Posts Tagged ‘HD SDI DVR’

HD SDI DVR price drop. Will it continue?

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

HD SDI DVR’s are they getting cheaper?

HD SDI DVR’s are dropping in price as more and more options start to flood into the UK. Following the success of HD SDI CCTV in general at IFSEC this year  it seems installers have been selling the concept with a great deal of enthusiasm. It also seems that HDcctv compliant recorders are the preferred way forward. It is widely… Continue reading

HD SDI DVR recorders. Is the data safe?

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

With recent comments in the press about HD cctv and how we manage the data of our HD images it is important to mention that all the fuss is really a back handed compliment to all the manufacture’s of HD SDI cameras and DVR’s. Not long ago CCTV images were so poor the technology itself was questioned as to its usefulness and the uncontrolled spread of cameras into public areas… Continue reading


Thursday, June 21st, 2012

CTRING’s HD-SDI DVR line-up is headed up by the V7304  HD-SDI DVR. CTRING are pushing the fact that the V7304 can record at a maximum recording rate of 30fps at 1080p per channel and has Pentaplex function.

The V7214H is an innovative hybrid standalone DVR which has 2 HD-SDI and 14 Analog Video inputs. This DVR will allow use of the existing ifrastucture of analogue cameras but the intoduction into the… Continue reading


Saturday, April 28th, 2012
The new Qvis HD SDI DVR and camera range will be on sale and available to buy here in the UK from May 2012. 

The Qvis HD SDI DVR will have lots of juicy features as standard and these will include,

D1 imaging with 25fps recording on all channels.

H.264 compression this will enable the HD SDI


Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

The new Apollo HD SDI DVR has now been officially launched. This 4 channel HD SDI CCTV package is capable of producing high quality images at 1080P using existing coax as its transmission medium. This keeps the installation simple and infrastructure costs low at the same time as providing HD images without the need to go down the… Continue reading