In the era of the Internet of Everything, the design concept of cameras has undergone tremendous changes compared to the original.

In the beginning, the first generation of webcams were designed only to monitor images. More than 20 years later, the field of network cameras has made great breakthroughs: from black to color, from ordinary bolts to all-in-one cameras, from remote monitoring to live broadcast, wide dynamic, low illumination, intelligence, resolution and signal-to-noise Technical indicators such as ratio are also rapidly improving. In the past, the blurred black and white picture was an incredible service for consumers, but now, high definition has become the most basic requirement for cameras.

In the past two years, many people's study and work styles have undergone considerable changes. While we are eagerly looking forward to defeating the virus and returning to normal life as soon as possible, we also have to actively adapt to the way of online learning and work. Speaking of online office, in addition to the cameras that come with mobile phones and computers, the most commonly used are some web cameras.

The history of office webcams can be traced back to 1995. At that time, the Japanese company Axis Communications encountered a customer with a large inventory of unsalable analog cameras, and the other party asked whether those cameras could be networked to improve the performance. Axis gained insight into new market opportunities from the needs of customers, and realized that network video will be a new development direction in the future, and digital technology will bring revolutionary changes to the field of video surveillance. Sure enough, today, more than 20 years later, Internet technology has already penetrated into everyone's life, and webcams have become an indispensable helper for home office.

Nowadays, with the continuous development of the network, various cameras have appeared on the market, and their functions are not limited to video calls, video recording, and remote monitoring, but are also widely used in various fields, such as education, business, medical care, and public utilities.

In the past, many brands of fixed IP cameras, such as Logi, provided us with convenience, but they were gradually unable to meet our new needs in the rapid development of technology. The wheel of history rolls forward, and the pace of the times never stops. This is our era. A new product, no matter how much touted it is at the beginning of its birth, will eventually be replaced if it cannot be optimized and updated with the progress of the times.

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