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Why You Need the New HD Night Color Home Surveillance Cameras


HD Night Color cameras better protect your home

Color is an integral part of our everyday life. It is challenging to watch black and white movies because we have become accustomed to color. When it comes to security, color can make the difference between catching a suspect or not.

That’s why once you adjust to night color home surveillance cameras, you will not want to go back to black and white. In this article, learn why newly created HD Night Color cameras are the best choice for your home security.

See Also: Why A Professional Home Security System Always Outperforms DIY


How these Home Surveillance Cameras are Different

HD night color cameras work differently than traditional black and white security cameras. Traditional security cameras automatically switch to black and white when it becomes dark. The image sensors in HD night color cameras absorb more visible light than black and white cameras, allowing them to continue to capture in color even in dim lighting settings. It is important to note that HD night color cameras do not work in complete darkness. They still require some ambient lighting, such as a streetlight or a porch light, to capture color.


The Benefits of HD Night Color Cameras

Why should you consider adding HD night cameras to your surveillance systems? Along with color, these are the features that make these cameras the best option when securing your home.

Image Quality: The image quality of HD night color cameras is higher than standard home surveillance cameras because there is better contrast. This allows for more detail to show through on the image, which can be critical in identifying suspects or other potential threats to security.

Affordability: HD night color cameras don’t have to break the bank. There are several affordable models, such as the Reolink Argus 2, that provide enhanced color images for all your professional security needs.

Color: The most apparent advantage of a color security camera is the color itself. Color is an essential factor in recognition. Black and white images can be grainy and difficult to perceive. With color, you can better recognize images and therefore give better descriptions to investigators should anything occur. For example, a white Toyota Prius is a better description than just a Toyota Prius.

It is important to remember that you do need some lighting for your home surveillance camera to work. Consider installing a camera near a streetlight or porchlight to integrate the camera into your security system naturally. If there isn't any lighting around, we offer outdoor lighting options as well to better protect your home.


Are you interested in installing an HD night color camera as your home surveillance camera? Trust a local Las Vegas company like Eagle Sentry with your security monitoring. Contact us or give us a call today.

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