3MP IP Network Indoor/Outdoor IR Bullet Security Camera
3MP IP Network Motorized Varifocal IR Bullet Security Camera
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Easy to install
Very easy to install and use. Really like the single screw tight down.
This IPOB-EL3IRE camera is a well-constructed; the housing is made from aluminum not plastic and it’s larger than the image shows. The pivot point is a heavy-duty ball joint which for us in Wisconsin is a must have. The camera is mounted outside our warehouse in the snow and ice. The temperature rating says -22F which is great for our needs. TIP: We did mount the camera on an arm about 20” from the building. If you mount it on the front of a building and turn it 90’ to look at an entrance door, then you’re just waiting viewing potential. Moving the camera away from the building gave us a larger field of view and helped with ice and snow buildup near the camera along the building wall. With the video encoding at 1080 we can easily see the face of employee and loiters near our entrances. Also since the camera lens is 3.6mm the field of view starts about 10 feet in front of the camera, so measure the target location before mounting and adjust accordingly.
I Bought Three
All provided excellent video, were easy to mount, easy to configure, and have decent IR capability in the dark. I live in the woods and at night it is very dark; having IR is a must. I only have one complaint; one of the three failed after about ten days of use. TechPro sent me a pre-paid label to return it and as I write I am waiting for the replacement.
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I have six of the previous models which are almost identical and a friend has four of the same ones. These two were to add to his four. At this price these cameras are amazing. We are both using them with the 8 port POE NVR which is reasonably friendly to operate. I am a computer consultant so I am very familiar with browser based interfaces. The only negative thing worth mentioning which is a real pain is the locking system on the camera mount. It is a single ball mount that is locked with a Phillips head screw that is extremely difficult to get tight enough if the camera is mounted in a position where you do not have direct access to it. I found a supplier with allen head screws that should fit that will allow access with an allen "L" wrench to be able to tighten the screw when it is behind the camera. I hope to have these in the next day or two and will be changing a few of the cameras.
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