Learn How To Choose The Right Camera

Author: John Honovich, Published on Dec 03, 2014

There's more than 40 criteria that impact choosing the right camera.

This special live webinar was held on Thursday Dec 4th at 11am ET / 16:00 UTC, IPVM taught how to do so and find the right cameras for you live.

We will explain how to choose from:

  • Resolution
  • CODECs
  • Frame Rate
  • Form Factors
  • Camera Types
  • Price
  • IP Ratings
  • IK Ratings
  • Warranty Periods
  • Operating Temperature
  • Wireless
  • Lens Type
  • AoV Range
  • Auto Focus
  • Iris Type
  • Panoramic
  • WDR
  • Imager Size
  • Imager Type
  • D/N
  • Integrated IR
  • Minimum Illumination
  • ONVIF
  • SNMP
  • Audio
  • On-Board Storage
  • PTZ
  • Zoom Ranges
  • PoE
  • Low Voltage Power
  • Power Consumption
  • I/O
  • And many more

You will come away far more confident and capable of picking the right camera.

Plus we will show you how to instantly get a list of exact matches for your needs, using IPVM's industry leading Camera Finder.\

Recorded Webinar

Feel free to watch the recorded version, though it's far more interesting live when you can ask questions and get immediate feedback:

We will do another live session in Janauary.

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