Finding the right Business Security Cameras or home can be quite daunting without the right support. Here at CCTV Builder, we have teamed up with some of the biggest brands in the industry to help you get the right CCTV system for your needs. There are two types of CCTV cameras systems IP and analogue. Businesses are security critical so CCTV for businesses is our specialization even if it be turnkey solution. In todays competition world even Home Security Cameras UK are also of optimum quality as UK is leading nation in CCTV Camera Surveillance security in the world,. So most companies pitch there best products here.

If you’re looking to set up a system from scratch, we would recommend a new install to purchase an IP CCTV System as this setup will ensure you’re future proof.

Consider the following before purchasing a CCTV Kit, or if you’re looking build your own CCTV Kit

1 – Where are you going to install the camera? Indoors or outdoors.

The last thing you want to do is purchase outdoor cameras for installation indoors. We mostly stock outdoor professional cameras, ranging from 2mp to 12mp – Bullet, Turret, Dome cameras. The needs for these cameras vary, but the dome camera range is the most popular. Why? Because of its construction, and being rather discreet, they will not stick out as the typical Bullet camera, that is unless you’re looking for people to see your security camera.

2 – How many cameras do you need?

As NVRs and DVRs come with 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 channels only, it makes sense to purchase the right recorder should you wish to add more cameras in the future.

3 – Lens type.

These are prominently 4 different type of lenses

2.8mm.

4mm.

6mm.

8mm above.

The higher the lens number the more narrow and zoomed field of view

See examples different lens type below

2.8mm

 lens CCTV

4mm

 lens CCTV

8mm

8mm lens CCTV

Again it all depends on what you’re trying to cover.

4 – Hard drive space

There are several factors one must consider but the main things are.

Camera resolution

Number of cameras

Frame rate – i.e number of frames per second

Days to record.

The higher the above the more space required on the hard drive.

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