are increasingly moving away from the analogue to digital age. Advances in image and video processing, emergence of efficient video compression standards and abundance of cheap storage have all contributed to bringing surveillance cameras to the consumer mainstream. As broadband connected homes become the norm, manufacturers of surveillance cameras have been introducing internet enabled webcams. These IP cameras are used to record surveillance videos while also finding application for casual home monitoring, baby monitors etc. Their networked nature enables users to keep track of the video over the Internet (at work and on-the-go). Suitable for Home and workplace security. Some of the features of the Panasonic camera we use: Access your Cameras from anywhere in the world using a computer or mobile phone Receive alerts via email with a picture of what’s just happened so you know if it’s a cat or a cat burglar. Movement sensitive cameras start recording movement is detected. Time delay recording allows the camera to record 5 minutes before the motion is detected Cameras can be installed with the minimum of wiring using your house wiring to carry the signal. No drilling and no unsightly white conduits. Features Video resolution: 1280 x 960, 640 x 480, 320 x 240 (default), 192 x 144 Zoom: 6x zoom (2x Ex zoom, 3x digital zoom) Viewing angle: Horizontal: 174°, vertical: 105° Sensor type: 1/3 inch MOS sensor, approx. 1.3 Mp The best traditional CCTV cameras have a maximum picture quality of about 0.4 megapixels, for this reason above all others IP CCTV is the future of CCTV.