Surveillance camera and wireless security cameras

Surveillance camera and wireless security cameras

Surveillance Camera and Wireless Security
Cameras Your no.1 source for IP cameras and security
camera systems, we offer you a full solution with wireless security camera system options
for home or businesses. This category offers you professional IP camera
equipment and DVR monitoring systems at factory-direct prices. Browse the subcategories to discover network
surveillance equipment ranging from PTZ Cameras, (pan tilt zoom controllable), IP cameras,
indoor / home security camera systems and, outdoor security camera systems, which are
weatherproof or even vandal-proof for tighter security and use in public spaces. Our IP-enabled h 264 DVR systems, offer a
professional solution for turning normal CCTV cameras into a network-enabled surveillance
camera and video recording solution. Wireless Security Cameras and IP Camera Systems
IP cameras, (Internet Protocol cameras) let you use an ordinary broadband connection to
support security cameras for your property. With many IP cameras now capable of wireless
connectivity, you have great freedom and flexibility when setting up a surveillance camera system
for home or office use. A wireless IP camera also called WiFi security
camera, wireless security camera systems, or even IP wireless CCTV cameras are the ideal
tool for your peace of mind. Whether you want to watch over loved ones
or keep an eye on your property, a surveillance camera with wireless functions offers a no-fuss,
inexpensive solution for business or domestic security. Modern wireless IP cameras are lightweight,
durable, and are capable of recording high definition video and two-way audio that you
can access from any PC connected to the internet or a computer network. You could site cameras in different rooms
of a house, or separate business branches without the need for costly or time-consuming
cabling, and once installed you’ll be able to enjoy the flexibility of remote access
and control, recording and reviewing live video through your PC or laptop. You could use a wireless IP camera to keep
an eye out for intruders, keep a record of any break-in or simply set up a live view
of something interesting on your company website. We’ve divided our IP camera products into
four main categories to help you find what you’re looking for. PTZ cameras can be panned, tilted and zoomed
by remote control from a computer, enabling you to monitor a larger area without the need
for additional cameras, PTZ surveillance cameras sometimes called dome cameras due to their
shape are perfect for watching the coming and going of people through malls, lobbies,
parking lots or other large public areas. Our outdoor cameras are rugged and weatherproof
and also include automatic night vision often referred to as IR Cut, for 24/7 protection
with IP66 or better ratings they can withstand the worst of the weather as metal housings
give better protection from vandals. Our indoor and office cameras are compact
and easy to install but still come with sophisticated features such as motion detection and night
vision. Finally, our IP-enabled DVR category offers
complete video recording systems from IP cameras to cables so you’re ready to go, right out
of the box. We are careful to source only the best quality
products. Each IP camera you see on our website has
been fully tested by our in-house QC team. Wireless Security Cameras: Useful Everywhere
Most people are likely to use security cameras for surveillance of their home or business. But IP cameras needn’t only be there for when
bad things happen. Imagine that you are going away for a couple
of days. You leave enough food for you treasured pussy
cat, Tibbles, but you’d like to see how she is getting on while you are away. Simple home security cameras, such as our
wired / wireless security cameras with night vision and Phone app support lets you do just
that. Link it to your broadband (either by Wi-Fi
or Ethernet cable) and you’re up and running. Once you arrive at your holiday destination,
you can open up a web browser on your Phone and input the camera’s IP address for an instant
video stream. Many Wifi cameras will even support two-way
audio. Keeping an eye on Tibbles snoozing on the
bed is now easier and more convenient than ever and you can even give commands if he
is being mischievous or needs some encouragement at meal times. The best part about wireless security cameras
is that you can place a wifi camera almost anywhere without having to run network cables
around your property. this means you can view the places you want
when you want and changing the system layout to suit your changing needs is quick and easy. Another good use for an IP camera with Wi-Fi
is to use it as wireless outdoor security cameras. For example, you could keep an eye on a paddling
pool or swimming pool in the back garden. It’s hot, the kids want to play in your garden
pool and you need to work on the computer. You can’t do both, but you can make sure your
children are safe by setting up an IP camera to oversee the kids splashing about while
you get on with your work. With a two-way audio stream you can also keep
an ear out for any problems and even tell them to calm down if they get too boisterous
– that way the kids are happy, you get your work done and everyone stays safe. Useful IP Camera Terminology
• Auto Tracking Innovations with PTZ cameras, auto tracking
uses built-in firmware to detect monitor and track the movement of pixels in a video image. When an object moves across the camera’s field
of view it can pick up on this and pan, tilt the camera to track the object. once the object leaves the cameras to view
it will return to a parked position ready to start again should another target enter
the PTZ cameras field of view. • CCD and CMOS
A charge-coupled device (CCD) or complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) are two
kinds of image sensing systems used in cameras and camcorders that convert an optical image
into an electronic signal. The differences between the two systems are
marginal, although CCD is generally thought to result in slightly better image quality. • H.264
H.264 is short for H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 or AVC (Advanced Video Coding). It is a common standard for compressing video
files, and is one of the most frequently used formats for recording, compressing and distributing
high definition (HD) video. • IP
IP stands for Internet Protocol. An IP camera is a digital camera that can
send and receive data via the internet or a Local Area Network (LAN). IP cameras are most commonly used for security
and surveillance. Internet access means that the video recorded
on the IP camera has the potential to be stored and viewed anywhere in the world. IP cameras usually transmit their data wirelessly,
which means they don’t require the installation of cable. • IR Cut-off filter
An Infrared cut-off filter blocks infrared light to the camera while letting visible
light in. Infrared light tends to wash out color differences,
so a camera with an IR cut filter will have a far better chance of achieving optimal color
performance. Security cameras with an “IR cut” function
will have an internal mechanism to move the filter into place during daylight (to get
rid of IR interference in color reproduction) and remove it in low light and darkness when
illumination from active IR LEDs is necessary. • PoE
PoE is short for Power over Ethernet and has IEEE standards for compliance. Power is supplied over two or more of the
different pairs of wires found in the Ethernet cables. Cameras that are PoE compliant are able to
use the Ethernet cable as a power supply as well as for transmitting images so allow easier
installation as they don’t need to be located close to power sockets or have dedicated power
cabling installed for them. • PTZ
PTZ stands for pan, tilt, and zoom. A PTZ camera can be controlled remotely, either
manually or automatically, to adjust the position of the camera, focusing in on movement or
any activity that interests you. PTZ systems enable you to monitor a large
area with a single camera, or a small number of cameras in a network. IP Fisheye Camera Benefits
Having blind spots in your CCTV network can be costly. A 360-degree Fisheye IP camera gives you eyes
in the back of your head. These types of surveillance camera have an
extreme wide angle lens with an 185 degree diagonal, horizontal and vertical field of
view. The cameras can sometimes swivel to record
a 360-degree “fisheye” image. Useful for office. warehouse ceilings or these cameras can capture
everything around the, and will generally come with bundled software and a web management
interface that can then be used to re-process this image to generate four different views,
depending on your requirements, including a broad 360-degree view and quad view (which
enables you to see all four corners of a room at once). With each of these four views, you may even
have the option to pan, tilt, and zoom (PTZ) to focus in on what interests you, while the
addition of two-way audio system lets you hear what’s going on even talk back if necessary
through a built-in speaker. Best of all, since this is an IP camera, you’ll
be able to remotely switch the camera on and off, and watch and control the video feed
straight from your web browser no matter where you may be in the world. Choosing the Right IP Camera
There are a number of factors to consider when purchasing an IP camera or DVR system. Firstly, find out how many frames per second
(FPS) the system records at. Cameras may provide anything from 1 to 60
FPS. Too few and the image will be jumpy. Too many and you may find yourself running
out of internet bandwidth or storage space if you intend to record many hours of surveillance. Typically, business and home users should
expect between 15 and 30 FPS for adequate playback. Secondly, you should consider image compression. There are three main types of compression
– MJPEG, MPEG-4, and H.264. Without going into too much detail, H.264
is the most sophisticated of these and uses the least bandwidth, which means you can use
more cameras on the same broadband connection and/or record for longer onto a hard drive. Lastly, you might want to consider additional
feature sets, such as wireless capabilities, which allow for easier setup, and pan, tilt,
and zoom which gives you the flexibility to change your video image point of view without
having to move the camera. Resolution is another main consideration when
choosing an IP camera. Resolution is largely determined by the CCD
/ CMOS sensor size and how many megapixels it has. The bigger and better this sensor the more
sample points it can take when rendering and image. So the megapixel count of the sensor will
be key in determining your video and image quality. While we all want the best resolution possible
you should always weigh up this factor against cost and think about what range you want the
camera to cover. A high resolution such as HD 720P or FHD 1080P
cameras will ensure you get clearer images and video. This will also let you enlarge the image or
zoom in to clearly see faces or vehicle number plates. At Chinavasion we are quick to respond to
the latest developments, and source the newest and best IP cameras and products from China’s
factories. Our IP cameras film at respectable FPS rates
and most come with H.264 compression. Our PTZ camera and dome camera section include
some of the cheapest products of this type on the market. And don’t be fooled by the price! All our IP cameras are high quality and packed
with sophisticated features such as motion detection, night vision, and two-way audio,
so you can keep an eye (and an ear) on what matters most to you, wherever you happen to
be. Comparing Prices For IP Cameras
The quality and feature set of products is improving constantly, especially if you compare
today’s digital products with the CCTV cameras that were available only a few years ago. In the future, we expect to see even better
camera resolution, easier setup and improvements to software for increased functionality and
slicker integration with mobile devices. The latest tech news, including IP camera
reviews, can be found at websites like CNET, Techcrunch, and ZDnet. In print, you should check out magazines like
PCPro as well as specialist magazines, such as Professional Security. And don’t forget to visit Chinavasion’s own
Hot Products category for our latest products. Also, if you see a cool new product on another
website and wonder if Chinavasion could source it for you from China at a cheaper price,
why not check out our “Product Suggestions” form linked from our left sidebar on the shop
website. Security Cameras – Selling Tips
Are you in online retail? Would you like to sell more IP cameras, CCTV
and surveillance equipment? Today’s customers not only want to read about
products, they want to watch videos about them too. Unboxing videos, product demonstrations, reviews,
installation and setup guides – this kind of content is not only fun to watch, it also
helps to sell products. These days, even a cheap camcorder is packed
with features that make it easy to create professional-looking videos, which you can
upload to YouTube and your own website. And with improved content on your website,
you’ll be easier to find on the search engines and will attract more visitors – which should
mean more sales and greater profits for you. IP Cameras & DVR Recorder Notes
Chinavasion supports the professional and ethical use of surveillance and recording
devices. We do not condone any violation of privacy
laws and expect you to abide by your local laws and licenses for surveillance equipment
installation and usage. All devices in this category are designed
for professionals to install and may not be suitable for beginners. Chinavasion cannot offer any kind of setup,
usage, compatibility, cabling, software etc support or advice either before or after sales. All products are protected by our standard
12-month quality guarantee. All products which we make available online
to add to your cart are guaranteed in stock, and standard volume orders within that stock
level will be sent out within 1 working day of your order payment.

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