NTSC

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NTSC

abbr.
National Television System (or Standards) Committee
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The versatile new camera delivers extraordinary detail with up to 1600 TV lines of resolution and switchable formats, from 4K at 50/59.94 Hz, to 1080p and 1080i.
The second technology is called Alter-HD or alternatively 4K video (4K refers to the number of lines of resolution).
Full HD is 1080 lines of resolution, all of them refreshed at least 30 times a second, aka 1080p.
With 720 lines of resolution, the displays will present live and recorded video in true high-definition, with the capability to show multiple zones of content, creating a digital canvas on which to present video, animation, graphics, scores and statistics in unlimited layouts.
The 3863-CR can be assembled with a wide range of gearheads and encoders (up to 1,024 lines of resolution).
Enhanced with an Fmax of 51KHz and up to 102,400 Lines of Resolution, all machinery problems can be captured and easily analysed on the VIBXPERT II large colour screen.
Full HD is (also known as "true HD" and "ultra HD") the 1080p progressive format providing the maximum lines of resolution and best image quality in the HDTV standard," added Modak.