In this episode of the Meraki Mondays show, Dan Stewart, Business Transformation Center (BTC) engineer, and Bobby Young, technology consultant, Ingram Micro, explore Meraki MV32 video cameras.
Of all the cameras in the Meraki lineup, what makes the MV so special? The MV32 is what’s called a pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) camera with the added advantage of 360-degree imaging via a fisheye lens. The camera has an 8.4MP sensor with up to 2058 x 2058-pixel resolution and 256 GB of local storage. It also can geometrically correct the distorted image (i.e., dewarp), providing a digital 360-degree PTZ image that can be searched and zoomed even as the camera continues recording in real time. Dan Stewart gives a demo of the camera from the Ingram Micro BTC, showing how to build a video wall with multiple simultaneous views.