Professional Grade HD-TVI Bullet Camera - 720p, 130' IR, Varifocal
Send 720p HD video up to 1600′ over standard RG59 coax cable with zero latency
- 1/3″ CMOS image sensor delivers 1.3 megapixel resolution
- HD-TVI technology produces 1280x720 (720p) HD video for sharp, detailed images
- 2.8-12 mm varifocal lens with 78° - 28° field of view and external lens adjustment
- HD-TVI technology transmits zero latency HD video up to 1600′ over coax cabling
- Built-in IR LEDs enable the camera to see up to 130′ in the dark
- Smart IR technology reduces over-exposure of the IR LEDs at the center of the image
- True day/night (ICR) captures sharp, clear images in low light and at night
- Enhanced imaging with WDR and 3D-DNR
- -4° F ~ 140° F extreme temperature operating range and IP66 weather-rated housing for year-round use
- IP66 weather-rated housing
Capture crisp, detailed HD images while monitoring your home or business with this Alibi 1.3 megapixel 720p HD-TVI 130′ IR varifocal bullet security camera. The high-resolution HD video camera is ideal for security applications that require a high level of detail, such as facial recognition or license plate identification.
The 1.3 megapixel bullet camera is equipped with a 1/3″ CMOS image sensor that delivers 1280x720 (720p) HD video. HD-TVI technology transmits zero latency HD video over RG59 coax or cabling up to 1600′.
The camera’s 2.8-12 mm varifocal lens offers a 78° ~ 28° wide viewing angle to cover large areas. The varifocal lens with external adjustment simplifies installation with the ability to easily adjust the camera’s focal length.
The camera offers Smart IR technology that reduces over exposure of the IR LEDs at the center of the image and is equipped with an integrated IR array that enables it to see up to 130′ in the dark without washing out the subject at closer ranges.
True day/night (ICR) captures sharp, detailed images day and night, and digital wide dynamic range and 3D digital noise reduction (3D-DNR) produces exceptional image quality with less noise.
The HD-TVI outdoor bullet surveillance camera has a -4°F ~ 140°F extreme temperature operating range which ensures the camera operates without interruption in extremely hot and cold conditions.
The camera has an IP66 weather rated enclosure that offers protection from various elements such as dust and sand, as well as from inclement weather conditions, including rain and snow.
HD-TVI security cameras require HD-TVI DVRs for recording video.
Why choose a camera that uses HD-TVI technology?
- High-definition megapixel video that costs less than IP
- Transmit HD video over standard RG59 coax, Cat5/6 or most standard shielded CCTV cabling
- Zero latency video
- Installs as easily as a standard analog CCTV camera
- Farther cable runs for large/long distance installations
- Upgrade existing CCTV cameras and keep existing cables
- (1) 1.3 megapixel 720p HD-TVI varifocal outdoor bullet security camera
- (1) Cable concealment bracket
- (1) Set of mounting hardware (4 screws and 4 wall inserts)
- (1) Video test cable
- (1) Drill template
- (1) Installation guide
Key Features and Capabilities
HD-TVI Technology – High-resolution megapixel video at a lower cost. The camera uses HD-TVI technology to send zero latency 720p HD video over RG59 coax cabling. HD-TVI cameras are as easy to install as standard analog CCTV cameras, but deliver HD video. HD-TVI enables longer cable runs for long distance installations, with transmission distances of up to 1600′ over standard coax cabling (or any traditional analog CCTV cabling).
Megapixel Resolution – Cover more area and see more detail. Megapixel cameras can cover a larger area without compromising image quality. Megapixel resolution cameras deliver high-definition images with much greater detail. They are ideal where a greater level of detail is needed, such as for facial and license plate identification.
Watch the video below to see the resolution of this camera:
Varifocal Lens – Easily adjust the field of view. Varifocal lenses offer greater flexibility for surveillance applications, with the ability to easily adjust the camera’s field of view on-site to get the best picture. Varifocal lens cameras are also more forgiving when it comes to camera placement and lens selection, simplifying installation.
Wide Angle Lens – Cover more area. The camera lens’s wide field of view enables it to cover a larger area than a standard lens and provides greater depth of field, along with better low light performance.
3D Digital Noise Reduction (3D-DNR) – Get exceptional video image quality with less noise. 3D-DNR incorporates frame-to-frame noise reduction with spatial noise reduction to produce clear video images with less noise, in low light conditions. Noise reduction is critical for video because noise affects image quality. Cameras with 3D-DNR produce sharper, more accurate video images.
Smart IR – Capture clear, sharp images in low light. The camera's Smart IR (smart infrared) feature automatically adjusts the infrared light required in a scene as the subject moves closer to or further away from the camera, resulting in optimal brightness and a sharp, clear image that's neither washed out or too dark.
True Day/Night (ICR) – Capture clear images day and night. Our day/night cameras with true day/night (ICR) deliver a sharp image in low light and nighttime conditions. An IR cut filter blocks out infrared light to produce true-to-life color images during the daytime. In low light conditions and at night, the filter is removed, letting infrared light pass through to provide crisp, well-defined black and white images.
On Screen Display (OSD) – Optimize your camera’s capabilities. The camera’s On Screen Display (OSD) provides the ability to fine-tune every setting of your camera to achieve the best possible image quality. Without the OSD, the camera is dependent on the factory settings. The OSD allows you to control features and settings including wide dynamic range, day/night settings and many more.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) – Gain a clear view in extreme lighting conditions. This feature enables the camera to produce clear images in diverse lighting conditions. WDR balances the contrast of light and shadow and enables the camera to deliver clear video with near perfect exposure in harsh lighting conditions such as in extremely bright, dark or backlit areas within a scene.