There’s no shortage of surveillance cameras on the market right now and that’s a good thing. Most of these solutions are competent enough and get the job done. For these applications, the cameras capture surveillance footage of incidents as they happen. While valuable, what these solutions offer is passive video surveillance. With the captured footage, you can only react to whatever incident occurred after the fact. As technology marches on, we don’t need to rely on the old way of doing things. Better exists.
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Whether you’re at an event or vlogging, the Canon PowerShot PICK allows you to capture the spontaneous moments of your life, so you can focus on enjoying them! Its small size and five-hour battery life let you record on the go. The Active PTZ Tracking uses advanced subject and facial recognition algorithms to pan, tilt, and zoom automatically to follow the action, as well as capture photos and videos—all automatically. Through the MiniPTZcam app, you can
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Doug Guerra shares a brief overview of PTZ (or pan, tilt, and zoom) cameras and how to incorporate them into your video production.
0:00 - Introduction
0:43 - What Is A PTZ Camera?
2:06 - PTZ Camera Setup
4:26 - How to Add a PTZ Camera to Your Production
7:29 - Final Thoughts
Click to learn more about Canon PTZ cameras and let us know how you plan to use them in the Comments section, below.
Surveillance systems run the gamut from complex and intricate NVR kits, with all the bells and whistles, to simple bundles that require little more than a hub with a camera or two and Wi-Fi connectivity. For me, the barometer for how well a simple surveillance system is designed is if I can get everything up and running in less than ten minutes, since a big part of simplicity is ease of use. In this category is the
Nest recently released a brand-new battery-powered video doorbell that can be installed on any door or home. The wireless design lets you easily install it yourself. The doorbell lets you receive motion-activated alerts and can differentiate between people, animals, packages, and vehicles.
Available in white, ash,
Lorex recently expanded its range of night vision surveillance cameras and 4K UHD NVRs to offer a solution for different surveillance applications. Up first is the E861ABB bullet camera. With a black enclosure that can stealthily blend in any environment, this network bullet camera captures 4K UHD resolution video at 15 fps. It features a night vision range of up to 90' in complete darkness, a 2.8mm fixed lens with a 111° field of view, motion
Hikvision has expanded its DeepinView series with the DS-2TD1217-x/V1 thermal and optical network turret cameras. The cameras combine a vanadium oxide uncooled focal plane array, along with a 1/2.7" progressive scan CMOS sensor to function as both a thermal and optical network camera.
These hybrid cameras come in
Thinkware recently unveiled some new dash cams, along with accompanying rear-view cameras, to give drivers the option of a complete video recording solution for the front and rear of their vehicles. Additionally, a new 2-channel motorsport camera for motorcycles was also unveiled.
Up first, the Q800PRO is a Wi-Fi dash cam that records 2560 x 1440 resolution video at 30 fps. It has a wide 140-degree lens, a built-in speaker and
Arecont Vision has expanded its range of network cameras with the Contera Series. This new series of network cameras comes in several form factors that include two micro bullet cameras, two bullet cameras, two dome cameras, two outdoor dome cameras, and two multi-sensor panoramic cameras. These cameras all feature SNAPstream+ (Smart Noise Adaptation and Processing) for bandwidth efficiency, NightView technology for low-light applications, multicasting, forensic zoom, scaling, ePTZ, and PoE technology.
The micro bullet cameras come in
MOBOTIX has expanded its range of network cameras, starting with the MOVE series, which consists of two PTZ cameras, a bullet camera, and a dome camera.
The MOVE SD-330 and SD-340-IR PTZ cameras capture 2065 x 1553-resolution video at 30 fps and have built-in heaters. The SD-330 is equipped with a 4.3-
Never a company to rest on its laurels, Hikvision added some new network cameras to its robust lineup. Up first is the DS-2CD2063G0-I bullet camera. It comes in 2.8mm and 4mm focal-length
It's clear TP-Link isn't contented with simply being a networking powerhouse, because the company has steadily released a salvo of smart home products in recent years. Having already made a name for itself with its Kasa lineup of smart outlets, bulbs, and indoor cameras, TP-Link unveiled seven additions to its smart home family at CES 2019.
Its new Kasa Smart Video Doorbell sports a slim, modern design and features 2K high-definition video with HDR, which should greatly help with nighttime viewing. This is important—porch pirates never sleep
Choosing the right cameras is only a small part of putting your surveillance system together. At least as important, in the long term, is deciding how you’ll record and store your video. The best solution will depend on your needs and how you anticipate them changing. While large deployments at government institutions or campuses will usually depend on server-based solutions, we’ll be focusing on household and small business needs.
Long gone are the days when surveillance video was recorded to a video cassette. A surveillance
More than in most other applications, surveillance video devices need to be specially suited to their environment. Unlike a camera used for other purposes, surveillance gear rarely allows you to make changes to the environment you’re recording, so it must be able to work in the conditions in which it’s installed. Most installations won’t allow you to add or remove light sources to accommodate the needs of your camera, so you should know what features to look for and how they’ll effect your recording.
An IR cut filter, specifically a mechanical
With a range of surveillance, home security, and automation devices, Honeywell wants to ensure that your home will always remain safe and sound, beginning with the Smart Home Security Base Station all-in-one security solution. The base station has dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity and features smart home integration with compatible devices such as motion sensors, key fobs, Z-Wave lighting, and IFTTT. In addition, it captures