Q&A For 1080P 4in1 Camera
Our 1080P 4in1 (HD-TVI, HD-AHD, HD-CVI, SD Analog CVBS) IR Indoor Outdoor Cameras are 4in1 cameras which can connect with 4 different (TVI, AHD, CVI, CVBS) system to fit your needs. The camera default setting is HD-TVI. If your system is not HD-TVI, you may need to switch to the same mode as your system. (Please follow the instruction we provide in the camera package)
Q: How to switch the 1080P 4in1 camera to different system mode?
(You can find the instruction in the camera user manual)
User-Friendly Joystick configuration button for video format switching and OSD (On Screen Display) menu access.
Push down on the joystick button to access the OSD menu to setup/fine tune the video performance and powerful function of the camera.
Switch the output signal format by the joystick button (within 10 sec of power on)
- SD CVBS: Push the joystick button towards the left for 5 seconds then release
- HD-TVI: Push the joystick button towards the right for 5 seconds then release
- HD-AHD: Push the joystick button up for 5 seconds then release
- HD-CVI: Push the joystick button down for 5 seconds then release
Q: How SONY STARVIS Image sensor Camera night view is better than others?
The STARVIS is back-illuminated pixel technology used in CMOS image sensors for surveillance camera applications.
Please feel free to check the STARVIS video here.
SONY STARVIS’s Superior Visibility Technology. Superior (2 to 3 more times) Visibility than EXview HAD CCD
Sony’s STARVIS for CMOS Image Sensors Exhibits Excellent Visibility Evan at Night. STARVIS increases the light utilization efficiency over a wide range of wavelengths, enhancing sensitivity in both the visible light and the near infrared light region that is often used by security cameras. STARVIS achieves a sensitivity of 2,000 mV or more per 1um pixel size, and realize two to three more times of the existing CCD image sensor (EXview HAD CCD II)
Q: What's the camera viewing angle? (In general)
Q: What does WDR mean?
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) refers the ability of the camera to handle very wide light ranges. It is usually exhibited when people are in front of a large window where it is a very bright outside. If you want to see both the person's features as well as the very bright scene behind them, you need a camera that provides WDR. WDR is usually provided by taking multiple pictures at different gain settings and then averaging the result into one composite picture.
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