4MP H.265 A-IPMVP4E2 3.3-12mm Network POE Vandal-Proof Dome IP Camera
- H.265 HEVC compression mode: Base Line / Main Profile / High Profile.
- Frame Rate: 4MP(2688x1520), 2K(2560x1440), 3MP(2304x1296), 1080P（1920×1080）、720P（1280×720）、D1、CIF @@ 30 FPS.
- 3.3~12mm@@F1.4,angle of view: 84°~35°; 24 IR LED units up to 80 ft.
- POE / DC 12V 1A.
- iPhone, iPad, Android, Tablet, IE, Firefox Supported.
- Bit Rate: 64Kbps ~ 8Mbps.
- Digital WDR.
- IP66 & IK10 ingress protection.
- CVBS video output (BNC x 1), MIC In x 1 ; MIC Out x 1, Alarm In x 1 ; Alarm Out x 1.
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), also known as H.265, is the new successor to Advanced Video Coding (AVC), also known as H.264, which is one of the compression commonly used in surveillance security market.
The concept of HEVC is to offer the same level of picture quality as AVC, but with better compression, so there's less data to deal with.
While most of HEVC's potential benefits are focused on 4K, its better compression provides benefits for surveillance, too. Lower bandwidth with HD means people can get lower cost of storage without sacrificing the number of recording day. People out in the sticks with connections too slow for current HD may be able to get HEVC-encoded HD. If you pay per megabyte (especially on mobile), lower bit rates represents cheaper HD viewing as well.
Connect POE IP camera to POE Switch / NVR with a single wire. Power will transmit through Cat5e/Cat6 cable and power up the camera. No power adapters needed.
4MP resolution allows users to zoom in with detail. Want to take a closer look at what happen in your surrounding? With the 2688x1520 resolution, users are able to zoom in all the way from feet away to recognize faces and activities.
Digital Wide Dynamic Range (DWDR) helps the camera to correct backlight, where there are both very bright and very dark areas in a single shot. With this feature enabled, the brightness of the video footage will be balanced.
Auto White Balance
A-IPMVP4E2 produces true color that is closest possible to human eyes. Ever found your black shirt looks greenish and white shirt looks brownish on a surveillance camera? The ATW feature brings the most realistic picture color to your recorded footage.
High Light Compensation
High Light Compensation helps cameras to recognize license plate numbers by blocking strong light sources. Light source that is too bright is very likely to make the whole image looks washed-out. Here HLC plays the role of eliminating the "washed-out" effect and makes it possible to capture license plates.