12-Camera 1080p Full HD CCTV Bullet CCTV Security Camera System - 2.8mm Lens, Night Vision, True WDR, Weatherproof, LTD8312-B2W
Oculur Security 12-Camera Full HD CCTV Bullet Security Camera System
This Oculur Security Camera System comes with twelve Oculur C2BP HD-CCTV bullet cameras. These HD CCTV cameras come with a fixed 2.8mm lens and 1/2.7″ CMOS sensor delivering 2MP Full HD resolution images. They come equip with True WDR (120dB), providing outstanding images in what are usually difficult lighting or contrasting scenarios. 3DNR technology helps cut down on image fuzz. Smart IR extends night vision to 131ft. IP66 protection standards keep this camera safe from inclement weather conditions, making it suitable for both indoor or outdoor use.
The heart of this system lies in the Oculur CNR162 DVR. It comes in a compact casing perfect for homes or small businesses. Using HD CCTV inputs, it can actually support either standard or HD CCTV cameras, making it a sound addition if you wish to slowly upgrade your surveillance system. It can record from standard definition up to 1080p @ 15fps or 720p @ 30fps. HDMI and VGA video outputs allow for local monitoring on a variety of hardware. It comes with up to 12TB of storage. Alongside H.264 video compression, this DVR is great at handling and efficiently storing large amounts of footage. Additionally, it does have 2 channels of IP camera support.
Key Features of the Oculur C2BP
- 2.8mm motorized lens
- True WDR 120dB
- Support coax protocol
- Support OSD menu
- Night Vision up to 132ft
- IP66 Weatherproof
Key Features of the Oculur CNR162 DVR
- Support HD-TVI, AHD, analog cameras input
- Support 2-ch IP camera input
- Support 1920x1080 non real-time, 960x1080 real-time
- Up to 3950ft transmission over coaxial cable
- Support 2 SATA 6TB HDD each
- Video Content Analytic
Security Camera Systems Features
The fixed length or vari-focal length refers to the ability to adjust the camera’s field of view. The smaller the lens size, the wider the field of view. Fixed lenses will be fixed for the life of the camera but vari-focal lenses can be adjusted to have the best field of view. Vari-focal lenses are two kinds, manual and auto. If you choose manual vari-focal lense, you will need to hold the camera adjust the focal length where as if you choose motorized vari-focal lens, you will be able to perform the same task from your computer. That is the main difference.
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