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The white EZ930W 720p Analog HD True Day/Night Outdoor IR Bullet Camera from EverFocus is equipped with 1/2.8" SONY 1.37 MP CMOS sensor to deliver resolution of 720p. It features digital WDR for providing clear color images in bright or unbalanced lighting scene conditions. In addition, it also features true day/night mode. The camera comes with 80 IR LED illuminators to help the camera to capture images in dark conditions. This EZ analog camera supports both NTSC and PAL. The selection can be made via the built-in OSD.
Resolution of 720p with 1/2.8" SONY 1.37 MP CMOS sensor
Varifocal 2.8 to 12mm DC iris lens to capture the desired field of view
80 IR LEDs to achieve illumination range of 115' (depending on scene IR reflectivity)
D-WDR to improve the visibility under high contrast scene
Provides 3D noise reduction which ensures less blurry moving subjects, vivid and high SN ratio images even under low light environments
Support 720p & 960H analog signal output, which can be easily switched by OSD
The flexible angle viewing with its 3-axis rotation design allows wall or ceiling mounting
Internal wire system with anti-cut bracket
Weather resistant IP66 and built-in heater
In the Box
EverFocus 720p Analog HD Day/Night Outdoor IR Bullet Camera with 2.8 to 12mm Lens (White)
DC Power Pigtail Cable
Limited 3-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
1/2.8" Sony 1.37 MP COMS
NTSC/PAL (can be switched via OSD)
Effective Pixels (H x V)
1280 x 720
0 lux wit IR LED On
Over 48 dB (AGC off)
Auto / Manual (30 to 1/50,000) / Flicker
BNC 1 Vpp 75Ω
2.8 to 12mm DC iris with ICR
OFF / BLC / HS BLC selectable
AGC (Automatic Gain Control)
0 to 15 levels
ATW / AWC-SET / Indoor / Outdoor / Manual / AWB
Ext, auto, color, B/W
IR LED Range
Up to 115' (35 m) depending on scene IR reflectivity