2.2MP 1080p 1/3" Sony Exmor CMOS
2.8-12mm Varifocal Lens
36 IR LEDs up to 30m Night Vision Range
0 Lux (IR LED on)
Mechanical IR-Cut Filter (ICR)
The TM-103-2812 HD WVFIR is a high-end camera using the latest Sony Exmor CMOS sensor giving you an outstanding 2.2MP 1080p Full HD resolution, delivering crystal clear full high-definition images that accurately capture every aspect of any scene both day and night.
The anti-noise technology gives you a clearer, noise-free image in low-light conditions which drastically reduces storage space and transmission size (pictures high in noise require more storage space). This powerful technology performs a pixel-by-pixel audit of the pictures which checks for any anomalies, thereby rectifying them giving a fantastic Signal-to-Noise Ratio (S/N Ratio). An example above shows the effect that noise can have as shown on the left image, and with the anti-noise technology reducing that noise on the right image.
A high quality camera needs a high quality lens. We've chosen an outstanding 2.8-12mm Varifocal lens. Additionally, the Varifocal lens allows you to adjust the zoom and focus.
A disadvantage for a camera which is used outdoors is that it will lose the natural day colour as it will pick up the IR emitted from the Sun. As a result, we've developed a mechanical IR-Cut Filter (ICR) which filters out the infra-red daylight to give you a natural daylight colour. When the illumination lowers, the ICR will automatically open allowing more light to enter so that you have total night vision.
Enclosed in a Vandal Resistant and weatherproof housing, the camera can be used indoors or outdoors
The high quality infra-red IR LEDs eliminate IR saturation which most cameras suffer from. To enhance this further, we have developed an advanced Smart IR technology to further reduce saturation as seen above. It is fitted with 36 IR LEDs that allow the camera to be used in total darkness up to a range of 30m.
To eliminate IR LED reflection during the dark, the camera has a high quality dual glass pane.