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KadMan
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January 3, 2015 - 2:18 pm
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Anyone have any outdoor screen shots or video clips of their HD-CVI 720p system they would like to share? I’m just trying to get an idea of the image quality.

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Hello,

 

you our can visit http://www.securitycameraking.com and check out our hdcvi line. In there you can see video samples of the cameras and DVRs.

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Would you say it is as good as 1 mp ip?

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Here is a clip from thanksgiving weekend. This video is from a 16 channel HD-CVI stystem at night. The police were super impressed with the quality of video, especially the quality at night.

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night hawk said
Here is a clip from thanksgiving weekend. This video is from a 16 channel HD-CVI stystem at night. The police were super impressed with the quality of video, especially the quality at night.

Do you have any daytime footage you can share?

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This is from the same location. At the 0:08 second mark, the dodge truck plows into the ford ranger. The dodge ends up tuning into our customers parking lot and turning around. He flees the scene and leaves the driver of the ranger with a totaled vehicle. We have since installed a ton of these HD-CVI systems and are very happy with the quality. For us, this is a less expensive alternative to IP cameras or a nice way to upgrade an analog system. Remember to make sure that the settings on the player are set to 720p

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?…..WO3M_ZwuwM

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Only a short length of about 20m but Seems good quality for a camera over RG59 cable.

HDCVI is not HD-SDI which is IP camera transmit via coaxial cable. But protocol is unique for they own developing.
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HDCVI is actually good for transmission of video up to 1600 feet of 720p video and about 900 feet with 1080p.  HD-SDI is not IP camera over coaxial cable, it is the first form of HD over coaxial cable.  HDCVI took the building blocks of HD-SDI and eliminated a lot of the limitations that where known in HD-SDI.  Yes, HDCVI was created by one company but has been adopted by many and is becoming the standard of HD transmission over coaxial cable. 

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Hdcvi is a very good technology , it is possible also to have hdcvi cameras 1080P to have an excellent image quality, there is also hybrid or trybrid dvr where you can put old analog cameras and new ones in hdcvi and also some ip cameras. with this, it is easy to update an old analog system to have and hd or full hd system. it is perfect for people that have used analog system. Hdcvi is now better than hdsdi and very less expensive.

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