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  • IR


      Many specifications in a camera use 'IR' but what is this? IR stands for Infra-red Light. This light is invisible to the eye. It has low frequency and wavelengths longer than 700 nm. It is used in CCTV cameras to record images in the dark. The camera emits this light and records the reflected light determining the distance at which an object is. Normally, a camera operates on normal colour during the day when there is sufficient light, but at night or when there is low light, the IR sensitivity needs to be high. 

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  • 3 Positioning tips for a fisheye camera


      Right positioning and placement of a fisheye camera ensure a circumspect coverage of your offices and places of business. It helps in providing a comprehensive surveillance of a given room or space. Advik is a leading security camera manufacturer in India and today, we’ll share tips to make the most of your CCTV camera in this article. Take note of these 3 tips when positioning and in the placement of your camera to reduce the loss of image quality due to warping. 1. Avoid Corners: The coverage area and field of view of a fisheye camera is circular. Placing it in a corner greatly reduces this cover

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  • Public support for surveillance cameras


        Hyderabad – In a public initiative, residents of Karimnagar came forward to instal 120 CCTV cameras in their Division. Many contributed amounts anywhere between Rs. 2,000 to Rs. 1.5 lakhs. This move was inspired by the successful capture of a 60 year old burglar who stole 14 laptops from buses. Credits:

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  • Is your CCTV Camera losing focus? Check out this simple trick.


      With advance in technology, our surveillance and CCTV cameras have evolved to offer better image and video clarity. Modifications and features designed to allow us greater flexibility and functions in terms of where to mount the CCTV camera and how to use it. However, all this advancement has created a new problem. The video footage shows that the camera loses focus at different times of the day. The most common example of this is the peculiar case of a blurry footage you observe in the evening, right before you close the office for the day. However, when you open for work the following day, you get a sharp and

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  • CCTV footage provides evidence to capture killers of stray dog


      Mumbai – Social Activists collected evidence by way of CCTV footage to help identify and capture the heartless killers of a stray dog. The outraged animal lovers shared these clips from the footage to create social awareness. Credits:

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  • Auto-Iris Lens


      This is a type of lens whose aperture automatically adjusts, i.e opens and closes, in reaction to the lighting. It maintains optimum light to ensure there is proper exposure in the video footage such that the video does not appear washed out or very dark. Security cameras with the auto iris feature are equipped with the ability to compensate for any variations in the light levels, which is particularly useful. This allows for security cameras that are placed outdoors or in an area exposed to high light to adjust accordingly from the aperture in bright sunlight to that in darkness or at night. The circuit of the aut

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  • How to Choose a Fisheye Camera


      When buying a fisheye camera, you need to ensure you get a high quality camera for great image and video quality. Advik is a leading CCTV camera manufacturer in India with 360 degree revolutionary and panorama fisheye cameras. In this article, we’ll guide you on how to choose the best fisheye camera to suit your needs. 1. The mega pixels of the camera are very critical. Since the fisheye lens is round and the camera sensors are square or rectangular, it is important to opt a camera with about 4 mega pixels. This is because there is high pixel loss even in dewarping the image. 2. Another

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  • CCTV Footage Helps Catch Burglar


      Pune – Samath police used CCTV footage to arrest a man involved in at least 10 recent burglaries in various parts of the city. Credits:

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  • Where to place CCTV


      A well-placed camera can help you not only identify intruders but also deter criminals. A camera placed in a wrong area will make your security system vulnerable. For home owners, the optimal areas to install security cameras are the all doors (front door, back door, garage, and side door) and spots that cover the windows especially all on the first floor.  All outdoor cameras should be weatherproof and have night vision to ensure a strong security system and all around protection. The placing of your camera is dependent on what type of camera it is. Cameras with a focus range of approximately 45 to 75 deg

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  • How to Select the Best CCTV


      Today, CCTVs are an essential part of any security surveillance system. But how to decide what CCTV is best suited to your needs? We bring you buying tips to help you select the best CCTV with high quality surveillance footage, whether you are looking for a security camera for your business or your home. First, determine the coverage area and target distance by surveying and simple observation of the particular area to be covered. You know the famous phrase ‘think like a criminal’ so go ahead and think from the perspective of a thief. What areas are more vulnerable? What areas need multiple angles of

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