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Surveillance Storage

Having surveillance cameras such as hidden cameras or CCTV networks is one big step in keeping your home or office safe. However, they won’t do any good unless you have the best surveillance video storage solutions.

Most surveillance cameras are digital these days, which means they do not record the videos on tape. Instead, the video is converted into digital data and needs to be stored in a hard drive or at least a removable storage device like an SD card or micro-SD card. The best memory cards for video camera surveillance will depend on the size and type of cameras that you use.

Sufficient video surveillance data storage will determine how many hours of footage you can record. A 2GB SD card won’t be able to hold more than 2 or 4 hours of video in a standard, compressed format, while a 32GB micro-SD card could be more than enough for an entire day of footage.

It all depends on the quality of the video. HD videos are of the highest quality, and 1GB usually stores only up to 11 to 15 minutes of footage. Surveillance cameras use much lower quality recordings, and this allows a small storage capacity of 2GB or 4GB to store several hours of footage.

A small camera placed on your shirt or disguised as a wall clock will need a smaller micro-SD card with smaller storage capacity. Most spy cams work just fine with only 2 to 8GB of space since they aren’t running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you are running CCTV cameras that are never turned off, then you need larger capacities. Here’s where a 16GB to 64GB micro-SD card comes in handy.

SDXC cards are available and can hold up to 2TB of data, but they are expensive and very rarely used in surveillance equipment. A professional video camera SD card is often an SDXC card and is used for filming documentaries and feature films, not for surveillance.

Once you’ve got the storage device you need for the type of camera you have, the next step is buying a card reader. Surveillance cameras record and store the videos, but not all let you watch the recordings. Not all models allow you to sync the device up to your TV or computer with a cable.

All you have to do is take the SD card out of the surveillance camera and insert it into your card reader. Now you can insert it into any USB port in a computer or laptop.

You can transfer the files to other means of video storage such as an external hard drive or even a cloud database. There you can view the footage, copy the data, or edit the data for further investigation and organization.

When you are done, you can delete the file and put the card back in the camera to record new footage. If you manage several CCTV networks, then having the best security video storage solution is paramount to keeping everything recorded in case something does happen.

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