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While CCTV has been around for many years, technology is constantly evolving. New advances in cameras and software have made it possible to record clearer footage and store it for longer periods. This has led to an increase in the use of CCTV, as it is now more effective than ever before.

If you’re looking for extra safety around your home, our CCTV security cameras will give you 24/7 surveillance from wherever you are. Access high quality images of your home remotely from your smart phone. CCTV cameras can be used to see who’s at the front door as well as the perimeter of your home.

At CROFTCOM our CCTV systems are customised to meet your needs and cater for a range of budgets from a basic two-camera kit to multiple systems and beyond.

Features of domestic CCTV systems include auto sequencing of cameras, time and date stamp, remote control and event record. Event record means that when movement is detected by the sensor, the CCTV systems send a signal to your DVR telling it to record the view from your CCTV camera. When no movement is detected, the CCTV camera will tell your DVR to stop, thus only recording useful footage and saving space.

Our fully weatherproof cameras are high resolution with ColorVu technology to ensure you get clear pictures in all types of conditions, both day and night, that are easily accessible through your smart phone.

ColorVu: See the true story

Hikvision ColorVu Technology enables our cameras to produce colourful videos even in extremely dimly lit environments. Darkness provides cover for theft, trespassing, and other crimes. When using a conventional camera with infrared lighting for night monitoring, people, vehicles or other important objects can be blurry and blend into the background, making it difficult to identify details. Colour-related information is crucial for many scenarios and are a great asset for data and analysis. However, conventional cameras often lose important details when rendering only black and white images. ColorVu Technology is our solution to this common challenge faced by many security systems users.