Network IP Cameras

An IP Camera (Internet Protocol) is one that sends and receives data via a computer network and the Internet (hence its name). These types of cameras are typically used for surveillance monitoring and are either “centralized” (meaning they require a central network video recorder to handle the recording, video, and alarm management) or “decentralized” (meaning no NVR is necessary and the footage can be recorded and managed from any local or remote storage media). Though a webcam is essentially an internet-based camera, the term “IP” is typically reserved for surveillance equipment.

  • 2 MegaPixel Network IP Cameras

    A megapixel (MP) is a million pixels. Megapixel IP security cameras can capture images containing at least a million pixels. For example, cameras that make 1920X1080 pixel images (2,073,600 finished image pixels) are usually called 2-megapixel (2MP) IP security cameras/systems.
  • 4 MegaPixel Network IP Cameras

    4 Megapixel IP Cameras are network-based security cameras that are capable of providing video resolutions up to 2560 x 1440 pixels which are 30% greater than HD 1080p.
  • 5 MegaPixel Network IP Cameras

    5 MegaPixel (1920p) security cameras are super high definition cameras that record class-leading 5-MegaPixel images with enhanced camera sensors. Typically, the 5 MegaPixel CCTV camera has a high resolution of 3072*1728 or 2560*1920, depending on the camera brands and types
  • PTZ Network Cameras

    Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) is a name given to a type of IP camera where the user can control the movement and position of the lens from a remote location using controls on an Internet browser or software application. Panning refers to the horizontal movement of the lens where tilting describes the vertical movement
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