3 Commercial Security Camera Features That Impact Image Quality

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3 Commercial Security Camera Features That Impact Image Quality

Is your Corpus Christi, TX, business or school investing in a new surveillance system or upgrading your existing system with new cameras? If so, image quality should be a significant deciding factor when researching camera types and features. Capturing clear, detailed images is essential if you need to search footage after a security incident to collect evidence. 

Let’s review a few features that have a significant effect on picture quality: 4K commercial security cameras, color night vision, and thermal imaging technology.

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1. Resolution

High resolution is a must-have feature for security cameras. The higher the resolution, the clearer and more detailed your image quality will be. The advantage of good resolution comes into play when you need to zoom in to identify an object, person, license plate, sign, or anything else on your surveillance footage. High-resolution cameras accurately capture detailed images at close range without becoming grainy or degraded.

Ultra-high-definition 4K commercial security cameras offer the highest resolution available — 4K offers four times the resolution of high-definition 1080p, which used to be the gold standard for camera image capture.

2. Color Night Vision

Most likely, nighttime surveillance is one of the primary reasons your business decided to invest in a surveillance system in the first place. High-quality cameras with color night vision technology are essential if you plan to surveil the exterior property and interior rooms at night.

In the old days, night vision technology only produced fuzzy, shadowy gray-scale footage. But new advancements allow cameras to capture the entire color spectrum, providing you with a plethora of visual data. If an incident occurs on your property at night, you’ll be able to pick out distinguishing car colors, clothing colors, and other identifying information.  

3. Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging is a technology that uses infrared energy to detect and identify heat signatures on camera. It’s the solution you need if you’re worried about capturing images in areas with zero to little light, fog, smoke, or other extremely poor lighting conditions. Because thermal sensors use temperature differences to form images, poor lighting doesn’t affect the camera’s ability to capture security breaches like an intruder on the property. Thermal cameras can also pick up on people and animals from further distances than normal cameras can.

ASAP Security Services has wide-ranging experience designing and installing advanced security and surveillance systems in both the public and commercial sectors in Corpus Christi and across Texas. Set up a consultation with our team by calling (877) 418-ASAP, filling out our contact form, or starting a live chat with us below. We look forward to working with you!

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