- Brand Name: Drift
- Drift Model: Ghost N1
- Image Sensor: OmniVision Series
- Effective MegaPixel: >25MP
- Origin: Mainland China
- Supporting Language: French,German,Spanish,Russian,English,Simplified Chinese,Traditional Chinese Style
- Main Processor ( Maximum HD Support): Ambarella A7 (1080P/60FPS)
- Display Screen: Yes
- WIFI Support: Yes
- Image Stabilization: Electronic Image Stabilization
- Memory Card Type: MicroSD / TF
- Maximum Aperture: F2.8
- Certification: CE,FCC
- NightShot Function: Yes
- Battery Capacity: 2000mAh
- Bluetooth Support: No
- Touch Screen: NO
- HDMI-Compatible Output: YES
- Volume: 43X82X31
- Package: Yes
- Memory Card Support: 128G
- Sensor Size (inches): 1/2.8 inches
- Application: Extreme Sports,Beginner,For Home,Professional,Car DVR,Bicycle,Semi-professional,Outdoor Sport Activities,Diving
- NFC Support: No
- Wideangle: 140°
- Display Size: 1.0"
- Weight: 101g-150g
- Remote Control Support: Yes
- Waterproof: No
- Additional Function: Support WIFI
- Built-in Memory Size: Non
Network Speed： 100Mbps
Livestream protocol： RTSP, RTMP, H.264
Mic： Internal and External
USB ： Mini USB
Size： 43（W）* 82.2（L）* 31.4（H）mm
Ghost 4K+ Camera
POE Power Adaptor
Install your Ethernet Module
1.Remove the original battery module from your Ghost 4K+ camera.
2.Place Drift Ethernet Module on the camera body, ensuring that the module’s 30pin connector is above the camera’s female connector, put down on both ends simultaneously till the module clicks into place.
3.Connect your Ethernet cable (Not included in the package) to the port of Ethernet module, another end to the port of POE Splitter (opposite to the power port)
4.Connect the Ethernet cable on your POE Splitter to a router, and make sure the master device, either a computer or mobile phone, wired or wirelessly, is connected to the router as well.
5.Supply power to the POE splitter through the Power adaptor.
6.Your camera will automatically power on and join the network, after that (rear LED becomes solid green), you can find the last 8 bits of your camera’s IP address from camera’s rear LCD.