I would like to request the Panasonic as well since it is such a costly offering and generally Panasonic optics are well perceived. It would be interesting to see how it stacks up against the new Axis.
We use Uniview as our budget cameras. We have a quote now where I am spec'ing Axis because I've got no good info on the Uniview and don't have the time/inclination for this quote to test.
I have really liked the Panasonic fisheye and in my testing I find it to be better then the Hanwha in some areas.
Selfishly, I would love to see Hanwha, Axis, Sony, Oncam, and Panasonic make the cut due to our own use of those camera maufacturers.
I know it's a lot of extra work on your end, but the actual user experience in different VMS platforms is a huge decision maker for us when spec'ing 360's. (i.e. dewarping quality, panorama quality, ability to use both camera-side and client-side dewarping, ability to multi-stream) Maybe you could pull together a summary of the user experience in a handful of the top VMS manufacturers?
Will compression effectiveness be included in your test? That's another big decision maker for us due to the stream size of most fisheye cams.
I would like to see test on all in the same arena
comparison and details of performance
video s are great , but like to see bandwidth, and details with test
great Job guys , keep up the good work
Is the Dahua USA model the same as the one on the international website https://www.dahuasecurity.com/products/productDetail/35657 ?
It appears it mightn't be but I am not sure. I would be interested in seeing the results of the new features around more advanced people counting and queue management that is now available in it.
I'd love to see Bosch on there. Their IVA analytic capabilities in a Fisheye camera sounds insane.
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