Sony 28 Megapixel Vandal-Resistant 49 ft IR Network IP Mini-dome Security Camera


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  • Excellent 1080p HD picture quality, supporting H.264 at 30 fps
  • 3 Megapixel (1920 x 1440) maximum resolution
  • Three codecs (H.264, MPEG-4, JPEG) and dual streaming capability
  • The Exmor CMOS sensor incorporated to deliver high image quality and low noise

    Built-in IR (Infrared) illuminators to assist capturing objects in the dark even under 0 lux, up to 49 feet (15 m) away. IP66-rated waterproof and dust-tight feature for outdoor surveillance, or indoor where water ingress may pose an issue. IK10-rated vandal-resistant feature to protect the camera from destructive behaviors. Easy Focus / Easy Zoom functions for easy installation. Optical Day/Night function to switch to Day or Night mode depending on the light level. Recording software (RealShot Manager Lite) is bundled to start recording and monitoring instantly.

    Stream Squared function to send two 4:3 aspect ratio videos in user-selectable resolutions up to SD simultaneously (Low-cost solution to replace two SD cameras located in a line). Intelligent Motion Detection that supports DEPA analytics. Equipped with a phono jack to instantly monitor the video while installing the camera. Powered by PoE (Power over Ethernet) for simple installation. Equipped with a built-in heater for continued camera operation in cold weather supported (-22 degree F to +122 degree F/-30 degree C to +50 degree C).

    ONVIF Software (Open Network Video Interface Forum) software that ensures greater interoperability and more flexibility in building multiple vendor systems.

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