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Outdoor surveillance camera systems are designed to withstand harsh weather elements such as rain, snow, and sleet for 24-7 monitoring of outdoor properties.

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Surveillance Systems offers a wide spectrum of outdoor security cameras that are fully designed to provide reliable surveillance coverage for your commercial or residential property. It’s just as important to protect the exterior of your home or business as it is indoors. Would-be vandals and thieves who see outdoor surveillance cameras at ingress and egress points may be that much more hesitant to commit a crime if they know their actions will be recorded. Installing one or more security camera outdoors ensures that any suspicious activity that does occur on the perimeter of your property will be recorded and archived. Outdoor surveillance cameras also help you keep track of who enters and exits your building or walks onto your property. The advent of cloud surveillance allows you to remotely view your outdoor security cameras so you can keep a watchful eye on your property while you’re off-site. This is especially convenient when you’re running errands, are on a business trip, or are vacationing.

Unique to outdoor security cameras, is their ability to protect the camera lens from solid objects and liquid such as rain and dust. Outdoor surveillance cameras are housed in incredibly sturdy enclosures that act as a shield against harsh weather elements. One of the hallmarks of a true outdoor camera is an IP66 rating. The “IP” stands for “Ingress Protection.” The first six listed after “IP” means that the camera is dust-tight so no dust can get inside of the enclosure and destruct the lens. The second six indicates that the camera is protected against heavy seas or water ejected from jets. This is a key feature for utmost outdoor protection. Make sure to look for this rating when you select a weather-proof security camera.

Now that you’ve decided to invest in outdoor security cameras, you’ll want to carefully research the various types of outdoor camera models and features. and its in-house team of IP video experts will work with you to determine which outdoor surveillance camera is right for you. Here is a preview of some of the outdoor security camera types to choose from:

Bullet Outdoor Security Cameras - Bullet outdoor surveillance cameras have a distinct cylinder shape that makes them stand out. Because of their robust design and shape, bullet cameras are typically best suited for outdoor locations. This particular design can also help ward off thieves and vandals, as their presence alone informs them that they’re under surveillance.

Dome Outdoor Security Cameras - Dome surveillance cameras have a more discreet appearance than bullets, and tend to blend in well with their surroundings. Marked by their curvaceous design, dome security cameras are harder to see or recognize than bullet outdoor security cameras. Onlookers can easily mistake dome outdoor security cameras for outdoor lights due to their similar size and shape. Because they can be more difficult to spot, they’re less likely to be tampered with or vandalized by criminals. Yet on the other hand, they not have the same deterring power as bullet outdoor security cameras. This is a big decision that should be discussed in greater detail with an IP video expert at

Mini Dome Outdoor Security Cameras - Similar to dome security cameras, mini domes have a rounded, more obscure design that makes them less visible to passersby. Their “mini” size denotes that they’re incredibly small and lightweight. In fact, many mini domes are palm-sized, making them easy to mount and install. Despite their weight and size, these cameras can prove to be exceedingly tough and impervious to even the harshest climates.

Wireless Outdoor Security Cameras - Wireless outdoor security cameras work wonderfully in remote outdoor environments such as barns, ranches, and multi-building operations like campuses. To facilitate network connectivity to wireless outdoor security cameras, you’ll need a wireless transceiver and link as well as an omni-directional antenna. To learn more about wireless video surveillance, please contact one of our wireless specialists at, who can help you determine if this is the right choice for your application. Our wireless outdoor security camera systems come with the necessary supplies needed for dependable surveillance coverage.

Now that you have a better idea as to what styles of outdoor security cameras there are, it’s also good to know about additional accessories that can improve the performance of your outdoor surveillance camera. Let’s take a look at a few:

Heater - Heaters protect your outdoor security camera in extremely cold climates. While many outdoor security cameras can last in freezing temperatures, heaters make it possible for the camera to survive even colder temperatures. If you do decide to purchase an outdoor security camera with a heater, be prepared to have access to an additional AC/DC power source as these gadgets need this type of power to function.

Fan - Like a heater, a fan serves to protect your camera in extreme temperatures. The main difference is that the fan is designed to keep your camera from over-heating in remarkably hot temperatures. Again, these accessories require the use of AC/DC power to operate.

Remember the importance of protecting both the inside and outside of your property, whether it’s a home or a business. By choosing only to protect your building from the inside, you become that more vulnerable to outside threats. Here at, we want to ensure you have the right security measures in place to protect all of your assets, and one of the first steps in doing that is to place outdoor security cameras on the perimeter of your property to prevent vandals and thieves from getting in. Learn more about outdoor video surveillance by contacting us today.

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