The FLEXIDOME IP starlight 8000i - 4MP X series camera offers a 1/1.8" sensor, starlight X and HDR X technology at 4.1MP resolution. It provides the perfect balance between high resolution and extreme low-light sensitivity with starlight X technology, ensuring highly detailed images even in the most challenging situations. HDR X enables the camera to capture video with a wide dynamic range across different light levels and without motion artefacts on moving objects. Fast moving objects are easily captured with frame rates of up to 60 frames per second at the same 4.1MP resolution.
The camera's remote commissioning functionality makes sure installation and commissioning can be done in very little time. Using a PC or a mobile device with the Bosch Project Assistant app, you can pan, tilt, roll and zoom (PTRZ) and point the camera to the required field of view with a single click - without ever having to touch the camera or lens.
Motorized Pan, Tilt, Roll, and Zoom (PTRZ) to set the required field of view, without having to touch the camera or lens allows for remote configuration and commissioning
Starlight X technology with 1/1.8" 4.1MP sensor for next level low-light performance with maximum detail
HDR X - High Dynamic Range to see every detail in both bright and dark areas of the scene without motion artefacts
Built-in Intelligent Video Analytics with object detection to trigger alerts and quickly retrieve data with the highest levels of reliability
Camera Trainer to train the camera to recognize user-specified target objects for both moving and non-moving objects
Name: Bosch NDE-8513-RX X Series FLEXIDOME IP Starlight 8000i 4MP PTZ Dome IP Camera, 4.4-10mm Lens, White, The Bosch Group, Bosch
Category: Bosch, Video Surveillance, IP Cameras, PTZ Security Cameras
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