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8MP Turret 2.8mm Fixed Lens IP Network Security Camera IR H.265+ IP67

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SIP48T4ML-28-UD 8MP Turret 2.8mm Fixed Lens, IP Network Security Camera, IR, H.265+ Water and Dust Resistant (IP67)

The SIP48T4ML-28-UD is an 8MP dual illumination fixed turret network camera that delivers high quality imaging with 130 dB WDR technology and smart dual-light. It features a built-in microphone, a microSD card slot, and a 2.8 or 4 mm fixed focal lens.

This camera supports H.265+ compression, deep learning functions, and various smart events. It can detect human and vehicle targets, and trigger alarms accordingly. It is also IP67 rated for water and dust resistance, making it suitable for outdoor applications.

  • High quality imaging with 8 MP resolution
  • Smart Dual-Light: advanced technology with long range
  • Clear imaging against strong back light due to 130 dB WDR technology
  • Efficient H.265+ compression technology
  • Focus on human and vehicle classification based on deep learning
  • Built-in microphone for real-time audio security
  • Water and dust resistant (IP67)

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