Axis Announces Its Most Light Sensitive Network Camera for Superior Performance
Both Day and Night
AXIS Q1635 Network Camera offers exceptional image
quality with less noise and motion blur due to large 1/2 inch sensor, seamless transition between WDR -
Forensic Capture and Lightfinder technologies
CHELMSFORD, Mass. - Axis Communications, the global leader in network video
surveillance, introduces a new fixed network camera with a 1/2 inch sensor,
designed for city surveillance applications. Thanks to its large sensor and the
supplied lens, AXIS Q1635 is Axis' most light sensitive 1080p HDTV network
camera to date. Featuring improved near infrared (IR) sensitivity, in a range
where the human eye cannot see, the camera delivers extremely high-quality black
and white images in situations with very little or diminishing visible light -
delivering video with less motion blur and low bandwidth consumption.
The camera's advanced features for optimizing image quality also include Wide
Dynamic Range - Forensic Capture, Axis Lightfinder technology, electronic image
stabilization, shock detection and defogging, as well as 60 frames per second in
HDTV 1080p resolution.
"Many surveillance applications require high quality images that enable the
identification of people and objects even in highly variable and challenging
lighting conditions," said Scott Dunn, director of business development, Axis
Communications, Inc. "AXIS Q1635 maintains extremely high image quality by
seamlessly transitioning in complex light scenarios from WDR to Lightfinder,
making it ideal for monitoring critical infrastructure sites, banks and public
places such as squares, parks, streets and alleys."
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