Hikvision CCTV System DS-7208HUHI/K1 5MP Resolution
8 Channel Kit with Hard Drive (1x up to 10TB)
- Hikvision CCTV System with 5 MP high performance COMS
- 2560 × 1944 resolution
- 2.8 mm, 3.6 mm, 6 mm fixed lens
- EXIR 2.0, smart IR, up to 20 m IR distance
- OSD menu, 2D DNR, DWDR
|Image Sensor:||5MP CMOS Image Sensor|
|Effective Pixels:||2560 (H) × 1944 (V)|
|Shutter Time:||1/25(1/30) s to 1/50,000 s|
|Adjustment Range:||Pan: 0° to 360°; Tilt: 0° to 75°; Rotate: 0° to 360°|
|Day & Night:||IR cut filter with auto switch|
|Video Frame Rate:||2560 × 1944 @20fps|
|HD Video Output:||1x Analog HD output|
What is a CCD and CMOS sensor in CCTV Camera?
- First of all As a CCTV installer, we normally hear about CCD and CMOS sensors.
- So If you are new to CCTV installation, when you buy your next camera, don’t forget to check its specification.
- So You will see whether that camera certainly using CCD or CMOS sensor.
- In this article above all we will see the differences between CCD and CMOS sensors as a result.
As CMOS use one circuit to produce charge, when an object is in motion it may sometimes struggle to produce a good video footage so In contrast CCD covert pixel to pixel they were able to produce certainly sharper video footages as a result.
Hikvision 4K CCTV System
Hikvision DS-7208HUHI-K1 8 channel TVI Turbo 4.0 8MP DVR
- DS-7208HUHI-K1 is Hikvision’s 8 channel professional DVR consequently for TVI, AHD and also Analogue Cameras.
- 5MP resolution @ 12FPS, 8MP resolution @ 8FPS, H265+, Cloud P2P remote viewing as a result.
- Most noteworthy Connectable to HD–TVI, AHD, IP, CVI & analogue cameras because of being 4 IN 1.
- Up to 2ch 6MP ONVIF conformant IP cameras input
|Analog and HD-TVI video input:||8-ch,BNC interface (1.0Vp-p, 75 Ω)connection|
|Supported camera types:||Support HDTVI input: 5MP,4MP,3MP,1080P/25Hz, 1080P/30Hz,720P/25Hz, 720P/30Hz, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz,
Support AHD input: 1080P/25Hz, 1080P/30Hz, 720P/25Hz, 720P/30Hz
Support CVI input: 1080P/25Hz, 1080P/30Hz, 720P/25Hz, 720P/30Hz
Support CVBS input
V300 Video Streaming Hard Drive on 8MP CCTV System
- First of all The Hard Drive which we setup on Hikvision 4K CCTV System DVR is Toshiba’s 3.5-inch V300 Video Streaming.
- Consequently The Hard Drive with up to 6TB lets you stream, record, edit and play video content on DVR, TV or NVR – with all the efficiency and reliability you need.
OPTIMISED FOR THE VIEWER’S EXPERIENCE
KEEPING COOL WHEN THE ACTION HEATS UP
As a result The efficient low spin design of the V300 certainly helps to lower the energy consumption for video recording, editing and streaming features by up to 25% (compared to the P300, 7200 rpm model).
So The efficient low spin design of the V300 certainly helps to lower the energy consumption for video recording, Most noteworthy editing and streaming features by up to 25% (compared to the P300, 7200 rpm model).
CAPACITY AT YOUR SERVICE
- The V300 is available in a range of storage capacities to meet your specific requirements, with up to 6 TB.
- This series of 3.5-inch internal HDDs all come with a 64 MB internal data buffer, to ensure your video experience never slows down.
- So with an industry-standard SATA interface providing up to 6 GBit/s transfer, the action never stops!
BUILT TO DELIVER, DESIGNED TO LAST
What is TVI?
- First of all you better to know, HD-TVI stands for High Definition Transport Video Interface on Hikvision 4K CCTV System.
- So It is a digital signal processing and transport technology used to transmit video in HD security cameras and DVRs.
- HDTVI technology was certainly developed by a company so it named Techpoint.
How easy it has become to carry out surveillance monitoring using just a cell phone and P2P IP Camera.
P2P stands for “Peer to Peer” so It is a technology that makes it simple to link the camera with a smartphone.
So once the cameras are reached, it creates a direct connection between the app and the camera so Just like the popular Bittorent peer to peer file sharing platform.
- Advantages of P2P technology used in HDX IP Cameras on Hikvision 4K CCTV System.
- P2P networks are highly scalable. e.g. Torrent sites have millions of users worldwide.
- above all As P2P is de-centralised, i.e. services are spread out over various peers.