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4MP 2.8mm Fixed Lens Network Outdoor Turret IP Dome Wired Security Camera White

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The SIP34T3M/28-C has a fixed 2.8mm lens that captures a 111-degree field of view. The camera is enclosed in a white dome housing that is IP67 weatherproof rated. This camera can be installed for indoor and outdoor video surveillance. The built-in IR night vision allows the camera to capture video in normal, low light, and zero light conditions. The infrared distance is rated at 20 to 30 meters. The eye-ball dome/turret style of this camera allows installers to ceiling or wall mount the camera and adjust the angle of view in any direction.

  • Specification Sheet
  • User Manual
  • Features:

    • High-quality imaging with 4 MP resolution
    • Efficient H.265 compression technology
    • Clear imaging even with strong backlighting due to 120 dB WDR
    • Water and dust resistant (IP67)
    • EXIR 2.0: advanced infrared technology with long IR range up to 98ft
    • Support up to 256 GB SD card storage
    • Built-in microphone for real-time audio security

    This ENS IP Security Camera works with: 

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