Swann’s latest security system offers 4K cameras

    We’ve all seen that grainy security camera footage on the 6pm news and scratched our heads why its not better quality. Well now that’s all set to change with Swann’s latest top-of-the-line security system feature 4K quality.

    Ready for installation at home or in a business, the Swann 4K Ultra HD Security System (SWNVK-880004) delivers superior video quality. Upgrading to better resolution may sound like a pretty easy task right, just make better cameras. But anyone who’s worked with 4K video understands the challenges of moving that much data around a PC and especially a network, as well as the challenges of storing that.

    Swann’s best ever network video recording system also enables owners to record continuously from 8 channels for 150 days+ onto a 4TB hard drive (expandable to 8TB). Users can then expand to their needs by adding 4x more NHD-880 bullet or NHD-881 dome 4K cameras for full 8 channel monitoring. As you’d expect in 2017, you can tune in live to the cameras remotely from your phone, as well as reviewing the recordings via the free SwannView Plus app for iOS and Android.

    The 8 Channel, 4K Network Video Recorder connects 4 x 4K security cameras that produce 4 times as many pixels (8.29 Megapixels) compared to regular 1080p HD (2.07 Megapixels). The cameras also provide IR cut filters for powerful night vision to 100ft/30m and a weather-resistant rating of IP66 for indoor and outdoor use.

    Delivering state-of-the-art digital imaging technology and smart analytics, the 4K Ultra HD system provides the ability to see crucial details from a long distance. For example, license plates, faces, clothing and physical features are all delivered high enough quality that allows you to zoom in and still identify things in the footage that would otherwise be a blurry pixelated mess.

    Swann’s new line-up of security solutions will be available at authorised retailers globally next month. The RRP varies by region and market, best to head to for more information.

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021


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