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Video Recording

Even if your home has the best security cameras in the world, they are pretty useless if not connected to a good video recording device. A DVR, or digital video recorder, is the crux of a surveillance system. You have to get the best security DVR for home use that you can find. If operating an office, store, or shop, you need this kind of setup, too.

Surveillance cameras are great for securing commercial or private property. They do not just help you guard against thieves. They also let you monitor your employees in the workplace or family members at home.

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Home security DVR recorders are essential to defense. If they are embedded DVRs, all their functions are embedded in chips so there is no need to install drivers or have computers operate them. They do not only record video, either. They allow remote surveillance from any location in the world.

A CCTV DVR for remote viewing can feed video anywhere you have Internet access. You can either view live action or watch video recordings on your computer or smartphone. Being able to monitor your property from anywhere on most types of portable gadgets with Internet connectivity 24/7 will surely give you peace of mind.

This cutting-edge technology can be accessed easily even by first-time users. If you want the best small business security DVR for your office or shop, get an embedded DVR.

If a burglar breaks into your home or store and steals your things, a DVR will record video proof of the crime and will not let the criminal get away with it. The DVR will also let you see if a babysitter is really doing their job instead of just watching TV.

Equipping your house, office, or shop with surveillance hardware also helps deter thieves. Just the sight of security cameras often discourages burglars and makes them look for easier pickings elsewhere.

There are several types of DVRs to choose from. There are 4-channel, 8-channel and 16-channel DVRs. The number of channels indicates up to how many cameras a DVR can take. There are models with a hard drive or without, and in standard or high definition. DIY enthusiasts can install their own choice of hard drive and even assemble their own surveillance system easily.

HD DVRs record high-definition 1080p video, which means its resolution is 1920x1080. This lets you see every detail, which means better security. Many use H.264 file compression to save on hard drive space while maintaining superior image quality.

These digital video recorders have real-time recording, offer USB backup, and are easily restored and powered on in case of a power failure. Many feature motion-activated recording, which saves on precious storage space and makes searching for recorded action easy.

From the affordable 4-channel models to the highest-spec variants, there is a DVR to suit every security requirement and budget. You can purchase your security systems DVR wholesale at friendly bulk prices. And reselling DVRs and other security equipment sourced this way is a great way to do business from home.