After reading the above description, readers should have a general knowledge: wireless spy camera can connect to IP networking, but analog cameras cannot. However, this is just the basic understanding. Analog cameras and network cameras have the following seven differences:
1) Articulation. To see a clearer image is every user’s dream, and also the security industry’s ultimate mission. However, the articulation of network cameras and analog cameras are different.
Network Camera: currently, the output image can reach one million, two million, five million or ten million pixels.
Analog camera: Currently, analog cameras can only use CIF, D1 to output image.
2) Monitor management. Network Camera Built-WEB can use a standard WEB browser PC to manage and view images. Meanwhile, wireless spy cameras can also achieve remote management and image viewing, and hard disk storage, which is easy to search and store, and the images will not be destroyed.
Analog cameras have a relatively closed system, only can allow internal monitoring, not remote monitoring. Video data can only be stored in local disc, cannot be remotely viewed, and the images are likely to be destroyed be criminals.
3) Integration. Network Camera Built-in operating system can use a standard WEB browser PC to manage and view images, and can be shared on multi-screen management software. It can be monitored by multiple channels with no restrict. And there is no additional hardware cost.