analog camera


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analog camera

(1) An analog video camera such as a VHS camcorder. See analog video and VHS.

(2) A film-based still or movie camera. See film camera.
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The quality should not be compared to that of a digital camera or an analog camera.
It presents a cost-effective solution to gaining the benefits of network video without having to replace analog cameras.
In an effort to ease the transition--and lower the cost--to IP, equipment companies offer "hybrid" systems that can use a retailer's existing analog cameras but convert the images they produce to digital form.
Video servers connect directly to a school's network and digitize images from analog cameras for transmission via the intranet or Internet.
The video from our old analog camera system was so pixilated, we only identified culprits about 15% of time, said Brandon Jensen, principal of Cody High School.
3af), which enables the unit, as well as the analog camera that is connected to it, to receive power through the network cable.
The three products consist of the standalone Axis Q7401 Video Encoder for integrating one analog camera; Axis Q7406 Video Encoder Blade, which supports six analog channels; and Axis Q7900 Rack, which is one of the industry's highest-density rack solutions with support for up to 84 analog cameras.
Each DMM operates at the edge of the surveillance network and provides dedicated processing and storage capacity to an individual HD or analog camera.
In addition, an RS-170 camera can be replaced with a more sophisticated, higher resolution analog camera.
For example, an integrated NDVMS takes data from a video source, such as an analog camera, compresses it, and writes it to a hard disk.