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0 Megapixel 360˚ Panoramic IP Camera, 3.5 fps, Color,
3.5mm f/1.8 IR Lens, IP66, IK-10 Vandal Resistant Dome


All-in-one Arecont Vision SurroundVideo® 180° and 360° panoramic cameras integrate four sensors with IR corrected lenses in an IP66 / IK-10 dome. 8-, 12-, 20- or 40-megapixels at fast frame rates. H.264 compression for bandwidth and storage reduction. Day/Night or Color-only models. Wide Dynamic Range (12MP). Binning mode (12MP, 20MP and 40MP).


  •    Industry's First 20MP Panoramic Megapixel Camera

  •    Dual Encoder H.264/MJPEG

  •    Indoor/Outdoor IP66, Vandal Resistant and IK-10 Rated Dome

  •    Reduced Overall System Cost

  •    Easily adjustable 2-axis camera gimbal with 360° pan and 90° tilt

  •    +/- 10° Mechanical Tilt Adjustment to Locate Each Sensor Angle

  •    Bit Rate Control, Privacy Mask and Multi-Streaming

  •    Forensic Zooming

  •    PoE and Auxiliary Power: 12–48V DC/24V AC

  •    Complete Mounting Options

The AV20365 SurroundVideo® series network camera is a dual encoder (H.264 & MJPEG), 20 Megapixel resolution, IP addressable 180 degree panoramic IP camera. The AV20365 SurroundVideo® camera line provides an all-in-one solution with integrated four high sensitivity 5 megapixel sensors, 3.5mm lens, vandal resistant dome enclosure with rated IP66 for water and dust protection, and optional heater/blower. Using MegaVideo® technology, these cameras offer bandwidth and storage efficiency of up to 10X on average over traditional megapixel counterparts The AV20365 is a PoE (IEEE 802.3af) compliant camera with Color, Day/Night and optional heater & bower configurations. Built with Arecont Vision’s proprietary massively-parallel MegaVideo® technology, the AV20365 has the ability to output multiple image formats allowing the simultaneous viewing of the full resolution field of view and regions of interest for high definition forensic zooming. Binning technique improves low-light performance, increases sensitivity and produces better SNR by combining and averaging pixels.

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