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Delivering the Best DVR Security System Experience with Reliable 24/7 Surveillance Coverage

With a Camius 4K DVR security system, you can rely on continuous 24/7 recording from all connected CVBS, AHD, CVI and TVI cameras. This allows comprehensive coverage of your property whether it is a house or a business. However, you can also further fine-tune your surveillance DVR setup to record at specific intervals to accommodate your schedule.

Remote Monitoring On the Go with the Best CCTV DVR

By upgrading to Camius 4K security camera system, you get remote access and monitoring, meaning you can monitor your property anywhere in the world using a PC, Mac DVR software, or smartphone app. This feature is handy for those who travel frequently or are away from their property for extended periods.

Customizable All Hybrid DVR Solutions to Fit Any Budget

The DVR security system bundles at Camius provide a tailored solution to precisely optimize your security system for home or commercial use. Our pre-configured DVR bundles support flexible setups with 2, 4, 8, or 16 coaxial camera kits. Moreover, you have the flexibility to expand any Camius DVR system to incorporate IP cameras. This ‘all hybrid DVR’ system approach comes with a full suite of features for seamless remote monitoring.

Selecting the best wired security camera system is essential for securing your home or workplace.

Selecting the best wired security camera system is essential for securing your home or workplace. With a DVR system, you can record 24/7 footage and customize recording intervals. Explore our DVR kits for a seamless upgrade to enhanced security. Upgrading to Camius provides remote access and monitoring, allowing you to monitor your property worldwide via a computer, Mac, or smartphone app. This is convenient for frequent travelers or those away from their property for extended periods.

FAQ

  • What is DVR in a camera system?

A DVR (Digital Video Recorder) in a camera system is a device used to record video footage from analog security cameras, centralized viewing and management. It converts the analog signals from these cameras into digital format, compresses the video, and stores it on a hard drive for later review. Camius DVR systems are hybrid, allowing them to function as both traditional DVRs and as NVRs (in XVR mode), making them versatile for various surveillance needs.

  • What is the difference with DVR and NVR?

The key differences between a DVR (Digital Video Recorder) and an NVR (Network Video Recorder) are:

Camera Compatibility: DVR recorders work with analog cameras. Camius DVRs, however, can also support IP cameras when in XVR mode.
NVR recorders with with digital IP cameras.

Connectivity: DVR Uses coaxial cables to connect to cameras, while NVR uses Ethernet cables, often with Power over Ethernet (PoE) to supply power and data through a single cable.

Installation and Flexibility: DVR requires more complex wiring with separate power supplies for cameras. NVR is easier to install with flexible camera placement over a network.

  • What kind of DVR do you need for security cameras?

When choosing a DVR for security cameras, consider the following:

Hybrid Capability: Camius hybrid DVRs can work with both analog and IP cameras, providing flexibility for future upgrades.
Resolution Support: Ensure the DVR supports high-definition video. Camius DVRs support resolutions up to 4K, offering clear and detailed footage.
Number of Channels: Choose a DVR that supports the number of cameras you plan to use. Camius offers DVRs with various channel capacities to suit different needs. You can have 24 cameras added to Camius 16 channel DVRs and 12 cameras – to 8 channel DVRs.
Storage Capacity: Look for DVRs with ample storage or the ability to expand storage, especially if recording high-resolution video. Camius DVRs come with robust storage options.
Features: Consider additional features such as remote access via mobile apps, motion detection, and easy-to-use interfaces. Camius DVRs provide comprehensive software and web browser access.

  • What is the difference between CCTV and DVR?

The terms CCTV (Closed-Circuit Television) and DVR (Digital Video Recorder) refer to different components of a surveillance system:

CCTV: Refers to the overall security system, which includes cameras, monitors, and recording devices. It encompasses both the cameras and the infrastructure needed to transmit and view the video.
DVR: Specifically refers to the recording device within a CCTV system that records the video footage from analog cameras.