The BLK-CCD105VH is an indoor day/night dome camera, featuring a Sony Super HAD color CCD that delivers a crisp 540 lines of resolution with a minimum illumination of 0.002 lux. This camera offers several advanced features, including a built-in 2.9-10mm varifocal, auto-iris zoom lens which allows you to adjust your camera to achieve the exact field of view you need, and true day/night which improves low light sensitivity. Other features include DNR, OSD and built-in Motion Detection for enhanced performance and greater flexibility.
Features and Capabilities
Digital Noise Reduction Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) technology offers several benefits. First, DNR delivers a cleaner signal, resulting in up to 70% disk space savings - so you can store more video evidence on your hard drive. Next, cameras equipped with DNR technology deliver a more visually appealing image, making it easier to identify suspects. Finally, DNR technology makes it easier for your camera to distinguish between true motion and image noise - allowing for your DVR to be more efficient in motion detection - especially in low light conditions.
How it works: The chip in a camera is constantly picking up noise (fine static) in your images, especially in low-light modes. DNR technology compensates for this, correcting imperfections in the image by removing a large percentage of this noise. When a DVR or computer is processing the video data, it must compress and save every part of the image that is moving. The less noise in the image, the less data the DVR will save, and the more real motion it will detect.
On Screen Display A camera's On Screen Display (OSD) allows you to fine tune virtually every setting of your camera to achieve the best possible image quality. Without OSD, you are dependent upon the factory settings of the camera, and subject to any impact to the camera experienced during delivery or installation. With the convenient design features of DIGIOP Black cameras, including 2nd video out and on-board one-finger joystick controls, you can adjust your every aspect of your camera at the point of installation - without having to run back-and-forth to your DVR or monitor. Aspects you can control include wide dynamic range, auto iris exposure settings, day/night settings, and many more.