CCTV Video Resolution Comparison – CIF, D1, WD1, 720p & 1080p using HD-TVI

CCTV Video Resolution Comparison – CIF, D1, WD1, 720p & 1080p using HD-TVI

This video will explain the difference
between the current resolutions available on the CCTV market
this will cover the five main resolutions of CCTV that are most widely used in the industry these resolutions are CIF, D1, WD1 which is also known as 960h, 720P and full 1080p high definition firstly we going to look at CIF
resolution at 30 Frames per second this produces an image that is 352 x 240
pixels and as you can see this has long been outdated as identification is nearly impossible next we move on to D1 which
was the most widely used resolution for a number of years until it was superseded by WD1 which will look at next WD1 produces a high quality image and for the first time didnt use 4:3 aspect ratio and was optimised for wide screens now we move on to the HD
resolutions of 720p & 1080p as you can see the images
produced by the 720P camera far superior to traditional
solutions and even more improved when we look at the 1080P images
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6 thoughts on “CCTV Video Resolution Comparison – CIF, D1, WD1, 720p & 1080p using HD-TVI”

  1. The CIF image looks distorted – ' bunched-up ' like the left and right side were simultaneously pushed inward towards the centre.

    The so-called WD1 always looks like the reverse has been done to it. Like someone grabbed the left and right side and pulled thereby stretching and distorting the image. Every WD1 image appears as though the camera is producing an image in focus on the centre of a soft drink bottle or can – a sort of fish-eye view.

    The only image that looks true to life is the 1080p. Just look at the back of the hatchback in the image.

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