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The Q1602/-E with Lightfinder technology maintains a color picture in dark conditions, as compared with conventional day/night cameras, which switch to black and white. Available in indoor- and outdoor-ready versions, the camera features progressive scan D1 images (720x576), remote back focus for easy installation, and offers varifocal 2.8- to 8-millimeter, IR-corrected and CS-mount lenses. The IP-66 and NEMA 4X-rated camera includes a wall bracket and sunshield, and it can operate in temperatures ranging from -40 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. 

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