AXIS M1065-L 2MP PoE

Model: M1065-L
2.799,00  Incl. VAT
( 2.239,20  Excl. VAT )
Availability: Out of stock
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M1065-L has been discontinued - and replaced by M1075-L

The M1075-L is an improved version of the M1065-L with various improvements, including Human & Vehicle detection, which is an incredibly smart system that automatically detects people and cars in the footage.

Read a lot more about it - and everything else on the product page for the new version: M1075-L

Small indoor AXIS cube camera that can record sound

  • Small indoor camera
  • Built-in microphone
  • easy to install
Image sensor CMOS
Image sensor size 1/3
Lightfinder No
Wide dynamic range WDR
Min illumination/ light sensitivity (Color) 0.25 lux
Min illumination/ light sensitivity (B/W) 0.05 lux
Max video resolution 1920x1080
Max frames per second 25/30
Electronic image stabilization No
Focal length 2.8 mm
Horizontal field of view 110 °
Vertical field of view 61 °
Lens mount M12
Replaceable lens No
Pan, Tilt, Zoom  
Remote PTRZ No
Zipstream Yes
H.264 Baseline, High, Main
H.265 No
Motion JPEG Yes
Audio Support Yes
Built-in microphone No
PoE Class 2
Wireless No
Signed firmware Yes
Secure boot No
Remote focus No
Remote zoom No
Built-in IR Yes
Local storage (memory card slot) Yes
Operating temperature 0 to 40 °C
Outdoor Ready No
Vandal rating No
IP rating No
Designed for repaint No
Sustainability PVC free

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AXIS M1065-L is a small discreet cube camera for indoor installation

A small cube camera that is incredibly easy to mount. Kamereat is well suited for offices and other indoor environments
The camera has a built-in microphone and can therefore record sound.

NDAA Compliant

The product here is authorized under the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act).
This means that the equipment may even be included in critical infrastructure installations in the United States.

Power over Ethernet

Do like the pros. PoE means that only 1 cable must be pulled to the camera. The camera receives power through the network cable, typically from a recorder with built-in PoE, or from a PoE switch.