AXIS Q6075 PTZ Network Camera is a robust, high-performance PTZ camera that offers superior light-sensitivity for clear, sharp overviews and excellent details in demanding light conditions. It’s ideal for mission-critical surveillance in wide, open, indoor areas such as airports, train terminals and shopping malls. Featuring the new generation Axis chip, it includes enhanced security features such as signed firmware and secure boot.
Informations about AXIS Q6075 PTZ Network Camera
Superior details in any light
AXIS Q6075 offers 40x optical zoom and superior video quality with excellent details in HDTV 1080p. It features Lightfinder 2.0 which captures low-light images with more saturated colors and sharper images of moving objects. And, Zipstream with support for H.264 and H.265 preserves all the important forensic detail you need, while significantly lowering bandwidth and storage requirements.
Whenever, wherever it’s needed
This top-of-the-line camera contains all the functionality you need to track and identify suspect behavior. It offers autotracking 2 with click and track functionality for active object tracking. Additionally, it includes an orientation aid with support for dynamic overlays for quick orientation. It comes with AXIS Guard Suite analytics for detecting motion, intrusion and loitering. Furthermore, where privacy must be kept, privacy masking with mosaic lets you pixelate whole areas such as a neighboring property.
Keeping you secure
The cameras are packed with advanced security functionality to prevent unauthorized access and safeguard your system. Signed firmware and secure boot guarantee that the firmware hasn’t been compromised and ensure only authorized firmware is installed. And if needed, secure boot guarantees that the camera is completely free of malware after a factory default. For added peace of mind, it includes a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) that is FIPS 140-2 level 2 certified. This module ensures secure storage of all cryptographic keys and certificates even in the event of a security breach.