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Axis announces 2 new cameras in the AXIS M32 Network Cameras Series

Axis announces 2 new cameras in the AXIS M32 Network Cameras Series
Cost-efficient fixed domes with a wide-angle view and IR illumination for indoor and outdoor surveillance.
Axis Communications announces the release of 2 new cameras in the AXIS M32 Network Cameras Series. These robust, IK10-rated fixed domes offer best-in-class video quality for indoor and outdoor surveillance. AXIS M3205-LVE delivers a wide-angle view in 1080p, whereas the 4 MP model, AXIS M3206-LVE, provides a wide-angle view both horizontally and vertically, for coverage close to the camera as well as far away.

Featuring WDR and built-in IR illumination AXIS M3205-LVE and AXIS M3206-LVE Network Cameras deliver clear and sharp video even in challenging light or complete darkness. They include a weather shield and mounting bracket for easy installation. Additionally, they offer enhanced surveillance capabilities with support for analytics such as AXIS Guard Suite. And, it’s possible to connect devices to the I/O ports to trigger alarms or actions, and the connection to the input can be supervised. Further, edge storage lets you record directly to the camera, providing redundancy if the connection to the camera is lost. These cost-efficient cameras offer highly efficient Axis Zipstream with support for H.264/H.265, which significantly reduces bandwidth and storage requirements.

Key features include:
  • 1080p and 4 MP video quality
  • WDR and IR illumination
  • Wide-angle view
  • I/O connectivity
  • Zipstream and support for H.264/H.265

Product Adopted:
Surveillance Cameras
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