Q: What is the difference between covert and normal camera equipment?
A: A Covert camera is a hidden camera and cannot be easily detected, and a normal cctv camera is usually a fixed camera system in full view that not only records the selected area but also acts as a visible deterrent to potential offenders.
Q: What details do I need to worry about regarding the installations?
A: If you decide you want to install covert cameras you will have to make sure that the installer is given a specific time where he can install the camera without anybody seeing it
Q: Where will you place the camera?
A: A CCTVAustralia installer will determine the exact placement of the camera at the time of the site quotation and may review the location when it comes to installation.
Q: Who reviews the recordings, and how much time does it take?
A: You can review the recordings yourself or a technician can do it. The amount of time it takes depends upon the amount of activity on the recording.
Q: where can i put covert cameras
A: This is a good question but to make things clear that certain areas are illegal to have cameras such as Toilets, Change Rooms, Fitting Rooms, Private Offices (without consent)
Covert cameras although can be very useful in some situations is not as popular as you think. The advantages of having clearly seen CCTV cameras is a much more bigger deterrent showing the public or staff that everything is being recorded.