The digital age calls for comprehensive digital solutions, even when it comes to Little Rock security cameras. Interactive Security Solutions recommends a DVR camera for most first-time security camera buyers because they're easy to use and they do a great job. DVR cameras are recording cameras. You install the camera wherever you want it, and everything is saved on the DVR recorder in your house. There are also cloud-based DVR camera solutions as well. If you're not sure which kind would be best for you, contact Interactive Security Solutions, and we'll try to help you figure it out.
Understanding DVR Security Cameras
When we look at DVR security cameras, there are dome cameras and bullet cameras. To paint a better visual for you; think of it like this:
- Dome cameras look like the kinds of cameras you see on the ceiling inside your local Walmart's store.
- Bullet Cameras can be long or short in length, but they look like the kinds of security cameras you see outside your local Walmart's store pointed at the parking lot.
Both kinds of cameras do a wonderful job. However, dome cameras have a panoramic view, whereas bullet cameras focus on one area, such as a front door. Again, the kind of camera we would recommend depends on the need and the intended use of the camera.
Choosing the Right Cables is as Important as Choosing the Right Camera
When you are searching for Litte Rock security cameras, choosing the best camera is not the only task at hand. You will also need to find the right wires for your camera. One of the perks of buying your security cameras from Interactive Security Systems is that we not only sell you the cameras, but we can also come to your place and install them for you.
There are analog and ethernet security camera systems available. Ethernet systems are used for IP cameras. IP cameras have their upside, but the problem with these cameras is that their recorders are not interchangeable. This means that you will be stuck with that manufacturer's recorder indefinitely. With an HD-TVI camera, you'll have the option to change out the camera or the recorder as long as the recorder is designed to support your kind of camera.
When you purchase a typical DVR camera from online, you'll get a set of premade cables that come with your security cameras. Caution! These cheap cables will go bad over time, and you will have to replace them. Plus, these cables are usually only good up to 100 feet. The RG59 cables that Interactive Security Solutions recommends are a bit more expensive, but they're worth every penny! These are good up to 1,500 feet, and they last for a very long time.
We Offer the Best Warranty and Support in the Industry
At Interactive Security Solutions, all of our equipment comes with a full 3-year warranty. If you have been shopping around for Little Rock security cameras, you know that most companies offer a 30-day or 90-day warranty. On top of an industry-leading warranty, we also offer industry-leading tech support for the entire time you own a camera system purchased from us.