ZOSI 1/3″ 1000Tvl 960H 24Ir Lens Security Surveillance Cctv Camera Had Ir Cut 3.6mm Lens High Resolution Outdoor Weatherproof

ZOSI one/3″ 1000Tvl 960H 24Ir Lens Protection Surveillance Cctv Camera Had Ir Reduce three.6mm Lens Substantial Resolution Outside Weatherproof

  • HD 960H 1000 Tv Lines,day evening vision resolution for higher good quality image
  • one /3” Color CMOS with IR-Cut,Shade substantial resolation camera
  • 24pcs IR LEDs, IR 65ft/20m evening vision,1000TVL,three.6mm lens
  • BNC Connector Plugs Into Any DVR,Tv or Safety Check
  • One yr quality guarantee,Lifetime Tech Support

Extended Evening VISION UP IN Full DARKNESS Camera

The camera is outfitted with 24 infrared LEDs, which will activate when it’s dark or reduced light to display black and white night vision capability up to 65 feet.

Higher resolution 960H 1000TVL sensors supply clear pictures, even in the dark.

Camera main Function

Super Clear 1000TVL ZOSI TruColor Video

Powerful Day & Evening Vision of 65FT/20M

Climate resistant metal casing

Effortlessly connect to a Tv or DVR

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ZOSI 1/3″ 1000Tvl 960H 24Ir Lens Protection Surveillance Cctv Camera Had Ir Cut 3.6mm Lens Higher Resolution Outdoor Weatherproof

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  1. CRaysor says:
    28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good camera, not so great directions., April 18, 2015
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    CRaysor

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    This review is from: ZOSI 1/3″ 1000Tvl 960H 24Ir Lens Security Surveillance Cctv Camera Had Ir Cut 3.6mm Lens High Resolution Outdoor Weatherproof (Electronics)
    Just bought this camera solely to test the quality. I recently purchased the ZOSI ZG2317A bullet camera and loved it, and because of similar specs I thought I’d give this a try. Could be plain stupidity on my end, but I’ve never installed dome cameras before, and figuring out how to remove the camera from the housing for mounting was a painful task. After scratching the paint on the camera pretty badly I finally turned the camera lens 90 degrees (parallel with the ZOSI logo), rotated it another 90 degrees (lens 90 degrees from the cutout), and “slid” the camera sideways / up to remove it.

    Pros:
    -Good night vision
    -Good image quality
    -Sturdy construction

    Cons:
    -Generic instructions (Did not have device-specific directions).

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  2. Uncle Thomas149 says:
    16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works quite well, Great for the price. Description / features listed is accurate. Very Addictive device., March 13, 2015
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    Uncle Thomas149 (Florida) –

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    Updated 25DEC2015- I have eleven cameras out of 16 purchased from Zosi working , exposed to weather, outside in Florida., with a 4 Channel switch box. swapped cameras I had to the largest TVL value. My “spares” are a VideoSecu IR24W, and two Zosi ZG2116E,( one white, one black, same cat number).I see no difference in Zoso cameras (sold on Amazon) labeled to whatever TVL. Two fogged up, noticable when on Infrared mode, not in daylight, Excellent device, addictive, fun to play with, you can figure it out by trial and error, this was my first system, but within days: I upgraded from the 4 channel to 8 channel and mailed the 4CH unit to Sandy Pond, Sandy Creek/Pulaski NEW YORK.
    with $200 worth of (STUFF) various BNC/RCA connectors, longer wiring (150ft) a 4 pack of power supplies and 4 TVL800 “Outdoor” cameras.
    UNKNOWN: extreme cold effects.
    Being an old shut-in, I did not know the “MUCH BETTER” Operator’s Manual on the tiny CD will play in today’s computers, the last time I tried a mini-CD in an old laptop, the CD fell through the tray so I ASSUMED the CD wouldn’t play on American computers.
    My Latitude D830 has a recessed area on the tray, I rarely use the DVR, I have a PS4…Amazon Prime, DIRECTV, blah. blah. blah
    The new, March 2015 version , is a much better detailed manual, not the “Quick Start Guide you can download from Zositech.com.
    The included mini-Cd (or whatever you call it), addressed ALL all the questions I spent a week figuring out the hard way.
    Engineers never give the details. They leave out device capabilities because “they” know how to USE it already, there are a lot of things I thought the unit could not do and I found out it does everything I could ever want. Yeah, resolution is like a rabbit ears 1971 Zenith,
    Some other Tips learned the hard way. You can click and drag the pictures on the display but DWELL displays each panel as they are hard wired to the unit. (right click anywhere on monitor, left click “menu”, left click”setup”, left click “live” and select “main monitor”
    to configure your “DWELL screen. E-ZOOM always defaults (starts) on the upper left Quadrant of the displayed picture, with the mouse you can click and size a green box inside the red box { (picture in picture , the original camera feed ) . The PIP box will block the lower left corner of whatever the ZOOM shows.}to outline an area to instantly show whatever you want. with the remote, you can P.Z.T, but it takes a while..
    The “didn’t read the book” way to install this particular new unit.
    Swipe the VGA monitor and hard drive out of an old desktop. Plug in cameras, monitor and mouse. plug DVR in, there is no on/off switch, you shut the system down with the mouse and unplug to POR.
    RIGHT click on any screen to display a selector panel. (if asked for password, leave it blank and proceed) LEFT click to select “Main Menu”.
    using the remote ESC is equivalent to right click, MENU is left click. response may be slow at times.
    To setup for night, do it when it’s dark out. Right click, select color, turn brightness down until you see where the IR leds are pointing. adjust camera.
    to set up cameras: set screw for the camera head is in a recessed hole, unscrew the one for the camera body set screw a LOT” to rotate camera at the head joint. Cable goes all the way into the camera with the insulation undamaged so you can twist the camera head and mount the swivel at the mount base, and the angle joint in the center, any direction, then rotate the camera head until the “red looking led” on the camera face is bottom center and/or two clear leds on the top are level with each other. consider mounting camera with screw heard facing down, and buy some Loctite Blue and something like DE-OX for the connectors, do not twist connectors to pull apart power plugs as the center pin is fragile.
    I’ve spent every night for a month “playing” around with settings, spent another 150 on “extras”. You may want to check out the complete ZOSI units and price out. The supplied camera power transformers seem capable of two hundred feet run in series with an add on deal, and the $9.40 IR Spotlights work great, with 3 setups using a homemade pararell “Y” cable to the spotlight on same power feed.(3) You won’t catch any evil doers, the IR LEDs are clearly visible at night. but you can run the unit to the big screen, switch to AV with you TV remote when you hear a noise, and listen, check out the whole fortress, and THEN decide if you want to act accordingly,

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  3. Vance Skidmore says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    … I first got the system the setup was very easy. (in the operating system there is wifi option …, September 18, 2015
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    When I first got the system the setup was very easy. (in the operating system there is wifi option but no wifi card on the board). Setting up the cameras and configuring it all was very easy. I was very happy with being able to watch my home from anywhere through a mobile device, along with the email alerts I was delighted.

    Unfortunately after 6months I found that I was not able to view the cameras and came home to find my system stuck on the boot screen. After resetting and doing some trouble shooting i found on line to no avail i think my system is dead.

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