Power is supplied to the camera through PoE; hence the camera gets power from the network itself without any extra wiring for auxiliary power outlets. Images can be displayed in VGA format for real-time monitoring while displayed on a 3GPP mobile phone in lower resolution, giving users a higher level of flexibility for dealing with camera images on different platforms. For warranty information about this product, please click here. Please make sure that you are posting in the up of a question. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser.

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The challenge for buyers will be to examine and determine whether the camera is good enough for your application, given the significant product cost savings it offers. For example, contrast this with the premium Axis Q camera we reviewed recently. Key considerations in examining the camera include: Video Quality - I thought the video quality was solid but not as sharp as others that I have been testing.

Additionally the low light images tended to be nosiy and less sharp than others. As I did not do a formal comparison test, I will limit my remarks here. You, of course, can download the actual video clips below. Frame Rate - The frame rate is definitely no more than 10fps. If you need more frames per second, this is certainly an issue.

For general monitoring as the video samples show , the frame rate was sufficient. Exacq helped me by providing a beta version. However, if you are going to use the camera, you should be sure that your VMS supports this model. Video Samples from Test Download 6 sample videos from a variety of scenes and lighting conditions. In the screencast below, I provide comments on the video samples on key issues I saw.

Physical Overview The screencast below shows the camera and provides a brief overview of the physical setup and options. In the screencast below, I examine the impact on bandwidth of raising the quality level and dropping the frame rate. As such, I did not find much benefit in adjusting that. Loweing the frame rate did provide modest benefits. For the in the variety of scenes I tested, the daytime bit rate ranged from 1. Both the image quality and frame rate suffered. Users should therefore be careful about using CBR or having insufficient bandwidth.

It does not have any unique features nor is the performance exceptional in any area. Image quality was solid, both day and night. Bandwidth consumption was modest. Frame rate, while a maximum of 10fps, was sufficient for general monitoring.

The lack of H. For customers looking to make a low cost migration to IP, this product should work well. Four to Six of these cameras in an office or store could provide solid coverage. Which should you use? What makes one Already a leader in their home market of China, Hikvision Pelco aims to rectify Leveraging its extensive expertise in machine vision [link no longer So dominant was megapixel, that not only did most manufacturers


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