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- Image Sensor: 1/3inch SONY CCD
- Effective Pixels: PAL:752(H) x 582(V); NTSC:768(H) x 494(V)
- Horizontal Resolution: 540 TV Lines
- Minimum Illumination: 0.2Lux
- S/N Ration: >48dB
- Electronic Shutter: Auto 1/50~100,000
- Black Light Compensation: ON/OFF switch
- Operation Temperature: -10+50(degrees)
- Power Requirement: DC12V
- Dimension: 38 x 38mm / 1.49 x 1.49in
- 1 x 1/3" SONY 540TVL CCD Camera Main Board
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- Why is Resolution important to consider?
Resolution refers to how detailed a picture the camera can see. The measurement to look for is horizontal TV lines (TVL). A normal CCTV picture is around 350 to 400 TVL, with high resolution getting up to 480 or 500. You need to make sure your entire system is capable of supporting that resolution. If your VCR records 350 lines and your monitor displays 400, the money you spent to upgrade to a camera with 500 lines is completely wasted.
- CMOS vs. CCD Image Sensors?
CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) and CCD (charge coupled device) image sensors are two different technologies for capturing images digitally. Although recent advances in CMOS sensors are closing the gap, CCD sensors currently offer the highest possible image quality.
A CMOS camera has a less-expensive image sensor. The other benefits of CMOS are size, and low-power consumption. Most CMOS cameras can even be operated for several hours on a single 9-volt battery! The low-power consumption comes at a price however. CMOS cameras have a lower resolution and less color quality than the CCD cameras. However, the CCD Cameras are much more sensitive to power fluctuations, due to the fact that the CCD Sensors have 4 integrated processors compared to the one processor found on a CMOS sensor. CCD cameras usually have much better picture quality, resolution and color balance. The drawback of a CCD camera is high-power consumption and sensitivity to minute voltage changes.
- How is the Frame Rate related to Picture Quality?
Quality can refer to both how detailed the image is and how fast the frame rate is. Frame rate is simply a measure of how many individual pictures make up the video. "Full motion", what you see on television and on VHS tapes, is 30 frames per second, or fps. Most often, security systems record at slower rates, which result in more jerky-looking images but saves tape or hard drive space, allowing longer periods of time to be recorded.