September 11, 2019
Surveillance Video Camera

Tips For Selecting The Best Video Surveillance Camera – Part 2

Along with considering the video surveillance camera type, it is important to also consider factors such as lighting, resolution, lux, and DVRs (Digital Video Recorders). These factors will influence how effective your security camera system will be. In case you missed it, be sure to check out Tips for Selecting the Best Video Surveillance Cameras […]
September 5, 2019
Video Surveillance Cameras

Tips For Selecting The Best Video Surveillance Cameras

It can be easy for many consumers to end up buying unnecessary video surveillance cameras for their home or business. This is because most people do not have a working knowledge of what to consider when buying security cameras. Buying the right security cameras can provide major peace of mind twenty-four hours a day. How […]
November 9, 2018
Security Cameras For Sale Online

4 Reasons To Use Security Cameras

The next time you want to need to find security cameras for sale online, remember there’s no better choice than the King. Security Camera King is an online security camera and CCTV equipment store with a vast collection of all things surveillance. We pride ourselves in being able to deliver the perfect security surveillance solution […]
April 14, 2012

High Resolution Security Cameras

Constantly improving technology is producing high resolution security cameras. A high resolution se3curity camera is like watching your television in High Definition (HD). The higher the resolution, the better the detail and clarity of the picture. High resolutions cameras are generally more expensive than lower resolution cameras but even today's prices are lower than a few years ago.
March 21, 2011

Video Surveillance Cameras

Electronic video images may show a varying degree of detail. That is evidenced by the contrast between standard television broadcasts and those called High Definition (HD). Television was originally displayed on a Cathode Ray Tube or CRT (also called the "picture tube"). The CRT reproduced the image on its screen by shooting an electron beam horizontally at the rate of about 60 times per second. To a large degree, the number of horizontal lines determined how detailed the video appeared. The more lines, the smaller the lines, the greater the detail of the picture.