When you are choosing a security camera for your home or business it helps to understand the different lens options that are available to you. Most common are the fixed lens, varifocal lens and the PTZ’s, otherwise known as the Pan, Tilt, Zoom cameras. A fixed lens is just that, a non-adjustable lens. Typically they […]
Security camera software can be though of as the glue that binds together digital video cameras and Personal Computers (PCs) or Macintosh Computers (Macs) as well as Digital Video Recorder (DVR) units for standalone systems. It's also the heart of remote DVR monitoring applications (Apps) that allows your smartphone to access your video security system. In essence, it provides the programming that allows you to control the camera, monitor the camera, record the digital video files, and maintain and control the DVR.
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The Pan Tilt Zoom camera or PTZ is one of the most versatile dome cameras on the market today. Not only does it offer the standard electronic features of most other dome cameras, but the PTZ can do just that--Pan, Tilt, and Zoom.
Security video cameras are one of three major components of today's digital video security systems which also consist of a Digital Video Recorder or DVR and one or more monitors. The digital video camera is an interesting piece of electronic wonder, and as technology continues to advance so do the features and abilities of the security video camera.