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Feeling safe is an innate human desire. Just as, nowadays, we protect ourselves online against identity theft, so too is it important to protect our physical, personal home or office spaces. Installing security cameras in your home or office is a great way of monitoring your personal territory remotely, 24/7. Whether you are overlooking your possessions, family members, or office data, recorded security camera footage provides the key evidence needed to track down possible intruders. Here are a few things to consider when shopping for your security camera.
Night Vision: Cameras with night vision, known as infrared cameras, are optimal for securing your personal spaces. Many robberies or intrusions occur at nighttime. If your security camera cannot record footage in the nighttime, then you might as well not have a camera at all. Infrared cameras automatically switch between color and black and white recording to accommodate the quality of light available at any given time. This automatic feature ensures that your security camera will be prepared to capture footage of your intruder no matter when said intruder invades your space.
Domed: Domed cameras get their name from their spherical shape. Their dome provides a wider recording range, making these cameras better able to survey every angle of your property’s happenings. The benefit to installing these domed cameras is that their recording capabilities can span a vast surface area, moreso than non-domed cameras.
Hidden Cameras: For maximum security, you may consider investing in a hidden camera. Disguised as a fake smoke detector, garden sprinkler, or the like, hidden cameras record video surveillance of your property in disguise, preventing robbers from tampering with footage or disabling the cameras themselves, ensuring you will always have a video recording should you need one. A flaw with these types of cameras, however, is that they generally do not come equipped with infrared technology, so their captured footage quality is low in dim light. A possible remedy to for these disparaging pros and cons is to install one hidden and one infrared camera for maximum surveillance.
Wired vs. Wireless: Though wireless cameras may be easier on the eyes in a decorative sense, choosing a wired camera often allots more benefits than downfalls. The quality of video taken with wired cameras is oftentimes much better, due to the steady and strong power source, than that of wireless cameras. In terms of general lifespan, wired cameras also typically last much longer than wireless cameras.
Are you interested in installing security cameras in your home or office? Securitall offers all the equipment you will need, great selection, and fair prices to give you and your family the security you desire now, for peace of mind later.