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Security Camera – The Basics

Security Camera – The Basics

Do you ever feel like you know just enough about security camera to be dangerous? Let’s see if we can fill in some of the gaps with the some of the basics.

Those of you not familiar with the latest on security camera now have at least a basic understanding. Basically a security camera is a type of camera used to monitor something, anything. Security cameras were initially used to monitor commercial buildings and public places but recent technological developments have created an overflow to residential use.

In our days there are several options available when purchasing a security monitoring system. There is the bullet camera, which as its name suggests is the shaped like a bullet and is encased in plastic. There are board type cameras commonly called spy or covert cameras which are again small in appearance but give a big bang for the buck. Many covert or spy cameras also have the option of being wireless or hardwired. We also have the dome camera, named for appearance in shape, these are very common in retail stores.

Once you have chosen the camera you want to use you need to decide on the type of media you want to deliver the surveillance. Some cameras actually record the data to the camera and are thus an all in one system while others require a separate monitor be purchased. You also have the option of transmitting the signal wireless to a remote location through the internet. This creates a variety of options for the consumer.

I hope that reading the above information on the security camera options was both enjoyable and educational for you. Your learning process should be ongoing – the more you understand about any subject, the more you will be able to share with others.

Source by Kim Calise

Posted by brainiac / Posted on 21 Aug
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