Is This PTZ Bullet Design More Practical Than Dome Style?

Found this on LinkedIn, Milesight has a PTZ that is based on a bullet-style mount instead of the dome style that seems to be more common.

Are there any benefits to this approach? Is this preferable to the dome-style PTZs for any applications?

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