These cameras are mounted on a dome-shaped enclosure and are often used in indoor settings. They can be easily positioned to monitor a wide area, and their design makes it difficult for individuals to determine the direction in which the camera is pointed.
These cameras are shaped like a cylinder and are often used in outdoor settings. They are highly visible and can be used to deter crime, but their direction is more easily discernible.
PTZ stands for pan, tilt, and zoom. These cameras can be remotely controlled to pan and tilt in different directions, and they can zoom in and out on specific areas or objects.
IP cameras transmit video footage over an IP network, which can allow for remote viewing and recording. They can also include advanced features like motion detection and facial recognition.
These cameras use heat to detect movement and can be used in settings where low-light or complete darkness is a concern, such as in outdoor areas.
These cameras are connected to a network through Wi-Fi and can be accessed remotely via a smartphone or computer.
These systems include a digital video recorder (DVR) or network video recorder (NVR) that can record and store video footage from multiple cameras. They often include features like motion detection and remote access.