720p/30 fps Rapid Dome camera capable of transmitting both analogue video and HD IP images over your existing analogue coax infrastructure
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The SNC-ZR550 Network Rapid Dome camera features IPELA Hybrid – Sony's IP over-coax technology – allowing customers to migrate easily to HD IP video surveillance systems, utilising existing analogue infrastructure, such as cables, power supplies, switchers, controllers and monitors, thus minimising investment in new infrastructure. IPELA Hybrid offers a cost effective and environmentally friendly installation.

The SNC-ZR550 offers Dual Streaming, which can feature any combination of three industry-standard compression formats – JPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 – meaning that the camera uses the best compression format for every kind of data. The camera also offers an auto-focus zoom lens, 360 degrees endless rotation, 1280x720 maximum HD resolution, as well as the 1/4 type "Exmor" CMOS sensor for high image quality and low noise.


Dual streaming with any combination of industry-standard codecs

The SNC-ZR550 supports dual streaming with any combination of three industry-standard compression formats – JPEG, the best choice for high-quality still images, MPEG-4, the format that provides clear moving images efficiently over limited-bandwidth networks, and H.264, the alternative for severely limited-bandwidth networks, providing twice the efficiency of MPEG-4. This means that the camera can use the best compression format for every kind of data.

Exmor® CMOS® Sensor yields improved image acquisition

Derived from Sony's broadcast product range, the "Exmor" CMOS sensor is one of the highest quality available, meaning high resolution images with low noise characteristics for improved image acquisition.

Powerful 28x optical zoom capability for enhanced tracking

The SNC-ZR550's 28x optical zoom delivers greater flexibility in finding and tracking targets.

Day/Night function for optimised images in all light conditions

The Day/Night function switches the camera between Day (colour) and Night (B/W) modes, so that in Night mode the camera becomes sensitive to near-IR light and can reproduce images not visible to the naked eye.