- Superb video quality in HDTV 720p or 1MP
- Lightfinder technology
- P-Iris control
- H.264 main profile and multiple H.264 streams
- Digital PTZ
- Easy installation with remote focus and zoom
The AXIS P3354 is a 1-megapixel day and night fixed dome network camera that offers superb video performance. It delivers 30 fps in all resolutions up to HDTV 720p/1MP. The camera also supports digital pan/tilt/zoom, allowing a view area cropped from the full view to be streamed for viewing or recording. This can be used to minimize the bit rate and storage needs by optimizing the fixed viewing angle after installation, or by allowing pan, tilt and digital zoom in the view.
Lightfinder technology and P-iris control:
AXIS P3354 integrates Axis' Lightfinder technology. The outstanding light sensitivity, with maintained colors even in very poor lighting conditions, is obtained by a combination of Axis' expertise in image processing, system-on-chip development and selection of the best optical components. The camera also supports P-Iris control, allowing the camera to precisely control the position of the iris. The iris opening is optimized for depth of field, lens resolution and light inlet, resulting in superb image quality with optimal sharpness.
AXIS P3354 with its tamper-resistant casing, is a fixed dome specifically designed for indoor environments where discreet and compact solutions are required. It is the perfect solution for video surveillance in areas such as retail stores, governmental buildings and airports.
96 mm x 148 x 148 mm (3.8'' x 5.8'' x 5.8'')
430 g (0.9 lb.)
Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af), eliminating the need for power cables and reducing installation costs
Intelligent capabilities such as enhanced video motion detection and detection of camera tampering attempts like blocking or spray-painting
Built-in SD/SDHC memory card slot
Advanced security and network management features such as HTTPS encryption with preserved performance, IPv6 and Quality of Service
This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. ( http://www.openssl.org)