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The B415 2MP 1080p Outdoor Network Bullet Camera from ACTi utilizes a 1/2.8" progressive scan CMOS sensor with a 4.7-94mm lens to capture video at a resolution of up to 1920 x 1080 at 60 fps. Its 27 onboard IR LEDs enable it to capture clear images up to a distance of 131’, even in complete darkness. It also features basic WDR (Wide Dynamic Range), Superior Low Light Sensitivity (SLLS), and a mechanical IR cut filter. H.264 and MJPEG compression allow for optimal usage of network and storage resources. Thanks to its IP67-rated weatherproof and IK-10 vandal-proof metal enclosure, the B415 camera can be installed outdoors and in high-risk areas.
2MP with Full 1080p resolution
Day & night with SLLS (Superior Low Light Sensitivity) and adaptive IR LED
20x zoom lens with 4.7-94mm / f/1.6-3.5, DC iris, and auto focus
Extreme WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) (145 dB)
Mechanical IR cut filter
60 fps at 1920 x 1080
IP67 weatherproof and IK10 vandal proof metal casing
In the Box
ACTi B415 2MP 1080p Outdoor Network Bullet Camera with 20x Zoom Lens and Night Vision
60 fps at 1920 x 1080; 60 fps at 1280 x 720; 30 fps at 640 x 480; 30 fps at 320 x 240
Simultaneous triple streams based on video configurations
128 kb/s to 12 Mb/s (per stream)
Bit Rate Mode
Extreme WDR (145 dB) White Balance: Automatic, hold, and manual Brightness, contrast, defogging, sharpness (auto), auto gain control, 2D+3D digital noise reduction, flickerless, defogging, digital image stabilizer
20 configurable regions
User-defined text on video
Image flip and mirror
Built-in: Object-based motion detection, tamper, shock detection, line crossing, enter area, missing object, unattended object
Video motion detection (3 regions); External device through digital input; Sound detection
Notify control center; Change camera settings; Command other devices; Email notification with snapshots; Save video or snapshot to local storage; Upload video, snapshot to FTP server; Activate external device through digital output