December 31, 2013
Why does the IPOD-LX2MPIR50 camera description say that it does not support motion detection? Is motion detection not a function of the NVR/DVR? NVR motion detection recording seems to operate different than it does with a DVR/analog system. I'm comparing this camera with the IPOB-EL2MPIR50 trying to decide which one to go with to connect to my Hybrid DVR HYBDVR-FE016480 and want motion detection. Thanks.
March 9, 2013
The actual analytic is done always at the camera. The NVR will also need to have the ability to separately catalog the motion event, but the processing of the video and detection of motion is done at the camera itself with IP cameras. Our LX series is not able to reliably send motion video to the NVR so we recommend these cameras only for 24/7 recording.
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