A digital (audio) recording device, according to the U. S. Code of Regulations (Title 17, Chapter 10, Subchapter A, paragraph 1001), "is any machine or device of a type commonly distributed to individuals for use by individuals, whether or not included with or as part of some other machine or device, the digital recording function of which is designed or marketed for the primary purpose of, and that is capable of, making a digital audio copied recording for private use..."
Closed Circuit TeleVision or CCTV video storage is available in many different forms. Sometimes the type of storage device and medium is dependent on the type of camera. In the following article, we'll take a look at some of the more common methods of CCTV Storage.
We are asked quite often about the security camera CCD (Charged Coupled Device) and the CMOS or Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor. In the following article we'll discuss how a digital video system actually works and what importance a security camera CCD has within this system.
An indoor camera system can be just as effective for providing specific room coverage as an outdoor camera system can in providing outdoor building perimeter coverage. Indoor camera systems have many more applications than just theft prevention and documentation. For example, an indoor camera system can also be a baby monitor, a patient monitor, a pet monitor, and an alarm system itself.
One of the most popular digital video security system configuration is the 8 camera security system. This is especially true for the homeowner with no particular reason other than it seems that about 8 cameras can adequately cover both the exterior and interior of the home. Eight camera security systems are not limited to homeowners by any means; they also are popular for businesses and other commercial uses. In the following article, we'll overview the general characteristics of the eight different 8 Camera Security Systems that Security Camera King (SCK) has to offer. For specific details, see each systems description and specifications on its own web page.