Security Surveillance Cameras

What type of security surveillance cameras should you use for your facility? What video backup system should you incorporate? The HRCT team has the answers you require.

Security Surveillance Cameras

As Part of its Security and Surveillance Services, HRCT Has a Wide-Range Of Security Cameras to Fit Companies from Small Business to Enterprise-level.

We have the security camera that fits your security needs and budget. Here are just a few of the options and features available: 4 Megapixel High-Resolution cameras, 36x Optical Zoom, indoor cameras, outdoor cameras, CCTV, and Wireless IP. We make all of these options and more available to our Hampton Roads clients.

A CCTV security camera, Closed Circuit TV, is a self-reliant security surveillance system using recorders, cameras, and displays for monitoring activities in a business.

General Types of Security Surveillance Cameras

Dome Camera

Dome Cameras are named for their dome-like shape. Dome cameras are commonly used in surveillance systems inside or outside environments. Dome cameras have many lens options available to focus on exactly where you need it. Cameras have an IR, traditional rings of LEDs for recording in low light.

Bullet Camera

Bullet Cameras or “shoebox” cameras are not as discreet as dome style cameras. Because of its shape and size, this camera has larger zoom capabilities and extended IR (recording in low light)

Mini Dome Camera

Mini Dome Cameras are one of the smallest and most discreet cameras available. These cameras are ideal for small spaces, hallways, or locations in which you want coverage but not an eyesore.

Turret Camera

Turret Cameras, also known as eyeball or flat-faced dome cameras, has a ball and socket design. These cameras also have EXIR, which is an extended IR for helping record in low high.

Fisheye Camera

Fisheye cameras have an ultra-wide-angle lens intended to create a wide panoramic or hemispherical image. Complete 360-degree view of coverage. This can be used to detect activities in a large area.

PTZ Camera

PTZ stands for Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera. PTZs cameras are capable of remote directional and zoom control. They can cover a large field of view offer motion tracking and offer powerful zoom capabilities. With optical zoom capabilities and smart tracking features, this camera allows for greater detail to be collected over expansive areas.

Mini PTZ Dome Camera

The camera offers 4x zoom, and it supports pan and tilt functions. It also features a wide range of functions, including intrusion detection, line crossing detection, and motion detection.

Thermal & Optical Bi-Spectrum Speed Dome Camera

Utilized for perimeter defense and fire-prevention purposes in critical infrastructures such as airports, railways, prisons, power stations, and so on. The pre-alarm system helps you discover unexpected events immediately and protects you from property loss.

Thermal & Optical Bi-Spectrum Camera

These versatile and powerful camera systems feature 384 x 288 resolution thermal imaging cameras with a choice of 25 or 50mm, as well as a 2MP optical camera with matched, fixed field of view lenses, to provide the ultimate in 24/7 video capture for demanding perimeter applications.  (Additional features include temperature on alarm and advanced fire detection. Image enhancement features include defog, high light compensation, and EIS [Electronic Image Stabilization]).

DeepinView Dual-Lens Face Recognition Camera

This camera contains a deep learning algorithm and powerful GPU, which enables instant face detection, capture, and comparison against a library of stored faces. This allows for face recognition and alarm triggering. Widely used in retail industry and security departments, such as hotels, shopping malls, customs, and airports to control some key passageways.

Mini Pinhole & Covert Model Mini Camera

Small network covert cameras.

DarkfighterX Smart Camera

The Darkfighter series ultra-low light smart cameras are able to capture high quality colored images in dim light environments. Smart IR to prevent over-exposure in close distance.

Video Surveillance Management (VMS)

VMS Software is an essential part of any surveillance system. VMS software will allow you to manage cameras from how you view your cameras to how you set up recording them.

Control Client is used for daily monitoring in real-time.

Powerful and easy-to-use, it includes functionalities such as live view and playback, and enables you to tag relevant video clips so that they can be searched, stored, and viewed by trusted parties. Also, with its flexible alarm management interface, operators can easily identify and handle alarm events.

Internet-based Web Client & Mobile App provides accessible management of the system.

This allows you to access the camera’s live view and even playback. You can also configure and manage the system.