Axis Communications Axis V5915 PTZ Network Camera (1080p)

Axis Communications Axis V5915 PTZ Network Camera (1080p)

Axis Communications Axis V5915 PTZ Network Camera (1080p)

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Axis Communications Axis V5915 PTZ Network Camera (1080p)

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Product Highlights

  • HDTV 1080p Resolution
  • 4.3 to 129 mm Lens
  • H.264 or MJPEG Compression Options
  • 63.7° Horizontal Angle of View
  • 30x Optical Zoom with Autofocus
  • Audio and Stereo Support
  • SD/SDHC/SDXC Storage Slot for 64GB Card
  • BLC and WDR Technology
  • Supports SDI and HDMI
  • Open Interface for Network Integration
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Axis Communications V5915 overview

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Designed for use in a myriad of applications, the Axis V5915 PTZ Network Camera from Axis features 1080p video resolution and can also stream audio. The 4.3 to 129mm lens creates a 63.7° horizontal angle of view for capturing a large area, while the 30x optical zoom allows you to hone in on a specific point. The pan and tilt adjustments can be monitored from the camera's web apps and are sensitive enough to allow the camera to be used for filming fast-moving scenarios like sporting events or live productions. The camera's audio connectors can be used to add microphone and speaker capabilities for recording speeches or for use as a webcam. SDI and HDMI connectors allow for easy hook ups to live production systems and monitors.

The camera's open API allows the camera to be integrated into an already existing system, and the SD card slot, which accepts cards up to 64GB in capacity, allows you to save your recordings. A Windows Decoder license is included for quick computer installation and start-up identification.

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Axis Communications Axis V5915 PTZ Network Camera (1080p)
  • Power Supply
  • Wall/Ceiling Mount
  • Terminal Connector for I/O
  • Windows Decoder License
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    Axis Communications V5915 specs

    Image Sensor 1/2.8" Progressive scan RGB CMOS
    Lens 4.3 to 129 mm f/1.6 to 4.7 with autofocus and P-iris control
    Horizontal Angle of View 63.7 to 2.3°
    Day & Night Automatically removable infrared-cut filter
    Minimum Illumination Color: 1.0 lux at 30 IRE f/1.6
    B/W: 0.03 lux at 30 IRE f/1.6
    Shutter Time 1/10,000 to 1 sec
    Adjustments Pan: ±170°, 0.2 to 100°/s
    Tilt:-20 to 90°, 0.2 to 90°/s
    Zoom: 30x optical, 12x digital, 360x total
    256 presets positions, control queue, on-screen directional indicator, adjustable zoom speed
    Video Compression H.264 High, Baseline and Main profile (MPEG-4 Part 10/AVC), Motion JPEG
    Resolutions 1920 x 1080
    Frame Rate Up to 50/60 fps
    Video Streaming Multiple, individually configurable streams in H.264 and Motion JPEG, Controllable frame rate and bandwidth, VBR/MBR H.264, HDMI, 3G-SDI
    Image Settings 120 dB WDR-Dynamic Capture, Compression, Color, Brightness, Sharpness, White balance, Exposure control, Exposure zones, Backlight compensation, Defogging, Noise reduction, Electronic image stabilization, Text and image overlay (over ethernet)
    Rotation: 0°, 180°
    Streaming Two-way, Stereo
    Audio Compression SDI: AES3 24 bit, 48 kHz
    Network: AAC LC 8/16/32/48 kHz, G.711 PCM 8 kHz, G.726 ADPCM 8 kHz, Opus 8/16/48 kHz, Configurable bit rate
    Power XLR Balanced Mono Input: 48 V
    3.5mm Unbalanced Stereo Inputs: 5 V via 2.2 kOhm
    Connectors RJ45 10 Base-T/100Base-TX
    Terminal block for 2 configurable alarm input/output
    3.5mm stereo mic/line in
    3.5mm stereo line out
    XLR-3 (L+R) mic/line in (with 48 V phantom power)
    HDMI Type A
    BNC for SDI
    Terminal block for DC power
    Input Level XLR Balanced Mono Inputs: 4.4 Vrms
    3.5mm Unbalanced Stereo Inputs: 2.2 Vrms
    Bandwidth 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    THD + Noise <0.03%
    Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) XLR Balanced Mono Input: >85 dB @ 0 dB gain, >78 dB @ 30 dB gain
    3.5mm Unbalanced Stereo Inputs: >87 dB @ 0 dB gain, >83 dB @ 30 dB gain
    HDMI Outputs: >87 dB @ 0 dB gain, >83 dB @ 30 dB gain
    3.5mm Unbalanced Stereo Outputs: >87 dB
    Output Impedance <100 ohms
    Security Password protection, IP address filtering, HTTPS encryption, IEEE 802.1X network access control, Digest authentication, User access log, Centralized certificate management
    Supported Protocols IPv4/v6, HTTP, HTTPS, SSL/TLS, QoS Layer 3 DiffServ, FTP, CIFS/SMB, SMTP, Bonjour, UPnPTM, SNMP v1/v2c/v3 (MIB-II), DNS, DynDNS, NTP, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP, IGMP, RTCP, ICMP, DHCP, ARP, SOCKS, SSH, HDMI 1.4, SDI
    Memory 1 GB RAM, 512 MB Flash
    Power 8 to 28 VDC, typical 12 W (max 21 W)
    Storage SD/SDHC/SDXC slot supporting memory card up to 64 GB
    Operating Temperature & Humidity 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C, 10 to 85% RH (non-condensing)
    Storage Temperature & Humidity -4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C, 10 to 85% RH (non-condensing)
    Dimensions 7.1 x 5.4 x 5.4" / 18.0 x 13.7 x 13.7 cm
    Weight 3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.85 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.6 x 8.9 x 8.1"

    Axis Communications V5915 reviews

    Axis V5915 PTZ Network Camera (1080p) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost least for me. Video quality is very good and the camera is feature rich. I purchased this camera to shoot live concert videos in venues that do not have a good location for cameras. We shoot lots of videos of high school and middle school bands, choral groups, youth orchestras and such. Some places we have been doing audio recordings only because I felt that I could offer a quality product. This camera should really help us out in those venues. Bands and orchestras are particularly hard to video because all of the musicians have a music stand in front of them blocking a good view of them. Height is the only solution to this problem. Along with the camera I purchased an On-Stage 120 inch speaker stand to mount it on. This may be enough for most venues, we will soon see. The bad: Documentation covers everything you need if and when you can find it and figure out the order to do things in. I spent the better part of an hour figuring out what software was needed and where to get it. AXIS, listen up, YOU NEED A QUICK START GUIDE FOR US DUMMYS. The software setup was really easy ONCE YOU FIGURE IT OUT. The other bad: The camera will automatically go to black and white if the lighting is too low. I could not find a way to prevent it nor do you get a warning. This wouldn't be so bad if you could get a fast return to color once the light level is enough but it takes a real long time for the camera to decide that color is okay now....... One other annoying thing is that the camera takes a looooooong time to connect with my PC. I'm running a very high end workstation level PC and a Cisco router so they are not the issue. Time between power up and a picture on the PC probably only a minute but it is a long minute. The good: Lots to talk about here. The virtual joystick that you use with your mouse is great! Very, very smooth movement and the mouse wheel works as your zoom function. The wheel seems to rotate backwards to me and I don't see anything in the software yet to reverse the zoom rotation. That would be nice to have. Picture quality is very good considering the type of camera. More than adequate to render in standard DVD which is what my customers want. No drop outs what so ever so far. The camera can also record to a SD card but so far I have not figured that out yet. I tried to look it up in the manual but it wasn't there or maybe it is but with some other software package. I tried to look it up in the Quick Start Guide but there isn't one to look it up in. The AXIS website has lots of information but it takes a while to search through it all. I'm still looking for answers to what I think are basic questions. I've got a couple of weeks before the camera will be used on it's first live shoot so hopefully I can find out what I need by then. I will report back after I have used the camera for a while. I think I'm going to like it and it will quickly pay for itself!
    Date published: 2017-03-20
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