A megapixel camera can be just as exciting a concept in the CCTV industry as it is in the photography world. On account of its superior resolution, it can provide you with the level of detail not available with a conventional camera. Not only does this mean you'll get a higher degree of security, but it also potentially cuts down on the total number of cameras needed to monitor a given area. And thanks to its use of the highly efficient H.264 codec, the Arecont Vision AV5105DN can deliver this level of performance without overloading your network and storage resources.
Highly Efficient H.264 Compression
Given the huge amounts of data a megapixel camera generates, AV wisely chose to incorporate the H.264 codec as the compression method for this camera. Also known as MJPEG part 10, H.264 is uniquely capable of maintaining excellent image quality while keeping file sizes to a minimum.
Forensic Zooming with Electronic PTZ
One of the key advantages of a megapixel camera is the ability to digitally magnify the image many times over and still be able to make out identifying characteristics. Furthermore, by moving this enlarged image up and down, and from side to side, you can apply a virtual PTZ function to this camera.
Fewer Cameras Needed
Because of its ability to capture a greater view of an area, a single megapixel camera can be used in place of two or more analog cameras, making it a significant time and cost saver.
For efficient data management, you can send video in up to 8 concurrent, non-identical streams while applying different frame rates, bit rates, resolutions and picture to each video stream.
Region of Interest (ROI)
ROI lets you view an area of the screen at a higher resolution than the surrounding image. This way, you'll get to view important parts of the image in superior quality and at the same time reduce the load on your network.
Optimized for Day & Night Surveillance
A Day/Night system, operating in conjunction with an IR cut filter mechanism, automatically switches the camera from color to B/W mode at night, thus allowing 24-hour surveillance.
Power over Ethernet
PoE sends power to the camera over the same Ethernet cable used for data transmission. This greatly simplifies the installation process, allowing you to place the camera virtually anywhere without regards to having an AC outlet close by.
A compact camera is important for security applications needing the camera to maintain a low profile. Its small size will also come in handy when you need to pair it up with an outdoor housing.
• Auto Exposure (AE) and Gain Control (AGC) >120dB • On-camera motion detection with 64 detection zones • Auto backlight compensation • Auto multi-matrix white balance • 50/60Hz selectable flicker control • Electronic pan, tilt, zoom (PTZ) • Electronic image rotation - 180° flip • Resolution windowing down to 32x32 pixels • Programmable shutter to minimize motion blurring for low-light mode • MoonLight mode extended exposure and proprietary noise cancellation • Programmable resolution, brightness, saturation, gamma, sharpness, tint • Picture-in-Picture: simultaneous delivery of full field of view and zoomed images • Bandwidth & storage savings by running at 1/4 resolution
5 Megapixel: 2592 x 1944 1/4 Resolution: 1296 x 968
Cropped Field of View
2048 x 1536: 3MP 1920 x 1200: WUXGA 1920 x 1080: HDTV-1080p 1600 x 1200: 2 MP 1280 x 1024: 1.3 MP 1280 x 720: HDTV-720p 1024 x 768: XGA 800 x 600: SVGA 704 x 570: PAL 704 x 480: NTSC 640 x 480: VGA 352 x 288: CIF 320 x 240: SIF
9 FPS at 2592 x 1944 12 FPS at 2560 x 1600 15 FPS at 2048 x 1536 24 FPS at 1600 x 1200 30 FPS at 1280 x 1024