New AXIS Q17 Series Fixed Network Cameras offer WDR

New AXIS Q17 Series Fixed Network Cameras offer WDR

New AXIS Q17 Series Fixed Network Cameras offer WDR

AXIS Q1775 and AXIS Q1775-E Fixed Network Cameras feature 10x optical zoom and auto focus as well as WDR – Dynamic Capture. The network cameras are ideal for video surveillance installations that require coverage of great distances for wide overview while also capturing image detail for identification.

AXIS Q1775 and AXIS Q1775-E Fixed Network Cameras cover great distances, providing both wide overviews and detailed images for identification purposes.

Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, is updating its popular AXIS Q1755 and AXIS Q1755-E Network Cameras with Wide Dynamic Range – Dynamic Capture for video with outstanding clarity and sharpness. In addition, AXIS Q1775 and AXIS Q1775-E offer HDTV 1080p resolution, improved light sensitivity, day and night functionality and progressive output for exceptional quality images even of fast moving objects.

Moreover, the cameras feature excellent CD-quality two-way audio in 48 kHz for high quality recordings and are perfect for audio analytics.



“Because of the identical form factor as AXIS Q1755, it is possible to easily upgrade existing video surveillance installation with Axis’ latest technology,” says Erik Frännlid, Axis’ Director of Product Management. “AXIS Q1775 can also easily be integrated with other products such as explosion-protected camera housings and pan/tilt solutions.”



The outdoor-ready AXIS Q1775-E is designed for security installations on buildings for monitoring entrances, exits and perimeters, and for pole mounting for video surveillance of car parks or general city surveillance purposes. Axis’ Arctic Temperature Control allows the IP66, IK10 and NEMA 4X-rated AXIS Q1775-E to operate at temperatures as low as -40 °C (-40 °F).



“Network cameras are smart devices. Intelligent video analytics allow operators to not only use video surveillance for analysis after an incident has occurred but also to auto-detect and then manage the situation as incidents unfold,” says Erik Frännlid. “The earlier operators are alerted to an incident, the more time they have to react. Frequently incidents start with an unusual sound. This can be a scream, an explosion or gunshot. Sounds are not detected by video analytics – but they are by audio analytics. The AXIS Q1775 and AXIS Q1775-E offer high-quality audio functionality for a variety of audio analytics applications from Axis partners.”



AXIS Q1775 and AXIS Q1775-E offer motion detection, active tampering alarm, shock detection and Gatekeeper-functionality (guarding a gate and zooming in on detected objects). They deliver multiple individually configurable H.264 and Motion JPEG video streams at full frame rate and offer edge recording for optional on-camera storage of video footage.

The cameras also support intelligent video applications, such as people counting, and AXIS Camera Application Platform and AXIS Video Hosting System, as well as open programming interfaces for software integration, including ONVIF.

AXIS Q1775 and AXIS Q1775-E are available through Axis’ distribution channels.

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