Innovations (by field)
Innovations (by product type)
The sales and distribution of all security lens products will be discontinued on March 31st, 2019 excluding Chinese Market.
As this might cause inconvenience on your side, we would like to ask for your understanding. Thank you for your continued support and interest to Ricoh products.
Note) Date of discontinuation for Chinese Market will be determined separately as exception.
Winner of “Best in Video Device” category at ISC West 2010!
Winner of “Best in Public Safety Solutions” category at ISC West 2011!
Vision blurred by sandstorm
Whitened scenery in snowfall
Early morning backlight subject
Before heat haze processing
Before Image stabilisation
After Image stabilisation
Zoom, focus, autofocus, and the PAIR system are controllable by computer via an RS-232C, RS-422, RS-485 interface. The on-board algorithm reduces all image interferences, for capturing a clearer, more natural picture. All PAIR functions are controlled remotely from a PC. Instant switching between pre-processed and post-processed images is possible at the click of a button.
The reduction system which utilizes a penetration effect from near infrared light is effective for fog. Interference from solid particles however cannot be penetrated with near infrared light. Also, for color reproduction, as near infrared light can only obtain black and white images, green objects (trees and grass, etc.) will be expressed as white.
This kind of thing does not occur.
The on-board algorithm reduces all image interference, in order to capture a clearer, more natural picture. Also, all PAIR functions are controllable by computer.
Zoom, focus, one-shot AF, etc. and the PAIR system are controllable by computer via an RS-232C, RS-422, and RS-485 interface. By changing the PAIR image parameters, edge emphasis, contrast emphasis, and color tone adjustment is possible. Also, switching between pre-processed and post-processed images is possible in real time.
*Illustration to the right shows an example of the operation screen