There are M43 to other lens type adapters, but it's even less realistic to expect that users would purchase an EF lens just to adapt it to this camera, given the price tag of low F stop EF lenses, often $1,000+.
Thanks for that link. That is a much more reasonable F-Stop and AOV. Unfortunately, that lens is not yet shipping in NA, and tech support wasn't even aware of it. We will keep an eye out for it and update here when it's available to us.
Note: We originally listed the F-stop of the Axis 10-22mm lens as 2.8, but it is actually 3.5, an even greater difference compared to the F1.2/F1.4 lenses used in past tests. We've corrected this above.
I didn't understand why to do a comparison between 4K, 20MP and 1080p cameras.. is almost like to compare bananas and watermelons, does not make sense. I think the right Axis camera to be compared with Dahua HF8835F is P1368, dont you think? Of course the 20MP sensor camera will perform worst in dark and will generate a biger net troughput.
I would like to see a Axis Q1659 vs Avigilon 24L-H4PRO-B super hight resolution cameras comparison. It would be interesting.
I think the right Axis camera to be compared with Dahua HF8835F is P1368, dont you think?
Rafael, it's a good question but not the right conclusion, at least if focusing on low light performance. The P1368 is the same resolution as the Dahua tested here (8MP) but according to Axis own specs the Q1659 has ~10x better low light performance than the P1368.