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- Image Sensor :1/3 Sharp CCD
- Effective Pixels: PAL:512(H)×582(V) NTSC: 512(H)×494(V)
- Sensing Area: 3.6×2.7mm
- Signal System: PAL/NTSC
- Horizontal Resolution: 420TV lines
- Shutter Speed: 1/50(1/60)-1/100,000sec
- White Balance: Auto white balance
- S/N Ratio: More than 48db(AGC OFF)
- Minimum Illumination: 0Lux At Night(LED ON)
- Video Output: 1.0Vp-p,75Ω
- Power Requirement: DC 12V
- Operation Temperature: -10℃~+50℃ RH95％Max
- Sync System: Internal Synchronization
- Video Out :BNC
- Dimensions: Φ100×65mm
- LED Number: Φ5 12PCS
- Infraed Lamps: 10m
- 1 x STD-2042C Digital Day & Infrared Dome CCD Camera
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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 camera format?
Refers to the size of the imaging sensor. Common formats are 1/4", 1/2", 1/3", 2/3", and 1". The size of the sensor directly affects the field of view obtained. When using the same size lens on different format sensors, different viewing areas are obtained. For example, using a 6 mm lens on a 1/3" sensor will give you a 37 degree field of view. Using the same lens on a 1/2" sensor will increase the field of view to 56 degrees and 74 degrees on a 2/3" sensor. It is important to make sure you have a lens that was designed for at least the size of your sensor. For instance, you can use a 1" format sensor on a 1/3" camera, but you cannot use a 1/3" lens on a 1" camera. If you use a lens designed for a smaller format camera, the image will be vignetted. Also, by using a lens designed for a larger format sensor, the field of view will be greater than what is specified.
- I want to put video from video camera to my computer, what shoule i do?
If your camera has a firewire port, using that should work, if not on that program then another one. Windows Movie Maker or iMovie for Macs are two very easy programs to use, and from there you can take the recorded file into a different program.