Watch wildlife in full broadcast quality. This colour IP camera is perfect for popping outside, plugging into your router and viewing on any device.
The camera gives an impressive 5MP quality with rich colours, night vision and the ability to remotely zoom using the varifocal facility.
- Easy to use and install
- Super high definition
- Motorised lens for remote focus
- Perfect for outdoor filming
- Wildlife watching – Bird feeders, tables and more
- Additional security
- Recording and streaming in full HD
A feature rich, robust camera
This camera is a next generation camera with crystal vision quality. The camera is jam packed with features. The overriding benefit is its superb video quality. It is rare to get the sharpness and clarity with rich colour and clear night vision. The camera has a swivel and tilt bracket allowing you to reposition the camera easily. The camera has raised base so you can pop the connectors in easily and waterproof them too.
Features in general
- Technology: IP digital camera
- Sensor: 5MP IP CMOS sensor
- Day: Colour during the day
- Night: IR at night seeing up 50m away
- Low voltage: 12v with POE
- Transmission: Wired camera. Sends digital signal along a LAN cable
- Connection: RJ45 and DC in
- Audio: No but Mic can be fitted
- Lots more – See techy bit below:
What is included
The camera comes with a well built 5MP camera, swivel and tilt bracket (part of the camera), extended base, instructions
More information - Techy stuff, FAQ's and more - click tabs below to view
- Image Sensor 1/2.9″ Progressive Scan CMOS
- Min. Illumination
- Colour: 0.01 Lux @ (F1.2, AGC ON), 0 Lux with IR
- Colour: 0.014 Lux @ (F1.4, AGC ON), 0 Lux with IR
- Shutter Speed 1/3 s to 1/100,000 s
- Slow Shutter Support
- Day & Night IR Cut Filter
- Digital Noise Reduction 3D DNR
- WDR 120dB
- 3-Axis Adjustment Pan: 0°to 360°, tilt: 0°to 90°, rotate: 0°to 360°
- Vari-focal camera (Can change zoom remotely)
- Focal length 2.8 to 12 mm
- Aperture F1.4
- Horizontal field of view: 88°to 29°
- Vertical field of view: 47.5°to 16.5°
- Diagonal field of view: 103°to 33°
- Lens Mount 14
- IR Range Up to 50 m
- Wavelength 850nm
- Video Compression
- Main stream: H.265+/H.265/H.264+/H.264
- Sub stream: H.265+/H.265/H.264+/H.264/MJPEG
- Third stream: H.265+/H.265/H.264+/H.264 H.264 Type Main Profile/High Profile H.265 Type Main Profile Video Bit Rate 32 Kbps to 16 Mbps Audio Compression G722.1/G711ulaw/G711alaw/G726/MP2L2 Audio Bit Rate 32 to 128kbps
- Behavior Analysis Line crossing detection, intrusion detection, unattended baggage detection, object removal detection
- Face Detection Support
- Region of Interest Support 1 fixed region for each stream
- Max. Resolution 2944 × 1656
- Main Stream 50Hz: 25fps (1920 × 1080, 1280 × 960, 1280×720) 60Hz: 30fps (1920 × 1080, 1280 × 960, 1280×720)
- Sub Stream 50Hz: 25fps (640 × 360, 352 × 288) 60Hz: 30fps (640 × 360, 352 × 240)
- Third Stream 50Hz: 25fps (1920 × 1080, 1280×720, 640 × 360, 352 × 288) 60Hz: 30fps (1920 × 1080, 1280×720, 640 × 360, 352 × 240)
- Image Enhancement BLC/3D DNR Image Setting Rotate mode, saturation, brightness, contrast, sharpness adjustable by client software or web browser Day/Night Switch Auto/Schedule/Triggered by Alarm In
- Network Storage Support Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC card (128G), local storage and NAS (NFS,SMB/CIFS), ANR Alarm Trigger Motion detection, video tampering, network disconnected, IP address conflict, illegal login, HDD full, HDD error, Alarm input, Alarm output Protocols TCP/IP, ICMP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, PPPoE, NTP, UPnP, SMTP, SNMP,IGMP, 802.1X, QoS, IPv6, Bonjour General Function One-key reset, anti-flicker, three streams, heartbeat, password protection, privacy mask,watermark, IP address filter API ONVIF (PROFILE S, PROFILE G), PSIA, CGI, ISAPI Simultaneous Live View Up to 6 channels User/Host Up to 32 users 3 levels: Administrator, Operator and User Client iVMS-4200, iVMS-4500, iVMS-5200 Web Browser IE8+, Chrome 31.0-44, Firefox 30.0-51, Safari 8.0+
- Audio 1 input (line in, 3.5 mm), 1 output (3.5 mm), single track
- Communication Interface 1 RJ45 10M/100M self-adaptive Ethernet port
- Alarm 1 input, 1 output (max. 12 VDC, 30 mA)
- Video Output 1Vp-p composite output (75 O/BNC)
- On-board storage Built-in Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC slot, up to 128 GB
- SVC H.264 encoding supports
- Reset Button Support
- Environment Noise Filtering Support
- Audio Sampling Rate 16 kHz
- Operating Conditions -30 °C to +60 °C (-22 °F to +140 °F), Humidity 95% or less (non-condensing)
- Power Supply 12 VDC ± 25%, PoE (802.3at)
- Terminal block for DC input
- Power Consumption and
- 12 VDC, 1.2A, max. 14.5W
- PoE (802.3at, 42.5V to 57V), 0.1A to 0.5A, max. 16.5W
- Protection Level IP67, IK10
- Material Metal
- Dimensions F144.13×332.73 mm (F5.67″× 13.10″)
- Weight Camera: Approx. 1890 g (4.17 lb.)
How do IP cameras work?
What is it?
IP is short for Internet Protocol. When video is captured, it is send to the viewing device via a digital signal rather than a video/audio signal with dependency on voltage. The mechanism of capturing images is similar, but the big difference is the image can be compressed and viewed on any device anywhere on the same network. But, don’t worry, in order to use IP, you don’t have to be a boffin.
Yes, but what is IP?
IP is a protocol. This is a set of rules on how the data is moved across the network and how it is viewed. Apparently, there are over 8,000 protocols out there. IP is a principle communications protocol. It allows data to be split up and send to the right destination and back again easily and efficiently. It is this flexibility of communication makes image transfer very easy.
Why IP cameras?
IP cameras were first brought to light in 1996 by Axis with their Neteye 2000. Since then, the technology has improved year on year as people and the cost of production has reduced. IP cameras use thetechnology of packet switching. This is where the data is broken up into chunks or packets and travel to the destination independently and the re-glued together at the other end. This means, that a constant open circuit or signal does not have to be open or suffer loss. IP cameras are more successful as they offer higher resolution, more flexibility for recording and viewing anywhere in the world.
Like your home address, every device and computer connected to a network will have a unique number or IP address. Usually this is a set block of four numbers ie 192.168.1.64. When you put a memorable web address into your favourite search engine, the web address is linked to an IP address. The domain name is easier to remember than a set of numbers. IP cameras use this structure connect and transmit the data from the camera to the viewer.
Hope this helps,
If there are any more questions, please feel free to contact us.
FAQ – IP cameras
What is IP stand for?
IP stands for Internet Protocol. Its a fancy name for digital camera.
Why choose IP technology?
IP or analogue is the trade off between price, quality and flexibility. Here are the differences:
IP cameras pluses
Flexible to view
Easier to stream
IP camera minuses
Cost a little more
Some systems may need technical assistance
Analogue camera pluses
Prices can be lower
Analogue camera minuses
Separate power cable needed
Harder to view on platforms
Do I need the internet for IP cameras to work?
No you don’t need the internet. You can just plug your camera into a computer. However, it you want the camera to be view-able on all devices then you need to connect your camera to a router. You only need internet access if you are wanting to view the camera outside your home.
I am non technical. Can I fit an IP camera myself?
Yes, just follow the instructions that come with the system. We pre-configure everything so you can find the camera easily. If you are stuck you can always ask someone you know that has computer knowledge to help you.
How do I view the IP camera on my phone, tablet etc?
Yes, connect your camera to the router. If your phone, tablet etc is connected to the same router you should be able to view the camera. All you do is download the free app.
How is the camera powered?
The camera is powered by either:
- Power supply (POE injector). This pushes the power down the one cable and then the data back to the router
- From a recorder (NVR – Network Video Recorder) The camera is powered from the recorder down the cable and the data is sent back down the same cable to the recorder
How do I see the camera on my device
Once you have connected your camera to a router. You can install an app and search for the camera or if you are viewing on a computer, you can find the camera and then view it.
Wired or wireless IP cameras?
We always recommend going for wired as it can be easier to power and connect. If you want to go wireless, there are a number of options.
- WIFI over mains – As you already have mains wiring, data can be transmitted safely over this. All you do is plug the camera into a special mains adapter/plug. The signal then gets sent across your mains wiring in your house to wherever your router is. You then plug in another adapter and connect this to your router.
- WIFI – We supply a WIFI adapter that plugs into your mains and connects, boosts your existing WIFI.
Beware of camera with built in WIFI as they can have either poor WIFI or hard to connect. The options above give you the best of all worlds.