PTZ or Pan Tilt Zoom Internet cameras have the freedom of mobility to move about a horizontal and vertical axis thereby increasing the field of view for the camera. In fact in some situations one Pan Tilt Zoom Internet camera may be able to perform the work of two or more stationary cameras. In addition, the zoom function allows combinations of lenses to create telephoto enlargements for better clarity of objects that may be too far away from a normal camera lens. These cameras also have the benefit of using the Internet too monitor and control the cameras.
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If you are looking for an Internet based camera you should consider one of Security Camera King’s Network PTZ Dome Surveillance Cameras. These cameras are very versatile with lots of additional features than just Pan-Tilt-Zoom. In the following article, we’ll take a look at how these cameras work and give an overview on each of […]
The PTZ-TOOL programming module makes programming PTZ cameras a cinch. Security Camera King offers this for sale for customers because there are many people that have more than 1 PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) camera in their system. In fact, this tool is only required if you use more than 1 PTZ camera in your system, but it can be used to control a standalone PTZ camera as well.