Axis Communications releases new cameras for surveillance applications
The Axis Lightfinder 2.0 and Forensic WDR technologies allow the AXIS P1375 to adapt to varied lighting conditions.
The AXIS P1375 and AXIS P1375-E network cameras, new releases from Axis Communications, offer 2 MPixel resolution and use the Axis Lightfinder 2.0 and Forensic WDR technologies to adapt to varied lighting conditions. Electronic image stabilization is designed to handle vibrations.
Both indoor and outdoor versions of the P1375 camera utilize the ARTPEC-7 chip, which provides signed firmware and secure boot functionality. The casing of the outdoor version provides protection against water, corrosion, and dust, and the camera has an operating temperature from -40° to 60° C.
Other features include 1080p up to 60 fps, Zipstream with support for H.264 and H.265, barrel distortion correction, defogging, scene profiles, and corridor format. The P1375 has a CS-Mount and built-in camera rails. The optional AXIS Fixed Box IR Illuminator Kit A accessory assists with image acquisition in pitch darkness.
To Learn More:
Contact: Axis Communications
Headquarters: Lund, Sweden
Product: AXIS P1375 and P1375-E network cameras
Key Features: 1080p up to 60 fps, Zipstream with support for H.264 and H.265, CS-Mount and built-in camera rails, operating temperature from -40° to 60° C.
What Axis Communications says: View more information on the AXIS P1375 and P1375-E network cameras.
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