The EyeTrax Predator solar-powered security camera has a rechargeable backup battery, thermal night vision and motion sensors that send immediate alerts when triggered. Users can request live images using the EyeTrax software or schedule regular image acquisition. Images are available anywhere with the 24/7 cloud-based portal. It has a video and image archive with 12 months of storage.
Lilin’s PSR5024EX outdoor-ready, pan-tilt-zoom, IP camera provides full HD 1080p video at a maximum of 60 frames per second, with true day/night recording and up to 150 meters of infrared night vision. The pan-tilt-zoom movements allow 360-degree endless rotation, allowing users to navigate wide areas.
OpenEye's outdoor, IP bullet camera has a 2.8–12 mm motorized autofocus lens, WDR and day and night modes for low-light performance and adaptive IR technology to prevent overexposure of objects close to the camera in low light and at night.
Sony’s SNC-HMX70 IP network security camera offers 360-degree hemispheric view with no blind spots. Its fixed lens and high-resolution, 12-megapixel CMOS sensor streams high-resolution video at 30 fps. It comes with a twist/click mounting ring.
Flir Systems’ Quasar 4x2K panoramic, minidome security camera features four high-definition visible sensors and built-in infrared illumination. It offers interchangeable 180- and 360-degree field-of-view options.
Bosch’s Autodome IP 4,000i and 5,000i pan, tilt and zoom camera allows the user to manually move the camera’s field of view. It has built-in video analytics, adding metadata to all captured video images. This data can be used to automatically alert the user once predefined criteria are met, such as an alarm sounding when someone approaches or climbs over...
Larson Electronics’ waterproof pan/tilt/zoom security camera produces 1,080p images. It features a 4.7–94 mm varifocal lens, allowing variable focal length as focus changes, providing operators with 20x optical zoom levels. It can see up to 492 ft. at night.