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White Paper Describes Advantages of Megapixel Imaging Systems

Norbain : 27 January, 2010  (Technical Article)
Arecont Vision white paper available from Norbain on IP Video Surveillance Systems and Megapixel Cameras describing the advantages that the technology brings to surveillance installations and general security systems
White Paper Describes Advantages of Megapixel Imaging Systems
Norbain has released an Arecont Vision white paper on the benefits of MegaPixel imaging, and how IP technology can enrich the functionality of surveillance systems across a number of applications.

The white paper provides a host of information about MegaPixel cameras and their usage, and how they provide images in resolution detail that surpass those used in the analogue market (approximately 704x576 pixels, or D1 - the equivalent of 0.4 megapixel). Arecont Vision supply cameras up to 10 MegaPixel in resolution, offering images up to 3648x2752 pixels (24 times the resolution of analogue). When designing CCTV networks, MegaPixel cameras can cover much larger areas - enabling fewer to be used. Alternatively, MegaPixel cameras can be used to provide greater detail than comparable views from analogue cameras.

Each MegaPixel camera can supply evidential imagery for prosecution in court, capturing larger areas within a single image, ensuring no detail is missed. Every piece of MegaPixel video can be magnified and examined in real-time, or retrospectively, using 'virtual pan/tilt/zoom' for maximum flexibility.

'Arecont Vision's cameras range from 1.3 to 10 Megapixels, including dual-sensor day/night cameras, and an 8 MegaPixel quad-sensor panoramic camera, all using the latest H.264 video compression technology for economical storage,' says Buzz Coates, Norbain's branded CCTV manager. 'In a changing security market, Arecont Vision's camera series addresses the growing demand for high-definition image capture, and their latest white paper provides compelling reasons for installers of analogue CCTV systems to consider high-definition IP MegaPixel video systems for their next project.'

Highlighting the advantages of using MegaPixel camera technology, Norbain will be co-hosting a number of training days with Arecont Vision in March 2010.
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