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RaymarineMarine Cameras from Raymarine : Raymarine, Inc., a world leader in marine electronics, announced at the Miami International Boat Show its new CAM50 Color Dome Camera, the perfect indoor complement to Raymarine's CAM100 Day and Night camera. With its low profile wall or ceiling mount, the petite black dome-shaped camera is the ideal choice for monitoring indoor and enclosed areas, such as a boat's wheelhouse, salon or engine room. Similar to the CAM100, the CAM50 is a plug-and-play device that is compatible with Raymarine's E-Series High Definition Multifunction Displays and G-Series MarineMonitors, enabling boaters to view the camera's output in a full screen or alongside their radar, chartplotter, and fishfinder.
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Additionally, up to four cameras can be connected to construct a total view of the vessel and its surroundings, allowing boaters to build a robust video observation system that can monitor activity taking place anywhere on the boat. "The CAM50's sleek and unobtrusive design allows boat owners to monitor activity below deck without compromising the boat's decor," said Terry Carlson, president of Raymarine. "Many of our customers invest a substantial amount of time and money to achieve a desired look, and we're happy to provide them with products that offer the latest safety technology with minimal impact to their design."

CAM100 Day and Night camera
In addition to the new CAM50, Raymarine has introduced new reverse image variants of the both the CAM50 and CAM100 cameras. Designed for use as aft- deck monitoring and backup cameras, these new models keep images on the correct side of the screen versus flipping them from left to right as is done with a normal camera. The new reverse image cameras are ideal for monitoring blind spots, decks, engine rooms, salons and crew members.

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The CAM50's features include excellent color reproduction, high quality Sony CCD (380 TVL), manual pan and tilt adjustments and a highly sensitive IR sensor for use in low light conditions. The technology is available in NTSC and PAL video output versions, offering extremely high resolution.

About Raymarine
Raymarine, a world leader in marine electronics, develops and manufactures the most comprehensive range of electronic equipment for the recreational boating and light commercial marine markets. Designed for high performance and ease of use, the award-winning products are available through a global network of dealers and distributors. The Raymarine product lines include radar, navigation aids, instruments, fishfinders, communications, software and systems.





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