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ANNKE NC400 PoE IP Camera ACE Color Night Vision $100.29 Delivered (41% off) @ ANNKE via Amazon AU

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ANNKE AU Amazon Store has ANNKE NC400 PoE IP Camera ACE Color Night Vision 41% off, final price A$100.29, FBA & free shipping

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Main features:
ANNKE NC400 CCTV IP camera brings the innovation to video surveillance, with its unique Acme true full color night vision – turns night into day even in 0.001 lux complete darkness.
The 1/2.7’’ CMOS sensor enables the PoE IP security camera to deliver true 4MP Super HD at a pixel ratio of 2560 X 1440 and record videos at 20 fps.

Main specs:
Image Sensor: 1/2.7" Progressive Scan CMOS
Lens: 2.8 mm
The angle of View: Horizontal FoV 102°, Vertical FoV 54°, Diagonal FoV 121°
Min. Illumination: Color: 0.001 Lux @(F1.0, AGC On)
Smart Supplement Light: 1 White Light
ONVIF: Support

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  • Anyone actually running these and have some thoughts?

    I have a single Reolink that I'm not too thrilled with and wanted to buy a bunch more
    The only thing that I'm not thrilled about is the 20fps

    • Which model Reolink?

      • RLC-511

        Super unreliable. Can't connect to it half the time, and it just drops streams constantly
        Sad because I like everything else about it

    • +2

      Yes, I have two of these, including 1 in the roof working with BlueIris (main and sub-streams).

      I would recommend this camera.

      These require some visible light to operate, as such the LED gives off visible light (can be disabled).
      Low light capability is really good, but not as good as my ‎DS-2CD2087G2-L(U) but that was like 3x the price and 3x the size.

      Pros:
      Good overview cam to supplement existing setup. Colour at night can be helpful, but you don't get the same detail as a low-light IR camera.
      Excellent low light performance, stays colour even with street lights, or even when the moon reflects off the rain.
      Excellent daylight performance.
      If you have not tried a colour low light cam, this is a good introduction.
      Quite small, I have larger Dahua Turret cameras. I never really liked bullets, but as it's so small i don't notice it.
      Familiar Hikvision interface

      Cons:
      My firmware does not have the option of turning on the LED when a person is detected, my Hikvisions do.
      4MP (ie: not 4K)
      FOV is quite wide, meaning a great overview cam but you won't get sufficient detail to make out the required detail to identity people at 2m.
      Minimal post release firmware updates, compared to say Hikvision or Dahua.

      PS: Interested in the 4K version to compare with the Hikvision ‎DS-2CD2087G2-L(U) but need to save.

  • 2.8mm is very wide!

    With a fish-eye lens the angular resolution will be very poor indeed. Can you easily change the lenses, like on my old analog-HD cameras?
    Something like a 5.6mm lens would be more useful. Still "wide angle" by camera standards, but far more detail visible.

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