Panasonic's new AG-TL750 S-VHS/S-VHS ET Time-Lapse Video Cassette Recorder offers up to 960 hours of high-resolution time-lapse video recording, and can record images on either S-VHS or VHS tapes.
The key differentiator is expansion technology (ET), which gives the machine the capacity to record high quality S-VHS signals on either S-VHS or HG-VHS tapes. Horizontal line resolution exceeds 400 lines in both colour and black-and-white modes and is maintained throughout recording and playback, whether in time-lapse or still playback mode.
The AG-TL750 ET offers standard, linear with audio and time-lapse recording modes. One can also choose between timer recording (automated for pre-set times); alarm recording (activated by an alarm signal); and sensor recording (activated by an external alarm signal) by selecting the preferred mode from the on-screen menu.
Mags Anthony, Panasonic director: CCVE systems department, is pleased with the new arrival. "The AG-TL750 ET can be used for a variety of time-lapse surveillance systems from basic single camera, single VTR, single colour monitor systems through to sophisticated multicamera sequential or multiscreen recording systems," he says. "You can also connect several VTRs and automatically switch from one unit to the next without interrupting the recording. This means that you can extend your recording capabilities indefinitely, or take advantage of shorter recording modes for longer periods."
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