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TRENDNet's two new indoor/outdoor "covert" network cameras are the bullet-shaped TV-IP318PI Indoor/Outdoor 8MP 4K H.265 WDR PoE IR Bullet Network Camera, and the domed TV-IP319PI Indoor/Outdoor 8MP 4K H.265 WDR PoE IR Dome Network Camera with a fixed pan/tilt with rotational lens. Both cameras support 4K resolution for high definition recording with H.265 compression, and smart IR LEDs that are invisible to human sight for night vision capability good up to 30 meters.

The "cover" design aspect is a lens design that masks the IR LEDs making the LEDs invisible to the human eye when they are enabled for night vision.

Housed in IP67 rated material, both cameras are suitable for indoor or outdoor use and are PoE enabled, opening several options for enhanced placement flexibility.

TRENDnet TV-IP319PI

TRENDnet TV-IP318PI and TV-IP319PI IP cameras

Other listed features for the TV-IP318PI and TV-IP319PI include 4K UHD video (3840 x 2160) at 20 fps, 120 dB WDR image balancing, and a Micro SD slot supporting up to 128 GB of storage.

Available now via TRENDnet’s online store and through authorized distributors and retailers, the TV-IP318PI and TV-IP319PI are both $299.99 MSRP.

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