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This digital world has modern digital solutions to all your modern problems. Digital cameras are a great asset when it comes to security. No matter how many locks you have in your office, none can provide you the security the way security cameras do. CCTV cameras have become cheaper and allow the user-friendly functionality. A CCTV camera prevents a lot of risks of theft, break-ins of burglars and unauthorized access. 

Types of Security Cameras

  • PTZ Cameras
  • Fixed Cameras
  • 360 Degree Camera

Best security cameras for your office

  • Video Resolution
  • Night Vision
  • Zoom
  • Emergency Battery
  • Microphones 

PTZ Cameras

Known as pan-tilt-zoom camera, is a top-notch surveillance device that is capable of tilting vertically, panning horizontally, or zooming in and out. This camera is commonly used in offices. It allows the users to control or monitor the specific objects or areas. 1st choice locksmith can significantly help you in installing PTZ cameras wherever needed. 

Fixed Cameras

Fixed Cameras, as the name suggests are the cameras that are just fixed and do not have the ability pan, tilt, or zoom. These cameras are designed to just be focused on one specific view without any movements or adjustment. They are commonly used for indoor monitoring, entry points, hallways, and areas that do not require constant monitoring of large spaces or dynamic tracking of objects. 

360 Cameras

360-degree cameras are used for monitoring big areas such as warehouses, stores, offices, and other commercial areas to get a complete picture of what’s happening. 1st choice locksmith can help you install or repair a 360-degree camera. Call us now for top-notch camera installation services.

FAQ

Security cameras are used to monitor and record activities in various places to enhance safety and deter theft or vandalism.
Security cameras capture video footage and transmit it to a recording device or monitor through cables or wireless connections.
There are different types of security cameras, such as dome cameras, bullet cameras, PTZ cameras, and 360-degree cameras, each suited for specific needs.
Some security cameras require internet access for remote viewing and cloud storage features, while others can work offline with local recording.
Simple security cameras may be DIY-friendly, but professional installation ensures optimal placement and proper setup for maximum effectiveness.
The recording duration depends on the storage capacity and settings of the recording device. It can range from a few days to several weeks.
With proper security measures and regular software updates, modern security camera systems are generally secure from hacking risks.
Yes, many security cameras come with night vision capabilities, using infrared technology to see in low-light or dark conditions.
Some security cameras are designed to be weatherproof, suitable for outdoor use and capable of withstanding harsh weather conditions.
Yes, visible security cameras can act as a deterrent, making potential criminals think twice before committing unlawful acts.