Tagged: camera, H.264, Internet Camera
Source: Trendnet - Read the full article
Posted: 2 years 29 weeks ago
Internet cameras are becoming all the rage these days because they are easy to install and offer a ton of features. Fantastic for keeping an eye on your home/office or neightboor ;) TRENDnet is known for their rounters, these Pan/Tilt/Zoom Internet Cameras look amazing as well.
"TORRANCE, Calif. -November 19, 2010-TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces the availability of the ProView Wireless N Pan/Tilt/Zoom Internet Camera, model TV-IP612WN, and the ProView PoE Pan/Tilt/Zoom Internet Camera, model TV-IP612P. Both cameras leverage the same powerful enterprise class platform.
Shared Camera Features
The cameras' zoom capabilities help them stand out from the crowd. Ten times optical zoom combined with sixteen times digital zoom, creates a commanding 26 times zoom factor. Auto focus further supports enterprise class zoom, and maintains a crisp focused image at all times.
Pan the cameras side-to-side a remarkable 330 degrees, & tilt them up-and-down 120 degrees from any Internet connection. Program Pan / Tilt Auto-Patrols to more easily monitor key security nodes.
Stream four unique video profiles simultaneously; record high quality H.264 704 x 480 (at 30 fps) video while streaming lower resolution 176 x 122 video (at 5 fps) to a compatible 3GPP mobile device. Image controls include brightness, contrast, sharpness, saturation, & black & white. When installed upside down, the image can be flipped and mirrored in order for users to see a video image that is not inverted. An infra red filter provides robust night vision. Samba support facilitates storing video on any network attached storage device. Create a recording schedule and define up to two motion detection windows of any shape or size.
LED indicators on the front of the camera display link & power status, & can be disabled. A micro-SD card slot provides an alternative to storing video on a network attached storage device. Input / Output ports on the back of the camera can be hardwired to an existing alarm system. The cameras come with a built in microphone, a port to connect third party speaker (in order to use the 2-way audio function), & an additional microphone-in port. A mounting plate on the bottom of the camera facilitates installation in a camera enclosure..."