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Outstanding 4K resolution camera with ultra-high light sensitivity

Outstanding 4K resolution camera with ultra-high light sensitivity
Axis Communications announces a one-of-a-kind network camera that combines 4K resolution with an ultra-high light-sensitive 4/3” image sensor for exceptional light sensitivity and forensic images in almost any scene.

Featuring 4x zoom and a Canon lens, the powerful and robust AXIS Q1798-LE Network Camera comes with IP66, IP67, and IK10 ratings and can handle extreme temperatures ranging from -40 °C to 60 °C (-40 °F to 140 °F). Designed with enhanced security features such as signed firmware and secure boot, it also includes Axis Lightfinder 2.0 technology for increased light sensitivity, more life-like colors in almost complete darkness and sharper images of moving objects. Additionally, it’s possible to connect devices to the I/O ports to trigger alarms or actions and the supervised input sends a notification if the connection is cut.

Key features include:
  • 4K / 10 MP resolutions
  • Ultra-high light-sensitive sensor
  • 12 – 48 mm Canon lens
  • Axis Lightfinder 2.0 technology
  • Axis Zipstream technology with support for H.264/H.265
Thanks to supporting PoE and redundant DC power, this 4K camera is easy to install and data is safeguarded in the event of a power outage. Plus, Axis Zipstream technology with support for H.264 and H.265 dramatically lowers bandwidth and storage requirements. Furthermore, there’s no need for expensive lighting – with built-in IR Illumination it delivers unobtrusive surveillance in total darkness up to 50 m (164 ft) or more depending on the scene.

Product Adopted:
Network Cameras

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