This article provides a comprehensive explanation of the dual-view display and auto-zoom tracking features of Reolink TrackMix series.

Applies to: Reolink TrackMix PoE, TrackMix WiFi, TrackMix (Battery), TrackMix LTE, TrackMix LTE Plus, TrackMix Wired LTE, Argus Track

Equipped with dual lenses, Reolink TrackMix series can deliver both full-view and close-up images of the same event simultaneously, presenting them on a single screen. The camera with auto-tracking pans and tilts up to 355° horizontally and 90° vertically to automatically track the object, continuously zooming in on the tracked object to closely follow its movements. In this article, we will delve deeper into the dual-view display and auto-zoom tracking features further. 

Dual-View Display

Reolink TrackMix series have a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens. The wide-angle lens brings a broad overview in high resolution, while the telephoto lens clearly displays a close-up image. The two kinds of images can be viewed simultaneously on one screen.

Here is an example illustrating the dual-view display: 


Auto-Zoom Tracking

Through the integration of dual-view and auto-tracking technologies, the Reolink TrackMix series introduces the auto-zoom tracking feature.
In the wide-angle view, which is captured by the camera's wide-angle lens, the camera pans and tilts to keep the detected objects within its field of view. In the close-up view, the camera zooms in automatically to closely follow the targeted object within its field. This can help you track the situation and details at the same time, eliminating the need for manual adjustments such as panning, tilting, or zooming. It is worth noting that the TrackMix camera utilizes advanced technology to restore details and enhance the image quality of close-up shots.

The video demonstrates the impressive auto-zoom tracking effect: