The IP cameras from Axis are well known in the industry. They provide a very wide selection of cameras and accessories that can be used in many applications.
Q: What makes the network IP cameras different than a CCTV video camera? Q: How large are the images in Kbytes? Find the answers to these questions plus many more.
Hanwha (used to be Samsung) has a full line of IP megapixel cameras that attach to your network. They have been making quite an impression in the security and surveillance market.
Hikvision is one of the largest manufacturers of CCTV surveillance cameras. Their new IP cameras feature megapixel resolution, wide dynamic range, and remote zoom and autofocus lenses.
We compared the Axis, Canon, Hikvision, and Sony Dome IP cameras against their specifications and the other cameras in the test. We provided pros and cons that separate each camera from the rest.
Before we selected the significant specifications to review in our camera buyer’s guide, we had to consider how the cameras would be used. Of course, this all depends on the objectives of your project.
What is the best IP camera? The real question is what is the best camera for your application. The first thing to do is to define your objectives. This assures that you get the right equipment.
Good indoor IP cameras range in price from under $250 to over $600, while outdoor cameras range in price from $500 to over $1,500.
The IQeye Network Attached IP Camera family consists of a range of cameras featuring Megapixel resolution. With support for up to 5 MP resolution, these advanced cameras provide multiple, individually configured H.264 and simultaneous MJPEG streams.
Panasonic has provided IP cameras that attach to your network for many years. They are a well-known brand that provides excellent quality and performance cameras for surveillance.
Sony provides a range of high-performance IP megapixel box and bullet cameras. They use a large sensor (over 1/3 inch) to provide better low light performance, and improved wide dynamic range (WDR).
Sony’s new generation of IP cameras provides increased functionality and capability. Powered by the latest IPELA ENGINE™ signal processing system, they provide excellent high-resolution images, with very good low light sensitivity and wide dynamic range.
These License Plate Recognition Processing Units support up to four cameras and come with the LPR software. They provide consistent and reliable automated license plate recognition (APLR) results over a wide range of vehicle speeds and lighting conditions.