Posts Tagged ‘CCTV cameras’

How many cameras in the UK?

Friday, March 18th, 2011

It’s long been an argument between those that say we are watched everywhere (and that it is an invasion of privacy) and those that feel safe and secure in the knowledge that they are being watched….everywhere

CCTV cameras everywhere

But recent data has shown that actually, the number of cameras is a LOT… Continue reading

Video management systems (VMS) CCTV sotware solutions

Monday, March 14th, 2011

Video management systems are a high performance CCTV recording interface that runs on enterprise standard servers and enables organizations to run medium to large scale CCTV systems using either IP or analogue CCTV cameras.

The streaming of high quality images at a high frame rate from large numbers of cameras means that CCTV systems can be expanded beyond the normal 16 cameras  that are commonplace… Continue reading

Analogue CCTV cameras, still alive and kicking

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Analogue CCTV cameras have kind of received some bad press recently. We have been guided by the big manufacturers over the last year or two and have been led to believe that analogue CCTV is a dead technology. Well it seems that the good old analogue CCTV cameras and DVRs are still very much alive and kicking. Why is this? Well its really all down to… Continue reading

EverFocus CCTV megapixel over coax solution

Friday, September 10th, 2010

Megapixel over coax.

EverFocus have released the new EQH5200 2 megapixel IP camera that is using the latest HD-SDI serial digital interface to open the retro fit market place to megapixel technology. The EQH5200 megapixel camera is able to send images down existing RG 59 coaxial cable from a BNC connection therefore meaning easy retrofit installations for installers and therefore a more competitive upgrade solution to analogue CCTV cameras… Continue reading

CCTV lighting

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

CCTV lighting.

Often overlooked but a crucial part of any CCTV system, lighting is key to good pictures when you really need them. CCTV cameras have improved dramatically over the last few years and dual chip technology has meant that night vision from CCTV cameras is now acceptable most of the time, but in many cases it is only when images are really needed that end-users realize that… Continue reading