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What Each Home Security Camera Type Does Best


Find the Best Cameras for 24/7 Peace of Mind 

There’s lots of advice out there about home security cameras: Don’t install cameras too low to the ground. Make sure you cover all entrances and corners of the house. Set up enough cameras for different viewing angles. 

But what types of security cameras should you use at home? Not all cameras are built alike, and the ones you choose could affect your system’s performance.

Read on to learn the strengths of various camera types to help decide which are best for your smart security system. We’re a home technology installer based in the University Park, TX area, and if you’d like to learn more, subscribe to our monthly newsletter here


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