Globally renowned video surveillance, analytics and access control systems firm, Axis Communications has announced AXIS P5655-E PTZ Network Camera, a cost-effective, high-performance network PTZ camera for versatile surveillance applications. It comes with the new generation chip that offers improved imaging, enhanced security features, extended capabilities for video analytics and radically more efficient video compression technology.
P5655-E PTZ Network Camera
AXIS P5655-E features a light-sensitive sensor and forensic WDR for greater clarity in both dark and light settings
AXIS P5655-E features a light-sensitive sensor and forensic WDR for greater clarity even when there are both dark and light areas in the scene. Additionally, incorporated with Axis Lightfinder 2.0 technology, the camera captures low-light images with more saturated colours and sharper images of moving objects.
Additionally, electronic image stabilisation minimises the effects of vibration and shaking. Including extended processing power for advanced analytics, the camera also offers a choice of four scene profiles (indoor, outdoor, forensic and traffic). For each profile, the camera automatically optimises exposure time, white balance, aperture, sharpness, contrast, and noise to suit specific scene requirements.
Signed firmware and secure boot guarantees that the firmware hasn’t been altered and ensures only authorised firmware is installed. And if needed, secure boot guarantees that the camera is completely free of malware after a factory default.
Key features of the AXIS P5655-E PTZ Network Camera include:
- HDTV 1080p with 32x optical zoom
- Forensic WDR and Lightfinder 2.0
- Signed firmware and secure boot
- Focus recall and EIS
- Zipstream with support for H.264 and H.265
Two-way audio function
To ensure flexible and seamless installation, the P5655-E PTZ Network Camera comes with two-way audio functionality and four I/O ports. Furthermore, Axis Zipstream technology with support for H.264 and H.265 video compression significantly lowers bandwidth and storage requirements.