Inquiry About The Following Brands


Do u know anything about these cameras. Their performance and value in market.

  • FLIR

Are you looking to sell or distribute these or deploy them? Can you provide some context because otherwise it would be hard to give a focused answer on 5 brands.

Btw, are you sure it is DEBOLT? I am never heard of that nor could I find a match on Google. Do you mean Diebold?

I am looking to distribute them for a project .They have mentioned these specifications

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) 2004/108/EC

Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC

Technical specification:


Image Sensor 5 MPX CMOS sensor 1/2.5” APTINA

Number of Effective Pixels 2592 (H) x 1944 (V)

Min. Illumination

0.2 lx/F1.4 - color mode (DSS),

0.02 lx/F1.4 - B/W mode (DSS),

0 lx (IR on) - B/W mode

Electronic Shutter auto/manual: 1/1 s ~ 1/10000 s

Digital Slow Shutter (DSS) up to 1 s

Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)

Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) 3D


Lens Type varifocal auto iris DC, remote focal and focus control, f=3.3 ~ 10.5 mm/F1.4

Angle of View (H) 94° ~ 35°

We will go for a tender to get the project .

And its mentioned by the customer in the inquiry form as DEBOLT

So you can choose any manufacturer that meet these specs or just the 5 on your list above?

we are the dealers for samsung . I can choose any . but i did not heard about those models . so i want to know , how they r different from samsung.

As i sent u the specifications , if the specifications are satisfied then its ok

Those 5 vs Samsung?

American Dynamics (AD) does not make any sense to me, since Samsung's brand is stronger and I doubt AD would be less expensive.

FLIR might be interesting since it has a strong brand but OEMs from China (typically Dahua) which might deliver lower costs.

Novus and Debot, I don't know who them, can't say.

Mobotix does not make sense, going to be way too expensive and spec asks for varifocal lenses with remote control which Mobotix does not support.

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