View your world in incomparable detail with LBC7032F, a 960H optimized weatherproof bullet camera. When used with a 960H DVR, this camera produces a sharper, non-stretched image that leaves nothing to the imagination. Industry-leading 960H resolution ensures high quality live viewing with 34% more resolution than standard D1 resolution and 5x more than CIF.
This 700TVL camera uses exclusive infrared filter technology to deliver accurate color reproduction and video that rivals DVD quality. Experience crystal clear nighttime video with 3 ProLux IR LED's, which provide state-of-the-art night vision of up to 185ft in ambient lighting and up to 120ft in total darkness. The robust weatherproof (IP66 rated) housing is designed with a cable pass through bracket to ensure a reliable, vandal resistant solution.
Model no.: LBC7032F
View video during the day and with night vision at night.
Built and designed to withstand vandalism.
Camera performs both in outdoor and indoor applications.
1. When connected to a 960H capable DVR
2. Stated IR illumination range is based on ideal conditions in typical outdoor night time ambient lighting and in total darkness. Actual range and image clarity depends on installation location, viewing area and light reflection / absorption level of object.
3. Not intended for submersion in water. Installation in a sheltered location recommended.
* If light level is too low, camera will switch over to B/W for increased light sensitivity.
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I purchased a LBC7042F security camera for my front porch. The camera video is fantastic during daylight hours very clear and wide range but once darkness sets in the video clarity is greatly reduced. If there is light shining onto the area to be viewed this is a great camera to use. If you don't have a good light source during darkness then you might want to try a different Lorex camera.