The NDS-5704-F360LE is a discreet and aesthetic panoramic camera for indoor and outdoor surveillance. Its stereographic, panoramic lens provides full 360° coverage without blind spots, ideal for surveillance applications that require wide area coverage in a single, detailed view. The camera offers full situational awareness and simultaneous high-resolution zoomedin images. The high-end system on chip (SoC) provides dewarping for easy integration and flexible viewing and recording. Built-in Intelligent Video Analytics enriches full situational awareness and triggers relevant alerts. Audio AI gives meaning to the sounds it captures. The camera's integrated IR provides the flexibility to control IR intensity in multiple zones to prevent IR saturation. Additionally, with its wide range of inputs and outputs, such as Alarm and video output for HDMI-compatible devices, it can be used for any application. The camera has an IK10 and IP66 design to protect itself against vandalism and all weather conditions.
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Up to 1920 x 1080 video resolution
CMOS sensor is cheaper as compare to CCD and consumes less power while producing better HD videos
1.26 mm maximum focal length for dependable identification distances with better coverage
f/2.0 maximum aperture for better light absorption and dependable, better-quality results
Up to 65.62 ft of night vision
Full HD recording format for a lively video quality experience with maximum dependability
Infrared night vision type consumes very little electrical power and provides evidentiary quality night-time surveillance video
Fixed lens type is set all the way open to its lowest F stop, and is common on small form factor cameras
Enjoy HD quality videos on your HDTV with the HDMI port facility
Name: Bosch NDS-5704-F360LE FLEXIDOME 5100i 12MP Indoor/Outdoor 360° Panoramic IR WDR Fixed IP Dome Camera, 1.26mm Lens, White, The Bosch Group, Bosch
Category: Bosch, Video Surveillance, IP Cameras, Panoramic Cameras
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