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Dahua HDB4300C 3MP 3.6mm HD Outdoor IP PoE Dome Security Camera

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  • H.264 & MJPEG dual-stream encoding
  • 3.6mm fixed lens (2.8mm is optional)
  • Micro SD memory, IP66, IK10, PoE
  • 1/3" 3Megapixel progressive scan Exmor CMOS
  • Weatherproof & Vandalproof
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Dahua HDB4300C 3MP 3.6mm HD Outdoor IP PoE Dome Security Camera + TP-LINK TL-PoE150S Gigabit PoE Injector Adapter, IEEE 802.3af compliant, Up to 100 meters (328 Feet) + TP-LINK TL-SF1008P 10/100Mbps 8-Port PoE Switch, 4 POE ports, IEEE 802.3af, 53W
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00HG10XHQ
  • Item model number: IPC-HD1200C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,361 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 26, 2012

Product Description

Features:
1/3" 3Megapixel progressive scan Exmor CMOS
H.264 & MJPEG dual-stream encoding
25/30fps@1536P(1920×1536)
DWDR, Day/Night, 2DNR, AWB, AGC, BLC
Multiple network monitoring: Web viewer, CMS(DSS/PSS) & DMSS
3.6mm fixed lens (2.8mm is optional)
Micro SD memory, IP66, IK10, PoE

Technical Specification:
Image Sensor: 1/3" 3Megapixel Exmor CMOS
Effective Pixels: 1920(H)x1536(V)
Scanning System: Progressive
Electronic Shutter Speed: Auto/Manual 1/4~1/10000
Min. Illumination Color: 0. 2Lux/F1.6, B/W: 0.01Lux/F1.6
S/N Ratio: >50dB
Day/Night: Auto(Electronic)/Color/B/W
Backlight Compensation: BLC / HLC / DWDR
White Balance: Auto
Gain Control: Auto/Manual
Noise Reduction: 2D
Privacy Masking: Up to 4 areas
Focal Length 3.6mm fixed lens (2.8mm optional)
Max Aperture: F1.6 (F2.0)
Focus Control : Fixed lens
Angle of View H: 70°(97.24°)
Mount Type :Board-in Type
Compression: H.264 / MJPEG
Resolution: 1080P(1920×1080) / 720P(1280×720) / D1(704×480) / CIF(352×240) /
Frame Rate Main Stream: 1536P/1080P(1 ~ 25/30fps)
Sub Stream: D1/CIF(1 ~ 25/30fps)
Bit Rate: H.264: 32K ~ 8192Kbps, MJPEG: 32K ~ 20480Kbps
Ethernet: RJ-45 (10/100Base-T)
Protocol: IPv4/IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, SSL, TCP/IP, UDP, UPnP, ICMP, IGMP, SNMP, RTSP, RTP, SMTP, NTP, DHCP, DNS, PPPOE, DDNS, FTP, IP Filter, QoS, Bonjour
ONVIF: ONVIF Ver. 2.0
Max. User Access: 10 users
Smart Phone: iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone
Memory Slot: Micro SD, Max 32GB
Power Supply: DC12V, PoE(802.3af)
Power Consumption : <2.5W Protection Level: IK10 & IP66
Dimensions: ?110×54mm
Weight: 0.25kg


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I am very pleased with the daytime picture.
James L Smith
They're clearer, faster, and more configurable than several other low cost IP cameras tested.
Jeff C.
Be warned that technical support from Dahua is virtually non-existent.
Tomasso

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Michael on September 25, 2013
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First: this is not PTZ - fixed manually adjustable position
second: no power supply in the box, provide POE or your own 12vDC
powerful for the money, not for uninitiated to setup in Blue Iris: many trials led to Blue iris settings:

set static IP on camera web interface and use default video settings 1080p 30fps main stream, camera comes preset for RSTP port 554 web port 80

in Blue Iris - add camera
Under Video tab open configure screen
set the static ip from above and select from generic (scrollup to top of dropdown list) "RSTP H.264/MJPEG/MPEG4"
fill in the ID and password for camera
HTTP port should be 80 and Media/video/RSTP 554 (from default camera setup)
close configure with ok
select "automatically adjust" check box on Blu Iris main video property screen to get the 1080p otherwise only lower resolutions show - save with ok (and when you reopen the 1920x1080 will be present)

video should now be visible on blue iris

you can still fiddle with VBR and CBR bit rates and frame rates if you need to
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By TubFooj on August 22, 2013
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* * ABOUT THE CAMERAS * *

Biggest PLUSes for me are:

** Low profile
** Small size
** very, very discrete

Can hardly tell what it is from the end of the driveway (30 ft). And you don't notice them unless you're looking for them. I hang mine from the eaves that are about 7 feet up.

At default settings, picture clarity and quality are excellent. Connected via CAT5, PoE resulting in strong signals--video frame rates is consistently near 30 frames per second. Easy to install. A snap to configure once you have the ActiveX Controls correctly installed. (More about this later.) Camera switches from day mode (color) to night mode (BW) without issue. Day mode has excellent color: brilliant color capture, detailed, accurate. Night mode captures details as far is the light source will reach which is about 15-20 ft. Beyond that it's hard to distinguish features.

The lens on these cams can only be tilted up or down and can be slightly angled to either side.

Field of view. In practical terms, near the camera (about 4 ft away) I can see nearly the full width of my driveway (3-car garage). At the end of the driveway (30ft), I can see about 100 ft of my 150 ft front yard.

These units replaced a Logitech Alert 750e (NIGHT AND DAY DIFFERENCE in picture quality and now get full 30fps video). Used on Blue Iris system.

* * ABOUT THEIR IMPLEMENTATION IN MY ENVIRONMENT * *

I finally set mine up on a subnet after complaints from the rest of the family about bad internet connections and poor movie streaming. On occasion we had 6 streams of HD video hitting a 3 year old router: 3 from other internet connected devices and the 3 IP Cams.

Bought 4 from 2 separate sellers.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jeff C. on August 15, 2012
I simply do not understand how or why this IP66 / 67, Vandal Proof, 2MP (1080 x 1920), POE, IP camera is costing so much less than even the most mainstream brands such as Axis.

I purchased and installed 10 of these at my home - all POE. I love the simple connectivity.
The picture quality is astounding. Moving from an analog D1 system to 2MP is jaw dropping. That would be the case even with a lesser performing camera. However, these cameras are simply beautiful. They're clearer, faster, and more configurable than several other low cost IP cameras tested.

With no IR, you will need some light for night. But that is not to say these cameras have a great configuration set for low lighting situations (making it very effective at night).

I am very pleased and saved TONS of money on my home system choosing these Dahua Domes. The seller (HolidayCoro) was a snap to work with. I would highly recommend!

Oh, one more thing - these have a standard m12 lens mount and you can buy various focal lengths to accommodate your needs. I have run the standard lens, 6, and 9mm lenses.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By phoneguy on December 9, 2013
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Quality of the images met my expectation for a 2 MP camera. Good low-light performance, but not IR sensitive, contrary to what a few people have said. Moderate barrel distortion from the wide-angle lens, not an issue in my application.

My main complaint is the awful motion-detect capability built in. Email notifications with pictures have a time on the mail that is consistently 15 hours behind actual time, even though timestamp on the pic, and time inside the email are correct (I'm GMT -7).

Many notifications arrive with no attachment, and I get lots of "Motion DetectStop" emails, which aren't interesting. Motion detect built in the $70 super low-end cameras isn't great, but it beats what this thing's got. I'll be switching to Blue Iris or something similar, but sometimes you just want the camera to handle this.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ben on May 11, 2013
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My neighbor has a great HD network camera from another manufacturer that produced a great image... problem is that it costs $1,000. Then I found this camera. Great independent online reviews, price was substantially less than alternate products... so what's the catch? I haven't found one. As other reviews have stated, it's just the camera... no power adapter included, probably because it's assumed that this camera won't be used stand alone and you will need a PoE switch (a 4 port will cost you $50 to $150 or so). I never used the included instructions, instead went to the 192.168.1.108 address to configure. If your network isn't a 192.168.1.x setup just change your router temporary to that setup, log into the camera, change the IP address to whatever your network is, and change your router back. Took me all of about 5 minutes with router reboots.

The image is great in daytime and respectable at night. There are no IR illuminators on this model which means it is completely dependent on ambient light to show an image. No ambient light and it will be pitch black. Turn on your front porch light or if you have a street light in front of your house and your in business.

I bypassed the internal capturing methods and instead use Vitamin D running on my mac mini. The camera isn't native to Vitamin D but a quick google search and you will find the appropriate settings and I was able to have it running within Vitamin D in 15 minutes or so. I've had it running several weeks now and it works great.

Things to be aware of. It's not a PTZ camera, you will have to adjust the field of view and focus manually. The ethernet connector requires a 1.25" or so hole to have it pass through your wall.
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