Axis Unveils 2 Vandal-Resistant Mini Dome Cameras

The AXIS M3024-LVE and AXIS M3025-VE introduced
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Axis Communications Inc., a producer of network video surveillance, unveils the latest AXIS M30 Series network cameras, which are outdoor-ready and vandal-resistant fixed mini domes with HDTV and day/night video performance.

The AXIS M3024-LVE with integrated infrared illumination and AXIS M3025-VE are easy to install for indoor and outdoor surveillance needs of small- to mid-sized installations such as schools and offices, according to Axis.

The AXIS M3024-LVE provides 1-megapixel or HDTV 720p video with an 80-degree field of view, while the AXIS M3025-VE delivers 2-megapixel or HDTV 1080p video with a wide 93-degree viewing angle, the company says.

Both cameras have an automatic infrared-cut filter to allow the cameras to capture color video during daytime conditions and make use of the unseen IR light in low-light conditions for high-quality black and white video, Axis says. The AXIS M3024-LVE further enables surveillance in complete darkness when using its built-in IR LED illumination. Some of the cameras other features include:

  • Intelligent video applications such as video motion detection and tampering alarm, as well as downloadable applications via Axis Camera Application Platform (such as people counting, heat mapping and license plate recognition).
  • Multiple, individually configurable streams in H.264 and Motion JPEG video formats.
  • Enhanced alarm management with one input/one output for connecting external devices.
  • Wide Dynamic Range with dynamic contrast for handling difficult lighting conditions.

“AXIS M30-VE cameras will be extremely attractive for all types of professional installations for high-performing outdoor and vandal-resistant surveillance, but particularly in the price-sensitive small-system market where IP video is quickly growing to overtake the analog CCTV incumbent,” says Fredrik Nilsson, Axis’ general manager.

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