Wide Angle Security Cameras for large surveillance areas

August 30, 2006

Once you can get a good shot of a persons face with a close up security camera, you should use a wider angle camera lens for the interior surveillance spaces of the building. Seeing a larger area means that you can see what someone is doing, but may not be able to identify a face. Solution, …

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The Security Camera Files

August 29, 2006

 See what the camera is recording! Click on link below for Demo VideoNote: Video is Macromedia Flash, original video has better quality.$99 B&W Bullet Camera – Car pulling into the garage. Color Bullet Camera– No lights to full lights demo. Dome Camera-Popular casino camera PTZ Camera Tour-see an automated camera search an entire room. Note …

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Get a good face shot on CCTV

August 28, 2006

CCTV Security Camera Information for Non-Technical People Get a good face shot! Use Higher quality cameras at entry areas Doors, gates and other entry areas need a good quality, high resolution camera to record a good ‘face shot.’ The video from this camera should be considered a highly valuable since it can be used as …

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About CCTV Security Cameras

August 28, 2006

Closed circuit television also known as CCTV is the industry standard in surveillance security cameras. CCTV can be a single network of cameras or multiple networks of camera linked together via switches, internet, DVR or wide area computer technology. CCTV Video data is analog. The analog signal can be converted to digital via CCTV Digital …

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Security Camera Tips: Apply Logic when picking cameras and lenses

August 28, 2006

Consider the following when choosing a CCTV surveillance camera: 1. Sketch out a Floor Plan: Put in all camera locations. Consider the distance to your surveillance zone:Are you 5 feet or 15 feet away from your surveillance target area? It is best to locate your camera as close to the surveillance area first, then choose …

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