This guide illustrates how to configure and troubleshoot Sony camera integration with the Eagle Eye Security Camera System.
Configuration for Sony cameras
Adjusting the Streams
Image 1: Main Stream
Please ensure that Image 1 matches the following settings:
- Image codec 1: H.264
- Image size 1: 1280x720
- Frame rate : 12 fps
- I-picture interval 1: Frame, and 24
- H264 Profile 1: main
- Bit rate compression mode 1: VBR
- Image quality 1: 8
- Maximum bit rate limit 1: enabled
- Max 1: 2000 kbps
- Accept frame skip 1: enabled
Image 2: Sub-stream
Please ensure that Image 2 matches the following settings:
- Image codec 2: JPEG
- Image size 2: 640x480
- Frame rate 2: 8 fps
- Bit rate compression mode 2: CBR
- Image quality 2: 5
- Bandwidth control 2: 800
Symptom: Camera loses frames or "jitters"
Solution: Disable “accept frame skip” in the main stream.
ecrease shutter speed slower gradually step by step until it is no longer flickering. Navigate to
The native setting is 1/30 S
Symptom: The camera is assigned a 169.254 IP
Solution: 1. Navigate to
Network → UPnP
Symptom: RTSP Time out. If set to '0,' then the RTSP connection will be cut immediately if the camera loses its IP.
Navigate to Video →
Sony recommends setting RTSP between 100 - 200 milliseconds on a good network. If the network is not very reliable or has known connectivity issues then max 600 is recommended.
PAL / NTSC Switch (physical switch inside camera) on EM600 series
When the casing is removed, there are two dip switches: one labeled
PAL, and another labeled
Please make sure the correct regional broadcast format is selected.
NTSC is the
broadcast format for the United States.
is the standard broadcast format in Europe, Australia, and parts of Asia.
When experiencing issues with a camera, sometimes a factory reset is necessary to boot the camera to its original state.
1. Navigate to
2. Make sure to check "Retain current network settings"
If "Retain current network settings" is left unchecked and the camera is defaulted, the initial setup will have to be performed through the camera's default IP.
3. Press the
Factory default button.
1. Remove the cover and located the factory reset pinhole button.
2. Unplug the camera's ethernet cable (power down camera).
3. Use a pin to press and hold the button.
4. While holding the button, reconnect the ethernet cable (power on camera).
The camera is now factory reset.
After a hardware reset, the camera may require initial setup through the default IP. Please see the camera's user manual for the default IP.
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