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A new range of HD surveillance cameras from Axis features stainless steel casings with pressurised nitrogen interiors to prevent condensation.

Designed for the difficult environments found in the marine, mining, oil and gas, and other industries, the Axis Q60-S pan/tilt/zoom HD cameras feature stainless steel casings to resist seawater, cleaning chemicals and high-pressure steam cleaning.

IP66, IP6K9K, NEMA 4X and MIL-STD-810G 509.5 approvals demonstrate protection against dust, rain, high pressure/steam jet cleaning, snow, ice and salt fog, company officials said.

Two input/output ports allow connection to external alarm devices, and mechanical shock detection triggers an alarm if the camera is hit.

H.264 (Main and Baseline profiles) and Motion JPEG video are supported, along with automatic day/night settings and automatic switching between as many as 256 positions. Recordings can be stored on a full-size SD card if required.

Model-dependent features include resolution up to 1080p, optical zoom up to 36x, electronic image stabilisation, automatic defog (a digital filter to remove fog from the image), and built-in video analytics (including fence detector, object counter and enter/exit detection).

Q60-S cameras support the Axis Camera Application Platform for additional onboard applications, and work with AXIS Camera Station, Axis Camera Companion and the Axis Video Hosting System.

ONVIF compatibility allows for integration with other products supporting that standard.

"AXIS Q60-S cameras provide exceptional video surveillance and high durability for reliable performance in demanding indoor and outdoor environments," said Axis Communications' South Pacific country manager Wai King Wong.

"The stainless steel models are the latest additions to our newly upgraded AXIS Q60 PTZ Dome Series."

Prices range from $6288 to $6860.

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