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Mini Pinhole Lens Camera HD

SKU: MP2449

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Pinhole Lens mini security camera with BNC video output is for use with a HD security DVR that accepts HD over Coax cameras. The MP2449 is a 4-in-1 HD camera, meaning it can be used in a HD security camera system that can take advantage of its 1080P HD video signal, or can be set to analog video mode for use with older analog DVR systems. You can find more 4in1 security cameras here.

This hidden security camera is small in size and has a pinhole lens making it the perfect choice for concealing a security camera in an everyday object for covert surveillance.

This mini security camera has a 2MP video sensor producing a 1080P resolution picture. The 3.7mm Lens allows for a wide 84 degree view. You can expect facial detail up to 25ft away from this camera. It also has automatic day and night modes that switch from color to black and white in low light.


  • Indoor Color Security Camera
  • Small and compact in size
  • 1080P Resolution
  • 2MP Video Sensor
  • 3.7mm Pinhole Lens for 84° angle of view
  • Metal Case
  • BNC Video Connector for switchable video output
  • 4-in-1 video output (CVI, TVI, AHD, CVBS)
  • 12V DC power jack
  • Mounting bracket included as pictured

What's included?

  • (1) Mini Pinhole Lens Camera HD

Switchable video output using the OSD button on the pigtail


Image Sensor1/2.7" 2MP CMOS
Effective Pixels1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
Electronic Shutter Speed 1/50 - 1/100000s
Minimum Illumination0.1 Lux (Color)
S/N RatioMore than 45dB (Max 70 dB)
Focal Length3.7mm
Angle of ViewHorizontal: 84°
Focus ControlFixed
Resolution1080P (1920x1080)
Frame Rate30fps
Day/NightAuto (ICR), Color, B/W
BLC ModeNone
Noise Reduction2D DNR
Audio InputNone
Audio CompressionNone


Power Input12V DC
Power Consumption6W
Operating Conditions14°F to 113°F, Less than 95% RH
Weather ProtectionNone
Vandal ResistanceNone
Dimensions4cm x 2cm x 4cm
Net Weight5 oz



Return Policy30 Days Return Policy
Signal Type4-in-1
Camera Resolution1080P/960H
Image Sensor1/2.7" 2MP CMOS
Night VisionNone
Optical ZoomNo
Angle of View84°
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)No
Pan Tilt ZoomNo
Video AnalyticsNo
Important FeaturesNo
SD Card SlotNo
Power Input12V DC
Operating Temperature14deg;F to +113°F
Dimensions4cm x 2cm x 4cm (W x D x H)
Weight5 oz
Weather ProofIndoor Use
Camera ColorBlack
Video EncodingAnalog, H.264, H.265
Warranty1 Year


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We are looking for a close range bullet or other small type camera that can be mounted on a bingo machine and focus within an inch or two on the bingo ball. We want it to be color output. Currently we have Coaxial cable running to all our monitors (4 of them). The output from the camera needs to be able to split and go through those 4 cables to our monitors. Do you have something that fits this description?

Question by: Gail on: 2019-09-25

All HD security cameras like this one transmit an encoded video signal over BNC cable. They require RG59U coax cable with BNC ends, plus 12V DC power. The HD video signal is encoded in either HDCVI, TVI, of AHD formats and will not work with an older televisions, nor with an HDMI monitor.

To take advantage of the HD 1080P resolution offered by this mini security camera, and other HD security cameras we offer you need a security DVR to decode the HD video signal output from the camera so it can be displayed through the HDMI connection to a modern day TV or computer monitor.

If HD video does not matter to you, and you are looking for standard definition video, this camnera can be swithed to analog mode, which is the older standard definition video standard comaptible with 480P TVs. To learn more about the performance offered by our 4 in 1 security cameras we suggest reading this guide.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2019-09-26