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Security camera systems are designed to monitor and record activities in both residential and commercial environments. They typically consist of cameras, a digital video recorder (DVR) or network video recorder (NVR), and may include additional accessories like cables and power supplies.

Here are some common features and components you might find in security camera systems:

Cameras: There are various types of security cameras available, such as dome cameras, bullet cameras, PTZ cameras (pan-tilt-zoom), and more. They capture video footage and transmit it to the recording device.

DVR/NVR: The digital video recorder (DVR) or network video recorder (NVR) is the central unit that records and stores the video footage captured by the cameras. DVRs are typically used with analog cameras, while NVRs are used with IP cameras.

Resolution: Cameras come in different resolution options, such as standard definition (SD), high definition (HD), Full HD (FHD), or even ultra-high definition (UHD) for sharper and clearer video quality.

Night Vision: Many security cameras are equipped with infrared (IR) LEDs that provide night vision capabilities, allowing them to capture video in low-light or no-light conditions.

Motion Detection: This feature enables cameras to detect movement within their field of view and trigger recording or alerts. It can help conserve storage space and draw attention to potential security breaches.

Remote Access: Some security camera systems offer remote access capabilities, allowing you to view live or recorded footage from anywhere using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.

Storage: The DVR or NVR usually has internal storage, and some systems allow for additional storage expansion through external hard drives or cloud storage services.