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New 4K Cameras from OpenEye

New 4K Cameras from OpenEye
The OE-C2012B8 (bullet) and the OE-C3012T8 (turret) are outdoor cameras with excellent low light performance and adaptive IR to provide high-definition images both day and night
The OE-C2012B8 (bullet) and the OE-C3012T8 (turret) are outdoor cameras with excellent low light performance and adaptive IR to provide high-definition images both day and night. Housed in a rugged IP67 and IK10-rated housing, both cameras are well suited for installation in high-traffic locations.

Both cameras are ONVIF™ and NDAA compliant, and fully compatible with the OpenEye Web Services platform, allowing multiple users to view high-quality images concurrently and set up cameras and recorders remotely using a web browser.

Increased video detail


Ultra High Definition cameras provide 8MP or 4K resolution images that are sharper, smoother and cover a wider viewing angle than lower resolution cameras. Zoom in on distant objects without losing image quality or details. 

Increased video retention

Smart compression reduces the bitrate of captured video data, especially during times where no critical events are taking place on camera, to reduce the size of recorded video on disc and still preserve video quality when capturing important incidents. 

Read more: Average bitrate control: how it can reduce your storage costs

Read more:Selective compression: how it helps to optimize your storage

Improved details in low light

Adaptive IR illuminates a scene using invisible infrared light even when no or low visible light is present. IR output is adjusted when an object is close to the camera so it does not become over illuminated and washed out, and instead retains detail and clarity. 

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