This camera has a 2.8mm Fixed Lens. That means it’s fixed at one length; it can't optically zoom in and out. The longer the focal length on a fixed lens camera, the more zoomed in it is and the more close-up detail you'll be able to see. But the shorter the focal length, the wider the field of view and the more area your surveillance will cover. It's also has a horizontal field of view of 112.9
Having audio capabilities in your video surveillance system can be an important feature. It comes with a built-in microphone, allowing you to hear and record crisp, clear audio without running any additional cables to power a microphone.
The Camera has an extreme temperature range of -22°F to +140°F, so it can handle a variety of harsh environments. Weatherproof ratings on this professional grade camera are IP67 as well, so you have maximum protection against the elements. Uniview Cameras have a wide voltage range and are capable of Long Range PoE runs of up to 300 Meters (980′) when used with a Uniview NVR. Therefore, additional equipment is not required for long cable runs. In addition, this Uniview IP Bullet Camera has a 2.8mm Fixed Lens which has an AOV of 112.9° so you get maximum coverage. In addition, the Camera has a MicroSD Card slot for On Board Recording, which allows for redundancy for your data.
The IPC2125SR5-ADF28KM-G Camera has True 120dB WDR (Wide Dynamic Range). Scenes with a variable range of light are difficult for most cameras. However, with True WDR Cameras, scenes are rendered in full detail for bright and dim areas simultaneously. This is especially helpful in applications such as entry ways where you may have dim lighting indoors, but your doorway or windows have bright sunlight.
UP TO 164FT NIGHT VISION IR RANGE
When the sun goes down or the lights go out, this camera switches on its own onboard infrared LED lights. These lights, which are invisible to the human eye, allow the camera to continue functioning and recording video 24/7, day or night. And since its IR range covers up to 164ft, you're not going to miss anything that happens on your camera's feeds, even if it happens in pitch-black darkness.