D Link Full HD 2MP Outside/Inside PoE Network Dome Camera
Features Built for Tough Environments
The DCS-6210BS has a toughened metal, industry-certified IK-10 (vandal-proof) and IP-68 (weather-proof) housing, specially designed for use in harsh environments. Specifically built to withstand sudden high impact and adverse weather conditions.
The DCS-6210BS carries a Power over Ethernet (PoE) port which allows you to connect the camera to your network and power it through a single cable. This both, expands and simplifies your options by doing away with the need for a nearby power outlet, making installation on ceilings much easier.
Surveillance in Full High Definition
The DCS-6210BS is built with a megapixel image sensor to give you high-quality snapshots and video with resolutions up to 1080P HD. This gives you sharp, high-resolution pictures and videos with rich detail.
Get a closer look with ePTZ, which lets you zoom in, zoom out, and pan across your camera’s video so you can survey a large area easily.
A Complete, Expandable Surveillance Solution
The DCS-6210BS is a self-sufficient surveillance solution, capable of recording snapshots and video to a MicroSD card without requiring a PC or network storage device.
If you want to expand your surveillance options, D-ViewCam™ management software is also included, giving you the ability to manage up to 32 cameras with a robust set of features, including multi-camera views and automated e-mail alerts to keep you informed of suspicious or unusual activities.
Built for Versatility
The DCS-6210BS comes with a wealth of features that enhance its surveillance capabilities, making it ideal for any situation. It’s 3 axis lens mounting allows you to position it perfectly, while its motion detection capabilities allow it to automatically record video and send you a notification when motion is detected.
Allows every detail to be captured accurately even if one portion is bright while other portions are dark to deliver high quality images
DCS-6210BS supports 3 axis mechanism for horizontal, vertical and rotate adjustment to achieve the view you want.
|Video Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Video Frame Rate||15 fps|
|Still Image Resolution||N/A|
|Built In Mic||Yes|
|Connectivity||1 x LAN|
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