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60M Bullet Sony Starvis or HIKVISION DOME Color-Vu?

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Hello, i need advice which camera has better color night vision from the two camera's and why?

It will be used outdoor on a street with multiple cars.


Hikvision Color-Vu (Description below)

  1. 2 Megapixel high-performance CMOS
  2. Analog HD output, up to 1080P resolution
  3. Full time color
  4. OSD menu, 3D DNR
  5. True WDR, up to 130dB
  6. Up to 20 m white light distance
  7. IP67
  8. Up the Coax(HIKVISION-C)
  9. 4 in 1 video output (switchable TVI/AHD/CVI/CVBS)


Sony Starvis 60M varifocal bullet camera (Description below)

  1. 1080p 2MP HD Resolution
  2. 2.8mm-12mm Varifocal lens
  3. IR 60m Night Vision
  4. WDR Tehnology
  5. IP66 Weather proof
  6. Video Output: AHD, TVI, CVI, Analogue
  7. Vandalproof


Also does anyone know if the Sony Starvis 60M camera will work on a Hikvision Turbo HD DVR?

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I don't know how Hikvision or Sony specifies their respective cameras' light performance, but I imagine it'd be similar to the way Dahua does.  If so, you'd be looking for specs that look something like:

Minimum Illumination    0.006Lux/F1.4 ( Color,1/3s,30IRE)
                        0.05Lux/F1.4 ( Color,1/30s,30IRE)
                        0Lux/F1.4 (IR on)

That's for the low-light IP cameras I'll be using for outdoors.  (It has a Sony Starvis sensor in it, btw.)  The lower those lux numbers for the aperture and shutter speeds, the more light-sensitive they are.

I cannot answer your NVR compatibility question.

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