AXIS Q1785-LE Network Camera is a tough, top-of-the-line camera with outstanding 32x optical zoom. It’s an all-integrated camera that’s all set to take on just about any challenge, indoors or out.
HDTV 1080p at up to 60 fps
-40 °C to 60 °C operating temperature
OptimizedIR with up to 80 m (262 ft) range
Electronic image stabilization
AXIS Guard Suite included
Name: AXIS Q1785-LE 2MP Indoor/Outdoor HDTV 1080p IR WDR IP Camera, 32x Optical Zoom, Axis Communications, AXIS Communications
Category: AXIS Communications, Video Surveillance, IP Cameras, Bullet Cameras
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