The Full HD security cameras transmit the video images with a resolution of 1080P, so that very sharp images can be recorded. Sitcon's Full HD security cameras have a 2 MP Sony lens and film at 1920 x 1080 pixels, which distinguishes these Full HD security cameras from normal HD security cameras, which only have up to 720P HD-ready resolution. A Full HD security camera nowadays stands for the standard to which resolution security cameras must have in order to show an acceptable image. Below the resolution, the recorded camera images are often perceived as not being sharp.
What different types of Full HD security cameras are there?
The Full HD security cameras can be purchased in different variants. There are wireless camera models that work on Wi-Fi or other wireless technology and wired Full HD camera systems that work with a recorder as the central point of the Full HD security camera system.
Wired Full HD cameras
The wired Full HD security system is the most reliable camera system available. This is because, as the name implies, with the Full HD security cameras, the image transfer is via a cable, which is always more stable, regardless of the wireless technology used.
Wireless Full HD cameras
The most famous wireless Full HD security camera is the Wi-Fi camera. These models are offered in both indoor and outdoor versions and use the available Wi-Fi network to transmit the images. In addition, there are also wireless Full HD security cameras with a receiver, where wireless RF technology is used.
Connect wired Full HD camera
The Full HD surveillance cameras must be connected to an HD recorder with a UTP or RJ95 Coax cable. The recorder contains a hard disk on which the images are stored. It is also possible to display the images directly by connecting a monitor or TV to the HDMI output of the HD recorder, but it is also possible to do this via another computer or smartphone such as iPhone.
Connect wireless Full HD camera
A wireless Full HD security camera usually uses a Wi-Fi connection. You set up the Wi-Fi Full HD camera directly via the App on your smartphone and let it connect to the existing Wi-Fi network. You can then access the wireless Full HD camera from any location where you have internet on your smartphone.
Full-HD vs 4K security camera
There is a big difference between Ultra HD and Full HD. This difference is clearly visible on a large screen and Ultra HD images are also significantly sharper on a smaller screen. A Full HD security camera is not necessarily worse. You can take excellent pictures in clear weather or with sufficient light. By the way, did you know that the 'p' in 1080p stands for 'progressive'? This means that all 1080 lines are refreshed separately from top to bottom. This gives better image quality than 1080i.
Which Full-HD camera models are there?
A Full HD security camera is available in a large number of models, each with their own unique features. There are of course Full HD security cameras that are not waterproof and therefore not suitable for outdoor use, but there can also be a lot of difference in the form and functionality. We have listed the most common Full HD cameras below.
Dome Full HD camera
This is the most common variant where the caera has the appearance of a sphere. Due to the relatively compact size and the associated wide applicability, this is the most popular Full HD camera model.
Bullet Full HD camera
A Bullet model is elongated and is mainly used on slabs where a long view is required.
PTZ Full HD camera
A PTZ model can tilt and rotate and therefore monitor a larger area than a camera that is focused on a certain point.
Buying a Full-HD security camera?
If you are considering buying a Ful HD security camera, we can actually advise you to visit our showroom to see the different models in real life and to compare them directly. This can of course also be done remotely via telephone or e-mail. An advisor will be happy to go through the options with you via the website so that you can make the best purchase.