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- CCD Type: 1/4"Sharp super HAD CCD
- Pixels: PAL:512H x 582V NTSC:512H x 492V
- Scanning System: PAL/NTSC
- Horizontal Resolutaon: 420TVL
- Minimum IIIuminaton: 0.5LUX/F1.2
- S/N Ratio: ≥48dB
- Video Output: 1.0Vp-p/75Ω
- AGC: Auto
- Dacklight Compensation: Auto
- White Balance: Auto
- Exposute Mode: EE
- Electronic Shutter: 1/50(1/60)~1/100000sec
- Gamma Correction: 0.45
- Sync System: Intermal synchronization
- Lens: 3.6mm
- Power Supply: DC12V±5%
- Operation Temperature: -20℃-50℃
- 1 x Camera
- 1 x User Manual
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- How does lens size affect distance and field of view?
A smaller lens value will show a shorter viewing distance and a wide field of view. A larger lens value will allow for a longer viewing distance but a narrower field of view.
- 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 BLC "BackLight Compensation"?
Many cameras included a BLC circuit. This circuit is used to help correct an image with more light behind the subject being viewed. Without backlight compensation, the subject appears dark with little detail. Using backlight compensation will reduce the brightness of the light to allow the subject to appear brighter and bring out the details.