Indoor/Outdoor 1080p PoE (Large) Bullet Camera with 4mm lens, w/o adapter (ADC-VC736)

Indoor/Outdoor 1080p PoE (Large) Bullet Camera with 4mm lens, w/o adapter (ADC-VC736)

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The Indoor/Outdoor Bullet Camera (ADC-VC736) from is a high-performance indoor/outdoor bullet camera with powerful night vision capabilities. With its 1080p HD quality video and highly visible design, the ADC-VC736 provides a strong visual deterrent that is ideal for both commercial and high-end residential video installations. The camera features commercial-grade construction with an IP-67 rating and Power over Ethernet (PoE) capabilities.

Camera features

  • Power over Ethernet
  • Powerful IR night vision
  • 1080p HD video
  • IP67-rated waterproof & dust tight
  • Video Analytics, Video Motion Detection, and sensor-triggered clips saved to the cloud

Included accessories

  • Camera
  • Camera stand
  • Mounting hardware
  • Drill template
  • Water-resistant cap


Live resolution options 1920x1080, 1280x720, 640x360
Recording resolution 1920x1080, 1280x720
Recording compression H.264
Image sensor 1/2.8" Progressive Scan CMOS
Lens 4 mm, F1.6
Angle of view 86°
Angle Adjustment Pan: 0 - 355°; Tilt: 0 - 75°;
Rotation: 0 - 360°
Low-light sensitivity 0 lux with IR
IR range Up to ~260 feet (80 meters)
Image adjustments Flip, brightness, contrast, saturation, sharpness, exposure
Ethernet connection 10/100Mbps RJ-45
Operating temperature -22°F – 140°F (-30°C - 60°C)
Operating humidity < 95% (non-condensing) RH
Power 12V DC ± 25%, 10W or PoE (802.3af, 36 – 57V, class 3) 12.5W
Dimensions 4.1 × 11.8? (10.5 × 30.0 cm)
Weight 2.65 lbs. (1200 g)
Ingress protection IP67
Compliance UL Listed

Note: For information about frame rate (FPS), see What is the frame rate for video?

Network requirements

Minimum bandwidth

1.5 Mbps

For more information, see What are the internet service and bandwidth requirements for video devices?.

PoE standard

IEEE 802.3af

For more information about PoE, see How does Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) work with video devices?.