Vivotek is bringing you their latest 5MP network dome camera, the C Series FD8182-F1. Suitable for retail stores, schools, hospitals and other indoor environments, this network dome camera has a 1/3.2” progressive scan CMOS image sensor, a 1.96mm fixed lens, a 137-degree horizontal field of view lens, a microSD/SDHC/SDXC card slot and a Gigabit Ethernet (RJ45) port w/ PoE Technology.
Other highlights include Five-Window Video Motion Detection, Four Simultaneous Video Streams In H.264 & MJPEG Compression, Built-in PIR Sensor and ePTZ w/ Up To 48 Digital Zoom. Finally, the C Series FD8182-F1 can capture 2560 x 1920 @ 15fps or 1920 x 1080 @ 30fps video. The Vivotek C Series FD8182-F1 retails for $322.50. [Product Page]
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Keep an eye on your property at all times using ESCAM’s indoor WiFi camera ‘Q6’. It has a 1MP 1/4-inch CMOS image sensor, a 3.6mm 62-degree lens, a microSD card slot (up to 128GB), a DC in port and built-in WiFi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity.
Not just that, the camera also come with 10PCS IR LEDs for night vision (up to 10 meters), Dual IR Cut Filter w/ Auto Switch, Motion Detection, Alarm Notification, Mobile Phone Monitor: iPhone & Android and built-in microphone/speaker for dual-way audio communication.
Finally, the Q6 can capture 702p HD video @ 15fps in H.264 format. Backed by a 12-month warranty, the Q6 can be yours for just $26.94. [Product Page]
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