The 3850 series supports POE+ which is up to 30W power on all ports. So, if your camera is not POE+, that is fine. It will still work with POE+ ports. It is just your camera consume less power which is fine.
1. If your camera support Cisco's CDP, after the camera has completely boot up, it will negotiate to the correct power requirement.
2. If the camera does not support Cisco's CDP, look through the manufacturer's website or documentation and find out what is the required power. Then you can configure this value in the interface of the switch.
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