PRLog - Jan. 25, 2010 - The Auto Iris Varifocal Dome Camera has a Sony Super HAD CCD chip. This chip makes the camera very sensitive to light. This makes it the great camera for low-light conditions. It has a built-in auto iris lens. This automatically adjusts with the changes in light. This allows for a stronger image.
The camera, often referred to as the "spy camera" has a manual zoom. It is also equipped with dip switch controls that allow to change various image settings. The resolution is 470 lines with a minimum illumination of .4 Lux. It has 270,000 pixels.
It is available in a black and white version which is wired for plug and play. It is also available in color with plug and play. It is equipped with a 12 volt power supply. This great little dome camera can be assembled on ceilings or walls. It offers an ABS plastic housing which easily opens for servicing which just requires a simple twist of the locking base.
The camera is capable of swiveling a full 360 degrees. The manual focal length lense allows to adjust the viewing angle from a wide angle 70 degree shot to a narrower 35 degrees both with just a simple twist of the lens aperture.
The Auto Iris Varifocal Dome Camera is great to catch the "bad guy," the lazy babysitter, or whatever need the consumer may have. No matter what it is you are looking for - this camera will allow you to catch in on tape.
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