Pros and Cons of CCTV Camera


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Pros and Cons of CCTV Camera

  1. 1. Pros and Cons of CCTV CameraWhat is CCTV Camera?Closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras can produce images or recordings for surveillancepurposes, and can be either video cameras, or digital stills cameras. Marie Van Brittan Brownwas the inventor of the CCTV camera.Video cameras are either analogue or digital, which means that they work on the basis ofsending analogue or digital signals to a storage device such as a video tape recorder,security dvr recorder or desktop computer or laptop computer. CCTV surveillance systemsreally help people with monitoring and investigating, building a safe environment for thepeople care about.Pros of CCTVThere are many people who believe we can’t have enough CCTV cameras to ensure oursafety;If you have nothing to hide then you have nothing to fear” they will tell you. There are just asmany people who are against the wide-spread use of CCTV and who believe that the use ofsurveillance cameras has now gone too far.CCTV is an active weapon in public safety. Every weekend in the UK, CCTV products directpolice to public disturbances or to help people in distress. They have also helped to preventmore serious crimes by monitoring vulnerable people walking alone late at night who are,unknown to them, being followed. Cases like these, where the police are deployed andpotentially terrible crimes are prevented, help to highlight the use of CCTV security camerasas a wonderful tool and an effective way to protect the public. When it comes to retail lossprevention, CCTV surveillance systems security stands out on top of the list. It really helpsretailers with monitoring & investigating unfaithful employees, trip & fall scams, cashmanagement, inventory, management, robbery etc. For example,mobile digital videorecorder is convenient to use, realizing 24 hours monitoring, anytime and anywhere.Cons of CCTVAlong with the increased amount of cameras in public places, CCTV security cameras arenow being used in the work place to monitor staff. This is to enable management to recordhow long staffs are taking for their breaks and if they are doing anything that could beconsidered inappropriate. This is often seen as an infringement of civil liberties, especially asthere is the possibility that, depending where management place the cameras, they could
  2. 2. abuse their power.The use and prevalence of CCTV is an ongoing debate which will continue to rage as moreand more cameras appear on our streets and in our is a professional high-tech enterprise in vehicle securityproducts in China. We are specialized in R&D, manufacturing and marketing of SD cardMobile DVR, hard drive DVR, 3G/GPS/GPRS/WIFI Mobile DVR, GPS tracker and CCTVcamera.The article is come from: