AXIS Q1614 Network Camera
Outstanding HDTV 720p video performance in 50/60 fps
Discontinued product, Online support only
Replacement: AXIS Q1615 Mk II
Please see the user manual for the product’s technical specifications.
- Outstanding video in HDTV 720p @ 60fps
- Dynamic capture and Lightfinder
- Auto rotation
- Leveling assistance
- Shock detection
HDTV 720p at 50/60 fps
AXIS Q1614 delivers highly detailed video in fast-paced environments. Identify of an incident is easy thanks to clear video with 50 or 60 frames per second in HDTV 720p video quality.
Superior image quality
The camera includes both Wide Dynamic Range with dynamic capture and Lightfinder technologies. Wide Dynamic Range-dynamic capture ensures that no part of the image is too dark or too bright. Additionally, the camera provides a manual fine tuning of the high-contrast image for ease and clear identification even in very complicated scenes. Lightfinder technology offers life-like colors video in low-light conditions
Without WDR - dynamic capture
With WDR - dynamic capture
Innovative installation features
AXIS Q1614 includes new innovative features to help installers to mount the camera. The leveling assistance guides to the correct level, meaning that the camera can be installed wherever but always have a perfect image. The auto rotation functionality flips the image to the right orientation, also when Corridor Format.
Moreover, AXIS Q1614 supports focus assistant, remote back focus and pixel counter, capabilities already known in the AXIS Q16 Series. The camera is further protected with shock detection, a capability that sends an alarm to personnel during attempted vandalism.
AXIS Q1614 Network Camera Video Clip
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All software isn't compatible with all products, please refer to the data sheets for compatibility information.
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