Posts Tagged ‘PIXC’

IPCCTV v HDCCTV who will take the UK market share?

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

Many years ago it was suggested that HD images could be transmitted over an IP network and reviewed and recorded using a PC. When this was first suggested and prototype cameras and NVRs produced so the marketeers could do their stuff, many CCTV professionals found this idea laughable. Most CCTV companies ignored the technology citing the fact that a company IT network would be… Continue reading

VideoIQ – an interesting entry into the UK IP HD Market

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011


a name not commonly known here in the UK……..but they have some extremely innovative products…

Video IQ claim, to be the ONLY IP HD manufacturer that can offer intelligent Video Analytics on HD and Megapixel IP cameras…..most of the IP HD pixc units out at the moment cannot offer video analytics ‘at the… Continue reading

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

March Networks new HD Nanodome

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Oooh, we like cute, small, neat new gadgets!

And yes, the new March Networks HD Nanodome looks like it will be a neat little gadget!

But, apart from being a gadget, will it deliver value for money in a tough and competitive IP industry?

IP camera Choices?

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Here’s a conundrum….

Do you, as a valuable IP surveillance Installer, install a system because of the camera choice or because of the Software / Recording choice?

We posted a while back about how in the good old days, it simply didn’t matter whose camera you wanted to use, whose DVR (actually, multiplexer and VCR!) you wanted to use etc etc

Today, we have stunning HD and… Continue reading