Archive: October 2020

When it comes to protecting your family or place of business, a dome security camera is the best choice. Those small, eye-like devices that you see in malls and other public places recording your every movement are known as dome cameras. They are a type of CCTV cameras that offer 180 and 360 degree views. These cameras record in color and pick up images even in low-light conditions. The dome camera offers optimal performance during the day and at night. It records 24/7 and disrupting the video feed is impossible because the camera does not have any dangling wires that can be damaged. It has progressive scan sensors that pick up the slightest of movements and deliver high-quality images. In bright and crowded places, this camera works best due to its HID video quality.

A dome camera is commonly used for outdoor surveillance and security. The movement of this camera is what makes it so special. The sensor swivels around and captures image from all angles. This confuses the person trying to figure out the bling spot because there is none. Another great feature of this camera is that it’s almost invisible. The camera can be installed in a corner and unbeknownst to the vandals, record their every movement. On top of that, the night vision makes it difficult for a burglar to spot it. They might not see it but the dome camera sees it all. Last but not least, it can be easily installed. The footage recorded is backed for 12 months so you have a high storage space. You can put the system on automatic and delete the previous videos. If you want to keep labeled copies of all the recordings then make a reminder in your phone and before the 12 months are up, transfer all the videos into a hard disk. You can be assured that with a dome camera inside and outside your house, no blind spot will be left unattended.

Due to the camera’s simple design, the smallest size dome cameras are unnoticeable. The best spots for installing them where no one would even think of looking are inside the front door and near the backdoor. If a burglar does spot the camera in the front, they will try to break in from the back. If they do succeed in their nefarious plans, the other camera will capture them clearly. In addition to installing dome cameras in your house, make sure that your alarm is up to date and the doors have study locks.

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