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Our Guide to Dome Security Cameras
There’s a huge array of dome security cameras on the market today, making it difficult for people who are new to CCTV technology to know which one’s going to be the right one for them.
Dome security cameras vary in price and include features ranging from simple, to more complex. The type and style of dome camera you’ll need as part of your CCTV system, really depends on the kind of surveillance you wish to carry out.
The best way of finding out which type of dome camera will work best for you and how many you’re going to need, is to engage the services of a fully qualified CCTV installer – 0121 369 1510.
What all dome security cameras do, is help to protect your home or business premises, whilst acting as a strong visual deterrent.
The dome camera, as the name suggests, is dome shaped and is a very neat, compact camera that’s very easy to install and can be used for indoor and outdoor monitoring.
Due to their size, the dome camera is particularly popular with homeowners, as they can be positioned in a corner of the room, or hallway and tend to go unnoticed.
Dome cameras generally rotate to provide maximum coverage and have the ability to monitor large areas. They come in a variety of styles, with many features, such as indoor, outdoor, vandal proof, Pan, Tilt & Zoom (PTZ), Internet Protocol (IP) and Infrared.
They’re a very smart little camera, available in a variety of colours and include tinted glass, or plastic coverings, which stop people from knowing exactly which way they are pointing and focusing on.
For use outdoors, you can purchase vandal proof dome security cameras, which are tough enough to withstand any attempt by a criminal to destroy it.
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This news was posted on Friday, February 17th, 2017, read more CCTV Guides.
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