This camera is specialize for professional broadcasting and live streaming.
– Provides excellent image quality.
– Include HDMI and 3G-SDI.
– VISCA RS-232 based control system.
Ideal for auditoriums, classrooms, indoor sports events, and places of worship, AXIS V5925 offers excellent video quality and studio-grade audio for professional broadcasting and live streaming.
Professional results made simple
AXIS V5925 provides excellent image quality in HDTV 1080p at 60 fps and 30x optical zoom for all the details. It offers stage mode and sports mode, providing better PTZ control for the operator in different scenarios. Featuring professional balanced XLR inputs with 48V phantom power, it can be used with studio-grade microphones and 3,5 mm input/output for flexibility. Additionally, the powerful chipset allows for analytics to run directly on the camera.
This highly versatile PTZ camera includes both HDMI and 3G-SDI outputs, allowing you to connect to most professional video switchers. With a VISCA RS-232 based control system, the camera can easily be integrated with your existing AV installations. And, VISCA over IP allows for remote control of multiple cameras via a LAN connection. Furthermore, for simple or mobile installations, the included 3-month Camstreamer trial license lets you live stream to streaming platforms such as YouTube and Facebook Live directly from the camera over an IP network. You can also use any major video management software or just connect it via a web browser.
Lower bandwidth and enhanced security
AXIS V5925 features Axis Zipstream technology with H.264 and H.265 to preserve all the important details while significantly reducing bandwidth and storage requirements. It’s packed with advanced security functionality to prevent unauthorized access and safeguard your system. Signed firmware and secure boot guarantee that the firmware hasn’t been compromised and ensure only authorized firmware is installed. And if needed, secure boot guarantees the camera is completely free of malware after a factory default.
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