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What is matrix size?

A fraction with a dimension in inches characterizes the size of the matrix (1/4, 1/3 and 1/2) for photo and video equipment. The higher the size of the matrix, the higher the image quality. It means. That when the camera's matrix is ½ inch, the image on it will be higher quality than those that have ¼ inch.

Cameras for more accurate images of objects in low light conditions are an order of magnitude higher and in price. A significant role in pricing and increasing prices is played by the high cost of the lens.

What is the difference between an IP CCTV camera and an analog one?
Why switch from analog video surveillance to IP video cameras?
What is a camera lens?
How to get sound along with video from surveillance cameras?
What are CMOS and CCD?
What is camera resolution?The concept of "day / night."
What is the photosensitivity of a matrix?
What is matrix size?
What compression formats do IP cameras use?
What is H.264?
How are IP cameras powered?
What is an IP address?
How to connect an IP video camera to a computer?
How to connect an IP camera to a local network?
How to connect to the IP camera via the Internet?
What is AHD technology?
What are the benefits of AHD technology?
What is a multi-format camera?