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Manufacturer Part Code: DCS-4703E
Order Code: NPDLI-DCS4703E
Category: IP Cameras (CCTV)
DCS 4703E - Network surveillance camera - outdoor - dustproof / waterproof - colour (Day&Night) - 3 MP - 2048 x 1536 - MJPEG H.264 - PoE
The D-Link DCS-4703E Vigilance Full HD Outdoor PoE Mini Bullet Camera is a high-definition professional surveillance and security solution suitable for small, medium, and large enterprises. The camera uses a high-sensitivity 3 megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor to deliver truly
superior quality video under a wide range of lighting conditions. The all-in-one rugged design
makes this camera ideal for reliable deployment in surveillance applications without the need
for additional accessories.
Enhanced LowLight+ Video
Incorporating a highly sensitive CMOS sensor, the DCS-4701E provides outstanding performance in low-light conditions, rendering more vibrant color details regardless of the amount of light available. The noise reduction feature has also been upgraded and enhanced as well to provide a level of detail in the image quality that is unmatched by other offerings in the market.
The built-in IR LED illuminators automatically turn on depending on lighting conditions, allowing the camera to capture video even in low-light or no-light conditions. Combined with the IR-Cut filter, the DCS-4701E can also provide sharp grayscale video in low-light conditions. Embedded with a powerful SoC (System-on-Chip), the camera provides real-time video compression in H.264 and MJPEG formats. These elements combine to make the DCS-4701E an ideal solution for 24-hour surveillance.
The DCS-4701E has a built-in 802.3af compliant PoE module that eases installation by providing power and networking connectivity with a single cable, reducing the need to drill holes or lay
Robust Management Software
The Vigilance HD Outdoor PoE Mini Bullet Camera includes D-ViewCam, a complete surveillance software package that enables you to view, manage, and record from up to 32 cameras on a single computer from a central location. Recordings and e-mail alerts can be triggered through motion detection, keeping administrators informed of any unusual activity.