives excellent light sensitivity. Starlight cameras reach sensitivity levels down to 0.0077 lux (in color), and down to 0.0008 lux (monochrome). This enables starlight cameras to produce full color images in the dark beyond the point where other cameras have switched to monochrome. Where other cameras fail to show any image at all, starlight cameras are still capable of delivering detailed monochrome images.

 

Video analytics at the edge as a standard

 

Our focus has always been on delivering high quality and relevant images. In addition to the right product, relevancy is something that can only be achieved with video analytics, which is why we believe it should be a standard feature, rather than an option. The latest starlight cameras come with video analytics at the edge as standard, instead of an optional feature requiring no additional investment or license fees from the customer. It makes high quality images even more relevant around the clock by adding sense and structure to your video data. Video analytics enables you to stream only what’s relevant, retrieve evidence quickly and simply and trigger alarms when needed. All of which eliminates the need to process hours of video data, making it easier to manage than ever before.

 

The starlight family

 

Relevant starlight images means more than the latest starlight technology. The form factor of the camera also needs to fit the application if it is to meet your security needs. That’s why you can choose from a wide range of camera forms, from fixed box to fixed or moving dome cameras. There’s even an explosion-proof camera or extremely rugged moving camera for when conditions get tough.

With the highest quality images in a choice of resolutions, there’s a new starlight camera to suit your exact security needs: 720 pixels, 1080 pixels and 5 megapixels

They also offer a superb dynamic range of up to 120 decibels by 1080 pixels. Add to that an incredibly high frame rate of up to 60 frames per second and you can capture fast-moving objects - even in challenging light conditions.

 

The starlight family
Fixed IP box cameras:
DINION IP starlight 6000 HD
HD 720p or 1080p at 60 frames per second, built-in Essential Video Analytics, High Dynamic Range of 120 dB.
DINION IP starlight 7000 HD HD 720p or 1080p at 60 frames per second, built-in Intelligent Video Analytics, High Dynamic Range of 120 dB.
DINION IP starlight 8000 MP 5 megapixel at 30 frames per second, built-in Intelligent Video analytics, Wide Dynamic Range of 121 dB1.
Fixed IP domes:
FLEXIDOME IP starlight 6000 VR
HD 720p or 1080p at 60 frames per second, built-in Essential Video Analytics, vandal resistant housing, High Dynamic Range of 120 dB.
FLEXIDOME IP starlight 7000 VR HD 720p or 1080p at 60 frames per second, built-in Intelligent Video Analytics, vandal resistant housing, High Dynamic Range of 120 dB.
Moving IP cameras (PTZ):
MIC IP starlight 7000 HD
HD 720p at 60 frames per second, Wide Dynamic Range of 90 dB, extremely ruggedized housing to withstand high-impact (IK10), extreme weather conditions (IP68). 30x optical zoom.
AUTODOME IP starlight 7000 HD HD 720p at 60 frames per second, Wide Dynamic Range of 90 dB. 30x optical zoom.
Specialty cameras:
EXTEGRA IP starlight 9000 FX
Explosion proof housing, HD 720p at 60 frames per second, stainless steel version for corrosive environments.

 

1 Including 16 dB when Intelligent Auto Exposure is switched on