January 24, 2016
Is Axis 4K camera P1428-e with 4K h.264 output at 30 fps compatible with your nice NVR-ELE16C-P4K NVR recorder?
If not, do you have an NVR that is compatible with the Axis p1428-e 4k camera with 30 fps h.264 output?
I am looking to buy an all new ip base security system to replace my old coax based analog system. I have put in 1500′ of cat5e cable to support poE to the new ip cameras and NVR. Now I just need the cameras and NVR equipment.
July 10, 2014
Its hard for me to say for certain as I do not have that camera to test. What I can say is if the camera is Onvif 2.4 or greater compliant it should work for viewing and recording.
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I have done some reading up on that series of cameras. They should work having written that, I recommend holding on to your receipts and testing equipment before installing it (keep it new). Also something to keep in mind is the NVR will probably only be able to record the cameras video streams. Granular control of camera will reside in the camera itself not the nvr. For ease of use you may want to consider a stand alone switch instead. The built in POE switch is convenient, but when mixing manufactures equipment it can be difficult. As the items are configured to work together, they don’t come out of the box working together. That is a big difference if you are new to CCTV.
May 15, 2015
I just double checked to be sure – The NVR also has Axis as a private protocol. Axis has been very consistant through the years about maintaining their protocol/internal paths so Axis protocols usually always work from model to model. That is very encouraging to see the Axis protocol installed – it means your cameras ‘should’ work with full compatibility. If, for some reason, they don’t work, then you always have Onvif compatibility to fall back on. With Onvif, there may be some limitations in settings – meaning things like Motion Detection – you’ll have to set up on the camera rather than through the NVR settings dialog. This does not affect operation in a negative way – it’s just a couple of different steps in the initial setup. I would say you will probably have no issues running those cameras with the NVR. If you have not already purchased the cameras – you might want to check the selection on the Security Camera King website. You may find a comparable or even better camera for the price. (Axis is a big name, so you end up paying extra for that)
That’s my 2 cents!
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