Oculur X2DF 2MP IR Outdoor Mini Dome IP Security Camera

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X2DF
Maximum Purchase:
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  • Oculur X2DF 2MP IR Outdoor Mini Dome IP Security Camera
  • Oculur X2DF 2MP IR Outdoor Mini Dome IP Security Camera
$137.19
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Description

Oculur X2DF 2MP IR Outdoor Mini Dome IP Security Camera

Key Features:

  • 2.1MP,
  • 1920x1080@30fps
  • 2.8mm fixed lens
  • Night Vision up to 100ft (IR LEDs)
  • 3-Axis rotate
  • Built-in MicroSD Card slot, On board storage up to 128GB
  • IP67 Weatherproof,
  • IK10 Vandalproof
  • DC 12V, POE
  • Video Content Analytic
  • ONVIF
  • Motion Detection, Tampering Alarm
  • Digital WDR
  • H.264, MJPEG

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Additional Information

Manufacturer:
Oculur
Product Type:
Cameras
Technology:
Network (IP)
Environmental:
Outdoor
Lens Size:
2.8mm
Lens Type:
Fixed Lens
Max. FPS and Resolution:
30fps at 1080P
Resolution:
2MP
Sensor Size:
1/2.8"
Sensor Type:
CMOS
Camera Style:
Mini Dome
Vandal Proof:
Yes
Weatherproof:
Yes
Camera Style:
Dome
Warranty:
3-year Manufacturer Warranty
Color:
White
Night Vision Range (ft):
100ft
Compression:
MJPEG
Compression:
H.264
Key Features:
Weatherproof
Key Features:
Vandal Proof
Key Features:
SD Card Storage Support
Key Features:
ONVIF
Key Features:
Night Vision (IR)
Key Features:
Motion Detection
Key Features:
Mobile App Support (IOS, Android)
Key Features:
D-WDR
SD Card Support:
Yes
Datasheet:
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7 Reviews

  • 5
    Lane C.

    Dec 5th 2017

    I am entirely satisfied with my purchase of Oculur X2DF though I still think that a motorized camera would have made this device epic against any device out there. Apart from that, the company has done a superb job. The mini dome camera looks pretty sleek indoor sleek design too.

  • 5
    Joe Z.

    Nov 30th 2017

    The 2MP CMOS sensor is outstanding as it works with 2.8mm aperture size. It has the ability to produce 1080p HD output at 30fps. Motion detection feature would have added value to it though. The onboard storage of 128GB is a huge plus and it is weatherproof too so it works in the outdoors too.

  • 5
    Sean P.

    Nov 20th 2017

    I ordered this camera a couple of weeks ago and I am relieved. The most impressive thing about the dome is that it comes with 100 feet night vision because the 2MP camera comes with CMOS censor and 2.8mm aperture. It is capable of producing 1920x1080p at 30 fps plus it rotates on 3-axis as well.

  • 5
    Charles A.

    Nov 8th 2017

    Oculur has come up with an excellent product that comes at a competitive rate. I am a true fan of CMOS sensors and with 2.8mm aperture size and 2 megapixel lens the mini dome is a gem. I had no issues with the quality of visuals generated by this device.

  • 5
    Adam M.

    Nov 2nd 2017

    Good basic security camera from Oculur but I would say that the product is a bit overpriced for me. There is nothing out of the extraordinary about the old combination of a standard 2MP with CMOS and lens size of 2.8mm. The 100 feet night vision feature is a good one though but still not very impressive.

  • 5
    Butch H.

    Oct 16th 2017

    I purchased this gizmo about a couple of weeks ago and it has been working fine. The 2MP Full HD resolution is neat. The company claims that the night vision works at 100 feet but I found that it is good up to 50 or 60 feet, after that the images start to blur and there is too much noise. The CMOS sensor works well in the dark but only in the near field. However, with that being I said it is an excellent product for indoors. Overall a decent device that offers some great basic features.

  • 5
    Darryl U.

    Oct 13th 2017

    A decent looking device that adds to the looks of your indoors. The 2 megapixel camera with 2.8mm CMOS sensor can produce 1920x1080p with the speed of 30fps The IR LED works for up to 100 ft and the camera comes with onboard storage of 128GB too. The 3-axis rotation of X2DF adds to the viewing angle. But the view at 100 feet during night is not that great. At half the distance the company’s claim is fine. There is too much noise in the visuals and the darker the environment gets, the noisier the images turnout.

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