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sdc100 wrote:According to the description, this can record at 120fps (at 352x240). Surveillance systems usually record at low frame rates to save space (hence the jerky motion). What possible reason is there to record at 120 fps? If 24-30fps is fine for a normal movie, why isn't it enough for surveillance?
That would be 120 fps across all four cameras (120 fps/4 cameras = 30 fps per camera). This is a typical specification method across the industry.
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