Briefly, what is the difference between Analogue and IP Cameras
Coax Cable for Analogue Cameras
- Analogue: a standard coax wired security camera. Most coax cabled security cameras today are indoor and outdoor and have an infrared cut-filter for night vision. Analogue cameras are in general lower in resolution than IP / Network cameras. Analogue cameras use 75ohm Coax Cable.
Network Cable for IP Cameras
- IP / network: IP (Internet protocol), or network cameras are another option. IP cameras are digital and in general allow for higher resolutions and better quality. These types of cameras have night vision capability and can be streamed across the internet to most devices. IP Cameras use CAT 5/6 Cable