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Understanding Different Types of CCTV Cameras


DOM Camera

When the camera is within someone sreach, domes cannot be easily manipulated or vandalized
Domes Installs easily in drop ceilings and other areas.
Since a dome has a covered lens the direction the camera is pointing is hidden
Domes can accommodate infra-red for Night Vision
But, while dome cameras are the best choice whenever possible, lens sizes available are limited due to the     small size of cameras. If you need to focus on long distances which requires a lens of 50mm focal length or     greater it will not fit inside a standard dome camera. Dome cameras can be simple plastic ones or metal     vandal-proof for public places.


Box Camera


When mounting to a wall or any vertical area
When viewing long distances where a long lens is required, which would not fit inside a dome or bullet camera
When extreme low light conditions are not a consideration
The Camera is usually inserted in a protective enclosure and if the lighting is extremely low, box cameras can     be inserted inside enclosures that have built-in infra-red illuminators but the camera must be infra-red     sensitive. Meaning it is able to utilize the infra-red illuminators from an external source.


Covert Camera

       Just as they say, these are meant not to be seen and come in all shapes and sizes from a wall clock to a sprinkler head or     smoke detector
Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) Camera

When you want live control of the camera and adjusting the manual pan, tilt or zoom on a fixed cameras
    is not practical
When you want to set up a camera to tour the premises.
When you want to view several angles from a single camera

Wireless Camera

When connection to the digital video recorder is not practical
Remember, though wireless is just for the video signal, you still need a method to power the camera. Wireless cameras can be
   found in most styles. Distances will vary depending upon the strength of the transmitter and receiver, and whether other devices    are in the same spectrum, etc.

Infra-red Camera

When there are extreme low light conditions
When the camera is not within someone sreach.
The distances infra-red cameras can see are based upon its illumination capacity. Infra-red cameras have LED's, which cast
    out into the darkness.
Bullet Camera

When you want the camera to be inconspicuous but not covert.
When the camera is not within someone?s reach.
When extreme low light conditions are not a consideration
For shorter to middle distances.
As bullet cameras are small the type of internal boards and lens is limited. Accordingly, the picture
   quality of the bullet cameras cannot compare with other more traditional cameras, which can have
   double layer boards and camera function controls.

Indoor vs Outdoor Cameras

Indoor and outdoor cameras are the same in terms of styles, sizes and shapes. The principle difference is that outdoor cameras are at a minimum weather-proof. While rain is a primary issue other considerations such as moisture, dust, sand, snow, frost and humidity need to be addressed. Accordingly, some cameras are equipped with heaters and blowers to counteract the elements, while others can be housed in outdoor enclosures for the specified purpose. Outdoor cameras most likely have to address low light conditions for evenings. Accordingly, they either have to have infra-red or some day/night technology, which today are quite affordable.

Night Vision and Day/Night Cameras

For low light situations there are two possible camera technology solutions. If there is total darkness then the only possibility is infra-red or otherwise known as night-vision. Infrared is used in night-vision cameras when there is insufficient visible light to see an object. The camera uses the infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, sometimes referred to as thermal imaging. The radiation is detected and turned into an image, hotter objects showing up in different shades than cooler objects, enabling the camera to see warm targets, such as human beings and automobiles. While both infrared and day/night technology sound expensive, both have become commercialised and are surprisingly affordable.
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