Hikvision’s PanoVu Series Cameras Offer Multi-Sensor Panoramic Solutions for Vast Coverage Applications

September 3, 2020

Hikvision HikWire blog article PanoVu Series

Hikvision’s PanoVu panoramic network cameras offer a great solution—one camera that provides panoramic wide area coverage. This camera series can effectively monitor large areas such as public plazas, arenas, stadiums, parking lots, and busy traffic intersections.

Traditionally large coverage areas require more than one camera in order to provide panoramic imagery and to provide zoomed-in, detailed views. Typical coverage for 360-degree panoramic video applications often requires the installation of four cameras or a fisheye camera.

Hikvision’s PanoVu flexible cameras can replace four standard cameras, providing an optimum solution for wide area coverage. And, these cameras provide ease of installation and cost savings using a single mounting with one Ethernet cable. Hikvision PanoVu represents a significant upgrade over a fisheye camera, which has several limitations. 

Additional PanoVu features include:

  • Single camera with four channels
  • Motorized zoom for details
  • Easy installation and configuration
  • Save on installation costs
  • All-in-one solution

Check out Hikvision’s PanoVu product page to learn more.

IMPORTANT! This model requires non-standard firmware. Do Not Install standard firmware (e.g. v.4.1.xx) on this model. Doing so will permanently damage your system. You must use custom firmware v.4.1.25 from the iDS-9632NXI-I8/16S product page.

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