2017 CCTV Cameras
Home is where the heart is and where you should feel that you, your family and your belongings are safe at all times, day and night. With car keys, and expensive small items like tablets and mobile phones scattered around, a burglary can be costly; in a study by the Home Office in 2000, it was calculated that the average cost of a burglary was £2,300. With inflation, this now sits at £3,600. Of course, this could be increased further if a burglar steals your car keys and drives off with your vehicle.
In April 2015 and March 2016, there were 375,034 cases of burglary in the UK. With this in mind, you may be looking to protect yourself and your home from this type of crime. Your first steps are to ensure you lock all doors and windows, and make sure there is nothing that can be climbed on to access upper levels of your property.
If you intend to take your home security further, you could try installing home CCTV, such as an IP camera from UMIX. Here is what you need to know and consider before proceeding – and how the safety of your home could benefit.
The benefits of home CCTV:
If you think you’d like to take the next step in home security, it’s worth considering the following points:
- A study by the University of Leicester found that CCTV systems were the single biggest deterrent in pre-planned crime. When burglars are selecting their targets, they are less likely to choose a home with surveillance.
- Burglars are less likely to attempt a burglary in a home where a CCTV warning sign is present; as they know the homeowner is clued up about crime and has taken steps to prevent it – according to the same study.
- The purpose of CCTV is to catch offenders in the act. This increases the chance of apprehension and prosecution, and therefore enhances deterrence. Police stressed the usefulness of community intelligence and public support in catching criminals when two men were arrested in South Gloucestershire after being caught on CCTV earlier this year.
- Further benefits were seen in 2015, with the release of Lisa MacKenzie’s CCTV footage. The recording went viral after she fitted a camera to her property after a break in, and captured a potential intruder trying to enter her home.
Could dummy cameras work?
Dummy cameras could deter some thieves, but they shouldn’t be relied on – and experienced criminals can spot the difference. Plus, one of the benefits of CCTV is capturing the offenders in the act, so you need CCTV that can provide evidence of the crime and its perpetrator.
The law on residential CCTV:
Before you consider installing home CCTV, you need to understand the rules you must adhere to. This will stop you from breaching privacy laws, and allow for a smooth setup and use from the start.
You can install CCTV systems as part of your right to protect your property, but you must do so in a way that reasonably respects the privacy of others. To do this, you must:
- Let your neighbours know that you’re installing a system – send a letter to keep it official.
- Put a notice up to notify people that a CCTV system is in place.
- Give consideration to whether the camera looks into neighbouring properties or public spaces.
You must also regularly delete footage that isn’t essential for the protection of your property. CCTV could well be worth the investment for protection, peace of mind and prevention of losing valuable possessions. With a solid knowledge of CCTV systems, and the laws you must abide to, home CCTV is an excellent choice for your property.
Updated List of 2017 CCTV Cameras
Now Security and surveillance is becoming the major factor at any level from watching your kids and pets to monitor for intruders in your home. To live peaceful and secure your home, the latest CCTV camera are more intelligent and have ability to acknowledge any strange activity with cleared motion picture.
It require minimal installation with flexible setups and wide range of securities. They are all operated by at any place with single touch of an app of mobile.
We have outlined the list and features of the latest 2017 camera:
- Samsung Smart Cam PT:-
- Pan and Tilt Camera
- Detect motion of the moving bodies
- Camera’s lens has a 96-degree field of view
- Tilts on a 155-degrees arc
- Lot of viewing-angle.
- Sound Alerts
- Two way Audio
- Privacy Mode (When you are at home).
- More Expansive than similar pan-and- tilt cameras.
- Reolink Keen (Indoor Security Camera)
- 100% wireless security camera
- Cost is 120$ dollar.
- Wide angle lens with full 1080p HD image sensor inside.
- 355 degrees of Pan around the horizontal and 105 degree vertical tilt.
- It runs completely on battery and connected with a Wi-Fi.
- Wide angle motion sensor.
- Micro-phone built-in and speakers to talk back to people.
- Night vision was sharp with strong contrast.
- No cloud recoding for any event.
- Snapshots are recorded locally to micro SD.
· Nest Cam (Outdoor home security camera)
- Aesthetically and awesome Design.
- Weather proof.
- Flexible and Magnetic mount requires no screw or drilling.
- protected from dust ingress and low-pressure water jets
- Wide angle lens with full 1080p HD image sensor inside.
- 30-degree field of view in both daylight and night-vision modes.
- It can make video up to 1080p (1920 *1080) at 30 frames per second.
- 3 hours of free cloud storage.
- LG Smart Security Wireless Camera
- 130-degree field of view and captures 1080p video
- Two IR LEDs that provide up to 15 feet of night vision
- A strip-thin status LED that changes color to indicate
- Bluetooth pairing
- Wi-Fi connection
- Downloading and installing updates
- Built-in mic and speakers for two-way communication
- To monitor home climate it have temperature and humidity sensor.
- 93dB siren to ward off intruders
- Z-Wave technology for controlling compatible smart devices
- Cost is $199.99
- Can be used with ADT monitoring service