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  • Toshiba IK-WB16A 2 Mega Pixel IP/Network Camera with PTZ, PoE, 3.6mm Lens, 1600x1200 Resolution and Free Recording Software
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Toshiba IK-WB16A 2 Mega Pixel IP/Network Camera with PTZ, PoE, 3.6mm Lens, 1600x1200 Resolution and Free Recording Software

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  • 2 Mega Pixel 1600x1200 resolution
  • PTZ (Pan, Tilt, Zoom)
  • PoE (Power over Ethernet)
  • FREE recording software for up to 16 separate cameras
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  • Built-in Microphone
  • Integrated Card Reader

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.2 x 5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B0040NPHZG
  • Item model number: IK-WB16A
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 23, 2010

Product Description

Ik-wb16a free rec sfw, 3.6mm lens, 2 meg pix.

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64 of 69 people found the following review helpful By FlyingPolarBear TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 14, 2011
Right now this is one of the best network cameras out there in this price range (this is the cable version; see the -W model for wireless). The new Panasonic MOS sensor has better quality (especially in low light) but this Toshiba with a CMOS sensor goes to a much higher resolution. CCD has the best color dynamic range, Panasonic MOS is best in low light, and CMOS is just cheaper to fabricate in a tiny space.

Some details about low light sensitivity: This camera goes down to 0.2 lux (full moonlight) which is pretty good, but not 0.001 as the other review stated (0.001 is a pitch black moonless suburban sky). As a comparison, the Panasonic BB-HCM715 ranges from 0.3 lux to 0.04 lux with color night view mode enabled. The Canon VB-C60 will reach 0.2 lux. It appears that 0.2 lux is the magic number below which it is hard to improve light sensitivity without software-based image enhancement.

Here is a table of lux values to give an idea how how much light you need to pick up a decent image:

Illuminance - Example
0.0001 lux: Total starlight, overcast sky
0.002 lux: Moonless clear night sky with airglow
0.01 lux: Quarter moon
0.27 lux: Full moon on a clear night <-- THIS CAMERA --
1 lux: Full moon overhead at tropical latitudes
3.4 lux: Dark limit of civil twilight under a clear sky
50 lux: Family living room
80 lux: Hallway/toilet
100 lux: Very dark overcast day
320-500 lux: Office lighting
400 lux: Sunrise or sunset on a clear day
1,000 lux: Overcast day; typical TV studio lighting
10,000-25,000 lux: Full daylight (not direct sun)
32,000-130,000 lux: Direct sunlight
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Evgueni Tchirkov on September 25, 2010
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Well, I have purchased this camera, since it is a replacement for IK-WB15A, and it is not available any longer... I`ve had a good experience with toshiba cameras (IK-WB15A and IK-WB21A, which I consider best in class), and this one is not an exception. The camera has modern, even futuristic look, it is aesy to install and comes with all accesories. 2 MP sensor, delivers great image (great quality and great (huge) size, asl well), under normal light conditions (daylight), under low light consitions, the image become pretty noisy, which is not good. IK-WB15A and 21A have and exceptional sensitivity (0.001 lux, if I`m not mistaken), and great image, even in almost completely dark invironment... Sure, IK-WB15 had a CCD sensor, and this time they used CMOS, which is good, but not at night... Toshiba has choosen a huge image, but they have sacrificed the quality... Also I miss optical zoom... I think, that Megapixel images are good, but they are not so practical for surveillance purposes, since they are huge, or mercyless compression must be used in order to save some disk space... I think an 1280x800 is more than enough, but there is nothing like an optical zoom and good sensitivity for low light conditions...
returning to the camera: a good point is a software supplied with the camera: of course it is not Milestone, but it is good, and it is free...
Trying to resume all this:
Pros:
* 2 MP sensor, with good image quality under day light
* Dual streaming
* Dual power supply: PoE or 12VDC
* Free software included
* Bi directional audio

Cons:
* Low image quality under low light conditions
* Digital zoom only
* PTZ respose time is longer than previous models (even over ethernet)
* The software included seems to work with this model (IK-WB16A) only

Conclusions:
This camera is a good value for a fair price, despite some flaws and "downgrades" Toshiba has added to it
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Tim Isenhour on January 19, 2013
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Update: 11/02/2013 I did a side by side comparison with the Foscam F19821W Version 2. The results were: Wi-Fi, this cam NO Foscam YES. IR filter, this cam NO, Foscam YES. Video quality, this cam so-so, Foscam so-so. Low light visibility, this cam NO Foscam Yes. Conflicting contrast, this cam so-so, Foscam better than average. Range of pan and tilt, this cam great, Foscam not as much. Does this matter. This cam, no, Foscam, no. Built in audio. This cam, weak... Foscam, weak.

Most important comparison: This cam $450.. Foscam $160..

Let your wallet decide which cam is the better for the features you get/want.

Update: 2/3/2013 Since this camera really doesn't cut it as an indoor camera, I decided to use it as an outside surveillance camera. In natural sun light, this camera has a really great picture. I bumped the resolution down to 800X600 and now I consistently average 15 FPS. I know consistently and average are an oxymoron, but I'm sure you get the point. Also, at 800X600, the video is acceptable (choppy but still pretty close to live) over Verizon's 4G network. The 350 degrees of pan range actually makes this and excellent "outside" camera. Just remember, it needs lots of light for a decent picture.

Update: 1/31/13 This camera does NOT do well at the Lux claim of a previous reviewer. It doesn't even come close! In FULL sunlight it does very well. In a room with regular light, it's very DARK. At night, under a city street-light, all you see is the street light, and only if you point the camera directly at it. So, as long as you have PLENTY of light, this camera does well, but in normal or low light, forget it. Even with IR illuminators, the image is so grainy/dark it fails in comparison to cameras costing 1/8th the price.
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