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Box and dome cameras with remote focus control

Dallmeier Electronic : 05 September, 2013  (New Product)
A new set of IP cameras from Dallmeier feature vandal resistance, ease of installation and the ability to control focus remotely
Box and dome cameras with remote focus control

The new Dallmeier IP cameras of the 4920 series score well not only because of their pin sharp images in Full-HD quality, but also because of their easy and convenient configuration and installation.

Whether as a box camera or a vandal-resistant dome camera the DF4920HD-DN and DDF4920HDV-DN use a 5 megapixel CMOS image sensor and provide Full-HD video in real-time (1080/p) using the H.264 codec.

A special highlight of the 4920 series is the function Remote Back Focus Control – a technology which allows for a precise and easy remote focusing over the network. With just one click, the ideal focus range is recognized automatically (One-Push Autofocus), which then, if needed, can be precisely adjusted by using manual fine-tuning. This results in always achieving perfect images with excellent sharpness.

Furthermore, the Digital Image Shift function provides for a digital fine alignment of the image section conveniently via web browser, without having to modify the camera itself. This guarantees a convenient and straightforward installation process of the camera.

Depending on the requirements, the camera can be conventionally supplied with 12V DC or conveniently operated via Power over Ethernet which allows for an easy, quick and cost-effective cabling and commissioning.

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