Covert Security Cameras

Written by Ivan Gale
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In the world of covert security cameras, there's one important thing to remember: camera resolution is all-important. In fact, it's the single most important factor to consider when buying them. Differences in the resolution of different cameras can be monumental, from seeing and being able to identify a person committing a crime clearly, to only seeing the fuzzy outline of someone committing a crime.

Resolution is Important when Shopping for Covert Security Cameras

The resolution of covert security cameras is indicated by the number of lines on a screen that make up the picture. Each line holds pixels, and this determines how clear and sharp the picture will be. The technical issues aren't overwhelming, but they do require paying close attention.

Another important thing to remember is, borrowing from an analogy: you're only as good as your weakest link. Say you just purchased a sleek new camera but bought a mid-range monitor and a low-end recorder. The end result will be that that your recordings will be from the lowest common denominator resolution, that is, from your recorder.

Covert security cameras are now available over the Internet, like all the other spy gear ranging from desk clock hidden cameras to wireless hidden cameras. New sites are now carrying the latest technological gadgetry for surveillance gear. Speedy shipping and helpful customer service are making this form of shopping a viable alternative to going to regular stores.


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