2megapixel Ip Camera
Description: 1080P IP cameras are network based surveillance cameras that utilize a digital signal to send video, audio, power and data over a single network cable such as CAT5e or CAT6. This coupling of audio/video/data/power makes them a preferred choice for professional security installers...
1080P IP cameras are network based surveillance cameras that utilize a digital signal to send video, audio, power and data over a single network cable such as CAT5e or CAT6. This coupling of audio/video/data/power makes them a preferred choice for professional security installers looking to simplify a security camera system. It is important to note that video signal transmission over a network cable is limited to 328ft, and requires a PoE extender for longer cable runs. These 1080p security cameras use a 2 megapixel (2MP) CMOS image sensor to produce vibrant and clear HD video equivalent to Blu-ray quality. The HD video captured by these cameras allows for facial recognition up to 30ft at a wide 80 degree viewing angle. Also recorded video can be magnified to look at objects of interest. 1080p security footage is 225% larger in size compared to analog D1 or 960H resolution. For customers looking for affordable cameras and without any networking knowledge, we recommend HDCVI cameras as they are plug and play, require no configuration, and are very affordable.
2 MP Progressive Scan CMOS Image Sensor
H.264+, H.264 Video Encoding
Dual Video Streams
1080p (1920 x 1080)
3.6mm Fixed Lens
Up to 100ft of infrared night vision
DWDR, IR Cut Filter (ICR), 3D Noise Reduction
IP67 Weather Proof for outdoor use
12VDC or PoE
Electronic Shutter Time
1/50(1/60)s to 1/10,000s
Color/ B&W (IR-CUT )
Saturation/Brightness/Contrast /Sharpness, Mirror, 3D NR , White Balance, BLC
3 Rectangular Zone
Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, English, Bulgarian, Polish, Farsi, German, Russian, French, Korean, Portuguese, Japanese, Turkish, Spanish, Hebrew, Italian
3.6MMFixed lens, Option lens: 2.8mm, 6mm,12mm add USD1 1.8MM add USD2(HAVE BLACK CORNER)
IR Power On
CDS Auto Control
IPv4, HTTP, TCP/IP, FTP, NTP, RTSP, UDP, SMTP, DNS, DDNS
Support ONVIF 2.0
YES, Support QR Code
Optional, Support IEEE 802.3af
0.3S (Within the Lan)
iPhone, iPad, Android, Android Pad
IR Cut Filter
-10℃ ~ +50℃ RH95% Max
-20℃ ~ +60℃ RH95% Max
1. What's is WDR ?
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) is a term used in the surveillance camera industry to refer to High Dynamic Range Imaging.
2.What is infrared camera?
Infrared camera is mainly used for the specific demand and night surveillance, with special emphasis on monitoring the night, and the environment with low light scene. The general Infrared distance range is 20-100 meters or so.
3.How many hours of video can the Security DVR store?
The length of archive depends on number of cameras, frames per second (FPS) and amount of available hard disk space.?
4.What is Back Light Compensation?
Back Light Compensation?is a term which describes the mechanism by which an IP camera can compensate?for?back light?by enhancing automatic exposure control on the camera. Take, for instance, this scene. A person walks into a dimly lit room with a flashlight or torch and shines this?light?directly into the camera.
5. What is the current mainstream network video surveillance products?
Network camera (IPCAM), network video recorder (NVR).
6. What's the OSD Menu for security camera?
OSD means on-sreen display, it's a menu system for TV, Monitor...etc.
Now many companies are providing high resolution security camera which contain the OSD menu.
7. What's the functions of OSD ?
Using the OSD menu, you can adjust various of settings of security camera including exposure, white balance, back light compensation, day & night selection, Motion, privacy...etc.