Electronic image stabilization

Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) is a digital technology used to reduce the effects of camera shake or movement during video recording. It is commonly found in smartphones, action cameras, and some digital cameras. EIS works by using software algorithms to compensate for unwanted motion and stabilize the video footage. Here’s a general overview of how electronic image stabilization works: Motion Detection: The camera analyzes the video frames in real-time to detect any motion or movement. Frame Cropping: Once motion is detected, EIS crops the video frame slightly to create a smaller, stabilized frame within the original frame. This cropping eliminates the shaky or jittery parts caused by camera movement.

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Cameras mounted on high poles or near busy roads can be shaken by winds or passing traffic, and images are often blurry and troublesome to view. EIS effectively minimizes the effects from vibration and shaking to give you reliable images and cost-effective installation. 

Less sensitivity. More flexibility.

Thanks to EIS technology there’s no need for costly stabilization mounts – you can install your AXIS network camera anywhere and be confident of capturing clear, steady images in both live and recorded surveillance. Built-in gyroscopic sensors continuously detect the camera’s movements and vibrations, and automatically adjust the frame to ensure you always capture the details you need. Furthermore, because recorded images are always stable and movement minimum, EIS reduce bitrate, so you save on bandwidth and storage space.