- 1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD II
- 480 TV Lines MAX Resolution
- 2.8-12mm Varifocal Lens
Very heavily built, solid and hefty 09/26/2012
This review is from: Vonnic VCD505W2 480 TV Lines MAX Resolution Outdoor Night Vision Dome Camera - White
It works great. I plugged it into my tv and was treated to a very nice picture with very good resolution.
Heavily built, solid and hefty. Not the typical plastic garbage you see now, this thing is well tooled by the manufacturer and made out of aluminum. Very little plastic anywhere.
This thing ought to last many years outdoors. Well sealed with rubber seals from the elements.
I bought mine from NewEgg at $70.00 on sale which is a real bargain. This camera is better than my $200.00 Mace Bullet 480 res camera.
No cons at all, get a couple while you can, it's a real deal.
At $70.00 you just can't get a better camera.
I paid $199.00 last week at the Egg (todays price $235 at the Egg) for my MACE MVC-IRVB-49 480 TV lines (Color) MAX Resolution BNC SQ Series IR Vandal Resistant Bullet Camera and I feel I got ripped off bad.
A much higher quality, NEWER and BETTER technology than my MACE MVC-IRVB-49 480 TV lines (Color) MAX Resolution BNC SQ Series IR Vandal Resistant Bullet Camera...this Vonnic VCD505W2 480 TV Lines MAX Resolution Outdoor Night Vision Dome Camera is selling for one third the price on Newegg at $70.00. I bought BOTH from Newegg. There is no comparison at all. The Vonnic flat out blows away the Mace, by far.
I can buy three (3) Vonnics for the price of (1) Mace and the Vonnic kicks the Mace's keister all over the place.
(BETTER) Vonnic: 1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD II
(WORSE) Mace: 1/3" Sony CCD
(BETTER) Vonnic: 2.8-12mm Varifocal Lens
(WORSE) Mace: 4 ~ 9mm Varifocal Lens
(BETTER) Vonnic: IR Distance: 120ft (36m) (36 IR LED @ 5mm)
(WORSE) Mace: IR Distance: 65ft (20m) (28pcs IR LED)
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