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NISC/PAL analog camera on 16 Channel Hybrid
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I have a 16 Channel Hybrid Federal with about eight analog cameras.  Most or all of these cameras are listed as working on both PAL and NTSC systems.  When I hook them up to the DVR four of them work fine and the others display horizontal banding on the picture and I’m not certain if this is a camera issue or an NVR issue.  Is there a way to fix this? 

 

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Our Recorders will only Support NTSC Cameras. Do you have the make and model of the cameras?

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I don’t have the make and model of the cameras.  I was under the impression that cameras were either PAL or NTSC but the specs seem to imply they will work with either system. Is that common or even possible with analog cameras or is it more likely that these are PAL cameras?  I will see if I can find the model of the cameras that are not working.

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It is a possibility. All of our Equipment is NTSC. 

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