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The new WJ-RT416 Digital Video Recorder from Panasonic Security Systems of Secaucus, New Jersey, combines high performance and cost efficiency. It offers real-time MPEG-4 recording of 16 cameras using 8 built-in encoders to deliver a total of 480 images per second at full field resolution with 704 x 240 pixels. It allows for extended archiving of video using MPEG-4 compression and on-board storage from 250 gigabytes to 1.5 terabytes. It also provides up-the-coax pantilt-zoom camera support and is IP-ready with the included Net Client software. It is suitable for both standalone and system-based platforms. 826

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Date:Aug 1, 2007
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