942 Tests

IPVM delivers the world's most comprehensive security and video surveillance tests, featuring video screencasts, quality comparisons, and break downs of strengths and weaknesses.

Testing Vitamin D Video Analytics Software

With significant tech blog coverage, Vitamin D has generated widespread interest in using their video analytics. Two of the most commonly cited...

By Scott Oie - over 11 years ago

Testing LuxRiot VMS (Version 1.7)

As video management software matures, complaints increase about its high price. Even a small deployment of 16 cameras in a single site can cost...

By Benros Emata - over 11 years ago

Testing Sony's HD Camera (SNC-CH140)

Sony is well known and respected in the consumer market for its electronic products. The question, though, is how well does that carry over into...

By Scott Oie - over 11 years ago

Megapixel Camera Comparison 2010

Megapixel cameras are clearly 'hot' - the fastest growing segment in the industry for multiple years now. Which should you use? What makes one...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing HikVision's IP Camera 2010

Hikvision is one of the fastest growing video surveillance manufacturers in the world. Already a leader in their home market of China, Hikvision...

By Benros Emata - over 11 years ago

Testing DVTel's Latitude 6.0 VMS Software

One of the key selling points for IP Video software is its greater scalability, flexibility and advanced functionality compared to traditional...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing IQinVision's 4 Series and PSIA Integration

IP camera standards are a hot topic. Determining how, when and with whom these 'standards' will work are key questions. IQinVision was the first...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Panasonic's Megapixel Camera (WV-NP502)

In this test, we examine's Panasonic WV-NP502 [link no longer available] megapixel camera. The camera provides a number of advanced features...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Videofied's Video Security System

Videofied has gained significant attention for tightly integrating video monitoring/recording into an intrusion detection system. The most commonly...

By IPVM Team - over 11 years ago

Testing AvaLAN's Wireless Video Surveillance

Wireless IP video surveillance has plenty of hype (claims of 300 Mb/s city wide meshes) and also significant challenges (repeated deployment...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing OnSSI's NetDVMS and Ocularis Client Lite

OnSSI, one of the most well known VMS providers, gained significant attention with their 2009 announcement of the Ocularis 'platform' [link no...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Exacq's VMS Software (exacqVision 3.7)

Exacq provides VMS software and multiple lines of DVR/NVR appliances. While not as well known as some VMS providers, we regularly hear positive...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing LILIN's PTZ (IPS-2124) and ONVIF Integration

Merit LILIN was the first manufacturer to announce production support for IP camera 'standards' - specifically ONVIF's protocol. In January 2009,...

By Scott Oie - over 11 years ago

Testing Axis's Q1755 HD Surveillance Camera v. 2

This report shares extensive test results, video clips and training screencasts on the Axis Q1755 HD camera. The goal is to educate on how the...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Milestone XProtect Enterprise VMS Software (6.5f)

Milestone is one of the most used and well-known Video Management Software providers, with 4 VMS versions. Of them, Milestone XProtect Enterprise...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Using Virtual Machines to Test VMS Systems

If you want to try out new software, like VMS, and are concerned about creating problems with your PC, you should certainly use Virtual...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Canon's PTZ Camera (VB-C60)

While megapixel cameras are hot, PTZs remain an important part of video surveillance deployments. Probably the most frequently mentioned product of...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Oncam Grandeye's Panoramic Cameras (IPC)

For almost a decade, panoramic surveillance cameras have been promised as a 'next big thing' but has yet to meet its potential. In that last few...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

How Exposure Impacts Low Light Video Surveillance

Exposure, and the tricks manufacturers play with exposure, are key to accurately and fairly assessing low light performance of cameras. For...

By IPVM Team - over 11 years ago

Testing Pelco's Sarix Megapixel Cameras (IXE20DN)

While Pelco is a leader in analog surveillance cameras, they are not even in the top 10 for 2008 global network camera sales. Pelco aims to rectify...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Sanyo's HD Surveillance Camera (VCC-HD4000)

Sanyo is making an aggressive push into the IP video surveillance market introducing a broad line of HD cameras [link no longer available] in 2009....

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Basler's Megapixel Cameras (BIP-1300/1600)

Basler is a recent entrant into the IP video surveillance megapixel market. Leveraging its extensive expertise in machine vision [link no longer...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Avermedia's Hybrid DVR (EH5216+)

Hybrid DVRs make the transition to IP simpler. Plus, if the units are close in price to entry level analog only DVRs, the case is easier even for...

By Scott Oie - over 11 years ago

Testing EzWatch's Analog CCTV Kit

The future may belong to IP but the present is still dominated by analog cameras. In this report, we test one of the least expensive analog CCTV...

By Scott Oie - over 11 years ago

Broad Product Offering Released / Test Results Examined

Sanyo has announced a broad range of new products [link no longer available] that expands them from just the single VCC-HD4000 [link no longer...

By John Honovich - almost 12 years ago

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