Axis reveals new Canon camera line-up
Axis Communications announced it has made seven new Canon cameras available to its customers in North America and EMEA. Axis announced earlier this year that it would shoulder responsibility for sales and marketing of Canon’s surveillance products in territories outside of Japan and Asia-Pacific. Axis was acquired by Canon in 2015.
December 22, 2016 By Staff
The new models include:
VB-H761LVE – outdoor, vandal-resistant fixed camera for tough conditions, offering 20x zoom and built-in infrared illumination. Perfect for industry, critical infrastructure and commercial buildings when it is necessary to zoom in on objects and incidents from a distance.
VB-H760VE – outdoor, vandal-resistant fixed camera for tough conditions, with a 20x zoom lens. Suitable for education, industry and critical infrastructure facilities.
VB-H751LE – outdoor fixed camera offering 2.4x zoom and built-in infrared illumination. Intended for monitoring of commercial buildings, warehouses and critical infrastructure, even in complete darkness.
VB-H651VE – outdoor, vandal-resistant fixed dome camera for tough conditions, providing Pan-Tilt-Rotate-Zoom (PTRZ) functionality and ultra-wide lens. Intended for outdoor monitoring of retail locations, commercial and bank buildings.
VB-S30VE – outdoor, vandal-resistant compact mini PTZ dome camera with built-in microphone and PTZ functionality including 3.5x zoom. Perfect for discreet monitoring of areas such as retail, education and warehouses, and where there is a requirement to change viewing angle and zoom in on activity.
VB-S800VE – outdoor, vandal-resistant compact fixed dome camera with built-in microphone. Suitable for discreet surveillance within retail, banking and education.
VB-S910F – indoor, compact fixed camera with 3.5x zoom and built-in microphone. Intended for discreet monitoring of indoor areas within for example retail, education and banking.
The new cameras are expected to be available in Q1 2017 through Axis distribution channels in EMEA and North America.
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