Defenders Of Peace 720p
AXIS Q6074-E offers HDTV 720p resolution that delivers superior video quality and 30x optical zoom for excellent details. It features Axis Lightfinder 2.0 which captures low-light images with more saturated colors and sharper images of moving objects. And, Zipstream with support for H.264 and H.265 preserves all the important forensic detail you need, while significantly lowering bandwidth and storage requirements.
Defenders of Peace 720p
This unit collects the same metadata as the other Wildgame Innovations models: logo, time, date, moon cycle, and image number for still photos, and logo, date, and time for videos. And, like its brethren, it records 15-second, 720p videos without audio.
1 megapixel (MP) resolution and above is considered high definition and is 720p. 2MP resolution is equivalent to full HD 1080P. An 8MP camera produces up to 4K ultra HD video. The higher the megapixel count of the camera, the sharper the image.
On 11 May 1943, units from 17th Infantry, of Maj. Gen. Albert E. Brown's 7th U.S. Infantry Division made amphibious landings on Attu to retake the island from Japanese Imperial Army forces led by Colonel Yasuyo Yamasaki. Despite heavy naval bombardments of Japanese positions, the American troops encountered strong entrenched defenses that made combat conditions tough. Arctic weather and exposure-related injuries also caused numerous casualties among U.S. forces. After two weeks of relentless fighting, however, American units managed to push the Japanese defenders back to a pocket around Chichagof Harbor.