Axis Bells and Whistles Box Camera (Q1614)

Author: John Honovich, Published on Oct 30, 2013

Axis has announced a next generation version of its popular Q1604 camera that adds in a slew of new bells and whistles like level assistance, shock detection and auto flipping as well as improved imaging capabilities. In this note, we look at how the prices and specifications compare to the existing Q1604 and main stream rival cameras.

UPDATE: Testing Axis High End HD Camera Q1615

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