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HOWTO: Adjust Motion Detection Settings in an Axis IP Camera

June 30th, 2008 by Greg

Axis 207W motion detection graphThe majority of IP cameras available today support a feature known as ‘Motion Detection’ or ‘Video Motion Detection’ (VMD). This is a very useful feature for security applications as it will detect when something has moved in a scene and can notify the user in a number of ways including email or activating external alarms or lights etc.

Sometimes though you might find that it triggers when there is very little movement or it triggers when other objects move in the scene such as traffic or plant-life outside a visible window or pets indoors.

Fortunately most IP cameras come with ways to help reduce the number of false alarms such as masking, multi-window detection or sensitivity settings.

What this guide will show is various ways we can configure motion detection in an Axis camera.

This guide will be suitable for all Axis IP camera models with the exception of the Axis 206.

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HOWTO: Have your Axis IP camera send you an email when motion is detected

June 30th, 2008 by Greg

This guide explains one of the more popular security features found in IP cameras and that is how to have your camera send you an email when it detects motion. I know it’s a question we get asked a lot and it’s very simple so follow this guide for the complete low-down.

This guide is suitable for all Axis cameras except the Axis 206. The Axis 207/W/MW will also look slightly different as it has a basic interface for configuring events. The theory should remain the same but should be a little simpler when setting up.

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HOWTO: Have your Axis IP camera send you an email when motion is detected

June 30th, 2008 by Greg

This guide explains one of the more popular security features found in IP cameras and that is how to have your camera send you an email when it detects motion. I know it’s a question we get asked a lot and it’s very simple so follow this guide for the complete low-down.

This guide is suitable for all Axis cameras except the Axis 206. The Axis 207/W/MW will also look slightly different as it has a basic interface for configuring events. The theory should remain the same but should be a little simpler when setting up.

Read more >>

Axis 214 – Images

March 7th, 2008 by Greg

Axis 214 left facing

Axis 214 right facing

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