CCTV Cameras with Night Vision

Some cameras have important features such as night vision, which make them perfect for after hours surveillance, allowing to capture surveillance video in low light and darkness.

There is a wide range of CCTV Security Cameras and Video Management System (VMS) to provide the best solution according to your security needs and budget.

Night Vision Cameras

CCTV Night Vision Cameras

Many cameras are Day/Night capable, meaning that they can provide with good footage during the day light hours, and also during the night, when it has minimum illumination or even darkness (including severe weather conditions).

Selected models include Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) technology for better image quality in scenes with high contrast between light and dark areas (basic, advanced, superior or extreme WDR).

There is also the Low Light Sensitivity (LLS) technology for clear visibility in low light conditions (from standard through to superior or extreme low light sensitivity).

Several PTZ and Speed Dome models are designed with extremely good low light and WDR capabilities. It is also possible to have night time surveillance with some kinds of hemispheric cameras.

We can tailor and provide a security camera solution that meets your needs (check also our Indoor, Outdoor, Hidden and Wireless Camera).

Thermal Camera

Thermal CCTV Security Camera ACTi Q31

Perimeter protection of critical infrastructure and large open areas such as airports, coastline or geographical borders is even more efficient with a thermal camera: it can reliably distinguish people, vehicles and other heat-radiating objects at extremely large distances

The Thermal Camera senses heat so it can be used in complete darkness, fog, rain, snow, dust or other matters that could obscure the view of standard cameras since they don’t affect its ability to detect targets.

Thermal image is also ideal for detection of camouflaged people or objects that might blend in with complex backgrounds.

The built-in motion detection can automatically recognize moving targets while preventing false alarms caused by ambient motion – such as moving tree branches or sea waves. Motion Notification senses suspicious activities in the surrounding and triggers ACTi speed dome to track the suspicious object by capturing motion of heat.

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CCTV and VMS Benefits

Our Security Specialists can provide you with a security camera solution that meets your needs and your budget. 

Some of the many benefits of installing a CCTV and Video Management Systems include:

  • Prevent Theft and Burglary
  • Covert installations for Catching a suspected Thief
  • Building monitoring 
  • Monitoring of Operational Procedures and 
  • Reduced insurance claims. 

Contact us now or find out what the benefits of installing a camera system are.

CCTV Market Solutions

More than just recording images, there are some other amazing ways you can use CCTV cameras:

  • People counting and Tracking
  • Heat Maps
  • Facial and Number Plate recognition
  • Improving general Health & Safety 
  • Staff training
  • Business Analytics
  • So much more! 

Learn More about Market Applications for CCTV Security Cameras!

All Kinds of Security Cameras

Standard Cameras

High quality image for all applications, they include bullet, cube, dome and box cameras with high quality fixed or vari-focal lenses. 

Standard CCTV Security Cameras
Standard

Zoom Cameras

Box, Bullet and Dome cameras, with different zoom ratio options, they can have with up to 36x optical zoom and quick auto focus. 

Zoom CCTV Security Cameras
Zoom

PTZ Cameras

PTZ, or Pan, Tilt and Zoom cameras, are for 360° coverage. They can turn the lens to any desired direction and zoom in / out either automatically or by remote manual control. 

Pan, Tilt and Zoom
Pan, Tilt and Zoom

IP Cameras / Network

IP Cameras are digital video cameras usually employed for security surveillance via computer network and Internet. 


Indoor/Outdoor Cameras

Both of them can have similar design and comparable features, but usually the outdoor ones deal with weather and may require anti-vandals protection. 


Indoor / Outdoor Camera
Indoor / Outdoor Camera

Night Vision Cameras

Some cameras have important features such as night vision, which make them perfect for after hours surveillance, allowing to capture surveillance video in low light and darkness (including Thermal Cameras)

Night Vision
Night Vision

Covert Cameras

Covert Cameras are discreet security cameras with some different shapes and a wide range of disguise accessories. Perfect for environments where they should be hidden from people's view!

OZT Cameras

OZT technology combines three valuable features – Overview, Zoom and Tracking – to be able to automatically track any suspicious object over a wide area.

OZT CCTV Security Cameras
OZT

180°/360° Cameras

Perfect for locations where one camera has to cover the whole surrounding area, it can either cover the 360° or 180° surround view and are available for indoor and outdoor installations.

180°/360° CCTV Security Cameras
180°/360°

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Automatic Movement Tracking

ACTi Covert Cameras

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