Norwood, Ohio Security Cameras
Experienced Local Camera Specialists
Norwood is one of our top local service areas in the Greater Cincinnati area. A resident of Norwood has a 1 in 20 chance of becoming a victim of property crime, and a 1 in 382 chance of becoming a victim of violent crime. If you are a local government official, business owner, educational instituion superintendent or principal, or just a homeowner looking to protect your property, deter crime, or capture evidence, we have the security and access control systems to suit your security needs.Get A Norwood, Ohio Security Camera Quote
Featured Products from Geovision
5MP Low Lux IP Rugged Fisheye Camera
Capable of day and night recording, this outdoor fisheye camera allows you to monitor all angles of a location. Able to be mounted to the ceiling, wall, wall corner, or pole, this camera also supports the H.265 video codec to achieve better compression ratios, while at the same time maintaining high video quality.
Geovision fisheye cameras selling for $300 and up
Geovision UVS NVR Cube
Featuring up to an Intel Core i7 processor, this hot-swap capable system supports up to 32 IP Camera channels. With a built-in HDMI port on the system, you'll also be able to display your video footage in High Definition.
Geovision NVRs starting at $500 and up
2MP H.264 Camera Reader Controller
With a 2MP camera built in, this keycard reader is used for access control. With just the push of a button, the connected app on your phone will alert you of someone needing access. This allows entry to an area remotely, reducing the need for on-site staff.
Geovision keycard readers priced at under $200
Security Camera Features
When you get a security camera system from us, you will also receive an app that gives you access to view your cameras wherever and whenever as long as you're viewing device is connected to the internet. Plus, there are no recurring or additional charges!
Some Norwood businesses can be quite large meaning they require multiple cameras to make certain that every angle and region of your property is covered. Centralized management grants more efficient control of your system by giving you the power to control and monitor all your cameras from a single interface.
Due to many businesses being open 24 hours a day, having a security camera system with infrared cameras is key in protecting your business during both night and day. Infrared cameras illuminate the area they're monitoring so footage can be captured no matter what lighting is present.
Featured Products from Uniview
4K Panoramic 180°, TDN, WDR, IR, StarView Bullet Camera
Featuring exceptional video quality (4K, 8MP, 4096 x 1800 Resolution @ 30fps), this bullet camera from Uniview also boasts powerful, smart IR LED lights for night time operation. StarView illumination technology provides a crisp color image, up to 0.001 Lux (F1.8).
Uniview Starview cameras available for $200 and up
2MP WDR Starlight AF Network IR Bullet Camera
With Starlight Illumination technology and up to 120dB WDR (Wide Dynamic Range), this bullet camera from Uniview offers optimal functionality, during the day or night. A prime choice for license plate recognition, this camera also supports Ultra 265, H.265, H.264, and MJPEG compression.
Professional grade Uniview bullet cameras starting at $225
2MP 30x IR Network PTZ Dome Camera
A high quality Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) camera at an affordable price. Featuring a 30X optical zoom, a smart IR, and fast, accurate focusing, this camera provides a beautiful 1080p image, and can be mounted in a wide variety of configurations.
PTZ cameras from Uniview starting under $400
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Security Cameras, Access Control & Installation in Ohio
Our IP security camera systems help federal, state, and municipal government agencies in Ohio and monitor their vital infrastructure as well as remote locations. From city parks, police interrogation rooms, libraries, etc, we offer government agencies the most cost effective and advanced IP surveillance systems available today.
Video surveillance is the perfect tool for Ohio business owners and managers to better manage their business. Security cameras installed in your business can provide critical video resources to monitor employee and customer theft, false workers compensation claims, inventory control etc.
Security camera systems in schools are now critical to help protect the most valuable and cherished among us, our children. State of the art IP surveillance systems can be quickly deployed to protect Ohio educational facilities ranging from smaller day cares or elementary schools, to large high school and college campuses.
Professional grade video surveillance in residential environments is now possible with easy to install high resolution IP cameras at affordable prices never before imagined. Homeowners in Ohio looking for a serious security camera solution can count on our turnkey service for the complete sales, installation, and service experience.Learn more
Security Camera Applications
Site monitoring for security purposes is what most people think of when they think of security cameras, and is indeed a very common application for our products. Business security camera installations can act as a deterrent for criminal activity, and video footage can be a valuable aid for criminal investigation.Learn More
Performance Review and Management Aid
Camera footage of the work centers, parking lots, and time clock stations at your operation can be used for process improvement and as a management aid to ensure that operational procedures and standards are being followed, and that workers are accountable for being at work during scheduled hours.
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Content for Training and Promotion
Time lapse footage of events, such as installation of a new machine or reorganization of your business, can be used as a training aid as well as content for marketing and promotion. Demonstrating your dedication to continuous improvement can inject a lot of enthusiasm within your operation, and bring outside attention to your company's efforts.Get A Quote
Free Remote Lifetime Camera System Health Check
To help keep our Norwood clients safe and protected, all security camera systems sold by Camera Security Now come with a free, remote, monthly system health checkup for the lifespan of the camera system (restrictions may apply). Our goal is to help make sure your cameras will be online when you need them the most. With our Free System Health Check, a qualified technician will:
- Perform an NVR hard drive health check
- Ensure cameras are recording per their schedule
- Ensure that the correct time and date stamp is set
- Verify camera lenses are focused and adjusted properly
- Verify cameras are aligned and have not been knocked off their proper view
- Verify any pan, tilt, and zoom functions are working correctly
A thorough report outlining any problems detected will be provided to our clients at no cost.
Issues can be resolved by our clients or by a qualified technician from CameraSecurityNow (standard labor rates will apply).
Ask your sales representative about our Pro System Health Check Plans for even more protection.
Top Tier Service
Over 30 Years Of Experience in Norwood, Ohio
Camera Security Now has a network of technicians who can service the Norwood area and we value customer service above all else.
We can provide an estimate for hardware after a brief consultation over the phone or email. For an installation estimate, we require a site visit. We happily include this for customers local to Norwood!
Many business owners choose to install their own systems, and we can provide any technical support necessary to get your system up and running to your satisfaction.
Our technicians are capable of handling your security system installation from start to finish if you need help with the setup, and after the installation is completed our equipment and installation are backed up with a warranty and our premium customer support.
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Examples From Customers
Raw Material Storage - Security Camera
"We have a small manufacturing business. I understand why some companies would buy a security camera system to prevent employee theft but our employees were not the problem at all. We simply had a problem with thieves stealing our raw materials, mostly the copper that we store in a fenced area on the back side of our business. After we mounted four, what I would call full size cameras, on the back side of the building we have not had another problem. Our fingers are crossed that we don't have any more problems. But if we do, at least we will have something to turn over to the police."
- Michael, Hamilton, Ohio
Waiting Room - Security Camera
"My wife and I run a small Dental Laboratory in Dayton, Ohio. We have very few if any walk-in visitors, but we do have a small waiting room. Since we seldom have anyone sitting at the window we decided to install a four-camera security system and, of course, put one camera watching the front door and our small waiting area. Now, whenever someone is in the room I can see them from my desk in the back as I simply launch a web browser that logs into my camera system for a live view. We also went ahead and put a camera on the back door and two more to watch the benches where my technicians work."
- Ron, Dayton, Ohio
Back Porch - 3MP IP Security Camera
"We live in a nice neighborhood, but over the years the adjoining neighborhoods have really started to decline. After our second break-in in two months, we knew we had to do something. It's been over a year now and we've not had another problem. Perhaps it's because we put so many cameras up along with the yard signs that say "Camera Security Now", which you can't help but notice. But whatever the reason, we now have total coverage of our yard and doors. It's a great feeling knowing that if anything happens we'll least be able to see it on video and have something to turn over to the police."
- Brandon, Mason, Ohio
Point of Sale - Security Camera
"We wanted a security camera that monitored our point of sale area for our repair shop. We weren't concerned with employees stealing as much as we were concerned with them not properly charging for our services. The security cameras helped us nip these transactional problems in the bud and have helped us better train our employees on the correct procedures."
- Chloe, Cincinnati, Ohio
Parking Lot - Security Camera
"We have several employees who leave the office after dark and we wanted to have some security cameras around the parking lot for their safety. Besides being used as a deterrent, the cameras came in handy when one of our employees cars was hit in the parking lot. They were able to use the surveillance footage off our system to file their insurance claim."
- Carl, Middletown, Ohio
Store - 3MP IP Security Camera
"My family owns a small tool rental shop and on more than one occassion our equipment has not been returned. After getting our system installed by Camera Security Now, everyone who comes in the store can see we have amazingly clear video of them, their transaction, and even the car they were driving. This one small investment has made a world of difference in our equipment loss rate."
- Joseph, Eaton, Ohio
To determine what cameras are best for our Norwood clients application we start by finding out what's important to our clients. That information, along with the environment the cameras will be installed in, and any budget constraints, help guide our consultants to recommend the best video surveillance possible.
You can use your computer, laptop, cell phone, or other mobile device to remotely view your Norwood camera system. Internet access is required where the security cameras are installed and the site where remote viewing is desired.
A security camera whose resolution is 720p (1280×720) could, in certain situations, be "good enough" for a large workspace given that the image it provides meets it's intended need. For example, in a Norwood scrap yard using security cameras to watch various collections of scrap metal, a 720p camera would be more than capable of telling you if a certain pile of scraps were full, or empty, even at 100 feet away. However, it would be inadequate if the need were to capture the company name or logo on the side of a truck at that same distance. Pro Tip - 720p security cameras are all but obsolete with most entry-level cameras today starting at 1920 x 1080. Don't be fooled, there would be no reason to buy such old technology.
You can get a quote by calling to speak with one of our security experts directly (800-440-1662) or you can request a quote online
Yes, Camera Security Now has trained technicians around the Norwood area, as well as many other areas in the United States, to setup and install serveillance systems wherever they are needed.
The ability to watch any security camera, live or pre-recorded, can only be done in two ways, by having physical access to the camera system or by having remote access through the internet. Given that you have physically secured the Network Video Recorder (NVR) then you simply need to change the password for the remote access to be secure as well. Keep in mind you may or may not want to allow your security camera installers to have a password for remote access so they can aid with technical issues.
When video from a security camera is stored on the hard drive of a Network Video Recorder (NVR) it is always compressed. The effectiveness of that compression determines the amount of video the hard drive can store before it becomes full and the older video then is overwritten. This relationship determines the "retention period", usually expressed in days of video, of an NVR system. The current and most effective compression algorithm is H.265. The most compact way to store your footage be sure to use both security cameras and an NVR that support H.265 compression.
Certain security cameras do better in certain environments than others, in Norwood, you might need a certain camera to cope with the weather or heat. Also make sure you choose the right camera for the right job you need to first look at your expectations and then your budget. With security cameras, you're free to choose the best features and capabilities that today's best technology can offer. The catch is, the cameras will be priced accordingly. For example, it's not reasonable to expect an entry-level camera to survive long in an environment that's constantly exposed to a hot dusty environment nor is it reasonable to expect it will give a good picture at 7:00 am if it's facing directly into the rising sun. However, once you understand the environment and the expectations, it's always possible to choose a security camera that will do better than another, given it's within your budget. Pro Tip - If after discussing your expectations a security camera asks about your budget, give them an honest answer, as an honest company will use that information to get you the best camera possible within that constraint.
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Security Cameras for Norwood Businesses
Need a security camera system for your business in Norwood? We can help provide camera systems to keep local businesses in Norwood safe.
Whatever you need to keep an eye on, our experienced security consultants can get the perfect camera security system for all your security needs!
Camerasecuritynow also offers professional camera installation from start to finish for businesses in all industries in Ohio.
Here is a quick list of a few of the many Norwood industries we provide camera and video equipment for. Some of these industries included are:
We specialize in state of the art security cameras and video surveillance systems to businesses nationwide. For a full list of the industries we serve, please click here.