IN-8015 Full HD

Full-HD Lenses


Example Images (Day)

4.2mm Default Wideangle vs. 2.8mm Super Wideangle, 8mm Standard Lense and 16mm Tele Lense


Available Lenses

IN-8015 HD 2,8mm Lense

Super Wide Angle Lense

2,8mm Lense for IN-8015 Full HD

By simple changing the lens you will get an angle of view of about 120°.

IN-8015 HD 8mm Lense

Standard Lense

8mm Lense for IN-8015 Full HD

By simple changing the lens you will get an angle of view of about 45°.

IN-8015 HD 16mm Lense

Tele Lense

16mm Lense for IN-8015 Full HD

By simple changing the lense you will get an angle of view of about 25°.


Example Images(Nightvision)

4.2mm Default Wideangle vs. 2.8mm Super Wideangle, 8mm Standard Lense and 16mm Tele Lense

The test images show you a comparison between the camera's Software WDR and Hardware WDR - for a detailed instruction about those two modes, please follow this Link.


1080p vs 720p

4.2mm Default Wideangle vs. 2.8mm Super Wideangle, 8mm Standard Lense and 16mm Tele Lense


Image Quality

Wideangle vs Resolution

By using a lense with double the focal length, you will half the angle of view. That means that an object at the same distance, e.g. a license plate, will be displayed twice as big and be resolved by twice as many pixels by the image sensor. Writing, that is barely visible using a wide-angle lense, might be easily discernible with a standard or tele lense.

It is important to choose the right lense for the surveillance task at hand. INSTAR allows you to find the perfect balance between field of view and resolution. The following example shows a license plate at a distance of approx. 6m, using lenses with different focal lengths (click on Gallery to enlarge).

16mm Lense

IN-8015 HD vs IN-6014 HD

8mm Lense

IN-8015 HD vs IN-6012 HD

4.2mm Lense

2.8mm Lense

IN-8015 HD vs IN-6012 HD