The EverFocus HDcctv 1080p Day/Night Bullet Camera has a host of imaging features that makes it well-suited for demanding lighting situations. It uses a 1/2.8" Sony Exmor R 2.1 MP color progressive CMOS sensor to shoot high-quality images. The HDcctv-compliant camera sends video signals without any compression and delay, resulting in delivering real-time 1920 x 1080 or 1280 x 720 HD video over coax for enhanced image detail. A 3-9mm AI varifocal lens lets you see what you desire - either a more detailed view of a smaller area or an overview coverage of a wider area.
Designed for round-the-clock surveillance, the HDcctv Bullet Camera can function in a minimum illumination of 1 lux; when the IR LEDs (effective up to 150' / 45.72 m) are on, it can capture images even at 0 lux. Imaging features such as BLC and Electronic WDR ensure that the bullet camera delivers bright and sharp images in varied lighting situations. The Noise Reduction function digitally corrects video noise to improve picture clarity and helps DVRs improve disk storage utilization.
An in-line OSD control offers an intuitive and convenient interface for easy operation. The weather-proof IP67 rated housing protects the bullet camera from dust and water. Mounting is quick via the 3-axis design that enables you to easily install the bullet camera on a ceiling or wall.
1/2.8" Sony Exmor R 2.1 MP color progressive CMOS sensor for capturing high-quality images
HDcctv compliance for sending video signals without any compression and delay
Real-time 1920 x 1080 or 1280 x 720 HD video over coax for superlative image detail
Field select option allows you to select from 1080i 60/50; 1080p 30/25; 720p 60/50/30/25 video output formats
3-9 mm varifocal AI lens for the desired field-of-view
Minimum illumination of 1 lux / 0 lux (IR LED On) makes the camera suitable for low-light surveillance
IR LEDs effective up to 150' (45.72 m) allow you to capture clear and visible images even in complete darkness
Day/night function with automatic ICR allows switching between color and B&W modes as per changes in the ambient lighting