15 Apr

Best Security Cameras 2022

All security cameras are not created equal. Every surveillance system has different needs. Some surveillance systems need to be able to view detailed footage, while others can only access remote locations. There are many options available for those looking for the best security cameras in 2022. Here are some things you should consider when selecting the right security camera for your system. A few of our most loved products will be included. You can visit our website to learn more about the products or read about us by clicking the link: eLine Technology. For any questions regarding the Best Security Cameras 2022 feel free to give eLine a call at 800.683.6835.

Designs

Security cameras are made to be used in specific areas. While one camera might be suitable for monitoring large outdoor areas, another design may not work well in discreet surveillance. Each design serves a purpose and can only be realized in the right conditions. These conditions can include weather, property size, and motion. This page provides a quick description of some of the most common security camera designs.

Bullet Camera Design

Bullet cameras are a popular design that is efficient and economical. Because it is easy to mount and set up, this camera is a great choice for DIY installers. This design is great for monitoring areas that require only a fixed point such as a porch or doorway.

Dome Camera Design

Dome cameras are more intimidating and often used to discourage thieves and vandals. It can be difficult to pinpoint exactly where the camera is focusing due to its dome-shaped design, which makes it ideal for intimidating criminals. Dome cameras can also zoom in on specific details such as facial features. This is great for monitoring cash registers, for instance.

Pan / Tilt / Zoom (PTZ) Camera Design

The PTZ camera design allows for a more interactive monitoring experience. This camera design allows for cycling back and forth between properties and even full 360-degree motion. You can choose from pre-programmed motions, or you can customize the zoom, pan, and angle to your liking.

License Plate Camera Design

This license plate camera uses the most advanced technology to produce stunning details. This design is popular for its ability read license plate numbers.

Night Vision Camera Design / Infrared

With its night vision capabilities, the IR camera design allows monitoring in darkness. Night vision and infrared cameras have advanced a lot from the old, murky footage. IR cameras are now able to see further into the darkness than ever before, even in situations with very little light. Below is a video of one of our IR security cameras at work.

Things to Consider

Every surveillance system is different. Some people do not require a camera with 360-degree viewing capabilities. These are some things you should consider when purchasing the best security cameras for your surveillance system.

  • Camera Design
  • Setting (Indoors/ Outdoors)
  • Property / Surveillance Systems Size
  • Footage Resolution Size
  • Wireless or wired video recording
  • Price

Many of our security cameras offer 4K Ultra HD surveillance footage, which is a higher resolution than ever. This provides superior clarity and detail over larger properties than 720p or 1080p. Below is footage from 4K Ultra HD recordings.

Products

5MP IP Motorized Zoom Camera Security Camera with IR (ELIQUIP-B5-312AIR).

  • 5 Megapixel ( 2592×444 )
  • High-Efficiency H.265 Video Encoding
  • IP66 Weatherproof
  • ICR auto switch, true day/night
  • Night vision distance of up to 95 160 feet
  • Digital WDR, 3D DNR

eLine Technology supplies distribute and manufacture some of the best security products and video management systems in the world. Each member of our team shares a passion for this industry and continues to work in this area.

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