IP cameras explained

P Cameras Explained

IP Cameras either need a NVR, a hybrid DVR or a wireless host/client for an image to be viewed.

Note: More megapixels doesn’t always mean a sharper picture. You should take into account – Price, Technology, Lens F aperture, LUX levels (its sensitivity to low), Image sensor type and size.

IP Cameras Options

Camera Resolution – 4MP , 5MP , 6MP , 8MP and 12MP

Camera shape – Turret, Vandal Dome, Bullet or Pan Tilt/Zoom

Camera Technology – Infra-Red, colourVu, Acusense, Automatic Matic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR), Ai artificial intelegance and PIR.

Camera Lens – Covered separately

Camera IP rating– which is their resistance to moisture/rain. 99% of the camera we now sell are suitable for indoor or outdoor use unless stated otherwise.

More megapixels doesn’t always mean better image quality especially at night. A cameras performance in low light is determined by its sensitivity to light which is measured in LUX. A 0.008 lux camera would provide a better image in low light than a camera that has a LUX figure of 0.01. Both figures should be taken into account.