Archive for February, 2014

Looking For A Weatherproof Bullet Camera?

Posted in Bullet Camera Review, Low Light with tags , , , , , , on February 14, 2014 by thatoneguy7

If you live in the northern part of the U.S., you may have become very aware of all of the snow that we have been getting recently. This ridiculous weather can cause quite a bit of trouble for travel conditions, as the news has shown. However, it can also become a burden on some of your technology. Satellites, internet connections, and more can be negatively affected by this inclement weather. For some homes and businesses, dealing with crazy weather like this can be slightly nerve-wracking when thinking of their security camera systems. Not all tech is weatherproof, and that is a fact. However, there may be a new bullet camera for those who want to avoid worrying about the weather year round.

Take the new Greyfox F2287 weatherproof camera for a spin, and you may be able to put the worries of warranty coverage away.

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This camera is designed for indoor and outdoor use for, virtually, any home or business. Even though it is mainly suited for residential security use, it is never a bad idea to add one to your business’s security system. Since the housing of the camera is weatherproof, it can be installed outside by doorways or windows that need to be monitored all without the worry. In terms of mounts, this camera can me mounted via a round wall mount or a Cat 5 camera mounting wall plate. The Cat 5 wall plate is designed for the camera itself, and includes RJ-45 output and input jacks that can be installed into a single gang box. Naturally, the mounts come with adjustable tilt and swivels so that the camera can be aimed in any direction needed. Once the desired angle has been met, the angle can be locked so that it remains.

The camera also comes standard with IR (as if every camera shouldn’t, right?). 12 infrared LEDs surround the camera lens, allowing for illumination in low-light to no-light situations. Perfect for night time surveillance in the areas you need to have covered at home, or at your business. The IR illumination expands to a 30 foot range. While it may not be the longest range of IR, it still allows for enough viewing to spot anything that may be suspicious. The F2287 camera resolution rate comes in at 420 lines, so while it may not be the highest resolution, it can still definitely get the job done. The 92 degree viewing angle, coupled with the angle locking mounts, means that you should be able to get a very good view of whatever you need to keep track of.

The camera does offer a microphone attachment. The only catch is that it must be hooked into a single gang wall mount. The microphone can then be plugged in, and mounted via the same wall mount as the camera. Just make sure you know about the restrictions of audio surveillance before installing the camera, with the microphone option, in your business, should you choose to do so.

It may not be the most incredible bullet camera out on the market, but the weatherproof casing does give it reason to be considered for your security system. And, as always, if you are on the fence about it, it never hurts to try before you buy!

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