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Security King Elite 2MP Starlight™ IP Eyeball Dome Security Camera w/IR & ePOE
IPOD-ELS2IR28A-EP
$145.95 $116.76
BF deal, 10% additional off w/code 2019BLACK10 = $105.08 ( free shipping )

Dahua OEM w/IVS features.

IPOD-ELS2IR28A-EP Specifications
Megapixels: 2MP
Image Sensor: 1/2.8 inch 2MP progressive scan CMOS
Lens: 2.8mm Fixed Lens
Minimum Illumination: 0.007Lux/F1.6( Color,1/3s,30IRE)
LEDs: 1
IR Distance: 164
OSD N/A
Protocol: ONVIF, PSIA, CGI
Operating Temperature: -22°F ~ +140° F) / Less than 95% RH
Dimension: 4.17in x 4.17in x 3.69in
Power: DC12V, PoE(802.3af)(Class 0)

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spec sheet:
https://www.securitycameraking.co...28A-EP.pdf

This camera should correspond to a Dahua OEM international model IPC-HDW42xx

"2.8mm wide angle fixed lens giving you the ability to have a 109° horizontal view"

ID distance theoretical ( ref: https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99 )
Dahua IPC-HDW4231EM-AS starlight fixed lens 1080p 1920x1080
w/2.8mm lens FOV H 110 degrees: 10 feet
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varifocal starlight from security king
https://www.securitycameraking.co...-prd1.html
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spec sheet:
https://www.securitycameraking.co...28A-EP.pdf

This camera should correspond to a Dahua OEM international model IPC-HDW42xx

"2.8mm wide angle fixed lens giving you the ability to have a 109° horizontal view"

ID distance theoretical ( ref: https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99 )
Dahua IPC-HDW4231EM-AS starlight fixed lens 1080p 1920x1080
w/2.8mm lens FOV H 110 degrees: 10 feet
Think we'll see a 4mp Starlight+ on sale?
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spec sheet:
https://www.securitycameraking.co...28A-EP.pdf

This camera should correspond to a Dahua OEM international model IPC-HDW42xx

"2.8mm wide angle fixed lens giving you the ability to have a 109° horizontal view"

ID distance theoretical ( ref: https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99 )
Dahua IPC-HDW4231EM-AS starlight fixed lens 1080p 1920x1080
w/2.8mm lens FOV H 110 degrees: 10 feet
Is this the one you recommended for frontdoor?
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2.8mm Fixed Lens.

Not good for suspect identification. Only good for small coverage areas like a small room.
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Is this the one you recommended for frontdoor?
I think it's good for a front-door. He's saying within 10 feet you should be able to ID the person.

Yes, with more MP you'll be able to ID at a greater distance during the day only, but it won't have the great low light performance this camera has.

Yes, with a narrower lens, you'll be able to ID at a greater distance, but it will be a very narrow field of view.
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Think we'll see a 4mp Starlight+ on sale?
Good question. I know Andy is carrying them and will have some sort of Black Friday discount. As they are new models we'll probably be challenged to find many vendors with them.

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Is this the one you recommended for frontdoor?
Hi Slickway, This will work. I have the smaller mini-dome wedge model which is nicer in terms of WAF - but it needs light.

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2.8mm Fixed Lens.

Not good for suspect identification. Only good for small coverage areas like a small room.
Yes poopants it does have "shorter range"

Still a good camera to ID up to 10 feet away from the camera.

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I think it's good for a front-door. He's saying within 10 feet you should be able to ID the person.

Yes, with more MP you'll be able to ID at a greater distance during the day only, but it won't have the great low light performance this camera has.

Yes, with a narrower lens, you'll be able to ID at a greater distance, but it will be a very narrow field of view.
Indeed. Thanks MrMonopoly.
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Weird question... Are the 2mp starlight cameras that much better at night than an 8mp 4k camera? I understood the sensor size difference, but shouldn't it balance out with the resolution too? Are they also worth the difference in picture quality during the day?
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Weird question... Are the 2mp starlight cameras that much better at night than an 8mp 4k camera? I understood the sensor size difference, but shouldn't it balance out with the resolution too? Are they also worth the difference in picture quality during the day?
Hi BlackBeardPirate

Q: Are the 2mp starlight cameras that much better at night than an 8mp 4k camera?
A: There are a number of reviews and sharing of video examples at ipcamtalk on this topic, so that would be a good place to start looking closer at this question. Also remember there now are 8MP cameras with 1/1.8" sensors which do better in low light conditions vs the 1/2.5" sensor models.

Q: I understood the sensor size difference, but shouldn't it balance out with the resolution too?
A: This also is well covered there.. perhaps even in the cliff notes at ipcamtalk. The basic rule is that pixel size makes a significant difference for low light image capture. Most higher resolution cameras have more pixels on the sensor chips as well as smaller pixels. ( additional attributes also effect the quality of the image capture.. however to keep it simple I'm just talking about pixel size.. )

Q: Are they also worth the difference in picture quality during the day?
A: This is up to you. Most 8MP cameras will out perform a 2MP camera in good light conditions in terms of amount of image that is captured - and thus "ID distance". If all you are concerned about is image capture in well lighted conditions then the 8MP will often be a better option.

Naturally there's more details, specs, price points to consider - so many times it can be more nuanced of a issue when you actually are comparing this. ( example: many of the 1080P 2MP cameras can process far more fps than a 8MP camera which most of us are willing to pay for )
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