5 Megapixel Super HD 1920p
Higher Resolution results in more detailed images.
5MP video has 100% more pixels in a frame than standard 1080P (2MP) HD. Additional pixels make the digital zoom more effective, providing more details at close distances or the ability to digitally zoom in on details at a greater distance than before.
easy cable management
Power over Ethernet
With Power over Ethernet (PoE), you only need to connect your Ethernet cable to power your PoE security cameras. Data also travels both ways through an Ethernet cable, PoE software not only sends data and commands to devices, but it also collects data. This gives you flexibility to install your security cameras almost anywhere you want, without the extra worries of keeping them plugged in nearby electrical outlets.
Onsite Storage on Mini-SD Card
Traditionally surveillance footage had to be recorded into a DVR recorder or NVR, our advanced technology allows newer recording options. Having a micro-sd card inserted into the camera means it can work independently recording internally.
Set your recording preferences for video storage, whether you’ll like the security camera to record when the camera detects motion or continuous recording, 24/7. The max supporting size is 128GB of internal storage.
Excellent Day and Night Vision
GW’s high-quality LEDs allow these HD IP cameras to see up to 130ft in complete darkness for 24-hour-a-day protection. GW Cameras use the latest high intensity IR LED technologies for maximum coverage. The image shown is an actual capture from a 8MP camera in total darkness.
IR range and image quality can be affected by surfaces that absorb or reflect the IR light differently when in total darkness. Camera location or position may need to be adjusted to optimize the images. Some ambient lighting provides the best results for night surveillance.
Record Video & Audio
Built-in microphone cameras are perfect for recording even the quietest audible disturbance. Place the camera on a terrace, patio, porch, or any indoor room in your home for perfect audio recordings with only crisp, clear quality.
wide dynamic range
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) allows security cameras to balance light and dark areas when there are issues with light exposure. True WDR cameras use high and low shutter speeds to capture and merge both images together in order to produce balanced images.
This feature is intended for environments with challenging high-contrast conditions, such as places with many windows and transportation entrances.