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Investing in a video surveillance system is a smart move. You have many assets to protect so you need to make sure your security system does what you want it to do. Don’t run the risk of something happening and then discover the video has not been captured properly.
Selecting the right cameras for your video surveillance system is critical to the success of your system. First, you need to determine what you want the camera to capture for you. Here are some things to consider:
Do you want to see a scene and know if something is happening?
Do you want to see an event and determine exactly what is happening?
Do you want to see the individual and determine exactly who is involved?
Your answers to these questions will begin to affect the type of cameras you need. Once you can answer these questions, use the rest of this guide to understand other factors when selecting the right camera.
You are most interested in your security system after an event occurs. Be confident knowing your security needs are met and you are getting the most out of your security investment by having the correct cameras in place.