Avigilon H3 Series 1 and 2 Megapixel Cameras

Author: Ethan Ace, Published on Jun 11, 2012

Not too long ago, Avigilon introduced its first 1 and 2MP H.264 camera line. Now, Avigilon has released a new series of 1 and 2MP cameras, begging the question of what it is new with this release, how it compares and what happens to the existing one. In this note, we answer all three of these questions.

Overview

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