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IP Bullet Cameras are network cameras that are bullet-like in shape.
IP cameras are network devices (they have their own network addresses that you can visit) that create digital HD video directly on the camera then stream that video back to a Network Video Recorder (NVR), web browser, or smart phone.
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IP Bullet Cameras are network cameras that are shaped like a shotgun shell or a elongated can of soup.
IP Bullet Cameras easily mount to the side of a wall, just like network dome cameras easily mount from the ceiling. So, if you want to mount a camera to a wall, a bullet network camera is often the way to go. Also, most bullet IP cameras are weatherproof so if you are looking for an Outdoor IP Camera, you are going to be looking at mostly IP bullet cameras. Bullet Cameras are also very adaptable, easily mounted, and as such can easily be repositioned should your security needs change.
Most network bulletcameras are used in warehouses, banks, and outdoor locations.
So what are IP bullet cameras? IP stands for internet protocol. That's right, you can plug these cameras into the Internet and monitor the live video feeds. This technology is becoming very popular. The ability to broadcast video over an Internet feed means you can connect to the IP camera from anywhere in the world. Unlike a website address you can ping a static ip address and depending on the setup of the feed you should connect right away. Of course you have to assign your bullet camera an ip address. No-ip.com is becoming a very popular company to purchase a yearly static ip address from. This is how you are to assign you bullet camera the address it needs to feed on the Internet. But in the case of CCTV setups IP bullet cameras are very easy to setup and offer installers a stress free setup. With ip bullet cameras, you have three pigtail connectors that come from the back of the camera. You have a video bnc connector, power, and RJ45 jack for CAT5 ethernet cable to connect into.
If you are not looking to record, then owning an ip bullet camera is certainly the way to go. Sometimes the need for a security camera stems from a recent event. Depending on the severity of the situation you can integrate an ip bullet camera and avoid dealing with buying a digital video recorder and all the equipment that comes with the recorder. This is very common in residential environments. They make all sort and size of ip bullet cameras. For indoor applications there are many ip bullet cameras for cheap. You can find them start at about $99 and up. All you need is CAT5 cable (the right length of course) and a ethernet port or computer to run the camera into. After purchasing an ip address you can use the camera's firmware to put in the IP address. Virtually for just about a $99 to $115 dollars you can have a hi-resolution camera and video compression where you can watch and learn about what is attacking or putting your home or business at risk.
If you are blue printing your CCTV setup and you are starting to find that you cannot run RG59 cable over distances of 500 feet, the you will like ip bullet cameras. These camera can plug into POE switches or near by ethernet ports. It is great because you can network the security cameras and view them all on monitor with the help of some PC software they are referred to as NVRs. But with a collection of IP address and platform software you can watch all your ip bullet cameras on one screen and monitor live activity. This is a very flexible solution because you can eventually adapt to a PC based dvr solution and record if needed. Software is where the magic happens. But in the case of large commercial environments or corporate complexes it can become difficult to run cable. So if your building or complex uses ethernet POE points, then you can run CAT5 to these locations and not have to worry about the loss of signal for both power and video.
Another great thing about ip bullet cameras is the video compression. Because these cameras are setup to run independent of operating systems, or standalone firmware, they have awesome video codecs embedded into the camera's internal circuitry. This is great because for a low cost, you can experience high quality video. H.264 and MPEG4 are the absolute best video codecs and compression available. This is like seeing in hi-definition. H.264 combines hi-tech chip processing with some small A.I. and software functionality. These two pair to digitize the video and render a higher quality of video captured by a bullet camera's chip-set. The pixels spread across a chip-set, never achieve the right efficiency or quality initially, this is where the codecs come into play. After the image taken by the pixel has been processed, the codecs continue to improve the picture until it is sent to the Internet, DVR, or PC's motherboard for processing. This is how it all works and it is all inside just a camera! IP bullet cameras can offer great solutions to anyone looking for the best quality video for their video surveillance application.