Those pictures are WAY too tiny to make any sort of identification of the enclosures, but from what I can see, they almost look like Pelco Spectra housings.
IPVMU Certified | 10/23/13 06:29am
I updated the post to link to the original images which I should have done initially.
Hmmm, well, the first one especially, it looks like they have an Axis minidome just sitting the bubble of an old PTZ housing... maybe not a Spectra, but something very similar, maybe a Capture Fastrax.
Here's a closeup:
IPVMU Certified | 10/23/13 05:56pm
Yes, this is the one I laughed when I saw it. This is the style Meijer used most often. With this dome, it seems they took a fake dome, replaced the smoked lens with a clear one, and stuck the Axis inside. How much CATx cable do you need inside the dome? It was simply set inside and was not mounted to anything. One of the employees was looking at me funny when I kept looking at all the cameras. She asked me if she could help me find anything. I was simply suprised that they actually increased their camera count. At one time, I would estimate that about 10-20 percent of the cameras were real. Most of them at this location, if not all, were real.
Meijer used to use box cams that would scan the parking lot. I haven't seen them move in a long time so I think they either moved away from that logic, moved to IP for higher resolution, or they broke and were never fixed.
That white cat 6 is the pigtail that comes with that axis camera - its huge. That is their PTnonZ (what I call it) it is 720p and it will pan and tilt but only has digital zoom not optical -- but that installation is horrible. I don't think those are Pelco the shape isnt right.
These are Exodus Dome we get them from Spiritech.net