Here’s some demo video surveillance footage
that was recorded using the BIPRO-S600VF12 outdoor infrared CCTV camera.
The camera is mounted into corner of this room, and the door that I’m entering from
right now is 36 feet away from where the camera is mounted.
I’m testing this camera indoors even though it’s an outdoor camera, so I can test it in
a true zero light environment. This room is completely blacked out. There is no light
in this room once I turned all the lights off.
At first, I’m going to leave this lamp on. There is a 15 Watt bulb in that lamp, and
I wanted to show you what it looks like with low light. It looks pretty brightly lit right
now, but this is a big room. That’s only a 15 Watt bulb, so it is pretty dimly lit. The
camera just does a good job of intensifying the light, and you’ll see now when I turn
off the lamp, the room is almost as well illuminated from the infrareds on the camera with the
light offs as with that lamp on. This is zero light test right now. Strictly
using the infrared LEDs built into the camera, and I’m just going to turn the light back
on so I can make my way back over to the light switch indoor, and when I turn the light back
on, the infrared cut filter disengages and the camera turns back into color day time
mode. When I was making this video, I had the camera
hooked up to one of our iDVR-PRO surveillance DVRs, and so I recorded the video from the
iPhone app as well. Here’s what the BIPRO-S600VF12 looks like when being remotely viewed from
the iOS app for iDVR-PRO. It looks exactly the same actually in the Android app. The
user interface is exactly the same, but I just wanted to show the mobile app experience
of what it looks like viewing this camera as well. This is the same video you just watched,
just it’s through the iPhone app. Here’s the low light test with the 15 Watt
lamp on, and again I’ll turn that off in a second and you can see the zero light surveillance
infrared mode through the iPhone app. Because I’m just demonstrating this one camera,
I’m not going to switch views, but the app you’ll notice on the left, you can switch
them to single-camera view to 4, 9, or 16 camera grid views. The app also supports viewing
recorded video that’s been recorded to the DVR as well.
For more information about this security camera, the DVR used to record the video surveillance
footage and the mobile apps for iOS and Android, please visit www.cctvcamerapros.com/S600VF12.