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    Samsung’s New Day & Night Color Camera
Employs New Super Noise Reduction Technology
Secaucus, NJ, June 21, 2004 – Samsung’s new SDN-500 color camera provides remarkable clear images in day and night conditions. The secret is its new Samsung Super Noise Reduction (SSNR) technology.

“SSNR is a great improvement in color camera design because it reduces random and fixed noise under low illumination and produces a higher signal to noise ratio with no ghost effect. In plain language this means one camera provides exceptional color images with remarkable sharpness, contrast and brightness, in daylight and at night, even under very low light conditions.” notes National Sales Manager Frank Polidoro.

Smaller Image Files Mean More Storage Capacity

The SDN-500 also offers a lot more surveillance recording for the same memory storage capacity: As sharp and detailed as its images are, the files are smaller than with older camera technology. The result: DVR recording capacity is increased dramatically under low illumination. Recorded file size is reduced by 70 percent when using MPEG format, and 40 percent when using JPEG format, according to Polidoro.

The new camera has a horizontal resolution of 480 TV lines and a minimum illumination of 0.3 Lux at F1.2.

Additional Features

• 1/3” Sony Super HAD CCD with 410,000 pixels
• Day & night function
• Powerful backlight compensation
• Motion detection
• Built-in AGC
• Selective electronic shutter control (Video/DC/ESC)
• Dual operating voltage - 24VAC and 12VDC
• Approval: UL, FCC, CE

Samsung Camera is a leading provider of cameras, lenses, switchers, multiplexers, quads, time lapse VCRs, monitors, DVRs, Web cameras, and accessories.
For more information contact:

Frank Polidoro
1-800-762-7746ext. 507
Samsung Opto-Electronics America, Inc. - CCTV
40 Seaview Drive
Secaucus, NJ07094, USA

Jess Gregory
973-503-1919 ext. 102
Vamcom Advertising
PO Box 729
Chester, NJ07930

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