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28th September 2022 Issue no. 624
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EZVIZ launches the C3TN Colour night vision camera
Featuring vivid colour night vision, motion detection, active defense with strobe light and IP67 waterproof protection, the C3TN is an incredibly accessible choice for those searching for outdoor security.
The launch of its C3TN Colour night vision security camera follows the success of EZVIZ’s C3QTN which was praised for the premium quality it offers, all at an incredibly affordable price. This aligns with EZVIZ’s commitment to offer consumers security cameras across a range of price points, but always packed with functionality and good quality imagery.
Similarly, the C3TN features all the essential elements one could ask for outdoor protection. Homeowners can rely on it with its 1080p resolution, motion detection, vivid colour night vision, active defence with strobe light and IP67 weatherproof design, all packaged in one simple device.
With 1080p resolution, colour night vision and two built in spotlights, the camera is able to render everything crystal clear, even if it is pitch black outside. It renders colour night vision up to 15 metres and infrared black-and-white vision up to 30 metres so homeowners can rest assured that any unusual activity will be clearly captured, be it day or night. With an IP67-rated camera body, the C3TN is both dust and water-resistant and can withstand even the toughest weather conditions, whether it’s rainy, stormy or snowy.
The C3TN is able to discern human shapes, rather than other objects, so when a suspicious person is detected, the camera will quickly flash two dazzling spotlights¹ for on-site deterrence, as well as an immediate notification through EZVIZ App.The C3TN Colour features the active defense function to provide an extra layer of protection. Users can watch the livestream with a simple tap on a smartphone using the EZVIZ App.
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