Bullet Camera. A type of video camera often used Outdoor in surveillance systems, named because of its shape. Bullet cameras are both fixed focus and Variable focus to suit both small and large spaces.
Dome Camera. A type of camera with a dome-like shape. Most often used indoors. Some feature infrared lighting and some are designed to be tamper-proof, or vandal resistant.
Covert. A covert application refers to a situation where you don’t want the person to know that they are being watched or recorded. Also known as ‘hidden’ cameras.
Remote Surveillance. The ability to view your cameras from a remote location. Information is transmitted via Internet. Newer technology systems allow transmission to smart phones.
Resolution. Refers to how much detail can be captured on a camera or displayed on a monitor. HD cameras may capture Full HD resolution or more up to 4K. The higher the resolution, the more detail that can be captured in a picture. The monitors and recording devices can generally handle at least as much resolution as the cameras can capture.
It is not just businesses and commercial properties that need good security but it is our homes too we at CABSAT Uganda therefore bring to you this technology that will help you. With crime increasing and burglaries very common, it is very important to consider the use of CCTV to curb crime and deter burglars.