$149.95 MSRP*

(* discounts available for resellers, repeat customers and volume purchases)

The Sharx Security HTNC2201 is a full HD / 30 fps indoor/outdoor mini bullet style PoE IP camera with IR night vision. The 3.6 mm wide angle lens is suitable for most common situations. It can be mounted to a wall, ceiling, or under an eave. Excellent choice for general purpose security surveillance and monitoring. A turret version and higher resolution version is also available, as are cameras with motorized zoom and additional features.

  • Small, unobtrusive mini bullet style, suitable for indoors or outdoors
  • 3.6 mm lens with approximately 80 degree viewing angle
  • Can be powered by PoE, 12 V DC, or Sharx Security NVR
  • Sharx Security HTNC2201 $149.95 - same MSRP price as Axis Companion Mini Bullet LE $149.95, but Sharx Security HTNC2201 can be used with any ONVIF software or NVR while Axis companion cameras must be used with Axis companion software/hardware.
  • Sharx Security HTNC2201 and Axis Companion Mini Bullet LE both have a fixed lens and supprt H.264 or H.265 capability at full HD / 30 fps
  • 30 fps H.264 or H.265 at full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution
  • Selectable light metering: Spot, Center, Average, Left, Right, Bottom
  • Basic Wide Dynamic Range for more detail in shadows
  • Quad stream with 3x H264 / H265 + 1x MJPEG / JPEG
  • Tamper detection

Quick Delivery

This camera model is in stock in our New Hampshire warehouse and usually ships by the next business day


Refund Policy

30 days money back guarantee (excluding shipping) if this camera does not meet your expectations. Product must be returned complete and without damage. RMA authorization must be obtained prior to return. 

Limit of 1 refund per customer.


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