Excellent image quality. Low bandwidth.
AXIS Q3504-VE provides images that are optimized for forensic purposes regardless of lighting conditions. It has enhanced Lightfinder technology for high-quality images even when they’re recorded in darkness. WDR – Forensic Capture ensures excellent detail when there are both bright and darker areas in a scene. And Axis’ Zipstream technology significantly reduces bandwidth and storage requirements, while preserving high-quality images.
Fast. Faster. Fastest.
With up to 100/120 fps in HDTV 720p with WDR disabled and up to 30 fps with WDR enabled, AXIS Q3504-VE captures sharp images of fast-moving objects and people. So you’ll be able to identify people, objects and vehicles in harsh environments under difficult lighting conditions. The Electronic image stabilization greatly improves video quality in situations where the camera is subject to vibrations, providing smooth and comfortable live viewing.
Installation that’s as easy as 1, 2, 3
The compact fixed-dome design of AXIS Q3504-VE makes installation easy and cost-effective. And there are useful aids like level assistant, digital leveling and auto rotation available. AXIS Q3504-VE also features versatile cable management with space for a service loop and optional connection to any kind of conduit. There’s a bracket included for mounting on junction boxes or directly on walls or ceilings, and there are optional accessories for recessed mounting or mounting on pendants. In addition remote zoom and focus capabilities provide convenient zooming and focusing over the network, eliminating the need for hands-on fine-tuning.
A camera that can take it
The outdoor-ready AXIS Q3504-VE is specially designed to be reliable, weatherproof and vandal resistant. It can operate in temperatures ranging from -50 °C to 60 °C (-58 °F to 140 °F). And it comes with a weather shield for effective protection from sunlight, rain or snow. AXIS Q3504-VE also features IK10+ rating, which means it can withstand at least 50 joules of impact. And an alarm can be sent if the camera receives a blow.