sony super had II CCD security ball camera day night vision
Security Camera Day Night - See-in-the-Dark Infrared Night Vision High Resolution Tri-Axis Ball Security Camera with 3.6 mm Lens ⅓" SONY Super HAD II 720H CCD AWB AES AGC
See in the Dark Day Night 720 Horizontal pixel CCD High Resolution Wall Ceiling Ball/Dome Surveillance Cameras.

This Camera is suitable for evenly lit to zero illumination levels in Homes, Shops, Showrooms, Offices, Warehouses, etc.

CCDsony-IRHR $69
BULK BUY Price click on TRUCK for more information Bulk-Buy $49 (50+)


Power Supply $12 12 VDC 0.3 Amp

Cable $25 Video & Power 20 m Special Price when purchased with Camera

Microphones better than inbuilt microphones from $5

Day (Colour) Night (Monochrome) Infrared Night Vision Security Camera with Twenty Light Emitting Diodes for operation in complete darkness, auto on/off Illuminator.

Plug-In DIY installation when purchased with Cable-VP* 20 metre Video & Power Cable & REG12/0.3A Plug Pack.

Higher Resolution 'Dual Glass' version of this Security Camera


Latest Sony Super Had II powered Day Night Security Camera Charge Coupled Device better than CMOS See-in-the Dark Infrared Night Vision

Day Night Security Camera
White or Off-White

High Resolution Day Night Tri-Axis Ball style Security Camera

720 H-Pixels
48 + dB SNR

0 Lux


Colour sony super had II CCD security ball camera day night vision designed to blend with surroundings in domestic and commercial applications this Camera can easily be added to an existing Security system, simply connect Video Output to an unused Security DVR Video input.

Connect to the Composite Video Input (AV, Yellow RCA socket) on most TVs and Domestic or commercial Recording Devices, if required a Microphone can be easily added and a single small diameter Cable used to carry Video, Audio & Power 20 or more m.

Sony's latest Super-HAD-II High Resolution 437 664 Pixel CCD unlike some cameras that utilise a CMOS image sensor this Security Camera has a Sony Charge Coupled Device with more than 750 horizontal pixels, significantly higher Sensitivity and higher Signal-to-Noise ratio than a CMOS sensor.

Unlike some, this Camera employs the full potential of the 437 664 pixel CCD by utilising a Wide-Bandwidth Digital Signal Processor capable of 540 Horizontal Television Line (540 H-TVL) video output.

All values are approximate. @ 3 m @ 5 m @ 9 m @ 15 m
Width of Vision 4 m 6.6 m 12 m 20 m
Video System: PAL fully compatible with Australian TV System.

Lens: Board Type 3.6 mm Focal Length, there are no Accessory Lenses for this Camera, additional information here.

Imaging Device: Super HAD CCD 2 795 (H) x 596 (V) 473 820 Pixels 752 (H) x 582 (V) effective pixels ⅓" SONY ICX639BKA Super HAD II CCD.
"Super HAD CCD II" is a trademark of Sony Corporation. The "Super HAD CCD II is a version of Sony's high performance CCD HAD (Hole-Accumulation Diode) sensor with realized sensitivity (typical) of 1000mV or more per 1Ám2 (Color: F5.6/ BW: F8 in 1 s accumulation equivalent.)

Compare SONY Super HAD II with old Compare Spectral Response Images SONY Super HAD II with old
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Imaging Sensor: Active pixels 437 664. Effective resolution 311 040 pixels (based on 720x576 DSP output & 0.75 CCD interlace coefficient).

CCD/DSP pixels: 720 Horizontal, 576 Vertical, better than Super-VHS near DVD/SDTV.

Scanning System: 2 : 1 Interlace PAL 50 Hz vertical, 15 625 Hz horizontal.

Synchronisation: Internal.

Video Output: 1.14 V p-p Composite Video 75 ohms, suit Australian TV, VCR, AV & Video inputs, BNC socket, ~ 75 cm cable.

Sensitivity: ~ 0.5 lux @ F1.2 (this value is provided for comparative purposes only), 0 lux with LEDs 'ON'. Infrared LEDs illuminate ~ 95% of the Width-of-Vision and are effective up to approximately 15 m depending on the reflective characteristics of subject.

Spectral Response: ~ 400 to ~ 1000 nm with an Infrared 'CUT' Notch between approximately 720 ~ 830 nm. For best colour rendition use light sources with a low or zero infrared component, these include conventional Fluorescent, Light Emitting Diodes, Compact Fluorescent. Colour Day / Night Infrared Infrared Night Vision information 'Primer' here.

Light Emitting Diodes: Twenty ~ 850 nm wavelength Infrared, LEDs produce a dull Red visible glow. Automatic Light Sensor switches LEDs On/Off depending on light level.

Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES): 1/50 to 1/100 000 second, 20 milliseconds to 10 microseconds, additional information here.

Automatic Gain Control (AGC): Yes.

Back Light Compensation (BLC): Automatic.

White Balance: Automatic.

Signal to Noise ratio: 48 + dB, measured with AGC off.

Power Requirements: 12 Volts DC Regulated, ~ 90 milliamps (IR LEDs OFF) ~ 170 mA LEDs ON, 2.1 x 5.5 mm DC socket, center pin +,  ~ 75 cm cable.

Dimensions (mm): ~ 93 x 75.

Mass: ~ 200 grams.

Manufacturer: 18+ years experience. ISO 9001, CE, FCC, RoHS certification. OEM & ODM supplier.

Made in China.

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  Day Night Colour Infrared Light Emitting Diode (Night Vision) Cameras

Colour CCTV Day Night Cameras with inbuilt Infrared Light Emitting Diodes "See-in-the-Dark" and produce images when visible illumination is zero.

At average levels of illumination these Cameras produce Colour images, depending on their sensitivity (Lux) at low illumination levels and in total darkness the image is Monochrome.

These Cameras generally have a relatively high sensitivity image sensor and Fixed Iris Lens therefore under high illumination levels images will be overexposed for the reasons outlined here.

Ordinary CCTV Colour Cameras are relatively insensitive to Infrared because they have an IR CUT Filter between the Lens and Image Sensor, this filter excludes Infrared radiation with a wavelength greater than ~ 700 nm that would otherwise adversely affect White Balance, Colour Rendition and Image Sharpness.

Day / Night Colour CCTV Cameras are sensitive to Infrared because they either do not have an IR CUT Filter or utilise a special NOTCH IR CUT Filter that excludes the wavelengths most harmful to colour quality (720 ~ 830 nm) from reaching the Image Sensor.

A Colour Camera that does not have an IR CUT Filter usually has poor colour rendition characterised by a Pink-Red 'tint' when the illumination is InfraRed rich, use of a 'Notch' Filter helps however White Balance, Colour Rendition and Image Sharpness are compromised for Infrared sensitivity. (Image Sharpness can be restored by using a specially designed Lens that corrects for focus shift between Visible and Infrared)

The IDEAL Day / Night Infrared Sensitive Colour CCTV Camera utilises a Lens with an Automatic Iris to cope with high illumination levels - has a large aperture (low 'F' number) to maximise light transmission and is corrected for Infrared:Visible focus-shift, it also utilises a Traditional IR CUT Filter when illumination levels are adequate for Colour and REMOVES the IR CUT Filter when levels are low our Maxi Cameras have these features and are recommended for OPTIMUM results.

Infrared rich light sources include Daylight and most Filament type lamps including common Spot lamps, Tungsten lamps, Halogen lamps, etc.

The majority of Light emitted from 'Cold' type sources such as Fluorescent, Mercury Vapour, Sodium Vapour, etc., is visible, these sources contain little Infrared energy.

"See-in-the-Dark" Infrared capability using a notch (or no) IR-CUT Filter is a trade-off that adversely affects Colour rendition in "Infrared Rich" environments

See in the Dark Infrared Night Vision Day Night CCTV Camera Filter characteristics