Axis announces two new series of fixed dome network cameras

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axiscameraMonday, April 28, 2014: Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, announces ten strong additions to its comprehensive lineup of fixed dome network cameras. The new AXIS Q35 Series and AXIS P32 Series as well as two additions to the existing AXIS P33 Series offer customers versatile options meeting any installation need and ranging from high-end to affordable.

“The AXIS P33 Series is a customer favorite offering high image usability and great reliability coupled with features we were first on the market with such as remote zoom and focus. The new AXIS Q35 and AXIS P32 Series complement the existing offering with both high-end and affordable camera options,” says Erik Frännlid, Director of Product Management, Axis Communications. “The AXIS Q35 Series delivers maximum performance meeting the demands of critical infrastructure or airports and railway stations. The AXIS P32 Series addresses the need of customers requiring high quality at an affordable price point, for example in retail installations.”

The new AXIS Q35 Series consists of the AXIS Q3505-V for indoor installations and the AXIS Q3505-VE for outdoor installations, both with wide AXIS Q35, AXIS P33 and AXIS P32 Series offer versatile options meeting any installation need and ranging from high-end to affordable.and tele lens options. The cameras deliver smooth and steady video with HDTV 1080p video recording at 60 frames per second and Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS). The intelligent operational functions of the cameras allow operators to use live zoom for example together with the Gatekeeper application to get closer views of people or vehicles. The cameras can seamlessly transition between handling strong variations in light (WDR) and low-light conditions. The IK10-rated and dust-resistant indoor model and the IK10+ impact resistant outdoor model, together with vibration resistance and shock detection – an automatic alarm sent to the operator if the camera is hit –make the cameras ideal for installations with a need for highly durable and reliable video surveillance.

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The new AXIS P32 Series consists of four vandal-resistant day and night camera models for indoor or outdoor installation. The cameras are designed to meet both the quality and cost demands of the market, while at the same time being easy to use and operate. Featuring varifocal lenses with remote zoom and focus as well as P-Iris control, the cameras provide HDTV image quality both day and night. The indoor AXIS P3214-V and the outdoor AXIS P3214-VE deliver HDTV 720p video while the indoor AXIS P3215-V and the outdoor AXIS P3215-VE offer HDTV 1080p video. The option to add intelligent video analytics such as people counting and different camera mounting options with optional accessories make them ideal solutions for retail and other service industries.

The indoor AXIS P3365-V and the outdoor AXIS P3365-VE are additions to the existing AXIS P33 Series and provide features such as full HDTV 1080p video and wide angle of view of up to 100 degrees. In line with the AXIS P33 Series, the new cameras have the same popular design and support remote focus and zoom, P-Iris control and pixel counter. Both cameras are IK10 vandal resistant, have a wide operating temperature range and are suitable for a wide variety of installations.

The new AXIS Q35Series, the outdoor models of the AXIS P32 Series and the two new additions to the AXIS P33 Series are planned to be available in the end of Q2 2014 through Axis’ distribution channels. The indoor models of the AXIS P32 Series are planned to be available in Q3 2014.The AXIS Q3505-V will be introduced at $999$1099 and the AXIS Q3505-VE at $1149/ $1249 depending on lens. The AXIS P32 Series will range from $499 to $749 depending on resolution and indoor/outdoor model. The AXIS P3365-V will be introduced at $799 and the AXIS Q3365-VE at $999.

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