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The march to megapixel cameras

Friday, October 21, 2011 10:48 Be the first to comment

Megapixel cameras may not be the answer to everything but there’s no doubt they’re gaining in popularity.

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H.264: Is it always the best compression fit?

Friday, February 26, 2010 16:43 Be the first to comment

Bandwidth savings touted, but unpredictability, limitations acknowledged By L. Samuel Pfeifle At IFSEC 2007, when the video compression standard H.264 was starting to be touted by manufacturers, the knock against it was that it was too processor intensive to be economically competitive. Just three years later, Axis Communications general manager Fredrik Nilsson is confident H.264 [...]

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Product certifications to increase in value, necessity

Tuesday, February 23, 2010 14:29 Be the first to comment

Make space on the wall: Product certifications are going to increase in importance and value—and that’s why you’ll need to pay for them By L. Samuel Pfeifle It’s easy to understand the reticence of some security systems integrators to pay for product training. After all, without integrators making sales and installations, where would manufacturers be? [...]

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What does ‘HD’ mean for video surveillance?

Thursday, December 10, 2009 11:45 Be the first to comment

Surveillance’s hottest buzzword is more than just megapixel By L. Samuel Pfeifle Whether you were at the Anaheim ASIS International convention or at New York’s ISC East show, it was impossible to escape a slew of new HD cameras. While some manufacturers have yet to jump on the megapixel bandwagon, any number of IP camera [...]

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