- 1.3 Megapixel high resolution
- HD video output
- Low illumination
- 3D DNR & DWDR & BLC
- IP66 rating
- IR range: up to 30m
- True day/night
Image chip size
Image chip type
Progressive Scan CMOS
MJPEG & H.264
Indoor / Outdoor
Indoors or Outdoors
Colour / monochrome
Yes - no splitter required
1280 X 960
Min. low-light lux
12V DC or PoE
Lens Focal Length
45° Field of View
Supplied with lens
Accepts auto-iris lens
Up to 30m
Max. Images per second
Frames per Second
Built in Heater
Product Questions (16)
How do i zoom in and out?do i set it using the software or how do i do it?
Question by: yano on 23 Jan 2014 15:43:35
This IP camera has a fixed lens with a focal length of 6mm providing a horizontal viewing angle of approximately 45°, it is not adjustable.
The 2612 or 2632 model bullet cameras have a manually adjustable (vari-focal) lens which allows you to adjust the viewing angle between approx. 30 and 90° at the time of installation.
The 8264 has a motorised zoom lens which you can adjust from the software.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 23 Jan 2014 15:43:35
What is the current delivery for one off DS-2CD2012-I-6mm 1.3MP IR Mini Bullet Camera
Question by: alan on 1 Nov 2013 14:33:23
Sorry, none on order at the moment, and 4 weeks to fetch more from the manufacturer.
We are trying to encourage people to go with the 3MP range. There are additional new models coming soon, and we will reach the point where there are simply too many options for us to keep all variants in 1.3 and 3MP ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 1 Nov 2013 14:33:23
I am thinking of buying the hikvision camera but I would like to know if there is a junction box or extension box available to make the Rj45 connection. It dies not seem to secure to have the connection point outside the camera housing.
If you could provide such a part number it would be very appreciated.
Question by: Dino on 7 Oct 2013 01:08:12
Currently there is no mounting accessory box or bracket for the HikVision mini bullet cameras ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 7 Oct 2013 01:08:12
Thanks for replying to my questions related to powering up via POE.
One more and I'm done :)
So, 4 cameras, POE Switch. Now about recording and storage. A Hikvision NVR would be the straightforward solution, however it would be expensive even if it would replace the switch (if I'll get a POE NVR). Also I'll need to get a HDD for the NVR.
But I already own a Western Digital My Book Live 1TB NAS. Would it be possible to record from the cameras directly on the NAS withough having a PC on all the time to run the software ? Or would this be possible at all, even with the PC turned on all the time?
Question by: Vlad on 3 Oct 2013 11:02:50
Only by having a PC running HikVision's PC CCTV software switched on all the time and configured to use the storage on your Western Digital drive as a mapped drive.
We'll forward a Special Offer price to you for four cameras and a reduced price 7608 HikVision NVR.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 3 Oct 2013 11:02:50
Thanks for the answer to my previous question.
I want to install 4 of these cameras so the switch is the way to go for me (TP-Link TL-SG1008PE). Less hassle compared to 4 injectors.
However I still have a question. I see that this camera has 2 mother connectors, one for the RJ45 network cable and one for the 12V power input.
Do I also need a POE splitter at the end of my cable coming from the POE router so that both are filled ?
Will the camera be powered with the the rj45 connector filled and the 12V connector left unused?
Question by: Vlad on 2 Oct 2013 10:44:39
The camera is POE-ready, so you do not need a POE splitter at the camera end.
The 12v DC connector is there as an option for people who wish to use a separate PSU instead of POE.
If you plan only 4 x POE cameras, you can use the cheaper TP-Link TL-SG1008P POE switch.
Hope that helps ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 2 Oct 2013 10:44:39
Will this camera be powered by the ethernet cable coming directly from a switch or router without any other POE injector along the way ?
Question by: Vlad on 1 Oct 2013 12:06:16
Not from a standard router or network switch - you will need to insert a single-port POE injector in the network cable to the camera.
Or, if you are adding multiple cameras, you might prefer to add a new POE switch to your network which can supply power to several cameras at once; 4, 8, 10, 16, 24,48 port POE switches are available in our webshop Power Over Ethernet category.
I hope that helps ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 1 Oct 2013 12:06:16
I am looking to install a pair of these cameras to an existing camera system that runs over wireless network.
As I do not see wifi antennas I take it that they are not wifi enabled what would i other equipment would be needed to get them running wireless.
Question by: Jimmy on 23 Sep 2013 13:16:06
You would need a separate wireless 'bridge' to add this non-wireless IP camera to your network.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 23 Sep 2013 13:16:06
Hi, I want to install this camera outdoors and connect an ethernet cable to the cameras rj45 connector, in order to do this i need to protect ferom the elements via a small junction box but the female rj45 will obviously not fit through the waterproof gland connectors opening. So my question is, Is it ok for me to cut the female connector off the end of the camera lead and then attach my own connectors up inside the junction box after routing through the gland? Is the cable normal ethernet cable or is there some special feature to the cable used in ip cameras, hope this makes sense. Thanks
Question by: Dale on 13 Jun 2013 23:38:01
IP cameras use normal network cable :)
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 13 Jun 2013 23:38:01
What mode of POE does it use? (A or B)
my PSE switch is working in MODE A only , will it work?
Question by: Eyal on 9 May 2013 09:44:37
We don't have this detail from the manufacturer (HikVision), so can only assume that it will not be a problem as based upon our experience with a wide number of user scenarios we have not encountered any problems ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 9 May 2013 09:44:37
Hi, Can you clear something up for me please. I am looking to install this in an outbuilding but do not want to run wires between buildings. Can i provide a standard 12dc to this camera then run an ethernet cable from the camera to a powerline adapter and operate the camera from inside the house. Thanks
Question by: Dale on 8 May 2013 15:24:01
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 8 May 2013 15:24:01
So what voltage should the POE run at? 48V or 12V?
Question by: Alistair on 26 Apr 2013 10:26:00
POE operates at a carrier voltage of between 37 and 57 volts (as laid down by the IEEE 802.3af standard).
POE enabled devices such as IP cameras and VOIP phones are ready to accept this voltage at the RJ45 network connector, then the device's internal electronics adapt the presented voltage to whatever the device needs to operate.
POE uses the spare cores in the network cable that are not used for data transmission.
You can use POE to a nominal maximum cable length of 100m.
A single-port POE injector, or network switch with POE, will send the correct voltage for POE (37-57 volts) NB - before doing so the powering device will check to see that a POE-ready device is connected at the far end of the cable.
Hope that helps ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 26 Apr 2013 10:26:00
Does this camera need a PoE splitter if i intend to power from a PoE capable switch, or can the power jack be ignored if there is power coming down the network cable?
Question by: Tom Davies on 18 Apr 2013 16:04:25
This camera is POE-ready, so it does not need a POE splitter, simply connect a network cable with POE power added at the source end (POE switch or single-port POE injector).
Just ignore / don't use the separate power connector.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 18 Apr 2013 16:04:25
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Fantastic little camera. The build quality is brilliant with the base been made from die cast aluminium and by the looks of it so is the main housing.
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