TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Komamura Corporation, a company with more than 60 years of experience in the design and manufacture of professional cameras, today announced that they are launching a revolutionary new night vision camera, the Falcon Eye KC-2000. Falcon Eye can shoot color HD videos and photos in near total darkness of scenes invisible to the human eye.
“I'm extremely excited and proud to bring the Falcon Eye color night vision camera to the market,” said Tosh Komamura, president of Komamura Corporation. “With this new camera, it will for the first time be possible for news and broadcasting stations to record at night and broadcast events to the public they could not show us before in good quality colors.” Komamura added to say, “We will also see a new category of documentaries of nature and wild life recorded with the Falcon Eye camera, showing how our world looks at night.”
"Rescue, Security, Military, and Law Enforcement Forces will use the Falcon Eye camera to enhance the efficiency of their operations, said Allan Valentin Hansen, sales director of Komamura Corporation. “The Falcon Eye camera is weather-sealed and designed to work in tough environments with a simple two-button operation and will be an invaluable tool for people taking care of our security. The camera's high resolution and clear colors give outstanding target recognition and identification capability and make it pleasant to the eye in lengthy use. Movies and images can be used as evidence of crime scenes when recording onto tamper-proof SD - a technology already accepted by the Japanese police."
The Falcon Eye camera will be sold through a network of dealers in Japan and many other countries in accordance with international sales and export regulations.
About Komamura Corporation
Komamura Corporation was established in 1947 and has been an important player in the international professional camera business for more than 60 years. Komamura Corporation developed and marketed the Horseman Professional Camera product range for large format film, and later developed new models for digital photography.