IP Network Cameras


4MP IP Camera

Weatherproof IP66

3.6mm Fixed Wide Lens

Internal POE

100 Foot Night Vision

4MP IP Camera

Weatherproof IP66

2.7-13.5mm Motorized Zoom

Auto Focus

180 Foot Night Vision



IPS-D7060W IPS-D7091W

3MP IP Camera

Weatherproof IP66

2.8mm Wide Lens

STARVIS Low Light Technology

75 Foot Night Vision

4MP IP Camera

Weatherproof IP66

2.8-12mm Vari-Focal Lens

SD Card Recording

100 Foot Night Vision




SMARTCAM HD for your home by Samsung

SMARTCAM HD Pro for your home by Samsung



SNH-V6430BNH XCS7-1001-WHT

SMARTCAM HD by Samsung

IP66 Weatherproof

Memory Card Slot

Simple Home WiFi Security camera



XCS7-1002-WHT XCS7-1003-WHT

Simple Home Pan and Tilt WiFi Security Camera

Simple Home Outdoor WiFi Security Camera



SanDisk 64GB microSDXC SNH-E6440BN
SanDisk 64GB microSDXCSNH-E6440BN

SanDisk 64GB microSDXC Memory Card (Class 10)

SMARTCAM HD for your home by Samsung




Samsung IP SmartCam PET CAM


 Why IP?

Super High Definition
Network cameras can be equipmed with a wide variety of sensors, ranging from VGA resolution, all the way up to Ultra High Definition formats like 4K. High-definition, megapixel resolution images provide detail and zoom capabilities for facial recognition and license plate identification. IP cameras offer the highest resolution of any current surveillance CCTV technology.

There are no limitations on the number of IP cameras implemented, which means that adding cameras is easily done. Even an NVR with limited performance can work with more cameras if their resolution and frame rate is lowered, but upgrading NVRs and switches is a simple swap. If you know you want to add more cameras in the future, get an NVR that can handle them and expanded on your network switch later when you need it.

Network Integration
IP cameras are network devices which means all of their features are integrated into their connection. For inatance, a PTZ IP cameras does not require an RS-485 connection to control its movement, those controls are all integrated into the network connection so they can be accessed through an NVR or directly through the cameras web interface. Additionally, unlike any other type of camera, an IP camera is essentially stand-alone. Meaning they can funtion with no external recording device and some even have built-in storage. If you only need a live view camera, an IP camera is simple to install and access through your browser.

Low Latency
While IP cameras do inherently have some lag, a good network setup can make this latency insignificant. This is why it is important to invest in a high quality network switch.

Cost Effective
Because IP cameras can integrate into your existing network, you can be able to use existing ethernet infrastructure, thus preventing you from having to run as many cables. Additionally, CAT5e and CAT6 cable is inexpensive in bulk and easy to install due to being compact and flexible.