Types of Security Cameras
Understanding San Diego Surveillance Installation
When it comes to selecting the right type of security camera for your property,
it can seem like there are far too many options to choose from. The good
news is that Silverstrand Technologies, Inc. is here to help you wade
through the selection process and install the best possible option for
your needs. We offer the most sophisticated software programs, a comprehensive
range of camera options and accessories, and professional installation
services! You can come to our San Diego surveillance contractors for assistance
with every step of the process.
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What type of camera is right for my property?
While installing surveillance cameras may seem straightforward, it is important
that you understand your options and select a camera style that fits your
goals and preferences. Our San Diego security camera installation team
can helpyou determine which surveillance system is the perfect fit for
We can work with you to help determine the best option:
Hidden/discreet cameras: Can be very covert, appearing to be different objects, camouflaged, or
placed in discreet locations, allowing them to catch more discreet actions.
Dome cameras: Are placed in unobtrusive, dome-shaped housing. They may be used to both
catch thieves and reassure customers. They can allow for tilting, panning,
Bullet cameras: Are typically wall or ceiling-mounted and used indoors (some outdoor
use). They are designed to primarily capture images from a fixed area,
with minimal movement.
Infrared/night vision cameras: Can provide images in pitch black conditions using IR LEDs. This may
be ideal for facilities that need around-the-clock security and monitoring.
Day or night cameras: Can be used 24/7 for varying light conditions, adjusting to glares, sunlight,
and strong backlights. They are ideal for outdoor areas, such as parking lots.
Varifocal cameras: Can be very helpful, allowing an operator to zoom in or out while still
maintaining focus on the image. This can be important in cases where verification
In addition, there are also various network/IP cameras and wireless cameras
that can transmit images over the internet. The bandwidth will often be
compressed to make it manageable. These types of cameras are easier to
install than traditional analog cameras, as they do not require any cable
or additional power to send images over long distances. You may also prefer
camera feed to be in high-definition. While not typically needed for general
lcoations, then can be very beneficial for niche markets, such as casinos
and other industries that may require extreme clarity.
Take the First Step Towards a Secure Facility
If you have questions on the type of security camera that may be best for
your business, facility, or office needs, please do not hesitate to reach
out to Silverstrand Technologies, Inc. We offer exceptional quality security
camera systems to clients in San Diego and beyond.
Get started by requesting a free consultation at any time.