3 Overlooked Samsung Cctv Cameras

Samsung is a company that prides itself on producing a wide range of CCTV security cameras that are designed to fit the video surveillance needs of business owners all over the world across virtually every industry. Indeed, there is a set of Samsung CCTV cameras for just about every business owner. However, one of the most commonly reported concerns that many new business owners have is what camera they should look to next for their security system.

A common mistake is that security cameras will last forever without a need to upgrade as technology improves but this is just not the case at all. In fact, it’s much easier to find a suitable upgrade every few years than it is to try to handle the growing needs of your organization on old technology that grows obsolete as security trends change and improve over time. If you’re interested in a closer look at Samsung’s produce offering for the security market, then you may want to check into three overlooked Samsung CCTV cameras that have strong features that would make them highly useful in today’s demanding surveillance environment.

The first camera to look into is the Samsung SOC-4030. This Samsung CCTV camera focuses on a strong day/night theme as well as sharp quality. At 530TVL, this camera will be able to pick up the little details required to properly your area. If you require overnight surveillance abilities, then you’ll like the night settings the SOC-4030 has — low light is not a problem at all for this camera.

The second camera to look into is the Samsung SID-45C. Like theĀ  SOC-4030, the SID-45C is also a day/night camera. However, what makes this camera different is that it’s a dome camera — much smaller and more compact. This makes the SID-45C perfect for areas where traditionally larger cameras aren’t able to go. In addition, this camera brings strong quality to the mix, with a resolution rating of 530TVL. Another added benefit this camera brings to the table is that the dome structure is a lot more difficult for potential thieves to damage and destroy. If you are planning to deploy security monitoring into a high risk environment, this may be a great option for that purpose.

The final Samsung CCTV camera to look into is the Samsung SNC-C7478C, which is actually an IP megapixel camera as well as being a PTZ (Pan, Tilt & Zoom) camera. The focus on this camera is due to the new functional that the PTZ capability brings to the surveillance plan — instead of only being able to focus on one area or another, this camera can actually tilt to highlight different areas over certain intervals of time or even upon detecting motion. In areas where high security is a must, there is also a privacy masking function built into the camera directly to handle covering areas that are meant to stay private even during surveillance.

All things considered, the recommendations here are just that — recommendations. The right system for your organization’s needs will mostly likely have a mixture of these features and components. The best way to use these recommendations is as a tool to further refine what your needs are in a good set of Samsung CCTV cameras and go from there.