Axis Camera 0302004 M1011

Axis 0302004 M1011 Camera

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List Price: $179.00
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Small-sized indoor network camera. Fixed lens. 1/4" progressive scan CMOS sensor. Multiple, individually configurable H.264, Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 Part 2 streams; max VGA 640 x 480 resolution at 30 fps. Video motion detection. Includes stand and clamp fo

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  • Brand Name: AXIS COMMUNICATIONS INC Mfg#: 0302004
  • Shipping Weight: 1.28 lbs
  • Please refer to SKU# PRA4878108 when you inquire.
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Home Security System Axis 0302004 M1011 Camera Small-sized indoor network camera. Fixed lens. 1/4" progressive scan CMOS sensor. Multiple, individually configurable H.264, Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 Part 2 streams; max VGA 640 x 480 resolution at 30 fps. Video motion detection. Includes stand and clamp fo $179.00 http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31O8RtxvX6L._SL160_.jpg
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4 Responses to “Axis Camera 0302004 M1011”

  1. Aserr Says:

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    At first I was a little wary of buying a camera that can only produce 640×480 images, when I can buy a 10 megapixel point and shoot for much less, but I realized (duh!) that these cameras serve a completely different purpose. Not only are the images transmitted over my home network, but this camera is designed to take pictures 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    I found the camera very easy to set up: the directions are clear and on a Mac you don’t even have to muck about with IP addresses, it will show up automatically with Bonjour. There are plenty of configuration options, you can include a date and time stamp on the video, adjust the compression settings, change color calibration, and setup events that automatically email you or upload images and video to a remote server. You can also adjust the functionality of the status LED and improve the security of the web interface with IP address filtering.

    Ultimately while the software aspects of the camera are acceptable, they aren’t good either. Setting up an event server is not exactly easy, and an email notification that motion has occurred may not be enough. I would highly recommend pairing the camera with a purpose built software solution. I found a relatively new program called “Vitamin D” (google “Vitamin D Video”) that seems to work really well.

    Finally, I feel that in terms of value-for-money, it wouldn’t hurt to make the camera a bit cheaper. In fact, it seems like they should sell these in a two-pack for residential customers (one for the front yard and one for the back) and offer a bit of discount for buying two.

  2. D. Mix Says:

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    Purchased this to replace one of our IP cameras. Was a little cheaper and better quality than last years version (we have both). Good IP camera for the price.

  3. Joey Says:

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    The only other IP camera I’ve owned has been the Axis 206 (both wireless and wired). Both had surprisingly good image quality for their size, although for the price one shouldn’t be too surprised. Unfortunately, my wired 206 died about a year after I got it, after the warranty had expired. Very disappointing. But Axis is probably the only decent player in this particular price segment (“good performance but barely affordable”), so I went with the M1011 as a replacement.

    The setup is as easy as the 206’s was, and I was pleased to see they changed the Ethernet jack to point out the back instead of down like the 206’s annoying jack. The lens is NOT adjustable (the 206’s was), but the focal distance is good as is for my purposes. The image quality is acceptable but noticeably poorer than the 206’s. I had heard this but found it hard to believe. Yet, there it is, a grainy, cross-hatched image of my dark driveway. The daylight image is also noticeably grainy, even at the motion JPEG setting. That’s disappointing, but I guess not a deal breaker as long as the camera is reliable. Finally, the construction quality really isn’t as good as the older cams. The mounting pedestal is noticeably flimsier and the case seems lighter and it seems to flex a bit when I plug in the cables. Again, as long as durability is good, this probably doesn’t matter much and the clamp mount that comes with this camera (in addition to the pedestal) is a nice feature. The high point is the ease of setup and the variety of protocols the M1011 supports.

    So overall I’m pleased. Still, I can’t give this an unqualified recommendation. I hope Axis will work to improve ALL aspects of performance in their next generation of IP cams.

  4. Stephen Says:

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    This device does what it says, the main advantages are Axis’ built-in software and reliability. Only four stars since it’s a bit expensive. At this price, it should have included PoE and audio.

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