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Published on: 04/03/2019

Last Reply on: 05/30/2019


Category: Image Sensors


Technology: Vision

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Good morning, I am carrying out experiments on fish behaviour and for that I need to be filming the trials. In the past I have used CCTV cameras (one at each side of the tank where the fish are) and even though the quality is good, I require a single camera with a wide range to capture the whole tank from above. I have also tried a GoPro 3 hero, and the range is good, yet the image quality is not the best under the low light conditions of the room and I can't spot the fish when watching the videos. The room is illuminated mainly with red lamps. I would like your opinion on this - which type of camera I should be looking for and preferably with a software that allows controlling the camera through a computer/tablet. The tank is 7 metres in length and the ceiling above it around 3 metres high. Thank you!

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Hello Luisa, check out our web site at www.norpix.com, one of our reseller in the UK can help you find the right camera and he can quote you our Streampix recording DVR.

Luc Nocente from NorPix, Inc. | 05/30/2019

ln@norpix.com