IPC-HDBW4231F-E2-M DH_IPC-HX5X3X-Multi-Rhea_EngSpnFrn_N_V2.622.0000000.36.R.210710

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Hey guys

This model lastly has some updating on firmware since 2019.

This version fixes some bugs, improves the product performance, and strengthens product security on the basis of the last version. It does not update

1. CGI: Support test tool V3.01.2 2. ONVIF:
2.Support test tool V17.12 3. ONVIF:
3.Support ProfileG
4. MILESTONE: Support test tool Xprotect Corporate 2018, device pack 12.1a 5. GENETEC:
5.Support test tool Security Desk 5.7 GA


Andy
 

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I successfully applied this to my IPC-HDBW4231F-E2-M-2.8mm.

Having said that, it's a bummer that we still cannot view images/video through the Chrome browser. @EMPIRETECANDY do you think they'll ever update the web UI?
 

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Hi Andy - I just upgraded the firmware on my dual lens camera (4231F-E2). Unfortunately, I'm now getting to completely overexposed, almost white images. It also doesn't change anything if I e.g. flip the image 90/180 degrees or mirror. The picture stays the same crazy white. Any ideas how I might be able to fix this? I already tried the full factory reset and power cycle.
 

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Ok, I downgraded to the .35.R firmware you had posted here: IPC-HDBW4231F-E2-M Dual lens Firmware

That one works. It might be related to PAL/NTSC - the original firmware I had was PAL (limited to 25 frames/s), although bought from Andy via Amazon.com. The .36.R firmware also rebooted a lot - I was worried I'd not be able to complete a firmware upload between reboots.
 
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