LAS VEGAS, USA (AVING Special Report on 'ISC West 2008') -- <Visual News> Axis announced its new generation of network camera ‘AXIS P3301’ during 2008 ISC West, which offers outstanding image processing performance with multiple H.264 streams and superior image quality.
The AXIS P3301 Network Camera, with its compact design, constitutes the perfect solution for indoor video surveillance systems with demanding and efficient requirements.
The new fixed dome offering is part of Axis’ new generation network video products that take full advantage of the in-house developed ARTPEC-3 chip. The new product generation includes H.264 video compression standard, which allows improved image quality, simplified deployment and management of large systems, and improved cost-efficiency.
Axis offers the industry’s first native implementation of H.264 that takes full advantage of this standard. By using H.264 in all new generation network cameras, video encoders and video management systems Axis saves up to 50% of storage and network bandwidth compared to MPEG-4 Part 2 and up to 80% compared to Motion JPEG. This allows more cost-effective video-surveillance systems and simplified deployment and management of large-scale video surveillance systems.
In addition, the AXIS P3301 Network Camera includes video intelligence such as enhanced video motion detection, audio detection and detection of camera tampering attempts like blocking or spray-painting.
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