AXIS M3058-PLVE Network Camera delivers outstanding video in any light conditions, using Axis-developed Forensic WDR and Lightfinder technologies. With its integrated, automatically adaptable OptimizedIR illumination, this versatile camera even sees in the dark. The camera offers 360° overview as well as dewarped views. AXIS M3058-PLVE is vandal resistant (IK10) and discreetly designed. The optional black skin, which is also easily repaintable, can be used to further blend the camera into its environment. The camera has good capacity for analytics. It comes factory-focused and is designed for easy installation.
Need great performance in any light – or no light at all?
AXIS M3058-PLVE Network Camera delivers a complete 180° or 360° overview, indoors or out, around the clock. Plus it features Axis Zipstream technology for reduced bandwidth and storage without sacrificing the forensic detail you need. AXIS M3058-PLVE is perfect for stores, hotels, offices, banks, schools and hospitals. Or anywhere you need a complete overview 24/7.
Here, there, everywhere – anytime
Use AXIS M3058-PLVE indoors or outdoors for a wide variety of purposes anytime of the day or night. Thanks to OptimizedIR and a long list of features that spell, flexible. With the optional black skin cover you can repaint AXIS M3058-PLVE – easily – and it blends in anywhere. And count on the IK10 rating for protection against vandalism and the IP66 rating to keep the camera safe from dust and powerful blasts of water. Which means exposure to the elements is no problem.
You can stream the complete 360° overview. That way you can be sure that you record everything with no blind spots. And the video management software can use that one video stream to produce any dewarped views you’d like. Or you can choose to stream dewarped views such as panorama, quad, corner and corridor views directly from the camera. And you can digitally pan, tilt and zoom in on areas of interest in up to four areas simultaneously.
AXIS M3058-PLVE features a stereographic lens. This lens achieves a higher resolution around the outer portion of the view than in the center, meaning that interesting objects located at a distance in the camera’s peripheral view can be captured more clearly. This is particularly useful when the camera is installed facing downwards.