Shaun, what specific models or components are causing problems?
We've seen a greater share in the past few months, particularly on the oddball/niche products. The Q3709-PVE for example is every bit as buggy as an Arecont. No stuck IR cut filters or 180 flipping yet but single imagers frequently lock up or get stuck in night mode and require a reboot. That said, there has not been a particularly significant increase of issues on products that have been...
Response from Axis confirming problems and a fix for the Q3709-PVE:
Yes, in terms of AXIS Q3709-PVE we did experienced instability, it was a problem with one component. For the user it was shown in different ways, but with the same root cause.
We took instant action and stopped the production. Unfortunately units reached customers before the stop. We have now...
As an integrator I seen quality control issies, missing thumb screws and focus issues in P33 series. Also had issues with Q40 series leaking; after several complaints we seen Axis sneek a cork stopper in the neck (but still voided warranties on prior RMAs).
In the past two years, as an end user, I am seeing an uptick in DOAs, failing imaging chips and more leaking PTZs.
Have a bunch of issues with specifically the M3024-LVE turning pink, probably 10% have gone bad over time. Also lot more DOA's and packaging problems (missing small parts). Enough to make us as a gold provider start looking at other cameras.
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So what has changed? We have not noticed a difference, but we only buy ten to fifteen a month.
We have sent back 9 P1427-e bullets in the past two months. Not happy
We had yet another dead M3024-LVE this weekend at a customer site. Just not responding....twice now for the same camera (switch reboot solves) so now have to do advanced RMA and then go replace on our dime because was a new install.
We'd already have left Axis is wanted to spend the time learning a new product line...getting closer. Don't really want to venture to the cheap camera...