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Sony CCD Vari-focal 100ft IR Security Outdoor Camera with 36 LEDs;
1/3" SONY Color CCD 420 TVL & 4-9 mm Vari-Focal lens &36 IR LEDs 100ft Night Vision & Weatherproof Housing & Auto Iris Auto Back Light Compensation
Vari-focal lens, weatherproof, long range night vision, all these industry-leading features are built in this one camera, which make it really a cost-efficient choice for video security applications. The camera can zoom from 4mm lens to 9mm lens to provide you high quality picture with a closer view or a wider angle. Weatherproof housing and 36 IR LEDs enable this camera to work day and time, indoor or outdoor, perfect for home and business security.
Sony Imaging Chip Inside, Crisp & Clear Image with True Color
High quality 1/3" Sony CCD image sensor provides a crisp, clear and consistent image utilizing 420 TV lines of resolution. The camera delivers true color image with no color variation.
36 LEDs, Up to 100ft IR Long Range Night Vision
36 infrared (IR) LEDs activate automatically in low-light or no-light situations to allow you to see up to 30 meters (100feet) away, and deactivate once lighting conditions are brighter.
4-9mm Vari-Focal LensGet a closer view of your monitoring area with a 4-9mm vari-focal lens that manually adjusts to view subjects that are further away and nearby easily. This is beneficial when placing your cameras up high or monitoring areas that are further away.
Metal Shell for Both Indoor & Outdoor Use – Weatherproof
Each camera is constructed utilizing professional grade materials for the housing and a sunshade to help prevent glare, deterioration, and rusting. The cameras can be mounted in virtually any indoor or outdoor setting.
Auto Iris & Auto White Balance & Auto Back Light CompensationWith Auto Iris, Auto white balance and Auto Back light Compensation, the camera will let you enjoy image with qualified brightness, accurate color and consistent light level in different lighting conditions. You can switch from DC or video driven of auto Iris or choose to close or open the auto Iris to adjust the light level.
You can mount this bullet camera on the wall at any positions conspicuous or inconspicuous for the perfect viewing angle.
Connecting to TVs and DVRs
This dome camera can be easily connected to any television, monitor or recording equipment match with BNC video connector or an additional BNC to RCA connector, which is simple, just plug-n-play.( BNC to RCA connector is not included)
Works very well, I would recommend. Review by Patric
Cameras work very well. Only thing is that I wish there was a way for the infrared to be a little clearer. But I would recommend. (Posted on 9/21/13)
Great price, great camera Review by Eddie Williams
Cameras are great, but be aware you will need to buy a power supply.
Power supplies are only a few dollars.
12v. 1000 ma - 1 amp. This thing has a lot of IR lights, don't under power it.
Had a small shipping malfunction, but these guys dove on it and fixed it in world record time.
Sent mail to them yesterday, Late afternoon, My camera was here this morning via FedX..
I thank you guys for stepping up to the plate and fixing that so fast..
Both camera i ordered are working as expected, One vari focus camera , and one long range..
The night vision on these are pretty powerful. Lenses are better than average, and even at 480 lines, the quality is way better than most 480 line camera I have seen.
I install these often, and I think these cameras are as good if not better than Lorex brand cameras with the same lenses. (Posted on 9/4/13)
Good night vision Review by Brian
The night vision is prettty good, but the pics in daylight are grainey. I have zoomed in and out and at 35 feet the pics aren't clear enough to identify a person walking down the road. I guess for the price it is OK. Tried to focus at different zoom distances and just can't get a very good pic over about 30 feet. (Posted on 8/31/13)
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