AXIS Q1775 Fixed Network Camera is an indoor, day and night HDTV camera that covers great distances, providing both wide overviews and detailed images for identification purposes. It can easily be integrated in other products such as explosion protected housings, Pan/Tilt solutions and other specially designed housings.
Featuring 10x optical zoom, 12x digital zoom and auto focus, AXIS Q1775 can instantly provide the desired field of view in perfect focus. The camera's Wide Dynamic Range with dynamic capture uses several images with different exposure times. The advanced image processing results in video with exceptional clarity and sharpness. With its built-in microphone, it offers excellent CD-quality two-way audio in 48 kHz.
AXIS Q1775 supports multiple, individually configurable H.264 and Motion JPEG streams in full frame rate. With day & night functionality and progressive output, it provides exceptional quality images even of fast moving objects in all lighting conditions – without any motion blur.
AXIS Q1775 complies with the SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) HDTV standards in resolution, color representation and frame rate. The camera delivers HDTV 1080p resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio in full frame rate 60/50 fps.
The camera has a built-in slot for an SDHC/SDXCTM* memory card which makes it possible to store days of recording without any external equipment. Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) supplies power to the camera through the network, eliminating the need for power cables and reducing installation costs.
AXIS Q1775 includes video intelligence such as enhanced video motion detection and active tampering alarm and enhanced capacity for analytics. In addition, it includes a Gatekeeper functionality which automatically zooms in when there is activity in the scene, and then zooms out after a preset time interval. The camera also supports the installation of intelligent video applications, such as people counting, and AXIS Camera Application Platform and AXIS Video Hosting System, as well as open programming interfaces for software integration, including ONVIF.