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There are several types of smart security cameras on the market, each offering different features and benefits. Most smart outdoor security cameras connect via a low-cost, high-speed wireless network to your home computer system, enabling you to view them on a computer screen from virtually anywhere with an internet connection. However, there are also cameras that can work with wired Ethernet, Bluetooth, Z-wave, or even a proprietary wireless networking technology to link to a specific home security camera or hub. While it is possible to view your camera images on a PC from practically anywhere, it’s best to keep the security cameras inside the house to ensure the camera system can always be viewed if the power is out. It’s also important to note that some cameras offer night-vision capabilities, so they can monitor lights and movement at night.
One of the most popular security cameras is the two-way audio and video recording device. These products come with basic audio and video-recording features and allow you to monitor your property during different times of the day. The audio recording can be recorded onto a hard drive for playback in real time, while the video recording can be stored onto a DVD or other storage device for later retrieval. This type of security camera is great for monitoring both entrances and exits, but is especially useful when you have company over, as you can view what is going on long before they arrive. If you’re concerned about your babysitter watching your kids, or suspect someone inside the home of being unfaithful, two-way audio, and video surveillance systems can provide you with the peace of mind you need to feel comfortable that everyone is safe and sound when you’re away from home.