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Types of Video Surveillance Cameras

There is wide range of video surveillance cameras available in the market. Understanding the different kinds will make it easier to determine which one is best for you.

   Covert Cameras These cameras look like regular items. A wall clock in a small store, a smoke detector in an office,  a picture on a wall...anyone of these could very easily be a surveillance camera. You can record without anyone knowing it.

Wireless Cameras
These offer more flexibility in set up. They are easy to install, can be moved easily, are often small, have no tell-tale wires, and are very discreet.

Hardwired Cameras These cameras are preferred for permanent installation in locations where you would like to constantly monitor and will not need it to be changed.

IR or Night Vision Cameras These are ideal for any low-light areas, not just night time. The camera can also record in black and white in order to capture images best.
There are thousands of cameras on the market. Dome, bullet, low resolution, hi resolution, color, Infrared, adjustable an on and on.

Your cameras should be where you spend the majority of your money. Fixed cameras are the least expensive. And like most SLR cameras...your lens can easily be the most expensive area of your camera.

You have to Capture the Image...before you can record it.