While wireless cameras do have their benefits, including ease of installation and flexibility, we recommend wired security camera systems for most cases due to their reliability and security. That being said, whichever camera you choose is going to depend on your personal security needs.
Security cameras, also known as CCTV cameras, are used to convey signals from one particular place to a monitor situated at a distance, whereas surveillance cameras normally work on IP networks which link the camera from the remote area to the assigned security location.
Many companies require you to pay an extra fee to store all the video footage via a monthly or yearly subscription. However, not all security cameras need you to pay a fee.
Recording Quality: When NVR systems are functioning properly they provide for much higher quality footage than a DVR system. Because of the nature of the NVR, you can enjoy the high-resolution videos and crystal clear images that older cameras and analog systems simply cannot capture.
When wiring up an IP camera, or any other IP device for that matter, you must use a CAT 5 data cable containing 4 pairs of wires. Each pair consists of a solid coloured wire and a strip of the same colour on a white background.