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Why choose 4K IP security cameras over 1080P?
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This higher level of detail in the picture afforded by a higher pixel count makes 4K security systems ideal for high-traffic areas where detail is crucial in identifying the difference in someone dancing and fighting.
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How to choose right lens for security camera?
Choosing the right lens for a security camera depends on a number of factors such as the distance between the camera and the object to be monitored, the angle of view required, and the level of detail needed. Here are some steps you can follow to help you choose the right lens for your security camera:
Determine the required angle of view: This will depend on the size of the area you want to monitor and the level of detail you need. A wider angle of view will cover more area, but may not provide as much detail. A narrower angle of view will cover less area, but may provide more detail.
Calculate the required focal length: The focal length is the distance between the lens and the image sensor. The required focal length can be calculated using the following formula:
Focal length = Distance to object x Desired image width / Horizontal sensor size
Choose the lens type: Security camera lenses come in different types such as fixed, varifocal, and zoom. Fixed lenses have a set focal length, while varifocal and zoom lenses can be adjusted to change the focal length.
Consider the camera’s sensor size: The sensor size of your camera will affect the focal length of the lens you need. A larger sensor will require a longer focal length to achieve the same angle of view as a smaller sensor.
Take into account lighting conditions: If you are monitoring an area with low light conditions, you may need a lens with a wider aperture to allow more light to reach the sensor.
By considering these factors, you can choose the right lens for your security camera that meets your specific needs. It’s always a good idea to consult with a professional or do some research to ensure you are making the best choice for your specific situation.