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CCTV Camera in Mumbai: Infra-red cameras

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Different Types Of CCTV Camera?

* Infra-red cameras-

These CCTV camera types are most popular in Singapore and work best in low light conditions. These hi-tech cameras can see on its illumination capacity. These cameras are equipped with LED's that cast out into the darkness. Usually, each LED on the camera equals one foot, which means a infra-red camera with 20 LED's can see about 20 feet. There are some latest LED's known as Cat's Eye's that have even more power, but are only used in hi-tech cameras.

You can easily differentiate a Cat's Eye from other LED's because they are slightly large in size. As regards to its infrared quality, it has more to do with the intensity of these LEDs and the distance they can cover. Infrared LED's have limited life as they glow most of the time, so they'll have to be changed over time. Just because a camera has more LED's. It really depends on the strength of the LED's.

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* Bullet cameras-

These cameras are best when you want your camera to be inconspicuous, but not covert. They are good for shorter to middle distances when low light conditions are not a consideration. As these CCTV camera stypes are small, they have limited capability lens and internal board. Therefore, their picture quality is less than traditional cameras that come with camera controls and double layer board.

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