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Axis Q6035 IP camera revealed at International Security Conference

Axis Q6035 ip camera, small picture

Axis has revealed its latest security camera at the International Security Conference West in Las Vegas. Described as ‘top of the range’, the new Q6035 pan/tilt/zoom dome is equipped with a variety of advanced IP security features.

Alongside pan/tilt/zoom functionality and a 20x optical zoom, the camera is capable of streaming full HDTV 1080p images at 30 frames per second, or an impressive 60 fps in HD 720p. As a result, quick movements such as packages changing hands or till transactions being performed can be captured in greater detail for use as evidence. It also features an endless 360° pan function, making the Q6035 ideal for use in areas where disciplined security protocols are of critical importance, such as casinos, stadiums and airports.

Both the indoor and outdoor-ready versions sport day/night functionality, and the robustness of the outdoor-ready model (Q6035-E), with its dust- and splash-resistant IP52-rated casing, makes it ideal for installation in potentially challenging environments. The Q6035-E also features Axis’s ‘Arctic Temperature Control’ system (an attribute typical of their more advanced outdoor-ready cameras), and is capable of operating efficiently in temperatures as low as -40 °C (-40 °F).

The camera also comes with the usual host of Axis refinements; H.264 compression enables the transmission of images over a lower bandwidth without compromising image quality, and Power over Ethernet provides a cost-effective wiring solution, with data and power combined in a single cable. An SD/SDHC card slot allows users to record footage locally.

With a suggested retail price of £2,068/€2,329/$3,399 for the Q6035 and £2,443/€2,752/$3,999 for the Q6035-E, and a planned release for June/July 2011, we anticipate that these cameras will be an attractive proposition for the higher end of the IP video surveillance market in the coming months.

View our range of Axis IP cameras.

Published on May 6th, 2011 by Kevin Bowyer

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