Analogue camera produces 1000TVL image

Posted On 30 Mar 2014
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Grundig has incorporated Sony Megapixel sensor technology on its new analogue cameras to produce image resolutions of 1.3MP or 1000TVL. The 1.3MP range includes bullet, fixed dome and vandal-resistant dome cameras, all offering wide dynamic range, true day/night functionality and low-light sensitivity. Outdoor models are IP67 rated. Smart IR technology gives uniform scene illumination, at up to 30 metres, without over exposure. Motion tracking zones can be configured within the camera scene and an electronic ePTZ function allows operators to zoom into camera images for close-up, detailed viewing. The 1.3MP cameras are compatible with Grundig’s 960H and standard DVRs, as well as DVRs made by most leading, third party manufacturers. This allows the cameras to be used throughout an analogue system or just in key locations requiring greater image detail, lowering costs.

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