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TRENDnet logoTRENDnet has announced a compact outdoor "bullet" IP camera.

The TV-IP302PI Outdoor Megapixel PoE Day / Night Internet Camera supports up to 720p HD resolution and night vision rated for 15m / 50 ft. It is housed in an IP66 rated aluminum enclosure only 4 inches long and includes a sun visor.

Network connection is via a 10/100 Ethernet port that can also be used to power the camera via an unspecified Power over Ethernet feature.

TRENDnet TV-IP302PI

TRENDnet TV-IP302PI

Other features include I/O ports, audio in/out ports, analog video out, motion detection windows, email alerts and SAMBA client support.

The TV-IP302PI is shipping now at a $329.99 MSRP.

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