Security cameras have become more affordable over recent years and there are many types of cameras with advanced features and functionality available.

We offer IP Cameras, Analog Cameras, Wireless Cameras, PTZ Cameras and more. We also carry many cameras that are specifically for integration with alarm systems.

Repair IT cameras are customizable, designed to meet the specifications set forth. We offer a selection of the best camera systems in the industry. Check out the different types of cameras below:


Which option would works for you?

3 Different Options

A la carté Services

All of our services are avaiable ‘as needed’ at a reasonable price. We generally have a response
time of 24-48 hours whether the machine is dropped off at our store or we can also come on-site.


Pre-paid Blocks of Service

You can purchase bundled hours in blocks of 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, or 250 depending on your needs.
The hours never expire and you can use them as needed. Bundle more, save more!


Monthly Support Agreements

Our monthly support agreement is great for businesses who want to budget their computer
support and maintenance on a monthly arrangement. One year commitment required.


PTZ: PTZ stands for Pan-Tilt-Zoom. This simply means that the camera utilizes a panning (left/right swivel) mechanism, a tilting (up/down swivel) mechanism, and zoom to give it the ability to look in almost every direction. These cameras are typically able to be remotely controlled to view the area they survey.

HD IP: HD IP cameras route data recorded over a LAN/WAN/Ethernet network to wherever the data is to be stored. IP Cameras allows the camera system a few tricks. Certain cameras can be set up wirelessly, eliminating the need to run extra cables. They can utilize 3rd party software to do various kinds of recognition ranging from facial to license plate to threat detection. IP cameras can also communicate with other devices on the network (computers, alarms, lighting systems) due to the standardization of communication protocols for TCP/IP networking.

HD TVI: HD TVI cameras, unlike HD IP cameras, route data recorded over a coaxial cable to wherever the data is to be stored. One of the benefits to having a TVI camera is that it uses a very small amount of bandwidth as compared to an HD IP camera. TVI cameras are also backwards compatible with analog cameras, meaning if there is already an analog system in place it is easy to replace the older cameras with newer, better ones.

Night Vision: Night vision cameras utilize Matrix infrared vision to enable a clear picture during the night. This allows for a similar (albeit black and white) image of the area that the camera surveys. Infrared cameras detect energy in the form of heat, and use the heat spectrums they pick up to generate a visible image.

Dome: Dome cameras are your typical hemispherical surveillance cameras. They come in many varieties, though most are pan-tilt-zoom. There are an over abundance of features that can come packaged with typical dome cameras.