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Type of CCTV Camera

  1. Dome Cameras:
    • These cameras are named for their dome-shaped housing.
    • They are often used in indoor surveillance systems.
    • The dome shape makes it difficult for someone to tell where the camera is pointing.
  2. Bullet Cameras:
    • These cameras have a cylindrical, bullet-like shape.
    • They are suitable for outdoor use and often have a longer range than dome cameras.
  3. PTZ Cameras (Pan-Tilt-Zoom):
    • PTZ cameras can pan (move horizontally), tilt (move vertically), and zoom in on a subject.
    • They are remotely controlled and ideal for wide-area coverage.
  4. IP Cameras:
    • Internet Protocol cameras are digital cameras that transmit data over a network or the internet.
    • They offer high-resolution images and can be accessed remotely.
  5. Wireless Cameras:
    • These cameras transmit video and audio signals without the need for cables.
    • They are easy to install and suitable for locations where wiring is difficult.
  6. Day/Night Cameras:
    • These cameras can capture images in both well-lit and low-light conditions.
    • They often use infrared LEDs to provide visibility in the dark.
  7. Infrared/Night Vision Cameras:
    • Equipped with infrared technology, these cameras can record in low or no light conditions.
    • Commonly used for nighttime surveillance.
  8. High Definition (HD) Cameras:
    • HD cameras offer higher resolution and image quality.
    • They are suitable for applications where fine details need to be captured.
  9. Thermal Imaging Cameras:
    • These cameras detect the heat emitted by an object or person.
    • Ideal for applications where traditional cameras may struggle, such as in total darkness or in challenging weather conditions.
  10. ANPR Cameras (Automatic Number Plate Recognition):
    • Specifically designed to capture and recognize license plate numbers.
    • Commonly used in traffic management and law enforcement.
  11. 360-Degree Cameras:
    • Also known as panoramic cameras, these capture a wide field of view.
    • Suitable for applications where a comprehensive view is essential.

These are just a few examples, and the choice of CCTV camera depends on the specific requirements of the surveillance task.