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1080P Motorized Zoom Security Camera

SKU: MHD9421080G

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Regular Price: $299.99

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1080P Motorized Zoom Security Camera that produces real time 30fps video without any choppiness. This camera has a motorized zoom lens that can be controlled with the touch of a button from any of our HD DVRs or their remote app. The high definition security video produced by this camera will simply amaze. The motorized lens comes in handy when you need to change the angle of view, and you don't need to climb up on a ladder to mess around with adjustment knobs. The camera is IP66 rated, meaning it is weather proof and suitable for use outdoors. You don't have to worry about mounting it underneath an eaves; it is rugged enough to be mounted anywhere.

The 2.8-12mm lens provides greater than 90 degree angle of view when set at 2.8mm, and a 25 degree view at 12mm. It has Super IR LEDs that help the camera see up to 130ft in darkness. If your are looking for HD security cameras for your system, this is certainly a model that should be on your list of products to consider.


  • 1080P HD security camera
  • 2.8-12mm Motorized Zoom Lens
  • 90° to 25° Viewing Angle
  • 1080p 4in1 Security Camera works with CVI, TVI, AHD and analog DVRs
  • 2.4 Megapixel Image Sensor
  • Real Time 1080p
  • 130ft Night Vision in darkness
  • Day & Night IR Cut Filter, 3D-DNR, BLC
  • SMART IR to alter IR intensity based on viewing angle
  • Weather Proof IP66 Construction
  • Outdoor/indoor Use
  • 3 Axis Bracket to mount and position the camera at virtually any angle on a ceiling, or wall
  • Accepts 12V DC power
  • Dual BNC video output - (1) 1080P video and (1) standard D1 video
What's Included?


1080P Motorized Zoom Security Camera Specifications
Megapixels:2.4 MP
Max Resolution:1080p
Image Sensor:1/3 inch 2.4 Megapixel CMOS
Lens:2.8-12mm Motorized Lens
Minimum Illumination:0.1 Lux@F1.2 (AGC ON), 0Lux IR on
IR Distance:150 Feet
Operating Temperature:-20°F to +120°F
Dimensions:7.68" x 3.55" x 4.14" (LxWxH)
Power:12V DC 600mA



Return Policy30 Days Return Policy
Signal TypeHDCVI
Camera Resolution1080P
Image Sensor1/2.8" 2MP SONY CMOS
Night Vision150ft
Optical ZoomMotorized Zoom
Angle of View90° - 20°
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)No
Pan Tilt ZoomNo
Video AnalyticsNo
Important FeaturesNo
SD Card SlotNo
Power Input12V DC
Operating Temperature-22°F to +120°F
Dimensions7.68" x 3.55" x 4.14" (LxWxH)
Weather ProofYes, IP66
Camera ColorWhite/Grey
Video EncodingH.264
Warranty1 Year


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Total 5 question(s)

Can you adjust the zoom and focus on the app on my phone?

Question by: Will King on: 2016-07-01

Yes, you can adjust the zoom and focus using the PTZ zoom function on the app.

Answer by: Tech support on: 2016-07-06

What besides the RG-59 and the 12vdc is required to operate the motorized zoom from a cabling standpoint?

Question by: Gary Prince on: 2017-02-01

The HDCVI cameras with motorized zoom lens work with a HDCVI DVR. The HDCVI DVR can send lens control commands over the RG59 (i.e. video and lens control over the same coax cable).

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-02-01

Will I be able to use a simple TV Monitor, which I'm already using for a Lorex CVC6945 security camera, with this camera w/zoom... and how would I control the zoom aspect of it? Would I be able to control the zoom manually, how is the focus handled? Thank you, RD

Question by: Robin David Dreeke on: 2017-02-25

Please note this camera is a HDCVI camera and requires a HDCVI DVR for deciphering the 1080P video signal and to control the motorized lens. This is not an analog camera like the Lorex you mentioned.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-02-28

What do I need to set my DVR setting to such as protocol, baud rate, data bits and also the stop bits for the zoom to work.

Question by: Declan on: 2018-02-11

This camera is a motorized zoom camera that can be controlled to zoom in/out from the DVR, computer, or mobile app; it does not pan or tilt. HDCVI technology sends video and data over the coax wire without needing additional wiring and configuration for RS485. There is no RS485 configuration needed for the zoom lens to be controlled as the signal auto-negotiates using the HDCVI protocol. You can read more about what is hdcvi? here. If you are interested in using a PTZ Camera that is HDCVI compatible, we suggest you read the following article that discusses how to connect a HDCVI PTZ camera to your HDCVI DVR. You will need a HDCVI DVR or XVR whether you are using a HDCVI motorized zoom bullet camera or a HDCVI PTZ camera.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-02-12

I have a Bunker Hill Security 8 channel surveillance DVR from system from Harbor Freight. Will this camera motorized zoom camera work with my system? And specifically, will the zoom work? If not and you sell a zoom camera that will work with my system, please send a link or info. Thanks.

Question by: Don on: 2018-04-15

You need a HDCVI DVR or a Tribrid DVR that supports CVI signals for video. CVI signals send video and lens control over coax. It would not work with a Bunker Hill system unless it supports CVI signals.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-04-16