Samsung Techwin America unveiled an HD-SDI 1920 by 1080p box camera, an HD-SDI 1920 by 1080p dome camera, and a four-channel HD-SDI DVR. HD-SDI (high-definition serial digital interface) is a broadcast industry standard that is used to transmit high-definition images digitally over an analog infrastructure. The HD-SDI technology enables transmission of uncompressed and non-packetized digital video signals without loss of image data and zero latency when viewing. The SCB-6000 box camera and the SCD-6080 dome camera each feature 1080p resolution and can be integrated into existing standard-definition video surveillance systems. True day/night (ICR) functionality and SSNRIII (3D + 2D) technology add to the cameras’ application flexibility and performance features. The full HD 1920 by 1080p cameras offer RS-485 and 24 VAC or 12 VDC capability. The SCD-6080 dome camera features a 3 – 8.5mm (2.8X) lens while the SCB-6000 box camera can accept a manual or DC auto-iris lens with C or CS mount. The Samsung four-channel SRD-480D DVR delivers real-time recording at 720p HD resolution for each channel with 1080p full HD resolution recording support. In addition to H.264 compression technology, the SRD-480D features a de-interlace function to help delineate the edges of moving objects. Audio can be recorded on all four channels and the SATA HDDs (up to 2TB per) allow DVD-RWs and USB devices to be used for archiving.