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AXIS M1124-E Network Camera AXIS M1025 Network Camera AXIS M1065-LW Network Camera
AXIS M1025 Network Camera
List Price: 299.00
AXIS M1124-E offers a professional and affordable fixed camera suitable for a wide range of video surveillance applications, such as for retail and banking as well as libraries and other office buildings. It can be used indoors, as well as in an outdoor housing. AXIS M1025 delivers HDTV 1080p or 2 megapixel resolution in full frame rate, in multiple H.264 Motion and JPEG streams, individually optimized for different quality needs and bandwidth constraints. When connecting the camera via the HDMI output (Micro), the live view streaming can be viewed on a public monitor at HDTV 720p. With a wide horizontal field of view of 94 degrees, AXIS M1025 also offers a fixed lens with adjustable focus. AXIS M1065-LW is made for easy, installation. It comes with a combined corner and wall bracket that lets anyone install it perfectly: Drop the camera in the bracket and its perfectly positioned to provide 110 coverage of the room. And AXIS M1065-LW is wireless, so there are no unnecessary cords or cables to worry about. Just place the camera in the bracket, plug it in and youre ready to start recording.
AXIS M3106-LVE Network Camera AXIS P1428-E Network Camera AXIS Q1942-E PT Mount Thermal Network Camera
AXIS M3106-LVE is a flexible mini dome that gives you built-in IR illumination and Quad HD video quality at an attractive price. Our best-in-class product, its suitable for outdoor use and perfect at the back entrance of a store, restaurant or hotel, for instance. AXIS P1428-E provides 8.3 MP/4K Ultra HD resolution at 30 frames per second. When using a standard HDTV monitor or a 4K monitor, the high resolution will improve the possibilities to magnify any part of the scene to pull crisp forensic video from large areas. AXIS Q1942-E PT Mount is easy to install and can easily be integrated with existing security systems. The following installation video shows how to mount the camera on a positioning unit.