We are pleased to announce a new HD (1080p) over Analogue CCTV range.
This system currently sits in between our Analogue 960H (960×582) and Digital IP (2048×1536) CCTV systems and offers a great deal of recording quality (1920×1080) at an affordable price.
This means that you can get 1080p CCTV footage at a fraction of the price of a Digital IP system.
Here is an example of video quality vs cost below:
Now, it’s worthwhile to mention that whilst the Digital IP camera is much dearer, the cost alone shouldn’t be used to compare image quality. These systems are far more advanced and future proof. They run on a completely different cable (CAT6) and are also more vandal proof than the analogue cameras.
Explanation on 960H vs 1080p
960H firstly was introduced by Sony Corporation, which has been dominated in analog video surveillance field for decades. Sony specialising in designing and manufacturing the CCD image sensor and image signal processor (ISP). Dated back to 2009, the company introduced its “Effio” series ISP and 960H CCD image sensor. Based on “Effio” ISP and 960H CCD, the analog cameras can deliver over 650TVL resolutions. Last year, the company released Effio-V and Effio-A new image signal processor which enable camera to deliver over 1000TVL horizontal resolution.
Horizontal resolution represents the level of detail in the horizontal direction of the video. A larger number indicates higher definition video.
1080P is another HDTV broadcasting standard which is also referred to as full high-definition (HD). 1080P has a resolution of 1920×1080 (2.1MP) with aspect ratio of 16:9. 1080P images is two times larger than 960H, and one times larger than 720P resolution.
In a nutshell, among these different standards, 1080P is the highest resolution available in an Analogue camera.
What will you decide? Why not take a look at our online shop here : https://www.cctvaware.com/shop
Video examples to follow …