This discreet, aesthetic camera mounts flush in a ceiling or wall. Its easily-painted cover plate blends in with almost all surroundings. The 12MP sensor operating at 30 fps provides full panoramic surveillance with complete area coverage, fine details and high speeds. The camera offers full situational awareness and simultaneous E-PTZ views in high resolution.
The 360° version of the camera, when mounted centrally on a ceiling, gives complete wall-to-wall coverage. The 180° version has a higher effective resolution and is ideal for wall mounting or for ceiling mounting in corridors.
The lens captures a circular image. Our dewarping software transforms this circular image into several different distortion-free rectangular views. To facilitate system integration, you can choose edge dewarping inside the camera or client-side dewarping on an external platform.
The freely available Video Security Client from Bosch provides advanced client-side dewarping features.
Network camera - Helps achieve high-quality video results
Up to 1600 x 1200 video resolution
CMOS sensor is cheaper as compare to CCD and consumes less power while producing better HD videos
1.60 mm maximum focal length with sharp output to help identify and locate the object with added efficiency
HD recording format for stunning, vivid video results with maximum efficiency
Fixed lens type is set all the way open to its lowest F stop, and is common on small form factor cameras
Flush Mount mount type is reliable and allows trouble-free and easy usage
Wired connectivity technology helps you always stay connected to your network camera for maximum productivity
Name: Bosch NFN-70122-F0A FLEXIDOME IP Panoramic 7000 IC 12MP In-Ceiling 360° Dome Camera, 1.6mm Fixed Lens, White, The Bosch Group, Bosch
Category: Bosch, Video Surveillance, IP Cameras, Panoramic Cameras
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