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4 MP 2.8mm Fixed Bullet Networking IR IP67 True WDR Network Security Camera

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4 MP 2.8mm Fixed Bullet Networking IR IP67 True WDR Network Security Camera

Bullet Networking / Internet Protocol Security Camera (IPC) with build-in Mic, Fixed 2.8mm, 1/3″,4MP@20FPS, EXIR(98ft), True WDR. UL Listed professional surveillance products. Remote viewing from your mobile with ENS Security APP. you can quickly and easily view your security system remotely through your smartphone, tablet, or PC. free download app and no monthly fees.


  • 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
  • Built-in microphone for real-time audio security


  • Series: ENS
  • Camera Technology: IP Camera
  • Resolution: 4MP
  • Style: Bullet
  • Color: White
  • Night Vision: Infrared / IR
  • Night Vision Range: 98ft.
  • WDR: True WDR
  • Motorized Zoom: No
  • Lens Specification: 2.8mm
  • WiFi: No
  • SD Card: No
  • NDAA Compliance: No
  • Audio: No
  • Vandalproof: No

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