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4K 8MP Full Color IR 2.8mm Fixed Turret Network Security Camera True WDR/ IP67/ H.265+

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4K 8MP Full Color IR 2.8mm Fixed Turret Network Security Camera True WDR / IP67 / H.265+

ENS provides 24/7 vivid colorful images with F1.0 advanced lenses and high-performance sensors. F1.0 super-aperture collects more light to produce brighter images. Advanced sensor technology can vastly improve the utilization of available light.

High-quality imaging with 8 MP resolution
24/7 colorful imaging
Clear imaging against strong backlight due to 130 dB WDR technology
Efficient H.265+ compression technology
Focus on human and vehicle targets classification based on deep learning
Built-in microphone for real-time audio security(-U)
Water and dust resistant (IP67)


  • Housing: Turret
  • Resolution: 4K / 8MP
  • Lens: 2.8mm Fixed
  • Night Vision: Full-Time Color, LED
  • WDR: True WDR
  • Water Resistance Rating: IP67
  • NDAA Compliant: No
  • VCA Features:
  • Hardware Features: Built-in Mic, POE, SD Card
  • Weight: 2.271 lbs
  • Dimensions: 6.299 × 6.693 × 6.693 (inches)

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