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Vista VK2-2MPXVRDIR37 2MP IP VR Dome IP66 3.7mm POE/12VDC

Vista VK2-2MPXVRDIR37 2MP IP VR Dome IP66  3.7mm POE/12VDC
Our Price:  £153.83(Exc. 20% VAT)(£184.60 Inc. VAT)

Catalogue No:  VK2-2MPXVRDIR37
Brand:  Vista
Warranty:  3 Year
Lens supplied:  Fixed 3.7mm, F2.5
Rating:  IP66
Resolution:  2MP
CCD Type:  1/2.8 SONY STARVIS CMOS Sensor
Compression:  H.265/H.264/MJPEG

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Vista VK2-2MPXVRDIR37 2MP IP VR Dome IP66 3.7mm POE/12VDC

The VK2-2MPXVRDIR37 2MP IP66 vandal dome packs an impressive level of features and functionality into its robust but aesthetically designed housing. The dome can deliver up to 4 streams in multiple formats including H264, MJPEG and the latest H265 technology reduces the levels of bandwidth and storage required by the recording solution.

Key Features

  • 2MP resolution – Gives highly detailed recorded images
  • H265 video format – Greatly reduces the bandwidth and storage requirements of the recording solution
  • True WDR (120dB) – The cameras Wide Dynamic Range function allows it to produce detailed images even in scenes of high contrast
  • Hi-Stream (ROI) – The camera continually adjusts the amount of compression applied to areas of interest, therefore optimising the system’s bandwidth and storage
  • IP66/IK10 housing – Robust but aesthetically pleasing housing suitable for most applications
  • Manually settable max/min shutter speed – This unique function will ensure a much crisper, frozen image of each frame compared to that achieved by general IP cameras. The automatic shutter speed setting on general IP cameras can be very slow to compensate for low light which can lead to blurring