The difference between network digital camera and analog camera
The analog camera is generally CCD, and the original maximum is 700TVL. The current ahd, TVI and CVI can achieve 1200 lines, and the camera output is BNC head, which can not be accessed remotely. If remote access is required, the back-end should be connected with DVR Video Storage, and then the analog to digital transmission can be carried out on the network.
The network digital camera is generally called IPC. The common ones are 720p (1 million), 960p (1.3 million), 1080p (2 million), 3 million, 4 million, 5 million, etc. the output interface is RJ45 network interface, which can be connected to the network. The back end can use computers and mobile phones for remote access, or NVR for video storage.