Panasonic WJ-HD716 extends value of analogue cameras
March 7, 2010 | By Anthony Capkun
7 March 2010
Panasonic says advances in analogue camera technology have created a need for similarly advanced digital recording devices. The WJ-HD716 DVR is a 16-channel, real-time digital video recorder that takes advantage of the improved performance of many of today’s cameras, says the company, with technology that includes simultaneous H.264 compression and encoding, and field recording of 480 images per second (ips) and frame recording of 240 ips. The WJ-HD716 includes Panasonic’s proprietary UniPhier System LSI Platform for real-time recording of up to 16 analogue cameras, and intelligent Video Motion Detection (i-VMD) with Super Dynamic 5 Link (SD5Link) to share metadata information between cameras and the recorder for motion detection processing and alarm handling. Remote monitoring is also available.
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