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Some of your security systems will be set up outside. In this case, you will want a camera that is weatherproof. Most cameras today have tough casings with the cable and power cords running through the housing and mount. Not only does this make the camera weatherproof, but also virtually vandal-proof. This is definitely a must have feature.
In most cases, color images are invaluable. An accurate description is exactly what the authorities need to solve a crime. Keep in mind that a color camera is most effective in well-lit areas, and black and white cameras will offer superior low-light images at a higher resolution for less money. Some cameras will convert from day to night giving HD color images during daylight hours and infrared at night. For imaging in total darkness, a number of cameras can detect heat signatures up to 150 feet away. It is important to consider the benefits of each before making a purchase.
Do you want a camera running non-stop? Some security cameras actually record when the motion detector is activated. If you purchase a camera with a memory buffer, it will constantly record a few seconds of video so you miss nothing before the motion sensor is activated.
Personally, I would choose the bullet camera with the motion detection sensor. If the camera also schedules video every few seconds you will not miss a thing and there is less video to shift through in the event of a break in. Keeping that in mind, you will also want to purchase a camera that keeps a record of every video. Before memory cards, computer hard drives, and the cloud all video was recorded to video cassettes. The footage was often grainy and unclear. If you forgot to change the tape, you would have nothing at all.
The choice is yours, there are a number of cameras ranging in price from less than $20 to hundreds of dollars. Check and compare all the features of each camera before making a decision simply because of cost. The goal here is to keep your family or business safe and secure. Location, lighting, whether or not you need constant video or motion activated and by all means, your security camera should keep a record of the video it produces. You may never need to retrace the happenings of the day before, but it is certainly worth having in the event that you do. One can never be too careful.
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