Posts Tagged ‘Megapixel camera’

Megapixel IP camera, PIXC Focus – the clear picture!

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Megapixel IP cameras – crystal clear pictures with excellent post zoom capabilities.

But, how much attention is paid to the quality of lens used?

And, back to basics, how many are focused correctly?

I saw a great camera recently, the picture was pin sharp, the colours vibrant, the focus absolutely spot on……………but was it? Night fell, the TDN (True Day Night) IR Cut filter kicked in and… Continue reading

IP cameras v Analogue cameras

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

So there must be some reasons why IP cameras are going to provide the next generation of CCTV systems. Below we list some of the benefits to help you decide if you are about to buy CCTV if IP is the way for you to go.

Analogue vs IP cameras.

IP cameras are inherently networkable so no need to rely on the DVR to enable remote connection

IP cameras… Continue reading

Hybrid CCTV, Analogue CCTV or IP CCTV?

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Decisions , decisions

If you are the  MD of a company who is about to upgrade or install a new CCTV surveillance system, you are probably going to be faced with some pretty tricky decisions on how you are going to approach the subject. The three main questions you will need to ask yourself are:

1)      Will I just upgrade my analogue cameras for new analogue cameras?… Continue reading

Arecont AV10005,the low light solution.

Monday, July 12th, 2010

AV 10005 megapixel H.264 IP camera from Arecont.

The Arecont AV 10005, 10 megapixel network server camera has been designed to address the biggest problem that megapixel cameras suffer from, this is poor pictures at night. The camera has a reputation as the first PIXC to actually address low light issues. It can deliver 6 frames per second @ 3648 x 2752 or 30 frames per second @ 1920 x… Continue reading

CCTV sales squeezed by government cuts.

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

CCTV Sales take a hit.

Government spending across all areas of its budgets are soon to be cut. This will be like no other cuts we have ever seen before. Some say it is an inevitable consequence of over spending by the previous regime… Continue reading