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Hi, It looks like I have made a very expensive mistake. I bought an XNV-8081Z camera that can Pan, Tilt and Zoom, but apparently isn't a PTZ camera. I bought it hoping to utilise features such as auto-tracking, autorun, swing, tour, and trace functions. According to this article, I have bought a PTRZ camera and what Hanwha support call, a "static" camera. To the less-informed, could anyone tell me why a manufacturer would go to the expense of making a camera P, T, Z'able but not enable such features? Is there a difference in the components used and what is the market for such a camera? Are there any "hacks" that will enable the features I require or is it destined for file 13? For background, after contacting Hanwha, I understand I shouldn't have been sold this camera as I am not a "CCTV Installer" and as it was sold supply-only, I have no support. Many thanks
I've been tasked with setting up a CCTV system design that includes 6 outdoor IP based cameras (Wisenet XNV8040R), an NVR with PoE, and 7 monitors. The monitor setup should have 1 master station and 6 sub stations with each having a different individual view. I'm a bit unsure how to set this up, I was planning on using a VGA splitter before, but that would forego the individual views at least using the Wisenet XRN-1610S. Is there any way to implement a Matrix Switcher-like solution if I am using an NVR? Thanks in advance.