Sony Corporation which introduced a new 4k security camera early this month has made it official that its camera has the ability to record events in pitch dark conditions. The new Sony SNC VB770 is a 4K mirrorless camera with E-Mount lens shooting capacity that can grab clear color video at 30 frames per second in pitch darkness.
The SNC VB770 has a full frame 12.2 megapixel photo shooting sensor that’s similar to the one used in the powerful compact 4K mirrorless consumer camera, the Alpha A7S II. Thus, the new security surveillance camera has the ability to capture events in deep dark conditions of just 0.004 lux in 4K resolution.
The powerful 35 mm f/1.4 Zeiss lens on the SNC-VB770 has all the indications of truly being superb at capturing the faces and other details of intruders at night with zoom capacity on top of the camera’s already formidable nocturnal shooting capacities and can be bought separately for about $1,600.
With the lens, users can thus add telephoto capacity to their crystal clear 4K shooting and other lenses for wide angle and other zoom levels are also available for this and other cameras in the Sony family of 4K mirrorless devices.