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True colors in low light.

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See colors in low light.

Axis Lightfinder technology delivers high-resolution, full color video with a minimum of motion blur even in near darkness.

Because it strips away noise, Axis Lightfinder makes dark areas in a scene visible and captures great detail in very low light. The result is excellent image quality without the need for external light sources.

Thanks to a combination of extremely sensitive sensors and carefully tuned image processing, cameras with Axis Lightfinder capture full-color images in extremely low light. In fact, cameras with Lightfinder discern color in low light better than the human eye. Which is particularly important when images are used for forensic purposes. Because the truer the colors, the better your chances of identifying a subject.

Freeze right there

Axis Lightfinder also increases usability for images of objects and people in motion. Highly sensitive sensors, which enable shortened shutter speed even in low-light, along with minimal temporal filtering let you view frozen frames with very little blur. This of course makes identifying people and vehicles and assessing incidents easier.

Lightfinder 2.0

As camera technology evolves, so does Lightfinder. The concept of Lightfinder 2.0 will be introduced in selected cameras starting May 2019. It represents a step change in low-light imaging, with increased light sensitivity, colors that are even more life-like, and customized tuning for advanced users.

Green is more than a color

Together with other light-optimizing technologies from Axis, Lightfinder gives you excellent color images even in very low light. So you’ll be able to save energy – and help protect the environment – by keeping the lights off. 

…the truer the colors, the better your chances…


Outstanding performance in low-light conditions

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Low-light surveillance lead to less incidents and saved energy

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