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- Image Sensor: 1/4inch SONY CCD
- Signal Format: PAL / NTSC
- Effective Pixels: PAL:512(H) x 582(V); NTSC:512(H) x 494(V)
- Horizontal Resolution: 420 TV Lines
- Minimum Illumination: 0.5LUX/F1.2
- S/N Ration: >48dB
- Video Output Amplitude: 1.0Vp-p/75Ω
- Automatic Gain Control: Auto / Manual
- White Balance: Auto Tracking
- Backlight Compensation: Auto / Manual
- Exposure Mode: Electronic Exposure
- Electronic Shutter: 1 / 50 (1 / 60) - 1 / 100000 sec
- Gamma Correction: 0.45
- Synchronization: Internal synchronization
- Lens: 3.6mm/4mm/6mm/8mm/12mm/2.8mm (Optional)
- Power Requirement: DC12V±5%
- Dimension: 32 x 32mm / 1.26 x 1.26in
- 1/4inch SONY CCD 420TVL 0.5Lux/F1.2 Color Camera Main Board
- This Color Camera Main Board is ideal for use with video input on a monitor or television
- High quality material makes the CCD Camera Board durable and reliable for long time use
What is a Board Camera?
- A board camera is the most basic component of any camera you see on this website or others. Board cameras are the "guts" of any camera system whether it be a dome camera, a CCTV Box camera, micro camera, hidden camera, spy camera, plus many more. These cameras are perfect for the person wanting a custom security camera
- Usage tips
- Board cameras have a variety of uses, depending on your wants and needs. In most cases, though, they are mounted in order to work as spy or hidden cameras. As long as you know exactly what to do with a board camera, you'll be able to choose one (or a few) that has the features that will work best for you
- The most basic thing you should consider regarding a board camera or any camera for that matter is the lens. The lens is pre-mounted on a board camera and the iris is usually fixed. That means you cannot zoom in or out without an additional device or accessory. Lenses can also be pinhole type or full
- Pinholes, like their name suggests, are small lenses and are perfect for use as spy cameras. You can mount these on a table clock, a lamp, a baseball cap or even a teddy bear. Full lenses are bigger and will work well on dome or mini cameras to complete your surveillance system
- If you plan to use a pinhole cameras board camera for surveillance, you have an option as to whether you prefer to view activities in black and white or color. There are also lenses that afford you low-light viewing, usually indicated as a low Lux count. A good Lux count would be at least 0.05, although there are others that can go as low as 0.0003. The low number means that the board camera lens will still work in near total darkness. Resolution is also a key feature to look into when considering board camera usage. Videos of activities are much easier to view if the images are crisp and sharp
- 1 x 1/4" SONY 420TVL CCD Camera Main Board
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• If the order has not been shipped; please contact DinoDirect Live Support for order cancellation.You will get your refund within 24 hours.
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- Would a "Color" or "B/W" camera and monitor be best ?
This decision depends on two factors:
1. If the locations being viewed are in low lit areas, such as outdoors, dim restaurants, and dimly lit warehouses, we suggest you use B/W. If the viewing areas are well lit, then color would be accceptable. The reason is that B/W cameras can produce good quality image in low light conditions, but color cameras need more light for a good image. B/W cameras can also utilize the addition of "Infrared Illuminators" to augment viewing in low light conditions. Color cameras cannot use infrared illuminators.
2.If you simply need to see that a customer is at a counter, but you're not concerned about the color of his/her outfit, then a B/W system would be adequate. If you're concerned that this same person may need to be identified by the color of his/her outfit or car, then a color system should be used.
- What is a camera's format?
Camera formats are measured in inches: most surveillance cameras fall between 1/4" and 1". This refers to the usable image size created inside the camera. For most security systems, a small size is fine - 1/4" or 1/3" surveillance cameras dominate CCTV sales. Larger formats do not necessarily result in better images, but can be advantageous in dimly lit situations since they are able to gather more light.
- Why is Focal Lens important?
If you're looking for a security camera for the office or warehouse and you want to see as much as you can, you should look for a 2.8 or 4mm lens (provides a wide, somewhat distant view). If you need to observe a limited area, such as an entrance, you should choose an 8mm lense (provides a narrow view and objects are closer). In other words, the smaller the focal length number, the wider the field of view. To get the most flexibility in choosing the best field of view, consider a varifocal lens.