Surveillance cameras come in a variety of shapes and sizes, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. When trying to determine which camera is best for your situation, the following aspects should be considered:
Distance from the camera to the desired field of view, or the actual location the camera is viewing/recording.
Width of the field of view you’re looking for
Lighting changes that occur, or low/high lighting requirements
Whether you need color or black and white (B&W works well in low lighting)
Buyers need to consider all of these factors when determining which camera is right for them, because there is simply not a camera that works with every individual circumstance. It is important to evaluate each individual location when deciding to purchase a camera system.
Need help deciding upon a surveillance camera system? Don’t hesitate to contact one of our security experts at (877)-422-1907.