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TriVision 227-WF vs TriVision NC-239WF

TriVision 227-WF vs TriVision NC-239WF , 4.4 out of 5 based on 5 ratings
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    TriVision 227-WF      TriVision NC-239-WF     
TriVision NC-227WF Wireless IP Security Camera TriVision NC-239WF
   Resolution
720P 1080P
 Frames Per Second   30 15
Night Vision Up to 45 feet Up to 45 feet
LEDs 28 28
Max Memory 64GB 128GB

 

 

Firstly, both of them come with a simple, easy to follow, three-step installation process that will allow every user to install the camera quickly and effortlessly. You do not have to be computer literate to deal with the installation process and besides, both security cams work great with different media players (be it VLC, Quick Time or the traditional Classic Media Player) and they are suitable for iPad, iPhone and Android smartphones.

 
Another feature that these two seemingly distinct security cameras share is the infrared vision – in both cases, the camera has an excellent LED-based night vision that can extend to a distance of up to 45 feet. Also, both webcams are wireless and they can be remotely controlled via a tablet, Ipad or smartphone that uses any of the above-mentioned operating systems.

On the other hand, both cameras come with automatic motion detection feature (that is directly connected to automatic e-mail alerts), but the NC-227WF model comes with an additional feature that is known as the “Multi-Zone Motion Sensor” which can analyze multiple areas at the same time, thus being even more effective against robbers or any other unwanted visitors.

 

 

What Are The Most Notable Differences?

One of the main differences between the TriVision NC-239WF and the TriVision 227-WF is the fact that while the first one has a generous resolution of no less than 1080p (and in high definition), the latter has an overall resolution of only HD 720p. Even so, the TriVision NC227-WF has a considerably longer range of action, which makes it the perfect choice for larger homes.

 

The number of frames per second varies as well: the NC-239WF has only 15 frames per second while its successor has 30 frames per second, meaning that images recorded with the last camera are more likely to move in real time and that the camera in question can record essential details. Otherwise stated, the last version moves twice as fast as its predecessor.

 

The average resolution for the recorded files also varies: the NC-239WF has a resolution of 1920 X 1080 when recording, while the NC227-WF comes with a video compression feature that is especially designed to reduce the bandwidth and the overall storage space by recording at a resolution of 1280 X 720.

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