New Comnav Camera Sees Through Dark & Storm

Press Release
Friday, March 29, 2013

Comnav Marine unveil their new gyro stabilized thermal night vision & low light camera system, the V2.

The company says this next-generation of Thermal & Low Light Camera Systems, the model V2 is a cut above all the rest! A camera that provides owners and captains with peace of mind by delivering precision images in complete darkness, fog, snow, rain & low light conditions.

ComNav Digital Pattern Enhancement (DPE) provides superior high resolution images. A crisp, clean image is projected under any condition even in the wide angle view. The camera distinguishes heat with choice of thermal display modes: black hot, white hot, red hot, fusion or rainbow. Night docking and close proximity maneuvering is made easy and safe when using this type of thermal night vision. This technology takes the guesswork out of a man overboard situation by allowing you to see your crewman in the water even in complete darkness. The V2 Camera saves time by allowing you to get your crewman safely and efficiently back on board. Not only will this save lives but it helps you get your boat back on schedule and back to work.

In extreme conditions the rugged, yet lightweight aluminum construction, which exceeds military standards, will continue to operate in the most challenging environments. This camera’s durable and compact design offers flexible mounting which allows the camera to be mounted either upright or inverted and it will easily interface with computers using USB 2.0. Another impressive feature about the V2 Camera is its capability to interface with onboard computers so that the camera can be controlled remotely over the internet.

The camera offers still picture capture and video recording utilizing a removable storage card. The V2 Thermal provides an easy touch 2x electronic zoom using a proportional control joystick on the keypad. The 360 degree continuous pan and +/-90o tilt provides seamless view coverage.

More details here.

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