Kinda pricey but ...The Axis Q1910 and Q1910-E Thermal Network Cameras use thermal imaging to detect people and incidents with greater reliability than standard video cameras in conditions that include darkness, haze, dust, and smoke. The first camera is designed for indoor surveillance; the second for outdoor use. Thermal cameras create images based on the heat that radiates from any object, vehicle, or person. "We see a great demand from customers in high-end professional applications to enhance their IP surveillance systems with thermal network cameras," said Fredrik Nilsson, general manager of the company. "Up until now, there have been no full-featured thermal network cameras available on the market, and analog thermal cameras are expensive and have proven a challenge to integrate with modern video surveillance systems. The Axis Q1910 and Q1910-E change this by being the first security and surveillance thermal cameras that mesh perfectly with any network video system...." Both cameras provide 160 x128 resolution, 8.33 frames per second, and a 17-degree angle of view. They support H.264 and Motion JPEG, audio, local storage, and Power over Ethernet. The Q1910 and Q1910-E are priced at $2,999 and $3,499, respectively.
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