There is no straight answer to this question as it all depends on what you want the surveillance camera to do and what kind of cash you have to spend.
For instance, there are wireless home CCTV systems which are ideal for minimising wires and means that images can be transmitted using analogue or digital technology; there are also night vision cameras which tend to be most effective in low light (perfect if you are in a poorly lit area); and there are also CCTV cameras with motion detection which sense when there is any movement around the property. The latter is one of the dearer options. There are also remote access CCTV cameras, high resolution CCTV cameras and outdoor home CCTV cameras to name but a few.
All the different options have their advantages, but if you are looking to protect your home in the best way possible, you should opt for a set-up that has high image quality and night vision, as these are the two things that will help you to clearly spot intruders. You should also look at things such as recording quality and storage facilities.
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