William Rutiser wrote in post #1011466:
> On 2011-07-18 1:00 PM, Bob Carpenter. wrote:
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> --Bob
>>
> Are you sure your camera actually delivers a digital signal and not
> analog video or an RF modulated signal?

It is a digital camera, here are the specs:

Horizontal resolution: 420TVL  480TVL  540TVL  600TVL  420TVL
Imaging device: 1/3" SONY SuperHAD CCD 1/4 SHARP
Sensing Area:: 4.9mm(H)3.7mm(V)
Pixels: PAL:752(H)582(V) PAL:500(H)582(V)
NTSC: 768(H)  494(V) NTSC :510(H)  494(V)
TV system:  PAL/NTSC
Minimum illumination: IR ON Olux
SNR:   More than 48dB
Electronic shutter: PAL:1/50s-1/100.000s
Gamma correction:   0.45
Gain control: Auto
White balance: Auto
Backlight compensation: Auto
Synchronization system: Internal Synchronization
Lens: 3.6 /6 /8 MM optional
Video output: 1.0vp-p.75O,BNC Connector
IR Distance: 20M Infrared Detection range 30
IR LEDs: F822
Protection class: Ip66
Power: DC 12V 10%
Current consumption: 90mA(IR ON MAX 470mA)

The supplier (Chinese) does not provide any more details than what I have posted above. Sony produces the camera, and does provide fairly detailed docs, but I am not yet sure which specific model, out of dozens they produce, that I have received from the Chinese supplier. I have a unit in-hand, hoping to get this to work for a security camera idea I have.

Thanks,

--Bob