Indoor & Outdoor Camera's
Indoor and outdoor cameras are surveillance devices that are used to monitor and record activities within or outside of a building.
Indoor cameras are typically small and compact and can be placed on a tabletop or mounted on a wall or ceiling. They are designed for indoor use and are typically equipped with features such as night vision, motion detection, and two-way audio communication. Indoor cameras are used to monitor areas such as bedrooms, living rooms, and hallways, and can be connected to a home security system or accessed remotely via a smartphone or tablet.
Outdoor cameras, on the other hand, are designed to be weather-resistant and durable, and can withstand exposure to the elements. They are typically larger and more rugged in design, and are used to monitor outdoor areas such as driveways, yards, and entry points. Outdoor cameras may also be equipped with additional features such as long-range night vision, high-definition video, and remote pan, tilt, and zoom capabilities.
Both indoor and outdoor cameras can be connected to a home security system or used as standalone devices. They can provide real-time surveillance and recording, and can be accessed remotely via a smartphone or tablet, allowing individuals to monitor their homes from anywhere.