If you have questions about installing security cameras in your home, reading this blog will help you make a decision.
Surely you have faced the fear that one day you’ll return home and find that you have been robbed.
You think about everything you worked for, and what it took you to buy a lot of things.
Now those things have been taken from you in a matter of hours, you couldn’t do anything about it.
You weren’t there to defend what’s yours. The situation may even have happened to you before.
In either case, I’m sure you’ll be interested in how to prevent it or do justice.
Maybe it will help you to know how you can benefit from security cameras for home.
To know what the cure is, you first have to study the disease.
The first thing you need to know is How do they do it?
Most commonly used methods of home burglary
Some thieves take the time to watch their target, walking around the area.
They take into account factors such as the transit of people, timetables, rest days.
Once they identify frequent vulnerabilities, they mark the house.
This mark varies according to the creativity of the thief, can range from a garment, to marking with paint.
Usually in complicity with other people, they return to the marked house and carry out the robbery.
When in your house there are more ways of easy access, apart from the main entrances.
Such as moving stairs and irregular walls that support climbing.
Other times they choose to pass themselves off as delivery men or salesmen.
There are two possibilities.
One is that you let them in and they evaluate better the valuables.
The second is more aggressive, because the robbery is carried out when there are people in the house: confrontation.
That said, the question remains:
Are Security Cameras for Home Right for You?
Technology has the answer, for example:
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Long distance viewing (25x 4.8-120mm optical zoom)
Motion sensor that allows automatic tracking.
Infrared night vision.
Resolution from 30FPS to 4MP HD (2560 x 1440)
Long range zoom (8-32 mm).
Ability to recognize license plates in dark environments.
Camera sensor from 60 FPS to 1080p, which allows to store license plates of vehicles in fast movement.
A 180° field of vision if you install it on the wall and 360° if you install it on the ceiling.
Built-in microphone and speaker.
In-house monitoring, thanks to the technology of these cameras, you can know what is happening in real time.
This includes members of your family that require special attention such as children.
Control of unauthorized vehicles.
Another benefit that should also be mentioned is the financial savings.
If you want more security, a security camera installation would be cheaper than hiring personnel.
Now it’s up to you to decide if all the points I mentioned don’t represent better security for your home.
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