Question about AXIS Q1602 E IP Camera

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brazil
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Question about AXIS Q1602 E IP Camera

Post by brazil » Thu Mar 15, 2012 1:18 am

Hi

Just joined the forum. Hello everyone. Been using Zoneminder for some time and I am in the process of converting from analog to IP.
From what I've been reading, the new AXIS Q1602 E camera looks pretty good. Does anyone have any experience with this camera? I don't see it listed as a Zoneminder approved model but it appear "all" AXIS camera should work. Does this sound right? Any comments on AXIS cameras in general?

TIA - Tim

Lumienkeli
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Re: Question about AXIS Q1602 E IP Camera

Post by Lumienkeli » Sun Apr 22, 2012 11:17 am

Hello Brazil o/

I would like to hear answer in same question.


I'm also looking after Axis cameras and I'm totally sceptical when seeing "Axis All" in listing.
I'm sure, I run in some problems when trying to view MPEG-stream or do PTZ commands.

I need came which can see at least 25-30metres in low light conditions and i need accurate information at every moment.
In example, i must be able to calculate from picture, how long and what color fingernails someone has in 30metres. I saw some example CIF4 streams at some page and i wasn't very happy about the results. Thou those were older models of different cameras, including Axis.

jason.l
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Re: Question about AXIS Q1602 E IP Camera

Post by jason.l » Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:18 am

Q1602,which is called "light finder"

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