Axis introduces fixed domes with unique PTRZ installation

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axisAXIS Q36 Network Camera Series offers exceptional image quality with their 1/2-inch sensors and high-performance image processing. The series’ unique remote pan/tilt/roll/zoom (PTRZ) capability greatly reduces installation time and allows for efficient readjustment later on. The new fixed domes are ideally suited for city surveillance, transportation, government and critical infrastructure installations.

Axis Communications has introduced AXIS Q3615-VE and AXIS Q3617-VE, featuring 1/2-inch sensors, Axis’ Lightfinder and Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) – Forensic Capture technologies which together offer extraordinary image quality also in challenging lighting conditions. The cameras’ PTRZ function also addresses the need for efficient and reliable installation.

“With the new AXIS Q36 Series we are introducing a unique remote pan/tilt/roll/zoom (PTRZ) capability that significantly reduces the time needed for installation. And when surrounding conditions have changed and the camera needs to be redirected, this can be done over the network, meaning a physical onsite reinstallation may not be necessary.” says Petra Bennermark, Global Product Manager, Axis Communications. “With the new PTRZ capability, smart conduit connection and cable management, we have made the installation process as quick, easy and reliable as possible.”

The cameras are suitable for harsh environments featuring electronic image stabilization, IK10 vandal resistance, weather protection, and shock detection.

AXIS Q3615-VE offers HDTV 1080p video at frame rates up to 30 fps with WDR enabled and up to 60 fps with WDR disabled. AXIS Q3617-VE offers Quad HD or 4-megapixel resolution at frame rates up to 30 fps with WDR enabled and 6-megapixel resolution at up to 20 fps with WDR disabled. The cameras feature Axis’ Zipstream technology, which lowers bandwidth and storage consumption by an average of 50 percent or more without sacrificing important image details. Axis’ Lightfinder and Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) – Forensic Capture technologies allow the cameras to capture color video in the dark and to master challenging light conditions such as when sunlight creates both very bright zones as well as very dark shadow areas.

AXIS Q36 Series are supported by the industry’s largest base of video management software through the Axis Application Development Partner (ADP) Program and AXIS Camera Station. Third-party video analytics applications can be installed on the cameras via AXIS Camera Application Platform and ONVIF support allows for easy integration into existing video surveillance systems.

AXIS Q3615-VE and AXIS Q3617-VE are planned to be available in Q2 2016 through Axis’ distribution channels.

 For more info visit: www.axis.com

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