Axis M3006-V Surveillance/Network Camera - Color - M12-mount. M3006-V INDOOR NETWORK CAMERA 3MP 134 DEG LENS & VANDAL RESISTANT. CMOS - Cable - Fast Ethernet
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- 3 MP / HDTV 1080p
- Wide viewing angle of 134�
- Compact; vandal- and dust-resistant design
- Easy; flexible installation on wall or ceiling
- Digital PTZ and multi-view streaming
- Edge storage
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|Item Dimensions||5.25 x 6 x 7.75 inches|
|Item Display Weight||2 pounds|
|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.8 pounds|
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<br><h3>Model</h3><strong>Brand: </strong>AXIS<br><strong>Model: </strong>M3006-V<br><br><h3>Spec</h3><strong>Ports: </strong>Cable<br><strong>Pan/Tilt/Zoom: </strong>Tilt:0° to 45° Swivel:-180° to 180°<br><strong>Sensor: </strong>CMOS<br><strong>MAX Resolution: </strong>2048 x 1536<br><br><h3>Packaging</h3><strong>Package Contents: </strong>M3006-V Fixed Dome Network Camera Installation Guide Installation and Management Software CD Windows Decoder 1-user License Drill Hole Template<br>
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The M3006 is just what I was looking for: I can see the stairs, the hall, and the door right underneath where the camera is mounted: http://cl.ly/image/2I0C2l3s122s There's the master bedroom at bottom and the hall to the kids' rooms at right. Using the Motion JPEG stream I can feed the video right into a web browser in my home network (or share it externally through my router if I wanted) and don't need to use the Axis web interface at all. You can set up areas of the video that should be monitored for motion and then have the camera send an email, make an HTTP request, or more, when it detects something moving there. And the motion threshold is adjustable so small pets don't set it off.
Having power over ethernet is great because you only need to run one cable and you'll get maximum bandwidth from the video stream. Having it be wireless will usually net you a lower quality image and clog up the wireless connection for the other computers in the house.
Extreme low-light conditions (like no light at all) leaves something to be desired, but I'm going to try adding an IR illuminator and see if that helps. Otherwise we'll just leave the hall light on as dim as possible which is more than enough light to see what's going on.
It's a little annoying that the camera has a hard-wired 6 foot ethernet cable already attached. It would be much more convenient to just have a socket to plug in your own (like on the M1054). I was able to get an ethernet coupler and connect a longer cable to extend it, but it was a bit of a hassle.
Next I'm looking to get the M3007 which will give a 360° view to go in the middle of the downstairs dining room and monitor both the front room and living room at the same time.
One of the best MP cams out there for under $500. Up to 3MP which is what mine is set to. The captured images can be saved and exported and when you enhance the size of the images you will be able to tell this cam takes great pics. The pics don't distort when zoomed in on.
I use this cam over my front door outside with motion detection. Set up a motion sensing light like the Mr Beams and you are good to go at night. I use SecuritySpy and Sighthound software on the Mac for most of the surveillance recording and viewing now.