CCTV

Analog cameras

An Analogue system comprises of a camera(s) fitted with a CCD (charge-coupled device) chip that digitises the light it picks up capturing the image for processing. To enable the image to be sent to the video monitor or recorder, the image is converted back to an analogue signal that is NTSC/PAL compliant. To help with comparisons, it is worth noting that the maximum resolution allowed by the NTSC/PAL is equivalent to 0.3 megapixels.
Analog cameras

IP cameras

IP cameras capture images in much the same way as a digital camera, and compress the files to transmit over the network. IP cameras may be used with a wired network connected via ethernet cable to a broadband modem or router, or wirelessly via a WiFi router.

Dome cameras

Dome security cameras are easily recognizable for their circular, dome encasing. Dome surveillance cameras are highly versatile and can be used in both indoor and outdoor settings, providing unparalleled coverage for nearly any use case. Most dome security cameras have a vandal-proof dome encasing, IR for night vision, and a sturdy metal base to protect it from vandalism or tampering, making it an ideal solution for reliable surveillance in rugged conditions.

Bullet cameras

Bullet cameras are named by their distinct cylindrical shape, which looks like a bullet shell or lipstick tube. As one of the most common types of security cameras, bullet cameras are a visible deterrent. In fact, studies have found the presence of security cameras will make your property a less desirable target. Like dome cameras, bullet cameras can be installed indoors and outdoors.

Waterproof

Waterproof