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If you have ever looked around while at a big business, chances are that you have seen a dome security camera. These little devices resemble a black dome that is affixed to a small mounting area. It may take some time to spot one of these because they are pretty discreet but they work very well. But that doesn’t really tell you much about what these cameras are.
Traditional security cameras used purpose-built cables to transmit data from each camera to the recorder. What people realized is that these cables were easy to damage and came with so many different proprietary connections that something needed to be done. Not to mention, the fact that they had limited ability to transmit enhanced features and high definition imagery.
Security cameras are a great way to protect your property but no one camera is right for every application. Choosing the right security camera can make the difference between your property being covered and having blind spots. In more extreme conditions, it can also mean the difference between a functional camera and one that will fail.
Security cameras have a lot of features and learning what those features are can make a big difference in being able to plan out your security system. One of the terms that you will hear whenever looking at a security system is channel. This will typically be listed in the title of the product. For example, a 16 channel security system.
When choosing your CCTV camera you have a lot of options to choose from. One of the choices that you can make is picking a CCTV camera that uses megapixels as a measurement of quality. But then what kind of quality should you be looking for?