When you get a CCTV system you don’t want it to stop working at night, that’s why night vision CCTV cameras were invented.
Normal CCTV cameras don’t have the capability to see very well in the dark, if the area you’re looking at isn’t lit incredibly well then these cameras probably wont give you the protection you need. Let’s face it, if you’re paying for a CCTV system to be installed you don’t only want to see what happens 12 out of the 24 hours of security footage.
Night vision CCTV for home use
Night vision isn’t just for banks and big businesses though, technology is becoming cheaper and now night time is no barrier to your home security.
To be honest, it’s almost unthinkable that it would be!
How do they work?
Basically, night vision CCTV cameras work by utilising infra red sensors.
These cameras detect infra red light that is invisible to the naked eye so that the night vision CCTV cameras have a much clearer view of what’s happening in the dark than conventional cameras.
It also means that they can see a lot better than you can, no matter how many carrots you’ve eaten!
Find out more about how night vision cameras work here.
Other benefits of modern tech
It’s not only seeing things in the dark that modern technology allows us to do now.
Faster internet speeds and greater access to computing technology means you can watch your home night vision CCTV camera footage from almost anywhere. All you need is a computer network or fixed IP address and you can connect through your personal laptop with an internet connection.
Not only can you see your footage in the dark from almost anywhere but it’s now clearer than ever.
HD cameras mean better image quality so that anything from a burglars hair colour to their car’s number plate is now decipherable with the right CCTV system.
You can even watch old footage whilst the cameras are still recording!
Do my cameras have to be on show?
Nope. The cameras are now smaller than ever and can be fitted into your house so that they look like clocks! There’s no better footage when you’re trying to ID a burglar than when they stick their face right in front of a clock to see if it’s worth stealing!
What does this all mean?
This means that your home can be watched 24 hours a day in great quality, so you might want to think about polishing that silver on your mantelpiece!
Night Vision CCTV Systems For Your Home
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