Security cameras are a great way to provide security for your home or workplace. As well as providing you with video footage of any events that may happen, they also act as a visible deterrent to criminals. There are many different styles of cameras to meet your needs: Dome Cameras, Bullet Cameras, Box Cameras, PTZ (Pan, Tilt, Zoom) Cameras, IP Cameras, WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) Cameras, and Wireless IP Cameras.
Dome cameras are cameras that have all of the working parts discretely mounted inside a dome that can be bulletproofed. These cameras are perfectly suited for locations like warehouses and kitchens that tend to have airborne dirt issues.
Bullet cameras offer discrete a discrete option for video surveillance. The have a small footprint and require no additional housing or lenses. These cameras typically include IR (infrared) illuminators
Box cameras are used as standalone cameras. They can be used outdoors or indoors. Box cameras allow for customization of the camera, both the lens and the camera housing itself depending on your needs.
PTZ or pan/tilt/zoom cameras, contain mechanical controls that allow the user to remotely operate the camera via joystick or software. They can also be programmed to run patterns for continual full video coverage.
IP cameras connect directly to networks via CAT 5 cabling and use digital signals to transmit images. They have increased resolution and scalability and allow for better system management than their counterparts, analog cameras.
Day/night cameras are used in both indoor and outdoor settings where the lighting conditions are low. Filtering in the camera allows for adjustments as lighting levels decrease.
WDR or wide dynamic range cameras have the ability to balance light levels to compensate for a wide range of lighting levels while surveilling the same area. This feature allows for clear face shots when people are back lit with shadowing on their faces.
Wireless IP Cameras
IP cameras are WiFi enabled and offer the easiest solution for installation and setup. These cameras have the capability to tilt and swivel to assure full coverage of desired location.