Our preferred syle of camera that is called by different names. Sometimes it’s called a mini dome, a turret but most in the industry refer to this as an EYEBALL camera. Eyeballs offer the precise aiming of a bullet, but the round more compact shape of a dome without some of the negatives associated with domes.
You may be asking, why an EYEBALL dome?
First, this camera can be adjusted in 3-axis, meaning it can be mounted in any orientation and be aimed as you wish where the mini dome is a 2-axis camera and must be mounted level facing up or down, not for example, surfaced mounted on a wall or on a slanted eave. Also, not sharing the lens with an IR illuminator behind the same a piece of glass or dome means zero chance of IR light bleed that may occur in conventional IR domes. The other problem just about all domes have that an eyeball does not is glare on the dome from reflections, so EYEBALLS offer a cleaner image especially at night.
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