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NEST WANTS TO INTRODUCE SURVEILLANCE CAMERA WITH 4K

2018年12月21日

The current home security cameras can work in full HD at most, but Google subsidiary Nest is now planning a 4K model. This is supposed to make detailed shots possible.

The new Nest surveillance camera has not yet been officially announced. According to a report by Android Police, the camera will film in 4K, but of course this resolution will not be transmitted to the user on the way. Rather, the user can zoom in on the 4K image and only sees 1080p. The camera software should automatically select the image area in which persons are located.
NEST WANTS TO INTRODUCE SURVEILLANCE CAMERA WITH 4K



Alternatively, it should also be possible to display the entire field of view of the camera as a stream, but also only in 1080p format. Android Police founded the limitation with the fact that the camera can only be controlled via WLAN and that a 4K stream is therefore problematic in many environments.

In addition, Nest will integrate some functions of its cloud service Nest Aware into the new surveillance camera. Which functions would then be available to customers free of charge is not known, the report goes on to say. Possibly only the person recognition is affected.

However, the blog only has a few technical details about the new camera. It is supposed to have a USB Type C connection. In addition, an LED ring around the lens should signal the activity of the camera. The design is probably similar to that of the Nest Outdoor Cam, although the new camera is only suitable for use in rooms. It is also more expensive than the company's current models, which are available in Germany from around 200 euros.


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