WDR stands for Wide Dynamic Range and allows the Intellinet network dome cameras to capture video in areas with high contrasting objects; e.g., extremely bright and extremely dark. In a normal camera, if an object in a darker area of the image frame is next to a bright area - for example, a person in a shadow is next to an area with bright sunlight - then the person in the shadow would be very dark to the point of becoming indistinguishable from the background. The human eye, by contrast, can handle these differences much better. With WDR, the dynamic range of the camera is greatly enhanced. As a result, you can now clearly see the person in the shadow while the rest of the frame is still correctly exposed, just as if it was seen through the human eye. The Intellinet IDC-862 Megapixel Mini-Dome Camera is powered via the IEEE 802.3af standard. Simply plug the camera into a PoE-compliant switch or injector (not included) and begin transmitting power as well as data over the Cat5e or Cat6 network cabling. The camera's low power usage of just 5 watts allows it to be operated with regular IEEE 802.3af-compliant PoE injector. The IDC-862 is equipped with an internal MicroSD/SDHC memory card slot, allowing the camera to store videos and images even if a connection to the NVR is down. In addition, video can be submitted via e-mail, uploaded to an FTP server, or stored directly on a shared network drive (NAS Samba/CIFS/SMB share). The Intellinet IDC-862 Network Mini-Dome Camera offers a secure network connection via data encryption between the camera and the network client.
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