What is NTSC camera?

What is NTSC camera?

NTSC stands for National Television Standards Committee. NTSC delivers 525 scan lines, 30 frames per second and has a 60-Hz grid frequency. NTSC is used primarily in North America, part of South America and in Japan. Stoneridge-Orlaco supplies camera systems that support both the PAL and NTSC standards.

Which is better PAL or NTSC CCTV?

The PAL standard requires two decoders to display video, whilst NTSC only requires one. It is said that NTSC is less accurate in displaying colour, but more efficient when it comes to power usage. So, whether you use PAL or NTSC, will entirely depend on your preference and geographical location.

What is PAL and NTSC in CCTV?

NTSC is used with a fps of 60i or 30p whereas PAL generally uses 50i or 25p; both use a high enough frame rate to give the illusion of fluid motion. This is due to the fact that NTSC is generally used in countries with a utility frequency of 60 Hz and PAL in countries with 50 Hz, although there are many exceptions.

How do I know if my camera is PAL or NTSC?

Another way to tell if a video is PAL or NTSC is to play the tape in a VCR. If you have an NTSC compatible VCR, then NTSC tapes will play normally whereas PAL tapes will be distorted, and vice versa.

How can I change my CCTV camera from NTSC to PAL?

Switching NTSC/PAL

  1. Press the MENU button.
  2. Press the UP button or DOWN button to select (Camera Settings) – / (Switching NTSC/PAL), then press the REC/ENTER button. (Switches the TV system of the camera from NTSC to PAL)
  3. Press the UP button or DOWN button to select (execute), then press the REC/ENTER button.

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