More and more businesses are using office security cameras to protect the company and/or employees from outside threats as well as threats to the company from the inside. Not only can office security cameras be used to maintain security and monitoring against breaking and entering, but they are also great tools to document and possibly prevent employee theft or even industrial espionage. Further, they can be useful tools for offering employer protection for situations like liability claims and sexual harassment.
If you need security and surveillance coverage in poorly lit or no light areas, you should try using an infrared camera system. In the following article we'll talk about how these cameras work and what to look (out) for when purchasing a system.
The dome security camera is one of the most popular types of digital video security camera in use today. Thanks to modern technological advances a lot of electronic power can be packaged inside a small 3.5 inch diameter dome camera. Not only are they small and powerful, but the average dome security camera is light weight as well (in most cases weighing just under one pound), which makes it easy to mount just about anywhere.
Sometimes it's necessary to keep a watchful eye covertly, and a wireless wall clock camera is just the device for the job. Security Camera King offers several different types of hidden cameras, including wireless wall clock cameras. These cameras are built in such a way that detection of surveillance is almost impossible.
If the Digital Video Recorder or DVR is the heart of a digital video security system, then the CCTV digital camera must be the eyes. The cameras used today are top-notch technological wonders that provide high quality color video images. The have a vast selection of optional features that make their use extremely flexible and easy to use under almost any application.