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Not exactly. The recorded "Clear" video remains at full resolution (4,096x2,784 pixels). I downloaded a motion capture, opened it with VLC Media Player, zoomed in, and got a similar result. "Zooming" on the Windows Client does not create pixels. My native Windows PC screen resolution is 1,920x1,080 so that very detailed 12MP picture is scrunched (is that a word?) to fit the screen. I agree completely that it is not nearly as easy to "zoom" with a motion capture as a live video.
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I'd also like to make a suggestion. I'm sure your company is always developing new products. Although the Argus PT is fairly new, for your next model in this family, I'd suggest you give it two antennas and the ability to form two spacial data streams, instead of one. It would make receiving and transmitting data much easier for the chipset, which current struggles to maintain stream integrity at full resolution with just one spacial data stream. I have no doubt the energy budget for two spatial data streams might be a concern, but hopefully the improvement in chipsets can help offset that.