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Is more TVL better?

Is more TVL better?

Resolution can be defined as the fineness of detail that can be distinguished in an image. A higher number of TVL means that a camera will be able to render images with more detail. However, TVL is not the sole factor that determines the quality of the final output.

How many TVL is 1080P?

Security cameras – megapixel vs TV lines

Device TVL/Pixel Effective Pixel NTSC
IP Camera and NVR 960P 1280*960
1080P 1920*1080
3MP 2048×1536
5MP 2592×1920

Is there a difference between 700 TVL and 1000 TVL cameras?

A: Yep. Exactly the same thing, except that sometimes 1000TVL cameras are actually mislabeled 700 TVL or 720P cameras – translating from Chinese to English is difficult! Even if you have 1000 TVL image sensor in the camera, you can’t cram more than 720 TV Lines down the cable and into your IP Camera DVR.

What does TVL mean and why is it important?

What does TVL mean and why is it important. Answer. TVL stands for TV Lines and relates to the resolution of an analog security camera. It can be referred to as the Capture or Camera resolutions. When reading a security camera specification sheet, you will see two sets of numbers rating the sensor of the camera.

Which is better the 700 TVL or the 960H?

The gains in the 960H camera are noticeable, with letters more legible, as far as line 5 vs. only line 3-4 in the 700 TVL model. Our subject’s face is moderately clearer, as well, with slightly more detail of his features. In low light with IR on, the 960H camera again provides better details with more visibility of both the test subject and chart.

What does 700tvl mean on a HD monitor?

TVL refers the horizontal pixels on your monitor. HD resolutions measure the vertical pixels. This chart is used to test the resolution of TVL cameras. Most 700TVL cameras can only decipher up to 525 TV Lines.