Why do I need Security cameras?
Security cameras are about insurance and prevention. Security cameras are an amazing deterrent tool to stop those with “bad intentions”. With the advancement in technology and changes in our lifestyles, security camera have become a necessity and part of our daily life. Few years ago security cameras were considered a luxury and mainly used by large corporations. However, with the advancement in technology the prices have dropped dramatically and have become an item of commodity. Today all sectors of the community can enjoy the benefits of a security camera system.
You spend thousands on car insurance. Why not pay a portion of that amount for a peace of mind, while protecting what matters most to you – your business and your family.

You can install a security camera system in your place of business to prevent theft, vandalism, burglaries, shoplifting, frivolous claims, lawsuits, sexual harassment and unnecessary workers compensation claims. You can install a security camera system in your home to deter vandals, thieves, and protection from frivolous lawsuits.

Whatever your reasons might be, C&N Connections is here to help you with your surveillance camera and security needs.
Should I Buy a Wired camera or a wireless security camera?

The advantages of a wireless camera are centered on mobility. It can conveniently be installed in those locations where wiring is difficult, it can easily be moved as often as you desire. It does however come with its disadvantages. The video stream may be disturbed or influenced by other objects or other strong radio frequencies. A wired camera is more stable and reliable in this respect. The video/audio transmission is limited within the prescribed transmission range. These disadvantages will not occur to a wired camera system.

What cameras to use for night and low light areas?
There are traditionally speaking 3 main ways to address the above question.
•   Day and Night Function: These cameras record in full colour during the day and automatically switches to black and white, delivering better clarity in light conditions.

•  Infrared (IR) – these cameras have a number of IR LEDs that captures the frequency of the light in a way that the human eye cannot. The number of IR LEDs and the power of each LED will determine the distance/clarity of the captured image at night.

•  Wide dynamic range (WDR): These cameras record greater scene detail, from shadows to highlights than normal. In simplicity these cameras automatically balance the contrasting different areas of the picture, the same way you would change the contrast setting on your tv to achieve better clarity.