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  1. mrel

    mrel

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    Hi
    Hard wired security camera which is better camera 1080P or 960H camera.

    When it come to DVR which is better dvr 1080N or 1080P dvr.

    Lot of DVR say can do PTZ (pan ,tilt zoom) how can hard wired stationary camera that Has No motor in the camera can do PTZ

    mrel
     
  2. Bluejets

    Bluejets

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    As far as I am aware, there is no tilt.
    Pan and zoom are taken care of within the camera hardware/software. i.e. no mechanical movement.
    Even then, it is rather restricted.
     
  3. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    the one that suits your resolution requirements


    again, as per your choice of requirements ... for that one there isn't going to be a lot of difference




    and most do have actual physical movement in PTZ as in the whole housing moves and or the camera moves inside the housing :)

    https://www.cctvcamerapros.com/PTZ-Security-Cameras-s/45.htm
     
  4. Tha fios agaibh

    Tha fios agaibh

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    Some cameras only zoom digitally which degrades the resolution but better models optically zoom as well as physically pan and tilt via micro servos.

    1080p is high quality hd, designed for dvrs which capture the entire picture content but a require large DVR hd to capture the video for very long.
    Idk how 960h compares but it is able to record longer because it only saves portions of the image that changes. Eg. Like a car driving across the edge of the screen.

    Both have their benefits and drawbacks.
     
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