Synology Boosts Home Security with New FC600 and BC800Z Cameras

Synology Boosts Home Security with New FC600 and BC800Z Cameras

Synology has introduced two new home surveillance cameras, the FC600 and BC800Z, providing users with more choices for securing their properties. These cameras are designed to integrate seamlessly with Synology’s NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices, enabling users to store surveillance footage locally for enhanced security and privacy.

Camera Specifications

The FC600 camera features a fisheye lens and a 6MP sensor, capturing a full 360-degree panoramic view of its surroundings. This makes it suitable for monitoring large indoor areas such as living rooms or hallways. The camera also includes infrared low-light shooting capabilities, ensuring clear visuals even in poorly lit conditions. An intriguing addition is the built-in call function, though specific details about its functionality haven't been disclosed yet.

The BC800Z, on the other hand, is equipped with a zoom function and an 8MP sensor, capable of recording high-resolution 4K video footage. This camera is ideal for outdoor surveillance, providing sharp visuals for detail identification. It also boasts remarkable weather resistance with IP67 and IP66 ratings, making it waterproof, dustproof, and able to endure harsh conditions ranging from -30°C to 60°C. Furthermore, it meets the IK10 certification for impact resistance, ensuring it can withstand physical impacts.

Future Availability

Although both cameras offer promising features for home security, specific details regarding their launch date and pricing have not been revealed. For those interested in a local storage solution with NAS compatibility, these Synology cameras are worth monitoring for future updates.

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