Axis M1011-W camera 0301004

Axis 0301004 M1011-W camera

Axis 0301004 M1011-W camera Rating:
List Price: $199.00
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Product Description

Small-sized indoor network camera. Fixed lens. 1/4" progressive scan CMOS sensor. Connects over wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11g) or wired Ethernet. Multiple, individually configurable H.264, Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 Part 2 streams; max VGA 640 x 480 resolution a

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  • Color
  • CMOS
  • Cable Wi-Fi, Wireless

Axis 0301004 M1011-W camera out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 682 user reviews
Security Cameras & Systems Axis 0301004 M1011-W camera Small-sized indoor network camera. Fixed lens. 1/4" progressive scan CMOS sensor. Connects over wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11g) or wired Ethernet. Multiple, individually configurable H.264, Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 Part 2 streams; max VGA 640 x 480 resolution a $199.00 http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31O8RtxvX6L._SL160_.jpg
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3 Responses to “Axis M1011-W camera 0301004”

  1. M. Talmadge Says:

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    Good in very low light but does drop to 6 frames per second and grainy, however the competitors show completely black video and are useless. Will purchase more for the application.

  2. Paul Domagala Says:

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    Excellent value. Toward the higher end of the price range for cameras in this class, but a good value. Excellent quality and a good feature set. I’m actually contemplating buying a few more to monitor around the house.

  3. The Gray Ghost Says:

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    I have tried a bunch of network cameras and unfortuantely most don’t work very well Macintosh. Under $400 most don’t work that great period. The Axis cameras on the other hand do. The web interface was pretty straight forward. Setup was a little technical, but easy enough.

    Few of really great things about this camera if you are using a Mac. First, they automatically show up in the Bonjour menu of Safari so locating them and administrating them over the network is easy. Second, Quicktime automatically finds them through Bonjour too!!! You can actually very the video streams straight from Quicktime. Go to File/Open Url/ then click on the menu button to the far right of the screen that pops up and towards the bottom of the list you will see the camera(s) list themselves. You can also change the name that appears in Bonjour lists from a IPv4 address to a recognizable name by going into the web admin of the camera System Options/Network/Bonjour and renaming the camera in the field called “Friendly Name” and hitting save.

    Now for the bad. The password set up does not work over just a few characters. This took me several tries of setting up the password (10 characters) and then not being able to get in to the camera and having to do a factory reset (small button on the back of the camera. Unplug the power. Hold the small button on the back. Continue holding it for 20 seconds as the camera powers back up. Once done the green LED on the front turns amber. Goes green again when process is complete.) I finally just put in a three character password and called it a day rather than pushing for a good one of any length. Fortunately this is something the could easily be corrected in the firmware and probably will be in the future.

    All in all the cameras benefits WAY outweigh the short comings. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good network camera in the price range whether you are looking for compatibility with Mac or PC.

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