Digital Video Recorders (DVR) and Network Video Recorders (NVR) is the brain behind the Video System at your home or office, and they make a huge impact on how the final picture looks. This is really valuable when you need to make sure you can see that license plate or a person’s face as they approach your home or business.
I have pulled a couple videos from other security companies to show our clients what they will expect.
Analogs redemption, 960H
I have seen a lot of misconceptions of the newly introduced 960H. Amongst the confusion, I have seen a statement along the lines of 960H provides you a 960×480 and/or 720×480 picture; as well that it improves the picture of any camera fitted with a 960H sensor via your current DVR. This is a BIG misconstrued myth. Submitted for your approval are the facts of 960H:
- 960H is NOT a megapixel resolution
- 960H sizes are NOT 960×480 or 720 x 480 formats
- Cameras equipped with 960H alone, will NOT provide you with a refined captured footage of 928×480
960H actually refers to a new class of advanced imaging sensors that capture more pixels per target in an object to provide a maximized resolution in vertical TVL. This new technology serves as a bridge between standard analog and Mega Pixel solutions, making 960H the best option for ultra-high resolution video within the realm of analog. It’s imperative you also note that your current DVR must have the capability of being able to capture and store the 960H digital format into a resolution size of 928×480. The benefit of 960H is having a larger and more refined picture resolution.
A camera containing a 960H sensor maintains high image contrast to clearly distinguish closely-spaced vertical lines. Other sensors are incapable of providing the same level clarity. As well, the 960H image is smoother providing more vibrancy and detail.
Thanks to Security Camera King