700 Line Pinhole Camera 950nm IR CompatibleSSC-106HCCIR
DAY NIGHT PINHOLE BOARD CAMERA SEES GREAT IN THE LIGHT AND THE DARK
The SSC-106CXHRCIR is a day night indoor pinhole board cameras offered in a conical lens. 700 lines resolution and automatically switching between a very sharp crystal-clear color picture in normal lighting to a black and white picture when it gets dark. You will not find another color board camera that will be this high-quality color in daylight and automatically switches to a super low lux of .0001 black and white picture in the dark. This camera has a 1/3 inch Sony Super HAD CCD with an IR cut filter to allow for the low lux ability and 850-940-950 infrared compatibility.
INFRARED SENSITIVE CAMERA SELECT DIFFERENT MODELS
It is quite rare to have a pinhole board camera sensitive to infrared illumination. This pinhole board camera is able to see 850nm, 940nm and 950nm infrared illumination When this option model is selected. The 940/950nm is virtually invisible to the human eye. This means when someone walks into a completely pitch black room it will be very well lit when this camera is used with a 950nm illuminator. This means recording footage will be lit up as well. The basic model is only 850nm IR compatible.
If you need a 940-950nm Invisible LED illuminator the visit our Infrared Illuminator category
AVAILABLE IN CONICAL LENS
What is the difference between a flat lens and conical lens? The picture is the same regardless whether you select a flat pinhole lens or conical pinhole lens. There is no distortion with either. The difference lies in the installation. Most people find it easier to install a conical lens in drywall or ceiling tile. The super conical lens almost comes to a point and requires less of a hole in the surface area of drywall or ceiling tile. By the same token, the flat lens is better when using it in something thin, such as a shirt, blouse, or painting. Both cameras only need a very small hole to see. The closer the pinhole lens is to the exterior surface of the material, the wider the field of view will be.