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This solution 20 MP a 8 Fps, ideal for monitoring cities over long distances, Airports, transport infrastructures, stadiums and other open spaces, uses Canon's latest image sensor technologies and EF lenses to achieve high levels of color, contrast and detail, even in the most complex lighting conditions.

Axis Q1659

The network camera Axis Q1659 combines high-performance image sensor and lenses Canon EF/EF-S, to provide high image quality with great detail in different surveillance applications, even in the most complex lighting conditions.

An ideal solution for monitoring cities over long distances, Airports, transport infrastructures, stadiums and other open spaces.

"This camera combines the best of the two worlds: Canon's exceptional stamped image quality and professional photographic technologies with Axis security solutions, they offer everything you need to enjoy a complete installation, flexible and easy to manage. In addition, can be easily integrated into existing security environments, as it supports a wide range of VMS solutions", says Olof Leidecker, Axis International Director of Products.

Axis Q1659 has a resolution of 20 megapixels to 8 Fps, allowing you to get a high level of detail by monitoring open spaces and over long distances. Incorporates single-target DSLR imaging technologies (Dslr) and allows you to choose between 7 DIFFERENT EF/EF-S objectives, depending on the needs of each user. Its EF lens mount makes it easy to switch your target.

This fixed camera is accompanied by the industry's largest video management software platform, through the app developer partner program (Adp) Axis and Axis Camera Station.

Axis camera application platform makes it easy to install third-party video analytics applications. And Onvif support opens the door to integration into existing video surveillance systems.

This new camera also includes the latest version of Axis Zipstream technology, reducing the bandwidth and storage space required in video surveillance applications, without letting any important details of the image escape. In addition, an SFP slot for optional fiber connections allows network connection even over long distances.

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By • 21 Sep, 2016
• Section: Video surveillance