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4 Cameras For Your Business Property and Why You Need Them

You may not think about it often, but having cameras on your property is super beneficial for your company. Even if you already have cameras, you want to make sure they're up to date and good enough to keep your business safe. Since technology is constantly updating, we want to make sure you're always staying in the know. We've rounded up some top cameras that should be highly considered for your business property.

IPT4K212MX Turret Camera

If you've seen a camera that looks like it's hanging upside down from the ceiling, odds are you've seen one of these cameras. A turret is also known as mini-dome, eyeball or flat-faced dome camera, it has a ball and socket design which allows it to rotate freely once the base is mounted. This is a popular camera type thanks to this feature, as it allows you to view multiple directions with a single camera. Most turret cameras are POE (Power over Ethernet) which means that you don’t have to use a separate power cable to power it thanks to its unique structure, which makes it difficult to make this camera wireless.

With this specific high-tech camera, it features LightHunter Technology for ultra-high quality color video images in low light applications with 4K (meaning the definition is amazing). The turret camera is also powerful, with smart IR LED Lights up to 131 feet.

Plus, with motorized varifocal, and automatic focus lens from the recorder, you are able to adjust the view from the recorder and do not need to get on a ladder. Not only is this camera high-quality, but it's convenient!

IPB26143M Bullet Camera

Bullet cameras are also named by their distinct cylindrical shape, which looks like a bullet shell or lipstick tube. Bullet cameras are also one of the most common types of security cameras, because they are a visible deterrent, meaning even just the presence of these cameras will make your property a less desirable target for crime. Like dome cameras, bullet cameras can be installed both indoors and outdoors.

The IPB26143M Bullet Camera has starlight illumination technology that will provide crisp color images up to 600 feet. It is also a great camera to capture license plates coming in and out, which is great if your business has a parking lot and/or parking garage.

The camera also contains a motorized varifocal and automatic focus lens, which is great for adjusting the view from the recorder and not needing to manually fix the camera while it's already installed.

PFE4K360 360 Dome

The Dome camera is the older camera compared to the turret, but it still gets the job done. It's by its dome-like shape and you'll most likely see it in places like casinos, retail stores, and restaurants due to their more fashionable appearance. Dome cameras can also blend easily with their surroundings, which is great if you want hidden cameras.

Thanks to its dome shape, it’s difficult to tell which direction it’s facing. Usually, it has a vandal-proof dome and a metal base to protect it from abuse and the elements. With a 360 Dome camera, you will get exceptional video quality with 12MP and ultra-HD. You can also get two-way audio with a built-in microphone and speaker, backlight compensation, and pant-tilt-zoom with triple video dreams. And of course, the 360 stands for the 360° Panoramic view that you'll get to make sure your building is protected all around.


Pan-tilt-zoom security cameras (also known as PTZ) have become a top choice because of their next-generation security features. A PTZ is capable of remote directional and zoom control. Typically, they are used in situations where the machine vision camera must move to cover a larger area or automatically identify and follow a moving target. They are a common choice for the most advanced security and surveillance applications, such as the monitoring of critical infrastructure.

This particular PTZ has a built-in micro-SD card with storage extendable up to 128 GB. The pan-tilt feature can be used from on-site where the recorder is, to off-site through an app on your phone or tablet.

Interested in Learning More?

Contact ATI today for a zero pressure consultation to discover what solutions may be best to help accomplish your technology needs. We look forward to speaking with you soon.

James Needham

Owner and CEO, ATI

Proudly Protecting and Enhancing Southern California Properties Since 2008.

High Desert, Inland Empire, Coachella Valley, San Diego, Orange County, and Los Angeles area.


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