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With its tough exterior and WDR function, the Axis Communications P3301-V is the perfect candidate for securing areas with difficult lighting conditions and/or where vandalism is a concern. Of equal importance is its use of the H.264 video codec, so you'll get to efficiently manage the data distribution process. You'll also appreciate its compact, low profile form, so that the camera won't be the first thing people will notice when they walk into your establishment.
Vandal Resistant Dome
Sometimes you need to protect the camera before it can protect you. In those situations it'd be wise to invest in a vandal resistant camera. With its tough exterior shell, the P3301-V is able to withstand intentional or accidental damage. As such, it is a good choice for installation in retail shops, prisons, banks, hospitals and environments of a similar critical or tough nature.
Multiple H.264 & MJPEG Streams
For efficient data management, you can choose to send multiple streams of video simultaneously in both the H.264 and MJPEG formats. Furthermore, you can individually adjust the frame rates for each video stream in order to suit a particular application or to satisfy a network requirement.
Wide Dynamic Range
WDR technology separately analyzes the dark and bright parts of an image, ensuring that pictures don't turn out over or under exposed.
Camera Tampering Detection
A built-in sensory system will activate an alert if it detects someone trying to block, spray paint or otherwise tamper with the camera.
In the Box
Axis Communications P3301-V Vandal Resistant Fixed Dome Network Camera
Compression Color Brightness Sharpness Contrast White balance Exposure Control Exposure Zones Backlight Compensation Wide Dynamic Range Fine Tuning of Behavior at Low Light
Rotation: 0°, 90°, 180°, 270°
Mirroring of Images
Text and Image Overlay