With five members of the family and just 3 rooms in the house my eldest son began to demand for a lot more privacy as soon as he began going to high school. After much discussion we decided to convert the garage into a bedroom considering that we no longer park our automobile in there. We installed 2 doors one leading to the dining area and the other as a side entrance towards the garage/bedroom itself.
However my hubby and I were worried that our son might neglect to lock the side entrance door at night or that someone might pick the doors lock. Thus we decided to get a low light outdoor bullet camera and install it by the side entrance to his room.
This surveillance camera has all the features which we need to have in order to guarantee the safety of our son. On the other hand it is a low-light camera that can capture videos even with only a little amount of light available. On the other hand it is also a high-resolution camera that can take high-quality videos.
Being a weatherproof camera it could be set up outside the house but still perform its task in spite of severe weather conditions. And being a bullet camera it could continue to be hidden because of its small size and simply because it can be situated in hard-to-reach spots.
The security camera could be either wired or wireless. The former is much simpler as it has a plug-and-play system. The latter meanwhile has a free 2.4 GHz receiver.
To make certain that it keeps unnoticeable my husband and I purchased the wireless camera. This option also saved us the trouble of concealing unpleasant-looking wires.
The outdoor camera could similarly capture videos either in black-and-white or in color. We made a decision to buy the black-and-white camera since it can still provide high quality footage and do its main task which is to keep an eye on the entrance to our sons room.
In the end it is a win-win situation for all. My son gets his new room and we through the use of a low light outdoor bullet camera for continuous surveillance get some peace of mind.