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When it comes to purchasing a security camera for your home. There is a
probability that your first option will be a network camera as they are
convenient to use and easier to install without having to pay a professional
to do the installation for you. A main advantage of using network security
camera system over a closed circuit security system over is that IP
cameras are capable of storing and transmitting data over a digital signal.
This enables you as the user to monitor your house or property through a
computer network. You can even communicate through the device. It is
good that before you make a purchase you research and understand all the
available options of network cameras so as to make the right decision.
The Advantages of an IP Camera
There are many benefits of a network camera security system. Network
cameras allow you as the homeowner or business owner to effectively
monitor your business or home with a real time video feed. There is no
need for closed circuit TV analog systems, no need to install expensive and
extensive wiring, and you will not have to buy tapes.
Network securities cameras also allow the user to schedule the recording
times thus avoid long hours of unneeded footage and thus saving on
operational costs. The motion detection feature in IP cameras records and

picks up any movement detected within the monitored area when the
cameras are enabled.

Accessibility Features
You can be able to access your IP camera through a Smartphone,
computer, or any other media device that is connected to the internet. The
camera signal is transmitted through a computer network and the data is
stored in a computer hard drive. In the case where the computer is not
available, you can be able to access the network camera through your
Smartphone, tablet or any other media device connected to the internet.
This feature will allows you to view the monitored areas from virtually
anywhere in the world as long as you have access to an internet
Low Lighting Feature

Some network cameras come equipped with an infrared low lighting
feature. The low light feature allows the camera to illuminate an area that is
with infrared lighting that is invisible to the human eye thus the intruder will
not notice. This feature is good for areas that have low light or no light.
Audio Features.
Modern network cameras offer a two way audio feature. This feature will
allow you as the user to listen to any audio within the camera's recording
area. You can buy powered speakers that will enable you to communicate
with others on the camera end.
Comparing IP Cameras to Analog CCTV
There are several types of home and business surveillance systems in the
market today. Comparing them is very important before making a
purchase. The table below looks at how well a network security camera
system compares to an analog CCTV system.


Analog CCTV

Power, audio and No

IP Camera

video over one

Full HDTV frame No


Edge Analytics



digital signal



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