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Fisheye Features[edit]

  • Fisheye dewarp
  • 360/180 degree view


Ultra Features[edit]

  • Ultra-resolution(UHD), Ultra performance
  • Vast storage extendibility, multiple ways of data protection
  • Ultra-industrial design and quality
  • Super performance, enhanced video processing(star light, Ultra WDR)
  • Super storage extendibility, super system reliability(redundant)
  • Enhanced IVS function
  • High environmental tolerance(power, heater option)

Ultra IP Cameras[edit]


Pro Features[edit]

  • High performance, high resolution, professional quality, high decoding/display capability
  • Low storage space consumption, low power consumption, high storage extendibility
  • IVS Support
  • Vast front end form factors, cover almost any application

Pro IP Cameras[edit]


Lite Features[edit]

  • High cost-effective
  • High reliability
  • Multiple form factors in the front end to suit various application

Lite IP Cameras[edit]


Wi-Fi features[edit]

  • 2.4GHz Wi-Fi technlogy brings easy installation without cable
  • Easy configuration and connection powered by Easy4IP cloud
  • Plug & Play with Wi-Fi NVR
  • Two-Way audio

Wi-Fi Series Cameras[edit]


Multi-sensor features[edit]

  • Wide viewing angle
  • Multi-Sensor
  • H.265 and H.264

Multi-sensor series Cameras[edit]


Thermal series Cameras[edit]


Specialty cameras[edit]


Mobile Cameras[edit]


  • End of Life products

HD is an abbreviation for High Definition and typically refers to resolutions that are higher than 1280x720. The most common formats are 720P/HD, 1080P/Full HD, 4K/UHD and 8K/FUHD

Intelligent Video Surveillance-Estimate the camera’s internal parameters (including internal geometric features, optical features) and external parameters (the camera’s 3D location and direction relative to the real coordinate system) according to one horizontal line and three altitude lines calibrated by users, then confirm the corresponding relations between the 2D image captured by the camera and real 3D object.

Network Video Recorder.

Also known as High Efficiency Video Coding, is a successor to H.264 (MPEG-4) and saves 50% bandwidth & HDD also supports 4K with 4ch@7fps or 1ch@30fps.

The intent of the H.264/AVC project is to create a standard capable of providing good video quality at substantially lower bit rates than previous standards, without increasing the complexity of design so much that it would be impractical or excessively expensive to implement.