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- Image Sensor: 1/3"SONY Super HAD CC
- Resolution: 420TVL
- Pixels: PAL:512H×582V NTSC:512H×492V
- Minimum IIIuminaton: 0.5LUX/F1.2
- Scanning System: PAL/NTSC
- S/N Ratio: ≥48dB
- Video Output: 1.0Vp-p/75Ω
- AGC: Auto
- Dacklight Compensation: Auto
- White Balance: Auto
- Focus Mode: Exteroal
- Exposute Mode: EE
- Electronic Shutter: 1/50(1/60)-1/100000sec
- Gamma Correction: 0.45
- Sync System: Intermal Synchronization
- IR Virw Distance: 80-100m
- Lens: C/CS
- Power Supply: DC12V±5%
- Operation Temperature: -20℃-50℃
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- What is the difference between a Wireless Camera and a Wireless Network Camera?
An ordinary Wireless Camera transmits its A/V data via RCA or COAX cable to a monitor or a recording device (either a VCR or DVR). If you want to view this data remotely, you would need to purchase a special kind of DVR that converts the image data to digital output, and has networking software to broadcast this digital data over a network.
Also called "IP Cameras" or "Ethernet Cameras," a Wireless Network Camera transmits its Audio/Video (A/V) signal via standard computer networking CAT5 cable. It has software built-in on its chip that allows anyone on the network to view the A/V data, just like a computer on a network. There is no special software needed to view the camera. You can view the images in an internet browser by pulling up the IP Address assigned to the camera. To record the video, you can use software such as ReCam - Network Camera Monitoring Software on any computer on the network.
- What is the F Stop?
In photography, stops are also a unit used to quantify ratios of light or exposure, with one stop meaning a factor of two, or one-half. The one-stop unit is also known as the EV (exposure value) unit. On a camera, the f-number is usually adjusted in discrete steps, known as f-stops. Each "stop" is marked with its corresponding f-number, and represents a halving of the light intensity from the previous stop.
- What is the difference C or CS Mount?
These are 2 standard cctv camera lens mounts. Their only difference is the the flange focal distance, which is 17.526 mm (0.69 inches) for a C-mount, 12.52 mm for the otherwise identical CS-mount.