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The DCS-6110 Fixed Dome Network Camera has a 10/100 Ethernet interface with 802.3af PoE support. A ¼” VGA Progressive CMOS image sensor is coupled to a 3.7-12mm Varifocal lens and supports a minimum light level of 1.5 Lux @ F1.4.

The camera supports simultaneous MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG (MJPEG) as well as 3GPP Mobile Surveillance for remote viewing from mobile devices with a 3GPP player installed.

The DCS-6110 includes a free version of the D-ViewCam 2.0 management software that can manage up to 32 network cameras, with e-mail alerts, recording schedules, and motion-triggered recording.

The camera is available now at an MSRP of $699.

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