CIB 460TVL Outdoor CCD Bullet Infrared Day Night Security Camera w/ Sony Supe…


This Vandal Indoor Outdoor Bullet camera is idea for your surveillance applications. This infrared color camera works on day and night and it will do automatically switch to black and white picture at night. It provide you with the clear high resolution image. Equipped with 24 infra-red LEDs, this camera will make any objects visible up to 35FTFT. The camera easily connects to your TV, VCR or security monitor for the protection of your home, office or other valuables. * CAMERA SPECIFICATION * Vandal Proof Day and Night * Indoor Outdoor, Wall mount or Celling mount * 1/3″ CCD Color Dome with Sony Super HAD CCD Image Sensor * NTSC:510(H) X 492(V) * High Resolution 460TV Line * 0.0Lux/F1.2 * Camera Lens 3.6mm * Day and Night Infared 24 LEDs Up to 35ft * Electronic shutter, 1/50(1/60) «1/100,000ses * Operation temperature, -20«50 * Power supply, DC12V * Dimensions(mm):75(D)x75(H) * Weight(g):230(g) * This item is included one camera with bracket and power supply only. If you need cable, please check our store another items. This product is CIB brand. Please report to Amazon or USA Security Store if you received products without CIB logo.

$ 29.00

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  1. jaxonj

    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Wide view, October 17, 2012
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    jaxonj

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    I bought this camera to replace a Zmodo camera on my front porch. I have 8 cameras but the colors are off and they are not very high def. Well this camera has much better colors but the definition is about the same. I bought it because it is a CCD and supposed to be a better picture but it is about the same as my other cameras except it is a wide view with pretty good colors, and the night vision is much better than my Zmodo, but in the day time the definition is about the same. The wide view makes things seem farther away but it does seem to have better definition up real close like under 5 feet. I’m glad I bought it because now I can see the entire side of my house but I think I’ll just keep the rest of my cameras. It is really a lot like my Zmodo cameras, it is clear enough for a police video out to about ten feet but after that I don’t know if it would hold up in court, although you can still easily identify people you know, you just don’t get that clear facial definition. Here’s what I don’t understand, I bought a spy camera for 10 dollars that is a on a key chain, it holds a mini card, and it has much better definition and colors than these big security cameras. It has a tiny lens and it weighs like an ounce or two…what’s up with that?

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  2. tuned

    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    CIB 460 TVL w 24IRs is good for $29 stock by Amazon, February 13, 2013
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    tuned

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    CIB 460 TVL w 24IRs is good for $29 stock by Amazon. On time (2 day UPS).
    Even has power supply! Installed one today. I have 400 TVL Night Owl original CMOS cams, an Evertech 700 TVL (with Sony Super HadII ccd chip and 30 IRs), and I now bought these. I prefer a wider angle lens (3.6mm) unless it is a door cam where better detail is wanted, then 6mm is ok like the N-O originals. I fitted a 2.1mm lens into one N-O cam (had to lose the IR ring to fit they are so compact)and love it but I can’t find them original on Amazon.
    After head to head comparisons I find not near enough difference to justify more than the $29 CIBs here. Day or night. The vaunted Sony Super HAD chips are not with the cost, possibly the non Sony companies use such cheap other parts that the benefit is largely lost (maybe the lens’ are cheaper also). I never even find a full Sony CCTV camera on Amazon.
    Do not go crazy on too many IR LEDs either !!!!
    Too many make a face shine so bad it is not recognizable at the close range where the camera can detail the face well enough to prosecute, etc.
    More than 20 IRs is just overkill unless the camera is really only for more than 15 – 20 feet where detail starts to suffer with all the cameras. I use the (approximately) $10 (36 LEDs?) IR illuminators separate from the cameras to see further out.
    If you expect anything like an ordinary modern camcorder image you need to bite the bullet and invest in all digital (NVR not DVR) and HD (at least 720P, but why not 1080P at those prices). Uses ethernet type cables, not CCTV. Upside is many of the cams have SD cards usable like gamecams without cables, and can stream to websites without a computer.

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  3. SES51 "Steve"

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    GR8 Wide Angle And Night Vision Coverage!, June 26, 2013
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    SES51 “Steve” (East Coast) –

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    For the price point (under $50), these are probably the best outdoor, fixed lens, wide-angle, night-vision, color-correct cameras you could upgrade your video surveillance system with. Yes, there are better, higher quality- more expensive cameras out there- but you’ll most likely have to triple this camera’s price to get only a marginal performance increase. These also come with a power supply, so you can do really long wire runs if you have power outlets at the camera ends.

    I tried, and still use, a couple “Z” replacement, wide angle cameras- but their resolution quality isn’t as good- especially at night- and the “Z” camera’s color rendition is horrible in daylight. These CIB’s are over 90% color accurate in daylight and shadows. These CIB’s also have more IR night coverage (wider illumination) than the “Z’s” (spot coverage) but maybe a 5° to 10° thinner video radius… however, still much more wide angle coverage than standard 6mm lenses offer. The “Z’s” video is also somewhat “washed-out” where these CIB’s are higher contrast. Plus, those recently manufactured (blue-box) “Z’s” have a grainy, wavy interference effect (not related to line length or power drop) that infuriates me. These CIB’s run on the same video/power cable as the “Z’s” were, but are interference free.

    Something else to keep in mind if replacing your standard width cameras with these wide angle ones. Because you are gathering more “landscape” (area) into basically the same sensor, the picture will be not as sharp-looking. However, the CIB’s larger 1/3 CCD seems to somewhat compensate for this over the 1/4″ sensors the “Z’s” and other inexpensive models have. If you are looking for perfection and are expecting HD, Blue-Ray resolution on your monitor/DVR like you see depicted in the movies or TV CSI shows, these, or anything in the less-than $500+ range, will disappoint you. You might want to get a reality check-up also and prepare to spend astronomically more money!

    If I had to ding something, I’d have to go with the “erector-set” mounting system (not like the pictures Amazon shows). It’s more of a scissors system than a swivel/ball system usually found in similar brands- still completely usable, however. One other word of advice that applies to any outdoor camera you buy. Before mounting permanently outside where it will be subjected to the weather and temperature fluctuations, ensure the lens ring (glass) is screwed on tightly to the case. Every camera I’ve purchased, the ring was not installed fully tightened out of the box. If you experience any fogging, this indicates a loose lens ring (or broken O-ring)… which can result in camera failures eventually. My cameras have been outside, 24/7, in the elements since I discovered this. I have not had any moisture related failures or fogging issues with these or my “Z” and First Alert cameras.

    If you have the situation where you need to have the camera inside viewing through a window because of the lack of a convenient exterior power outlet, unhook the lead to the IR lights on the inside of the case behind the IR board before installing it. This way, the camera will be useful- but you will have to have a lighted outdoor area (landscape), IR or otherwise. This might void the warranty if the camera dies and you forget to hook it back up before you return it.

    Just for comparison, I provide you with these observations which might help you decide which angle camera to use… I have a camera mount up in the covered porch rafters approximately 11 feet from my back door and two windows on either side of the door… total span of approximately 15′. The camera mount is in front of the right hand window, slightly offset to left which normally centers on the door (except for the first test). I tested three brands from the same mount. The standard 6mm “Z” and First Alert cameras show about 3/4 of the door’s height and maybe 1/2 of the window (16″ to the right of the door) when I align the camera on the door’s left edge. This CIB 3.6mm Wide Angle shows the whole door, door mat and half of the same window AND half of another window approximately 7′ on the left side of the door (when approximately centered on the door). The “Z” with the same “advertised” 3.6mm Wide Angle lens, captures the whole door, 5′ of concrete porch in front of the door and both windows (when approximately centered on the door). I can’t explain why both the “Z” and this CIB advertise the same 3.6mm angle, yet the “Z” has a wider vantage. The “Z’s” IR only illuminates the lower panel of the door due to its spot only coverage. The CIB illuminates the whole area! However, I still use the “Z” because I have motion detector lights there and I want to see what’s going on at the windows too. I use a mix of these cameras mounted around the house to provide the coverage I need for security around my home.

    My next purchase might be several of the…

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