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Hikvision DS-2CDWD-I: Turret x MP, sensor: 1/3, IP67 with alternatives. HIKVISION 4 Megapixel EXIR PoE Turret IP Outdoor Surveillance Camera, DS-2CDWD-I mm Lens,White 4 megapixel high resolution ( x ), Full HDp video Dual video streams, dB Wide Dynamic Range, 3D Digital Noise Reduction, Backlight Compensation. DS-2CDWD-I 4MP WDR EXIR Turret Network Camera Up to 4 megapixel high resolution Full HDp video Dual video streams mm/4mm/6mm fixed lens dB Wide Dynamic Range 3D Digital Noise Reduction Backlight Compensation Support on-board storage, up to 64GB DC12V & PoE.
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4MP Powered by DarkFighter Fixed Turret Network Camera. High quality imaging with 4 MP resolution. Excellent low-light performance via powered-by-DarkFighter technology. Efficient H+ compression technology. Clear imaging against strong back light due to . DS-2CDWD-I 4MP WDR EXIR Turret Network Camera Up to 4 megapixel high resolution Full HDp video Dual video streams mm/4mm/6mm fixed lens dB Wide Dynamic Range 3D Digital Noise Reduction Backlight Compensation Support on-board storage, up to 64GB DC12V & PoE. The DS-2CDWD-I is designed for 24/7 surveillance in all indoor or outdoor conditions. It operates in temperatures of ° F to ° F and is rated IP67, providing protection from inclement weather or even direct water spray while cleaning. High Performance EXIR Night Vision and Wide Viewing AngleReviews: 2.
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Detonator 51.75: swoop in and try! Ministry of Health warns…
So, issued under all sorts of creepy NDAs (or in Russian – nondisclosure agreements) to all sorts of serious firms, sites, people and companies (both dealing with soft and hard development) Detonator 51 drivers.75 finally reached the general public, albeit unofficially.
Who became the source of distribution is unknown, but the fact is the fact: the drivers “floated away”, and now they are already here – fly in and try. What a beast this is and why such a fuss? Read the answer to this question in our earlier news (for example, leaf through the archive dated September 12 this year).
And now what you did not know yet, but really want to know:
- An incredible increase in performance is obtained (there are no miracles!) by simply lowering the image quality…
- …therefore it is highly recommended (by NVIDIA representatives) to be used in conjunction with Valve Software’s “Half Life 2 Benchmark”…
- … and in the Aquamark3 test too.
- Tech Notes: All NVIDIA Graphics Cards Supported.
- The files are dated August 28 this year and are packed in a ZIP archive.
Who needs Detonator 51 drivers.75 here (the links are alive at the time of publication), but after installation you will encounter a certain and very large number of all sorts of bugs (after all, this is still a beta version):
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