Falcon Eye KC-2000 MKII in IR mode

The Falcon Eye KC-2000 MKII camera can operate in color mode when there is even an invisible level of ambient light.
In the IR mode it can operate in a no light environment using IR illumination.

Four recommended lenses – comparison of focal length

This video will give you a good idea of the actual focal length when used with the KC-2000 camera.

Falcon Eye KC-2000 with a 2,500 mm telescope

A telescope is an affordable alternative to standard lenses if you want to see kilometres away with the KC-2000

Affordable bright medium long zoom lens

CBC 24 X Zoom Lens with Falcon Eye Cameras

Falcon Eye in Switzerland

This video was recorded by FUJIFILM (Switzerland) AG in May 2015.

Color Night Vision with Anti Reflection

Video recording through dark car glass window with reflection:
Color video recording through a dark window is a difficult task for any video camera, but the Falcon Eye cameras are able to do it. (For recording from inside the car, see the video “Tokyo Gangster” on this site).
Recording from outside and into the car is extra challenging, because of reflecting light and very little light to illuminate the persons inside the car.
This video show that the KC-2000 with Anti Reflection is able to handle this challenging task well, and can as a tool help to identify persons in a car even during night time.

The videos is recorded with the KC-2000 at a distance of 30m.

Tokyo Gangster

Video recording through dark car glass window:
The test was made to simulate night time surveillance from a car with dark windows which make it impossible to see the person and camera from the outside.
Left Image: Taken by KC-2000 with a 11.5mm ~ 69mm lens at f:1.4 through the dark car window.
Right Image: Taken by consumer video camera. First half of the movie was shot out of an open window. Second half is shot through the dark window.

KC-2000 with F1.2 lens

Video recordings to show the quality of video recording at night when using f1.2 lens.
Left Image: Taken by KC-2000 with a 11.5mm ~ 75mm lens at f:1.2
Right Image: Taken by consumer video camera

Studio Test

The video shows the same scene shot with the Falcon Eye camera, a consumer HandyCam video camera, and a professional Generation III Night Vision camera. The light in the studio is gradually turned down.

KC-2000 shoot at 450 m distance with Kowa TP556 Telephoto Lens

A test of Falcon Eye KC-2000 with the Kowa TP556 Telephoto Lens. A versatile long telephoto lens adjustable for 3 different focal lengths using same master lens and three adapters for 350mm F4 / 500mm F5.6 / 850mm F9.6.

KC-2000 shoot at 2000m distance with Fujinon CCTV lens

The video shows a test of the KC-2000 with the Fujinon CCTV lens: D60x16.7SR4DE-ZP1A in Tokyo, Japan.
The tests were done at 550m distance, 600m distance and at 2000m distance.

For further information about the lens:

http://www.fujifilm.com/products/optical_devices/pdf/cctv/security/hdzoom/d60x167sr4de-zp1a_e.pdf

See the test video:

KC-2000 shooting vessel

The video shows the same scene shot with the Falcon Eye camera, a consumer HandyCam video camera, and a professional Generation III Night Vision camera.

Observing coast line

The video shows the same scene shot with the Falcon Eye camera and a consumer HandyCam video camera.

Automatic fog elimination

The video shows a sample of the Fog Removal feature turned on and off during the recording.

KC-2000 recording airplane

The video shows the same scene shot with the Falcon Eye camera, a consumer HandyCam video camera, and a professional Generation III Night Vision camera.

Cat & human

The video shows the same scene shot with the Falcon Eye camera, a consumer HandyCam video camera, and a professional Generation III Night Vision camera.

Observing Vulcano

The video shows the same scene shot with the Falcon Eye camera and a consumer HandyCam video camera.