What's the Best Security Camera System I Can Get for My Backyard Without Spending More Than $500?

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1. Are DSLRs a dying breed, making now the time to switch to a mirrorless camera system? [closed]

DSLRs are certainly not going away any time soon, especially at the high end of the market - ruggedness, speed, large sensor size, and the continued availability of excellent glass will keep them around for some time. Large sensor cameras will also continue to appeal to nature photographers, as the 1.0x crop factor on the higher end models will allow them to shoot wider than APS-C, m4/3, or smaller sensored cameras, lens for lens. That said, I believe that growth of the DSLR market will slow, perhaps even flattening, as I think there are two kinds of DSLR user - pros/enthusiasts who need specific feature sets and are willing to deal with larger size and weight, and people who want better than a point-and-shoot, who would prefer a smaller camera and get some of the benefits of a larger one (APS-C sensors, for example).It's the latter group who will poach market share from both the DSLR and point-and-shoot market segments. Neither will be destroyed, but I believe both will lose some share. As for me, I am a long time SLR user, who's taking the plunge, selling his Nikon bodies and lenses, and going mirrorless (X-Pro1 when it drops). I think it will offer a compromise of features and size that will get me shooting more, because I am carrying less. And the point is to be out there shooting, after all.

2. Which camera system should one use to record an open surgical procedure? If it is GoPro, which version is best?

Use a Camera that can be disinfected to the standards required in the place where the surgical procedure is to be conducted. Do not compromise on the safety aspects of the procedure. Any digital camera with waterproof housing would suffice.

3. How And Where To Buy The Right Security Camera System | Getscw

Despite being outdated technology, many retailers are still pushing analog systems. DVRs (Digital Video Recorders including AHD, CVI, TVI, and SDI technologies) rely on the recorder's processor to digitize the camera feeds instead of using true digital cameras, meaning there are significant limitations on image quality and analytics. Analog systems are also complex to install. They use two cables, one each for video and power (known as BNC). This means that In order to properly power the system, you must install a power distribution box. Power distribution boxes are complex like wiring a fuse box and you will likely need the services of a licensed electrician. If you have a quote that is cheaper than ours- especially one from an installation company that has been resistant to change, please check to see what type of system they are quoting you. There's been a lot of fire sales in the industry lately to sell off inventory with known security issues and we do not want you to get stuck with a system that is going to put you at risk. Question number 2: What resolution do you need? Image resolution simply means how much detail the image holds and is the biggest determining factor as to the quality of your system. Said another way, how clear do you want your picture to be? SCW's cameras come in three main resolutions: 2MP (or 1080P), 4MP, and 4K (or 8MP). One of the most useful ways to talk about resolution for security cameras is in terms of how far away you are able to identify, recognize, or detect a person Also known as 1080p, 2MP cameras record at the same resolution as HD televisions. SCW's 2MP Warrior camera can identify a face at up to 25 feet. The majority of our cameras are 4MP which is twice the resolution of 1080P. SCW's 4MP Warrior camera can identify a person at up to 50 feet. 4K cameras, also known as 8 MP are four times the resolution of 1080P. SCW's 4K Warrior camera can identify a face at up to 75 feet. Choosing a camera housing style is largely a matter of visual preference as different camera housing styles do not necessarily have different features. In most cases, we recommend selecting a bullet or turret style camera as dome cameras can be a little more challenging to install due to having to remove its glass dome. This can mean exposing the camera to humidity, risking getting your fingerprints on the inside of the lens, or forgetting to fully tighten the glass dome again. Believe it or not, the vast majority of our returns are people who bought a dome camera and realized later how much easier a bullet or turret is to install. While a dome camera and a bullet camera may have exactly the same specifications, bullet cameras are a little easier to install on walls or vertical surfaces. Turret cameras are easier to install on ceilings, soffits, or horizontal surfaces. Dome cameras can be used in these locations as well. With the use of a mounting bracket, however, any style can be fairly easily installed in either location. Question 5: What size hard drive do you need? One of the significant benefits of an SCW NVR (or Network Video Recorder) is that it comes with the option to customize the included hard drive. The size of the hard drive that is best for your needs will be dependent on how long you need to keep your camera footage. Many homeowners find 3-7 days of footage to be sufficient, since they should know if something has been stolen or if there has been an incident in that timeframe. However, if you travel frequently, you may want to think about the longest length of time you would typically be away from home and add an additional 3-7 days. If you are sometimes away from your home for 2 weeks, you might want 3 weeks of footage. If you are using your surveillance system for a small business, it may take a little longer to determine if an incident or theft has occurred, so we typically recommend at least 15-30 days of footage. Businesses in regulated industries where surveillance systems are legally mandated, generally have legal requirements that can range from 90 days to 365 days. Those who are worried about proving something did not happen (for example, businesses where false insurance claims are common), often want a custom amount of footage, depending on their risks. Use our Hard Drive Record Time Calculator to calculate what size Hard Drive you need to meet your storage needs. Record on Motion: To maximize space on your hard drive, you can set your SCW NVR to record on motion only, saving your hard drive space for only the most important footage. Use H.265 Compression: SCW's Admiral Line NVRs record with a new more efficient file compression known as H.265. H.265 allows you to record about 40% more footage on the same size hard drive. For more tips or for assistance using the Hard Drive Record Time Calculator, reach out to one of our consultants at 828-483-4237

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Brazil Olympics Will Use Surveillance System to Watch Entire Cities From the Sky
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