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Hikvision Ezviz Outdoor Internet Dome 1080p Camera C4S POE $120.94 Delivered @StarnetOnline


Please Note: this is POE (Power Over Ethernet) Camera.

Image Sensor 1/3” Progressive Scan CMOS
Minimum Illumination 0.02 lux @(F2.0, AGC ON), 0 lux with IR
Shutter Speed Self-adaptive shutter
Lens [email protected] F2.0, Horizontal angle : 90° Diagonal angle 107.5°
Lens Mount M12
Day & Night IR-cut filter
WDR Digital WDR
Video Compression H.264
H.264 Type Main profile
Video Bit Rate HD, Balance and Smooth bit rate
Max. Resolution 1920×1080
Image setting Brightness, contrast, saturation, etc. (configurable via EZVIZ Studio)
BLC Support
Storage Support Micro SD card (Max. 128G)
Smart Alarm Motion detection
Protocol EZVIZ cloud proprietary protocol
Interface Protocol EZVIZ cloud proprietary protocol
General Features Anti-Flicker, Dual-Stream, Heartbeat Messages, Mirror Image, Password Protection, Watermark
Communication Interface 1 RJ45 10M/100M self-adaptive Ethernet port
Minimum Network Requirements 2M
Wireless Specifications (for Wi-Fi-supported devices)
Standard IEEE802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Frequency Range 2.4 GHz ~ 2.4835 GHz
Channel Bandwidth Supports 20MHz
Security 64/128-bit WEP, WPA/WPA2, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, WPS
Transmission Rate 11b: 11Mbps, 11g: 54Mbps, 11n: 135Mbps
Operating Conditions -30°C ~ 60°C, Humidity 95% or less (non-condensing)
Power Supply DC 12V±10%
Power Consumption Max. 6W (ICR 9W)
IR Range MAX. 30 meters
Product Dimensions 116.2mm × 110mm
Packaging Dimensions 195mm x 140mm x 98mm
Weight 300g

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closed Comments

  • How to keep the video footage if the camera and memory card get stolen?

    • +5

      Chinese Embassy might help

      • maybe the military.. thru Super Micro..

    • Can't you hook it upto an NVR

      • I have an existing Swan set which the night video quality is terrible and thinking of getting a sole operational camera like this. I don't know if there is any chance this isn't compatible to my existing Swann NVR as I am a noob in this area.

        • i do not think Ezviz cam will work with Swann. But it can work standalone by recording on the micro sd card.

    • if you connected a NVR, plus insert a sd, then you shall have two copies of footage. sd card only save the motion trigger video, and NVR will record 24/7.

      • There isn't any compatibility issue with the NVR that is Swann branded? Just hook it up and it will work? Can I set motion recording for both NVR and micro SD? It is easier for me to look for the motion recorded 'events' only when incidents happen.

        • Ezviz Cam only work with ezviz nvr or Hikvision nvr, as it is manufactured by Hikvision. yes, you can configure the Ezviz NVR as motion recording mode.

          • +1

            @ozhappiness: Thanks for the reply but I have already spent $1500 to have to Swann set installed and don't want to spend $2000+ more to get another Hikvision/ Ezviz set installed.

            • @wtfnodeal: Have a look at blue iris. Can we installed on any pc with some grunt.

              Am running 6 dahua starlight cams on a gen 4 i7 and cpu is less than 25% in use on average.

              These dell optiplex devices are worth their money as a NVR.

            • @wtfnodeal: It was your choice to invest $1500 on Swann, if you'd gone Hikvision or a decent brand (preferably one that doesn't push all your video to China) to start with this situation wouldn't have happened. Harsh but true.

        • Try a free software called zone alarm if I am not wrong… There was another one of which I don't remember the name very well.

          • +1


            Try a free software called zone alarm if I am not wrong

            You mean ZoneMinder?

            • @O O: I think you are right

    • Which has been fixed in a firmware update :\

  • Cheap and nasty, better off with DS-2CD2185FWD-I or the 5mp version.

  • Any good prices /recommendations on cameras with POE + PTZ or POE + dome varifocal lens?