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mfr: D-LINKTechnical DetailsFeatures - Gives greater coverage to an existing network 6 element beam-forming antenna Selectable 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz band 4 high-performance Gigabit Ethernet ports Product DescriptionThe DCS-6111 is a fixed dome type network camera equipped with an ultra Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) CMOS sensor for better performance under varied lighting conditions. The camera also includes an Infrared (IR) LED for night vision illumination and Infrared-Cut Removable (ICR) module that enables for 24-hour surveillance. An 802.3af compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) module is built-in to ease the installation process. The DCS-6111 provides high quality real-time videos in MPEG-4 and JPEG compression. In addition the DCS-6111 supports IPv6 protocol and dual stream output for simultaneous live monitoring and high resolution recording making it an ideal solution for SOHO and SMB surveillance market.
OK while it lasted
Pros: I used this camera inside the house to watch through the front window to the street and sidewalk in front. It worked well for 1.5 years, and then it died. It's webgui wasn't bad, and let you setup the important features of the image and control things like the IR leds.
Cons: But it did have problems: It's IR leds, being under the dome next to the lens, would reflect back to the lens from the dome so that they obscured the recorded image. And without the IR leds on this camera can see nothing in the dark, so I was never able to use this camera to record during the night.
Other Thoughts: I've found that IR led reflection from the dome is a common problem with dome cameras that have their IR leds arranged next to the lens. If you need to record at night, its best to use a separate IR illuminator, but the camera needs to have an IR Cut Filter for that to work.
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