Extremely Tough. Day and Night.
The camera enables up to three simultaneous video streams of standard codec H.264 and/or M-JPEG. The camera also boasts a maximum resolution of 2 megapixels and captures up to 30 frames per second, even when WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) mode is switched on. This means that significant image details are always captured, even in poor light conditions.
- Weatherproof 2 network camera with H.264, ONVIF S/G and WDR
- Manual adjustment of the lens mount, Vario lens with Remote Zoom
- Automatic day/night switching with infrared blocking filter
- Integrated infrared lighting (LED, up to 30m)
- Recording on NAS or internal SD card (SD card not included)
- Wall, pole and corner mount kits (optional)
Compact Security Camera with IP66/IK10 Rating
Installed on the ceiling, wall, in the corner of a room or on a pole, this modern and, due to its small size, also extremely discrete dome camera can be used in many different ways. It can monitor museum exhibits, the parking lot behind the company building, the offices of a bank or the many indoor and outdoor areas of a prison.
Electronic Vario Lens
MOBOTIX MOVE cameras have an electronic Vario lens that is adjustable remotely via the camera’s firmware and which focuses automatically when the focal length is changed. The viewing angle and field of view can be flexibly adjusted using the focal length. The MOBOTIX MOVE VandalDome camera can be set or changed to any horizontal field of view between 34.29° (telephoto) and 91.61° (wide) at any time.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
The MOBOTIX MOVE cameras feature integrated, high-quality WDR image processing technology. This allows the cameras to automatically compensate for particularly strong differences in brightness in the recorded scene independently through differing exposure times, and thereby avoid generating over- or underexposed areas in images.
Wide Dynamic Range shows more frame details for applications with highly demanding light conditions, such as in the entryways of buildings, in store display windows and at loading bays or drive-in entrances to parking lots etc. (Combination of very light and dark areas.)