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  1. Choosing the Right Megapixel Camera for Security System There is a broad selection of security cameras available in the market. Due to this, it becomes necessary to do some research and choose the best camera for surveillance. Also, megapixels need to be taken into consideration when buying security cameras. Many sales executives make recommendations as to what to expect from a megapixel camera, especially if you are upgrading from an analogue camera. But how do you know how much megapixel will be enough for you? Here are a few things to consider when choosing the right camera for your security system: IP surveillance cameras rely on megapixel resolutions. Megapixel resolutions cannot be used with CCTV analog cameras used in security systems. A megapixel camera provides good quality images as compared to the CCTV cameras. Image quality matters because it helps in deciphering individuals or items in recordings. 1MP and 2MP are the two most common megapixel resolutions. You can also opt for megapixel cameras available with pixel count over 20MP. Resolution of the video will be higher if the megapixel count is higher. It is very important to select the right megapixel IP camera resolution because the requirements change according to the specific surveillance camera needs. For instance, a full frame rate of 30 Frames Per Second is standard with common 1MP and 2MP cameras (also available as 720P and 1080P cameras). You need to plan for lower frames per second for very high megapixel camera counts (5MP and higher). The network usage will also increase because high bandwidth will be required for transmitting information to the camera. Therefore, a clear understanding of the resolution you need is very important before you invest in a camera for the surveillance system. Also, you need to identify the goals you wish to achieve through your megapixel security camera. Ideally, people install these cameras in places where maximum activity occurs. They also install security cameras in places where no activity is expected. According to the experts, it is very important to position cameras for easy monitoring of general areas. If you want the megapixel camera to ensure accurate viewing, make sure it is properly positioned during installation. You can make use of a low megapixel camera for areas where you need general images. This camera can help in capturing the general activities in that particular area. Install a high megapixel camera if you wish to gather specific information about objects or people in a certain frame. For instance, such cameras can be installed at the bank counter, focusing on the customer area of the counter where images can be clearly captured for identification. In case there is a robbery or any illegal activity, high resolution images from the camera will help in identifying the face of the robber. There are many different types of security cameras that can be used for surveillance. For instance, flame proof camera can be used for effective surveillance of chemical sites, food processing plants and oil and gas facilities.