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- Precision cabling, reasonable-structured
- A variety of lens options, easy to installation
- Small, flexible and suitable for the use of the premises
- Image Sensor: 1/3" SONY CCD
- Horizontal Resolution: 420TVL
- Video Out: 1.0Vp-p / 75Ω, negative
- Image Size: CCIR: 500 (H) x 582 (V)
- Minimum Illumination: 0.05LUX
- Public Frequency: 2.4GHz
- Channel Frequency: CH1 = 2414MHz / CH2 = 2432MHz / CH3 = 2450MHz / CH4 = 2468MHz
- S/N Ratio: More than 48dB
- Shutter Speed: PAL: 1/50-1/100,000(Sec.)
- White Balance: Auto tracking white balance
- Power Sourcing: 12V±10%DC, 100mA
- Lens Mount: C / CS mount
- Scanning Frequency: 50Hz
- Thermostat System: Build in thermostat system
- Auto Iris Lens: DC/VIDEO selectable
- Operating Temperature: -10℃-50℃ RH 95% Max
- The side of Wireless 2.4GHz 420TVL 1/3inch SONY CCD Gun Camera
- Wireless 2.4GHz 420TVL 1/3inch SONY CCD Gun Camera
CCD Cameras Definition:
Definition of a CCD:
- CCD stands for Charge Coupled Device(s). They are responsible for turning RGB light into electronic RGB signals. They are usually located directly behind the lens of the camera.
Types of CCDs:
- Depending on the quality of the camera, there may be one or multiple CCDs to collect RGB data. Budget consumer cameras usually only have one CCD to process the RGB signal. Higher end cameras may have three or more, one for each Red, Blue and Green signal.
Features of the CCD:
- Multi-CCD cameras are often paired with a beam splitter or prism block which redirects the incoming white light into its respective RGB CCDs. This allows for clearer color definition.
Identification of the CCD:
- A CCD looks like a standard computer chip and it is advisable to take it out occasionally for a gentle cleaning.
Higher Quality CCDs:
- A higher quality CCD may contain millions of pixels to make the image look as vibrant as possible
- 1 x Gun Camera
- 1 x Holder
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- What are the advantages of getting a wireless system?
More than 85% of the hidden spy cameras we sell are wireless. The main reason wireless is the preferred choice of our customers is they're just so easy to set-up and use. No holes to drill in the wall or cords to hide. The hidden camera images are sent to a receiver wirelessly using a 2.4GHz transmitter. To install one of our wireless systems, just hook up the receiver to the TV or VCR you already own, and turn on the camera. In five minutes, you're done.
- Why should I care about camera resolution?
The higher the resolution number, the sharper the image will be. It is determined by the number of horizontal video lines (like 430 or 320 lines) that the camera needs in order to reproduce the desired image. Although resolution is important when considering which camera to purchase, the quality of the cameras components is more important. We only sell high-resolution, name brand cameras, like Toshiba and Sony.
- I need to record in a low-light area. How do I find the right camera?
By looking at the LUX in the product specifications, you can determine the ability of a camera to record in low light. LUX is a standardized measurement of a camera's sensitivity to light. The lower the number, the less light it will take to reproduce a clear image. So if you need to record in low light, you want to get the lowest number possible. Here's what you can expect from a camera with the following LUX levels: A camera that sees down to 1 LUX means it generally has the ability to see an image during early evening hours or just before dusk. A camera with a LUX level of .1 has the ability to see an image in a well lit parking lot, for example. A LUX rating of .05, gives the camera the ability to clearly view an image in a dimly lit area at night. A .05 image can usually enable a camera to actually see better than the human eye at night.