EZVIZ C4S Husky Outdoor 1080p Full HD Remote Viewing WiFi Security Camera
EZVIZ C4S Husky FHD 1080p Plug & Play WiFi Outdoor Security Camera, HDR, IR NV, IP66, 802.11n, MicroSD
See every detail in the best lighting with HDR, which automatically balances white levels for clearer video and images.
See Every Detail
Take pictures and record real-time video in 1080p HD.
Never Too Dark
When the lights go off, the Husky’s night vision goes on for clear HD video in the dark.
Designed for All Seasons
The Husky has an IP66 rating, which means it’s dustproof, waterproof, and designed to handle a wide range of extreme weather and temperatures.
Easily set up the Husky using your Wi-Fi network.
Stores up to 128GB
Save video and pictures using the built-in MicroSD slot.
A 28nm Ambarella sensor processes video while keeping track of how many people walk by, all while using less energy (30% less energy, 50% more processing power). Also has an IK10 vandal-proof design.
Choose How to Save
With multiple storage options, you can choose where you save. Cameras can even record to all three options at the same time for added backup in case a camera is damaged or your network crashes. These options include:
• Built-in MicroSD card.
• Encrypted cloud storage.
• Vault DVR. Features • Full HD [email protected] with HDR.
• Dome Camera with Traffic Monitoring.
• Infrared LEDs for Night Mode.
• MicroSD card support upto 128GB.
|For Indoor Use||No|
|For Outdoor Use||Yes|
|Sensor||Progressive Scan CMOS|
|Video Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|IR/Night Vision Range||30m/100ft|
|Networking Protocols||IEEE 802.11n/b/g|
|Network Security Features||
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||116.2 x 116.2 x 82|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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