Not a good job, mr. Chinese engineer. Burned after 4 minutes of work.
It’s a shame too, because otherwise the camera is well designed, well thought of.
The IP66 protection is spot on. Tightly fitted metal twist-off housig has a nice rubber seal. The cable is fitted as tightly as Possible without cutting the cable. And there is a silicon bag for the long run.
The camera itself also looks very nice, however due to the burnout I hadn’t had a chance to see the actual picture quality.
I think this failure was due the poor QA and testing. The place where VCC cables to IR sensors have burned is I think a secondary effect to a much larger issue with the electronics. Not sure if it was CCD chip or some web server-related chip. I didn’t look for and integrated controller or what actually runs this thing, but the only heat-sinked chip didn’t burn.
Some more detailed pictures of the burn: