The Axis Communications AXIS M1103 Network Camera uses a 1/4" RGB CMOS chip with SVGA resolution to generate clear and bright images of the surveillance area. Progressive scan technology ensures smooth image capture for scenes with fast moving objects.
This camera supports multiple video streaming in the H.264 and MJPEG compression formats at speeds up to 30 FPS. Each video stream can also be individually adjusted for frame rates and resolution to suit a particular network or storage environment.
A unique feature of this camera is its pixel counter function, which calculates the number of pixels contained in a given part of the image, for example a person's face. This is an important feature for satisfying certain jurisdictions that require proof of resolution before an image can be submitted for evidence.
This camera features built-in digital PTZ capabilities for enlarging portions of the image and for bringing side objects to the center of the screen so that they can be studied closely. PTZ operation can be automated with preset positions and guard tours. A portion of the image can also be cropped so that only relevant parts of a scene are streamed for viewing and recording.
With its PoE port, this camera receives power via the Ethernet cable, making it easier to install the camera while cutting down on installation costs. A CS lens mount allows the included lens to be interchanged with a wide range of industry standard fixed or varifocal CCTV lenses (auto iris lenses not supported).
Note: Requires PoE midspan for power
Affordable Camera for Professional Video Surveillance
The AXIS M1103 offers a professional and affordable fixed camera suitable for a wide range of video surveillance applications, such as for retail and banking as well as libraries and other office buildings.
Excellent Image Quality with Progressive Scan
The AXIS M1103 with CS-mount, fixed focal lens provides excellent image quality in SVGA resolution and offers multiple H.264 and Motion JPEG streams that can be individually optimized for bandwidth and storage efficiency.
Power over Ethernet
Power over Ethernet supplies power to the camera via the network, eliminating the need for power cables and reducing installation costs. The pixel counter further helps the installer verify that the pixel resolution of an object or face fulfills regulatory or specific customer requirements, for example, for facial identification purposes.
The AXIS M1103 supports digital pan/tilt/zoom, which allows a view cropped from the full view to be streamed for viewing or recording.
Compression, color, brightness, sharpness, contrast, white balance, exposure control, exposure zones, backlight compensation, fine tuning of behavior at low light, rotation Text and image overlay, privacy mask Mirroring Privacy mask