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Lorex CVC6990 420 TV Lines MAX Resolution BNC B&W Waterproof Submersible Security Camera

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  • Bullet Camera
  • BNC
  • 1/3" CCD Image sensor
  • 420 TV Lines MAX Resolution

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Bullet Camera


Connection Type


1/3" CCD Image sensor
MAX Resolution
420 TV Lines
Lens Type
3.6mm, F:2.0
Shutter Control
Auto 1/60 - 1/100,000


12V DC Adapter (included)


Ideal for Outdoor and indoor Applications
Exclusive IP68 weatherproof rated camera
Super 0.01 Lux Sensitivity
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  • Robert A.
  • 7/18/2009 8:09:53 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood low end B/W camera

Pros: Submersible. Has good low light qualities for the price. Decent auto iris and focus. All metal construction. Small size

Cons: The heat shield seems to stay a little loose unless you tighten the screws so tightly that you dimple the heats shield metal. The swivel base has a similar issue as it uses a sharp metal point to push on a metal ball. It works but once you get it to feel very secure you have dimpled the metal ball and blunted the tip. Basically you will want to make sure you have it where you want it before you tighten everything down. Also it appears that the cable cannot be detached from the camera. So you have to pull the entire wire from end to end. The cable does attach by a hex nut but I am not going to risk taking it off.

Other Thoughts: Depending on mounting method the heat shield may be required. The camera itself has one mount hole on the bottom (Shown in the pictures) If your mount requires the bracket be overhead the the heat shield is required because the heat shield is where the other hole is threaded for the mount.

Also the instructions include steps for changing zoom/focus that tell you to remove the front bezel. However the front bezel has a sticker warning you not to remove it. This may just be a doc change issue. Not sure.

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