Hi-Res Outdoor 700TVL Infrared Armor Dome Wide Angle Camera
Compact Outdoor style armor dome camera with wide angle lens and 700 TVL Sony CCD Image Sensor

Hi-Res Outdoor 700TVL Infrared Armor Dome Wide Angle Camera

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Part Number:CD-8322
  • Resolution:700 TVL Sony® CCD Image Sensor
  • Night Vision:Infrared IR Night Vision up to 65' in Pitch Black
  • Power:12 VDC Input - Power Supply optional
  • Camera Type:Traditional Analog CCTV Camera
  • Usage:Great for outdoor home or business camera installations
  • Lens:3.6mm Wide Angle Lens ~90° View

Description

   This miniature armor dome camera is great for analog home or business cctv camera systems. Delivering 700TVL analog video with infrared night vision, this camera is a trusted workhorse. The versatile aluminum housing can be ceiling or wall mounted, providing easy installation virtually anywhere.

   This camera is ideal for home and business alike, with easy wall or ceiling mount, infrared night vision up to 65' in pitch black and sharp 700TVL analog video quality. Use this camera to build a new camera system, or to replace existing cameras. These cameras can be plugged into any existing analog DVR and are a great upgrade for systems with cheaper, lower resolution cameras (Lorex, NightOwl, etc).

Features

   The CD-8322 Armor Dome Camera.

  • 700TVL Sony® CCD Image Sensor
  • Wide 90° viewing angle
  • Infrared night vision up to 65' in pitch black conditions
  • Small Armor Dome Housing
  • 3-axis adjustment allows mounting on ceiling or wall
  • 12VDC Power
  • Weatherproof housing for installation indoors or outdoors
  • Works with any traditional Standalone or PC Based DVR
5 Stars
Pharmacist
Excellent camera and excellent support from CCTV---Camera caught an image of the license plate of someone who robbed a Bank a few doors from my house.
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Reviewed by:  from NEW JERSEY. on 4/17/2016
5/5
4 Stars
Owner
Great picture, difficult to figure out how to disassemble for mounting. Rotate the center ball vertical and twist the ring 90 degrees to remove camera.
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Reviewed by:  from Ky. on 1/22/2016
4/5

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