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Full HD 1080p Home Security Cameras with Audio Recording

Surveillance cameras with audio recording technology can help you achieve optimal coverage and the level of home security youre seeking. You can mount home security cameras indoors or out and opt for products that stand alone or integrate with your existing surveillance system. Choose from a wide range of advanced features, including night vision, weatherproof options, HD recording, motion-activated response, Wi-Fi support, and much more.

What is a full HD security camera with audio recording?

Security cameras transmit a signal in real-time so that you or even law enforcement can see what is happening as it occurs. Full HD means that the camera is capturing images in 1920 x 1080 resolution. While your average IP camera only records video, these cameras record audio as well and are able to ensure that the audio remains synchronized with the video stream.

Whats the difference between indoor and outdoor cameras?

The difference is all about the environmental conditions. An outdoor security camera has to be weatherproof or at least highly resistant in order to stand up to that wear. Outdoor cameras often have to record in low-light conditions and may even have built-in night vision capabilities. Its not a matter of quality though. Many indoor IP cameras, such as the Nest Cam, can be used for both indoor and outdoor use.

Which features are available on these cameras?

Most IP cameras have the ability to self-calibrate in order to handle environmental changes. These security cameras can have night vision or other low-light functionality, onboard data storage, smart capabilities, Wi-Fi, motion detection, and much more. Some even support two-way audio, which allows these cameras to be used as an intercom if you want to, for instance, answer your front door from your home security system rather than the door itself.

Can the video and audio be accessed in real-time?

Yes. In fact, almost all such security cameras are designed to provide video and audio with minimal latency. The equipment does need to be connected to some type of monitor. Connecting it to a home network where it can be accessed via a local PC is perhaps the simplest configuration. It is also possible to transmit that data via the Internet so that you can access it from a smartphone or other mobile device.

How are video and audio saved and accessed later?

Many of these security cameras have onboard storage where a number of hours of video and audio can be kept. In many cases, you can even download directly from the camera to a USB flash drive or similar device. If your camera is connected to a network, then you can save the video and audio to a local hard drive or even network-attached storage, or you can send it to cloud storage by uploading it via the Internet.

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