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VideoSecu Dome Day Night Outdoor Security Camera Vandal Proof Built-in 1/3" SONY Effio CCD 600TVL Wide Angle Lens 28 Infrared LEDs for CCTV DVR Home Surveillance with Power Supply VD6HBL WS1
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- Built-in 1/3" SONY Effio CCD, Color DSP, Automatic CDS sensor
- 600 TVL high resolution. NTSC System
- Built-in f 3.6mm Lens for wide view. Built-in 28 IR illuminators for night vision
- Weatherproof aluminum housing construction
- Package included: 1 x SONY Effio CCD camera, 1 x power supply and 1 x security warning decal
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This 600TVL day night weatherproof Sony Effio CCD CCTV security camera allows you to see even in pitch darkness due to its 28 infrared LEDs. During low light the image sensors detects darkness and IR LEDs turn on automatically. This camera has weatherproof design and comes with advanced DSP technology. It produces images even in low lighting and harsh weather conditions. The Vandal proof housing is perfect for outdoor security surveillance needs. Note: this is a CCTV camera. It is part of a security system and need work with other equipments, like a Digital Video Recorder, cable and monitor (not included).
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First of all,it arrived exactly as described, and everything was in working order. So A+ there.
Setup was simple and straightforward, but it did take a good bit of trial and error to get the angle right. Basically there are several different joints with screws in them. You loosen the screws, adjust the angle, and tighten the screw. Of course if you adjust one joint, you have to compensate by adjusting another joint as well. It took some time, but you can get any angle you want if you keep working at it. You will need to purchase a bnc cable with power cord and audio.If you're recording to your computer you will need a dvr card. If you're usig a sound card for the audio, you will also need an adapter to fit a 3.5mm stereo plug. I think with camera and accessories I had about $100 total invested.
Daytime video is excellent. Perfectly clear image. I would say the angle is about 65-70 degrees, so it covers a lot of area. The image is clear up to about 30 feet away.
Nighttime video is not so great unless the area is well lit. I don't think there are enough IR lights on this. You can see ok up to about 10 ft away straight on from the lens in total darkness, but even then it's not good enough to trip the motion sensor if something moves. If something is off to the side area, you will not be able to see it. Which means if you have it set to only record when there is motion, it probably won't record unless the burglar actually kisses the camera. This camera is only really useful at night in a lighted area.
The sound was way better than expected. I thought I would just hear garbled words, but it picks up audio pretty clearly. I would say it you could understand what is being said in a normal conversation from 15 feet way.
I can't say much about durability since I've only had it two months, and mine is under a porch so it is protected from the elements.
In hindsight, I should have bought cameras without audio and just purchased the mini's separately. If the mini's eventually go bad, I won't be replacing the entire camera.