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Differences Between High Definition and Ultra High Definition -CCTV 4K

4k cameras deliver 4x more detail than today’s best HD1080

D1 Resolution – 720×480 Pixel Images, 0.4 Megapixels

720p Resolution – 1280×720 Pixel Images, 1.3 Megapixels

1080p Resolution – 1920×1080 Pixel Images, 2.1 Megapixels

4K Resolution – 3840×2160 Pixel Images, 8.3 Megapixels
A business facility where it’s extremely important to be able to zoom in on footage, 4K may just be the right type of system for you. Zooming in digitally wont cause the footage to be really distorted like it is on a lower resolution system. You’ll be able to tell the difference between someone just playing around or capturing an incident that will require you to be able to identify a subject for the law. Some industries that may really benefit from these types of systems are Hotels, Restaurants, Super Markets, Marijuana grow Operations, City Surveillance, Military, Casinos, Schools, Universities or Colleges, Retail Stores, and government owned operations like buses and train stations. Being able to identify someone with CCTV is becoming increasingly more important in helping to not only solve a crime, but deterring it as well. When people know you’re recording them in high resolution, there’s a bigger chance they’ll think twice and decide to stop themselves before committing a crime.

4K cameras deliver four times more detail at full 30 fps than today’s best HD1080 cameras and more detail than legacy 10MP cameras. Offered in mini-dome and bullet form factors, the cameras utilize a state of the art, broadcast quality Ultra HD media processor and the most advanced low light 4K image sensor ever introduced to the video surveillance industry. This makes 4K the perfect solution for a full range of indoor and outdoor applications.

Security Video Technology (SVT) is a nationwide security solutions contractor and security surveillance integrator. We are based out of the greater New Orleans area and service clients primarily along the Gulf Coast from Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Destin, Fort Walton, Pensacola, Miami, Florida, Mobile, Fairhope, Gulf Shores, Alabama and Gulfport, Biloxi, Mississippi east to Baton Rouge, Lake Charles, New Orleans and Shreveport, Louisiana as well as Beaumont, Dallas, Houston, Texas on the west.

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