As the demand for improved security and more sophisticated surveillance equipment increases, Oz CCTV Security continues to lead the way delivering a quality range of security solutions for Melbourne homeowners and businesses. It’s the 21st century, and in this era of high-definition imagery and real time vision, you expect our home and workplace security systems to perform like 21st century security systems. That’s why we’re proud to offer our state-of-the-art full HD 1080 CCTV package. Loaded with features to make your property as secure as possible, there’s no better time than now to discover this ground-breaking security system package for yourself.
For 20 years, the team at Oz CCTV Security has delivered effective security and surveillance solutions for Melbourne homes and businesses, always staying ahead of the curve when it comes to new and emerging technologies. We have always strived to provide the highest standards of service coupled with the very best products to offer solutions that give you complete peace of mind. For more information about our full HD CCTV package for your home or business, call us on 0476 376 894 or contact us online.
With Lifetime Warranty on all Hardware and Labour.We’ll nurture your CCTV system for LIFE, Install once and never have to worry about it again.
This Package is a High Definition Surveillance Package with Infrared Night Vision which turns night into day.
System Installed to Mobile Phones/Smart Devices for Worldwide Remote Monitoring (APPLE OR ANDROID).
Screen not included – can be connected to your TV that must be HDMI capable.
A live internet connection on the property is needed to enable remote monitoring and a vacant power point inside your roof cavity is needed to connect system.
The full HD CCTV package offers crystal clear 1080P resolution, bettered only by 4MP IP security camera systems. This system offers a wealth of security enhancing features such as:
PLEASE NOTE: The full HD 1080P CCTV package does not come with its own screen, but the system can be connected to a HDMI compatible television or installed onto any Apple or Android compatible smartphone or device.
This price is limited to single storey houses with tiled roofing. An extra fee of $200 is charged for double storey properties and an extra fee of $150 is charged for houses with colour bond metal roofing.Package Price
Analog camera and digital cameras both co-exist in current market. With rapid development of new technologies, both cameras become affordable. 960H, 720P and 1080P are different resolutions for security cameras. Today, we are going to provide some simple information about these different resolutions.
960H firstly was introduced by Sony Corporation, which has been dominated in analog video surveillance field for decades. Sony specializing in designing and manufacturing the CCD image sensor and image signal processor (ISP). Dated back to 2009, the company introduced its “Effio” series ISP and 960H CCD image sensor. Based on “Effio” ISP and 960H CCD, the analog cameras can deliver over 650TVL resolutions.
Last year, the company released Effio-V and Effio-A new image signal processor which enable camera to deliver over 700TVL horizontal resolution. Horizontal resolution represents the level of detail in the horizontal direction of the video. A larger number indicates higher definition video.
As you know, video recording requires front capture device – security cameras, and the recording devices. To setup a 960H video surveillance system, you need to use 700TVL analog cameras and 960H DVRs. 960H DVRs can enable users to record the video with resolution of 960×480 (NSTC)/960×582 (PAL)
720P is also called half HD. It’s one of HDTV broadcasting standards, and 720P resolution has a 1280×720 resolution. Compared with 960H resolution, 720P resolution is an increase in the number of pixels of nearly 50% which resulting in significantly enhanced picture quality. In today’s analog HD technologies such as HD-CVI, HD-TVI, they adopt progressive scan CMOS image sensor to deliver 720P resolution. 720P resolution can display in 16:9 wide screen HDTV equipment.
1080P is another HDTV broadcasting standard which also called full high-definition (HD). 1080P has a resolution of 1920×1080 (2.1MP) with aspect ratio of 16:9. 1080P image resolution is two times larger than 960H, and one time larger than 720P resolution.
In a nutshell, among these different standards, 1080P is the highest resolution. We recommend user to buy the 1080P resolution analog/IP cameras, which can allow you to capture high clarity images and fit your HDTV equipment.