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Interesting Fact about Video Surveillance Technology

Did you know that photos/videos of various insects or dust can take up a significant amount of space in computer memory? Surveillance cameras, upon detecting motion, transmit video signals to server memory. This not only depletes memory resources but can also prolong the time spent searching for the right frame. Additionally, various cameras without sufficient lighting, especially at night or in adverse weather conditions, may struggle to differentiate between significant motion and simple dust particles.

Today's technologies, such as infrared (IR) external illuminators, not only enhance the camera's field of view but also remove debris from the video, thereby increasing security and reducing time spent. Such an approach to video surveillance not only improves the visual spectrum but also contributes to the more effective implementation of security measures.


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