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H2BAJJB – Avemia IR Bullet Camera with 2.8-10mm Lens

H2BAJJB – Avemia IR Bullet Camera with 2.8-10mm Lens
Manufacturer:  Avemia  SKU:  H2BAJJB
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This is a high-quality camera with a Sony image sensor and an easy to use zoom and focus knob. Plus, 42 LEDs allow for superior night-vision up to 120 feet.

Price:  $97.50

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Bullet cameras are smaller cameras that resemble a bullet shell casing and are easy to install, lightweight and flexible, which make them a cost effective and user-friendly addition to any home security system.

With its dark weatherproof casing, the H2BAJJB Avemia IR Bullet Camera w/ 2.8-10mm Lens is a formidable match against rain, wind, snow and heat, so constant repair or replacing will hardly come into question. The camera comes equipped with 42 LED infrared lights that can see up to 120 feet in front of it, making this unit ideal for outdoor use as cameras with more than 12 LED lights tend to wash out the infrared sensors by reflecting off of flat surfaces when used indoors. Moreover, because the unit's LED lights have infrared capabilities they can view images in low-light levels and ensure that any suspicious behavior occurring in the evening will be recorded and appear focused and clear.

Additionally, the camera comes with a vari-focal lens, which means you can adjust the camera's focus-levels according to your own standards.

Features:

  • 42 LEDs infrared range up to 120 feet
  • 2.8mm to 10mm vari-focal lens
  • 3-Axis cable management bracket
  • 1/3 Sony Super Had CCD sensors
  • 700 TV Lines high resolution

Installation:

  • Mount camera on flat surface in desired location
  • Mark the hole position on the wall according to the bracket of the camera
  • Drill four holes and insert anchor
  • Connect the power and BNC connectors
  • Screw in the camera bracket with the M4 screws provided
  • Adjust the camera angle and fix the position with the Hex key provided
  • Adjust the focus/zoom buttons to a desired distance
Rating: (4.33)   # of Ratings: 6   


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1. M. Todd on 6/6/2013, said:

I have purchased two of these and have had to return them. One because of intermitten operation and the second because it would not adjust the focus clear enough to provide a clear view. I have upgraded to the Atrix 5-50mm and it seems to be working properly.

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2. Angel on 3/1/2012, said:

Only have it for 24 hrs but wow ! what a difference compared to my $23.00 Camera. Sharp, decent night vision and looks scary to intruders. Great cam. I recommend it. Night looks like day.

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3. Anonymous User on 2/17/2012, said:

I want to thank homesecurity guy for his recommendation on this camera. I brought 4 and set them at the corners at my house. they look great. Images are sharp and clear night time too. thank you.

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4. Brad on 7/30/2011, said:

After spending way too much on cameras trying to find one with any amount of picture quality and area coverage, the Atrix is the only one that performs far better than expected. The Atrix produces a professional image, both color and clarity, and has an adjustable zoom to give me the coverage I'm looking for. Adjustable focus is a plus. It's like having a professional camera compared to those others that performed like toys. Easy to install and adjust. As for someone mentioning the grass looked brown not green, my color was all natural, green grass included. I just adjusted my color through the monitor. Night vision was awesome as well. The LEDs lit up my cul-de-sac better than any other camera I've had. And the night image is smooth, not grainy like other cameras.

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5. Anonymous User on 12/12/2010, said:

I bought one and liked it. the say and night pictures are good, although the infrared light is pretty intense reflecting from some lightly colored concrete. I bought another and put on an outbuilding. it needed some focusing but there is no manual for showing how to operate it. apparently one knob beneath it is for focus and the other is for zoom. both atrix and home security store offer support, though, so i will check those out and try to update this review if i can. these are good cameras for the price and seem durable and highly adjustable, both physically and electronically. i recommend them if you need a camera exposed to the weather.

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6. PATRICK on 8/18/2010, said:

Good at night day time color not natural. Outside grass looks brown not green.

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Image Sensor 1/3” Sony Super HAD Color CCD
Effective Pixels 500 (H) x 582 (V)
Horizontal Resolution 700 TV Lines
Scanning Area 2:1 Interlace
Minimum Illumination 0 LUX (IR Lamp on)
Electronic Shutter 1/60 ~ 1/100,000 sec
S/N Ratio 48 ~ 52 dB
Sync. System Internal
Video Output 1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms.
White Balance/AGC/Backlight Compensation Auto
Gamma Corrections 0.45
View Angle 38 ~ 90 degree
Video Output 1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms.
White Balance/AGC/Backlight Compensation Auto
Gamma Corrections 0.45
View Angle 38 ~ 90 degree
Signal System NTSC
Water resistance IP 65
Operation temperature 14°F—122°F
Power voltage DC 12V (recommended 1 Amp)