pictureMAX delivers ultra-HD

November 2017 Products & Solutions, Surveillance

TeleEye has introduced pictureMAX with an 8 MP Sony CMOS sensor. The MP800 series is able to deliver ultra-high definition video images at 4K (3840p x 2160p) resolution. Along with the electronic vari-focal lens, users can select the wide angle manually, depending on the environments or their needs. Incorporating H.265 video compression technology as well as TeleEye’s dedicated Dynamic I-frame Technology (D.I.T), users can obtain up to 70% in bandwidth savings for longer recording duration with the GN8 series 4K DVRs when compared to the standard H.264.

Benefits of pictureMAX

Auto focus: The MP800 series 4K cameras are equipped with built-in Auto Focus on video objects under surveillance.

RAID 5: The GN8 series 4K DVRs in the solution allow a maximum of eight 8 TB hard disks in RAID 5.

H.265 & D.I.T: The GN8 series DVRs integrate with H.265 video compression technology as well as TeleEye’s dedicated Dynamic I-frame Technology (D.I.T). Thus, video data can be compressed by up to 70% as compared to the standard H.264, without altering the video quality.

Video analytics: The 4K cameras provide built-in video analytic functions, which include: line crossing, intrusion and object removal etc.


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