By Arleta Granier. Home Security Camera. Published at Sunday, March 31st, 2019 - 16:30:17 PM.
How do you know what needs to be covered? Well, quite simply the first thing you need to do is sit down and draw a rough sketch of your property.Find Your Property’s ”Blind Spots”Include both inside and outside the home as well as the property’s outer perimeters. Once you can look at your property from a simple diagram it’s time to identify your ”blind spots.”
Now, you have to determine the details you expect to see from the cameras you plan to purchase. If you expect to see great details from the camera, it will affect the camera’s frame rate directly. However, if you are not sure about the type of frame rate, it is better to ask recommendations from a specialist about your preference and needs.
It should be shielded from any damaging elements, such as rain, snow, falling debris, and excessive sunlight that can cause glare off the lens. Whether it is visible or not won’t make a huge difference, but it should not be obscured by anything such as trees that can be manipulated to cover it.
On a very basic level, you may just need a few cameras for the exterior of your house. Having a camera placed in a visible location around your home may be able to fend off predators, who, upon seeing them, will think twice about breaking into your house. Or you may need a camera looking after your own belongings outside of your house.
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