When you own a home security is your number one priority. It’s important to your family’s safety or just your own peace of mind if you live alone or don’t have a family. Worrying about your home can cause great stress and this stress can spread to different parts of your life. That’s why having a security camera is so important. It allows you to monitor certain parts of your home or even just your entryway or backdoor. You can also monitor certain rooms like if you have a young child that you want to make sure sleeps soundly. You can keep a digital dome camera fixed on your driveway, which is a fine tool to have if there have been break-ins in your neighborhood. It can monitor your surroundings too, to again, make you feel more at ease. You may be considering a digital dome camera and that’s a solid choice. Dome cameras are harder to tamper with and the digital signal doesn’t get stored on tape, but digitally. You can even check in on your cameras and watch live feeds with an app that typically comes with these cameras. If you’re interested in knowing more, you’re in luck, because in this edition of the blog we will be previewing a couple digital dome cameras that you can choose from. When you decide to know more or you want more, you can click on the link above to be taken to look at them yourself and decide if they’re what you’re needing.
The first camera we preview is the Swann Professional All-purpose dome camera. Don’t let the professional name scare you away, its still a cinch to install and mount. Keep a watch on any area you want to with this professional grade camera. Just plug into a DVR to record and its ideal for viewing things from a long distance like down a hall street or driveway. The night vision of this camera goes up to 35 meters or 114 feet and has Sony tech that is reliable and powerful. This is a great choice for under $200. The second camera on the preview list is the Vandal proof night vision dome camera. What’s better than being vandal proof? Having night vision, that’s what. This features Sharp color CCD and is a great buy under $100.
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