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Internal & External Dome Cameras

The dome camera is one most commonly used for indoor and outdoor security and surveillance. The shape of the camera makes it difficult for onlookers to tell which way the camera is facing, which is a strong piece of design, deterring criminals by creating an air of uncertainty. Other benefits of this type of camera include: Ease of installation, Vandal-resistant feature, IR night vision.
Dome cameras are widely used in stores, hotels, restaurants, and other locations for indoor and outdoor security. With their dome-shaped housings, these cameras are perfect-shaped for fitting in tight spaces, resisting impacts from vandalism, and for keeping an eye on things without revealing where the camera is facing.
Because dome cameras have a wider viewing angle than other CCTV and IP cameras, they can monitor large areas with near-panoramic views in single shots–at high resolution and with no distortion. Dome cameras are especially suited to capturing footage at wide angles because their compact design leaves a relatively small amount of space between their lens and their imaging sensor. And while a dome camera’s surveillance range is limited by its short focal length, most domes have 3 or 4 axis adjustment options, which allow for plenty of adjustment to achieve a specifically desired field of view.
A dome camera can be easily put into a ceiling or on an eave. That’s not all; these cameras are quite versatile and can fit several settings. However, once it’s installed, it’s usually not mobile. If you need to change the field of view for some reason, you should consult a professional.
These cameras are often quite durable. Their tools last a long time, in part, because the camera’s delicate sensors are encased in a protective shield. You can even purchase a dome camera as “vandal-proof.” This means the camera’s impact protection rating is high.
Many homeowners prefer dome security cameras over bullet cameras merely out of affection on the artistic appearance.
Instead of being relatively intrusive, IP dome security cameras take on simplicity and minimalism to soften intrusion with the surrounding, especially white-colored dome security cameras, they can easily blend in with the settings such as limestone white walls and ceiling plaster.
That could explain why many customers are prone to install dome shaped security cameras inside the house: the dome security cameras if not being in sharp contrast to the whole color tone will naturally immerse with interior décor.
You will generally see Dome cameras used in:
Hotels
Schools
Restaurants
Banks
Casinos
Hospitals
Libraries
and other public locations
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