AXIS M3005-V Fixed Dome Network Camera
Fixed mini dome with HDTV performance
- Ultra-compact, vandal-resistant design
- Progressive scan
- HDTV 1080p / 2 MP
- Easy, flexible installation
- Corridor Format
- Edge storage
The palm-sized AXIS M3005-V Network Camera is an affordably priced, easy-to-install indoor fixed dome that supports HDTV 1080p and 2 MP resolution. It is ideal for retail stores, hotels, schools, banks and offices.
Easy and flexible installation
AXIS M3005-V is vandal- and dust-resistant, and designed for quick and flexible installation. With a 3-axis camera angle adjustment, the cameras can be mounted on walls or ceilings, and images can be easily leveled. No focusing is required as the camera comes focused at delivery.
AXIS M3005-V offers a horizontal viewing angle of 118°. It supports Axis’ Corridor Format for vertically oriented video streams of areas such as corridors, hallways or aisles. To enable the camera to better blend in with the environment, covers are available in different colors. AXIS M3005-V also comes with a 2 m (6.6 ft.) network cable and are powered using Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af), which simplifies installations.
The camera’s support for AXIS Camera Application Platform enables the installation of intelligent video applications such as people counting.
Convenient video management
AXIS M3005-V offers a convenient video management solution with its built-in micro-SDHC memory card slot for edge storage and support for software such as the complimentary AXIS Companion. Video streams can be encoded in H.264 and Motion JPEG.
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