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2MP Hikvision 25X Zoom DS-2DE4A225IW-DE IR Mini PTZ

2MP Hikvision 25X Zoom DS-2DE4A225IW-DE IR Mini PTZ

Hikvision 2MP DS-2DE4A225IWG-E Pro Series 4-Inch IR Network Speed Dome, 25X DarkFighter

Hikvision 2MP DS-2DE4A225IWG-E Pro Series 4-Inch IR Network Speed Dome, 25X DarkFighter

Lens Size
4.8 mm to 120 mm, 25 × optical
Hikvision 4MP DS-2DE4A425IWG-E Pro Series 4-Inch IR Network Speed Dome, 25X DarkFighter

Hikvision 2MP DS-2DE4A225IWG-E Pro Series 4-Inch IR Network Speed Dome, 25X DarkFighter

Lens Size
4.8 mm to 120 mm, 25 × optical

Authorised Wholesaler of Hikvision PTZ Cameras

Welcome to CCTV Direct UK. your trusted source for top-tier PTZ cameras in the UK. As an authorised wholesaler of Hikvision, We bring you the latest advancements in surveillance technology to meet your security needs.

We are committed to delivering excellence in surveillance technology. Our Hikvision PTZ cameras are engineered to meet the highest standards, providing you with peace of mind and uncompromised security.

Explore our curated selection today and discover how our PTZ cameras can elevate your surveillance strategy. For inquiries or assistance, our dedicated team is ready to help. Contact us to find the perfect solution for your security needs.

FAQs about PTZ Cameras

  1. What is PTZ in a camera?

    PTZ stands for Pan, Tilt, and Zoom. In a camera, PTZ refers to the motorized capabilities that allow the camera to pan (move horizontally), tilt (move vertically), and zoom in or out. This functionality provides flexibility in adjusting the camera's field of view and focus.
  2. What is the difference between IP camera and PTZ camera?

    An IP camera is a type of digital camera that uses Internet Protocol technology to transmit video and receive power. On the other hand, a PTZ camera refers to a camera with motorized Pan, Tilt, and Zoom capabilities. While an IP camera can be either fixed or PTZ, the key difference lies in the PTZ camera's ability to move and zoom, providing more flexibility in surveillance.
  3. What is the difference between PTZ and fixed cameras?

    PTZ cameras offer motorized movement (pan, tilt, zoom), allowing operators to remotely control the camera's direction and focus. Fixed cameras, in contrast, have a static field of view and cannot be adjusted remotely. PTZ cameras are more versatile for monitoring large areas or tracking specific objects, while fixed cameras are suitable for static surveillance of specific points.
  4. Are PTZ cameras worth it?

    The worth of PTZ cameras depends on specific surveillance needs. PTZ cameras are valuable for applications requiring flexible coverage, such as monitoring large areas or tracking moving objects. They provide the ability to pan, tilt, and zoom, offering enhanced situational awareness. However, they may be more complex and costly compared to fixed cameras, so the decision should be based on the specific requirements of the surveillance scenario.
  5. What is the lifespan of a PTZ camera?

    The lifespan of a PTZ camera varies based on factors such as usage, environmental conditions, and the quality of the camera. On average, a well-maintained PTZ camera can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years. Regular maintenance, adherence to manufacturer guidelines, and choosing high-quality products can contribute to a longer lifespan for PTZ cameras.