Axis introduces two new bullet-style HDTV network cameras for difficult light conditions

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AXIS P1435-E and AXIS P1435-LE offer high image quality with full HDTV 1080p resolution at frame rates up to 60 fps, and feature Axis’ Lightfinder technology as well as Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) - Forensic Capture, allowing them to master even the most complex and challenging light conditions. The new cameras are ideal for video surveillance of city squares, railway platforms, cargo loading bays, airport terminals and retail showrooms with large window fronts.

Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, introduces two new bullet-style HDTV network cameras for day and night 24/7 video surveillance. The AXIS P1435-E and AXIS P1435-LE feature Axis’ Zipstream technology that lowers bandwidth and storage requirements by an average 50% or more compared to standard H.264 compression.

Lightfinder technology enables the AXIS P1435-E and AXIS P1435-LE to capture color video even in very low-light conditions. The cameras also feature Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) - Forensic Capture technology allowing them to handle complex scenes with high contrasts for example when sunlight creates both very bright zones as well as dark shadow areas.

“With AXIS P1435-E and AXIS P1435-LE we are introducing two compact and cost-effective bullet-style IP cameras offering the latest image processing technologies for clear identification even in the most challenging light conditions,” says Erik Frännlid, Director of Product Management, Axis Communications. “Both cameras can be installed indoors as well as outdoors, preferably with our new weather shield, designed to protect the camera against heavy rain.”

AXIS P1435-E and AXIS P1435-LE feature a compact low-weight casing and integrated bracket for wall or ceiling mount. To further simplify installation, a wide range of mounting accessories are available. AXIS P1435-E and AXIS P1435-LE offer easy installation with remote zoom and focus for fine-tuning the picture from a computer as opposed to at the camera itself. Furthermore, a pixel counter assures that the required pixel resolution is met.