Published at Friday, September 22nd 2017. by olga in Security systems.
• Do you need color or black and white cameras? If there are certain situations where it is important to record details such as color of hair, vehicles or clothing, youll need color cameras. Black and white cameras are best if you need higher resolution and generally are less expensive than color. They also are best if you will be using infrared in no light or low light conditions.
Your home security camera central core should be placed in a protected area of your home, an office or second bedroom. You place your security cameras where they can be seen and not seen, in areas where you may otherwise be blind. Your home security camera system should, naturally, cover your entry and exit points.
• Is there a natural light source and will you be using them in darkness? Infrared cameras are a must if you will be monitoring any areas that are in total darkness or have low light situations at different times.
• Outdoor Surveillance Dome Camera. This is the most common outdoor security cameras. It is shaped like a dome and mounted on the outdoor walls. It is quite popular because of its shape that is trendy and it blends well with the surroundings. It is also a bit difficult to figure out the position of the camera lens because of its shape.
School security cameras are placed in strategic positions. These allow viewing and recording of the images. School security cameras have evidently reduced crimes committed on campus. The fact that they are being watched has prevented students from involving in violent and harmful acts. The school cameras help in alerting the authorities about any potentially dangerous situation. In some cases, the timely intervention of the school authorities has managed to prevent a dangerous incident.
• Infrared Outdoor Bullet Security Cameras. This is a must have for night time surveillance. This outdoor security camera system provides clear colored images during the day and black and white images at night. This type facilitates nighttime surveillance with various resolutions and lens angles.