TrueLook offers new 20 megapixel camera for construction jobsites

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TrueLook is now offering a 20-megapixel camera system to construction companies across the U.S. and Canada. With this new technology, these companies will now be able to monitor construction jobsites for security, progress reporting and compliance with larger, sharper images and improved digital zoom capabilities. TrueLook’s 20-MP camera is the first and only DSLR camera on the market to come standard with live streaming video and security recording.

TrueLook’s 20-MP camera system provides the following benefits:

• Sharper images – The images are larger by definition making them the sharpest images available for the construction jobsite. The digital single-lens reflex (DLSR) lens makes this camera more responsive resulting in sharper images.

• Convenience – The cameras employ remote auto-focus via the TrueLook interface making it easier to gain sharp focus for the camera at the jobsite. This camera also offers live streaming video and 24/7 security recording – both at 1080p resolution. By its nature, a 20-MP camera employs enhanced digital zoom which adds to the convenience of getting the precise image needed from the jobsite.

• Quality – The cameras deliver images at more than twice the resolution than 4K cameras that are on the market today. The resulting quality of photos and video available from the jobsite are higher than previous models.

“Many of our clients have requested DSLR lens technology,” Pittman said. “With the new lens technology combined with the other features on the 20-megapixel camera, our clients will see even more detail of their construction site with these reliable, secure camera systems. These new cameras take jobsite viewing and security to another level.”

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