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Featuring a 1/3" Sony CCD image sensor and a 2.8 to 12mm varifocal lens, the 700 TVL Varifocal IR Bullet Camera from Hikvision provides high resolution video with 700 TVL. With a wide angle of view, pan/tilt adjustments, and True Day/Night coloring, the camera can be used to monitor an outdoor environment with changing light environments like a parking lot or building entrance. The IR LEDs allow the camera to record images up to 98' away, even in total darkness. The onscreen display menu allows you to make quick changes to the recording and light settings of the camera for increasing image sharpness and brightness. The camera can be set to record continuously or can be customized to record only when motion is detected. With up to 12 masked privacy zones, you can block out areas that you don't want to record, like neighbors' property or areas with sensitive information. Housed in an IP66-rated enclosure, the camera is dustproof and waterproof.
700 TVL resolution allows for clear images
DNR settings allows for cleaner images by removing unwanted noise
Day/Night, backlight compensation, and Smart IR create viewable images even in environments with changing light levels
Adjustable white balance creates accurate color depiction
WDR provides increased resolution, saturation, electronic image stabilization, and digital zoom capabilities
Additional enhancements include eclipse, sharpness, brightness, saturation, resolution, electronic image stabilization, digital zoom, mirror, defect pixel correction, auto iris correction, and customized light settings
3-axis rotation for wall or ceiling mounting
Arrange up to 12 masked zones
Motion detection triggered recording
In the Box
Hikvision 700 TVL Varifocal IR Bullet Camera with WDR