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Who’s watching your house when you are not at home? It could be your friendly neighbour, it could be that nosey one that always complains that you washing is left on your line too long, or it could be a burglar.
Much debate has been going on between analog and digital security cameras. Others tend to invest on the former because it can be cheap compared to the latter. Some think that as long as they have security cameras installed, regardless of what type it may be, they’re good to go. This way of thinking isn’t as practical as some might ought to think. Truth is, when it comes to your home or business’ safety, there is no room for compromise. To be fair and to make things easy, we enumerated the difference between analogue and digital security cameras. We listed both their pros and cons. From here, you decide which of the two will give you your money’s worth.
We cannot stress enough how important it is to be 100% secure about the safety of your home or business. One of the many ways you can do so is through investing on a good surveillance system. A part of that system would be quality security cameras. Whether you’re someone considering to get one for your home, or someone who already invested in one and can’t quite figure out what to do next, here are the basics of the things that you must know.
Sooo many brands, sooo many features, sooo many businesses selling them. Which camera system is right for me? It can be so overwhelming. This short and sweet article will help you make the right choice when it comes to choosing the right security camera system for your home. Let’s get into it shall we… There are two types of security camera systems in the market today: