CCTV is an evolving area of surveillance and with this evolution comes many new ways that CCTV cameras can be used. It used to be about security, security and security but you might be surprised how people are using CCTV systems today.
Here are just a few ways that people are using CCTV today:
We’ll start with something that is not a huge step for the imagination, using cameras to watch the local wildlife around your home. Lots of rural areas of the country have their homes visited by hedgehogs, foxes, badgers and more, ever since programmes like Springwatch, people have been installing CCTV systems to monitor their furrier visitors.
Low level cameras, HD cameras and IR cameras are all used by people to watch their local wildlife, whether it’s birds, badgers or bees, people like to observe without interrupting.
Never miss a rare visitor to your garden ever again with some cameras and a recording system.
Whether it’s a wedding, Christmas or a party, you can use a temporary setup of HD quality cameras to record that unique occasion from multiple angles without disrupting the event by hiring a team of videographers to all capture the event from different angles.
Perhaps you are a videographer and are looking for an interesting way to spice up your footage with some other shots and angles, new advances in HD CCTV are the perfect solution for to make that special day that bit more special.
Don’t have a need for access control or a telecom system for your front door but want to know who’s there? Why not used CCTV?
See who’s at the door from anywhere in the building with a simple CCTV installation, no need to mute your music or stay close to the door with a CCTV camera watching the door, work in your garage office with headphones blaring and you can still never miss a visitor ever again.
Or there’s the good old fashioned security issue, make sure your post is never stolen again if your delivery company tends to leave packages by your doors, keep your eye on them and get it all recorded.
These are just some of the reasons people are turning to CCTV, maybe you can come up with your own? For the latest news and discussions like us on Facebook fb.com/EurolinkSec and follow us on Twitter @EurolinkSec.