Posts Tagged ‘megapixel IP cameras’

Panasonic WJ-ND400 network video recorder

Thursday, March 31st, 2011


The WJ-ND400 is a network video recorder that  will allow up to 64 IP cameras to be connected to the unit. In addition Panasonic’s WJ-ND400 will allow both images and audio to be  recorded at the same time giving a high level of flexibility. As standard Panasonic have equipped the WJ-ND400 with 8 HDD slots. This allows expansion from the standard 500gig hard drive that comes out of… Continue reading

HD cameras but no Video Analytics

Saturday, February 19th, 2011

HD Camera manufacturers are struggling to offer Video Content Analytics on their HD / Megapixel IP cameras……… they don’t tell you why – it is simple, their hardware cannot cope with it and needs updating……….probably too much stock of legacy kit though

At least one company (VideoIQ) has cut out the middle man and gone straight to hardware that can support it – clever… Continue reading

Megapixel IP cameras and Emmerdale Farm????

Friday, February 18th, 2011

Megapixel IP cameras show what they can do.

Dont worry Iam not going completely scatty and i need to make it absolutely clear I am not a soap fan!!. My family however are addicts and I get sadly exposed to snippets of Emmerdale, Coronation Street , Eastenders and so on a more than palatable daily basis. This blog though is not about soaps but an observation about… Continue reading

CCTV BLOGS from the last year.

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

CCTV Blogs  from the integrated CCTV team.……. Well its been a good year for innovation and advancement in the world of CCTV and here at Integrated CCTV we have been lucky enough to be able to tell you all about it. From advanced analytics to Thermal CCTV cameras we have covered it all here.

So for those who have missed some of our best… Continue reading

IP camera systems.Time to upgrade from analogue

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

IP camera systems  have long been the preferred upgrade path for the CCTV industry as whole. This is however a little behind schedule as far as we see it and mainly due to the reluctance of end users to waste the investment they have already ploughed into their analogue CCTV solutions. This is where the use of Hybrid CCTV solutions can gently push the industry into the area where they really… Continue reading