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High Definition and Megapixel Video

The increased image resolution in megapixel/HDTV network cameras offer a number of benefits compared to other solutions.

When every detail matters!

With a megapixel or HDTV network camera, the resolution is at least three times better than an analog CCTV camera.

It boils down to a simple truth: Megapixel and HDTV means higher resolution. Higher resolution means more detail. More detail means better possibilities for identification.

Less cameras more coverage.

Another argument in favor of megapixel and HDTV network cameras is that they can cover larger scenes than non-megapixel network cameras at a given number of pixels per area.

For example, if four non-megapixel network cameras provide good coverage of your monitored scene, one 2.0 megapixel network camera will cover an even larger area, with no loss of image resolution.

Different aspect ratios for more efficient surveillance.

Network video enables images to be delivered in different aspect ratios, which is especially advantageous in combination with the high resolution that megapixel network cameras offer. In a conventional TV monitor, an aspect ratio of 4:3 is provided. Network video can offer the same ratio, in addition to others, such as 16:9. For HDTV network cameras specifically, to comply with the SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) HDTV standards, the cameras are required to deliver 16:9 aspect ratio in full frame rate 30/25.

The advantage of a 16:9 aspect ratio is that unimportant details, usually located in the upper and lower part of a conventional-sized image, are not present and do not take up bandwidth and storage space.

Panoramic, 180 and 360 Degree Views.

With new advances in technology. IP cameras can now offer better coverage than traditional analog cameras. Perfect example are cameras that now offer panoramic, full 180 and 360 degree cameras with megapixel quality images that allow for digital PTZ (Pan, Tilt Zoom) while still maintaining full coverage of areas being monitored.

One camera takes the place of many analog cameras and provide better evidence.

A well placed 360 Degree camera can take the place of up to 8 cameras.