Collection: Analog PTZ Cameras

Analog PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) cameras are a type of surveillance camera that uses analog technology to capture and transmit video footage. PTZ cameras are equipped with motors that allow them to pan (move horizontally), tilt (move vertically), and zoom in on specific areas of interest. These cameras provide flexibility in monitoring large areas as they can be remotely controlled to change their viewing direction and focus on particular points of interest.

Analog PTZ cameras typically use traditional coaxial cables for video transmission, and they may require additional cables for power and control signals. The video quality of analog cameras is generally measured in TV lines (TVL)

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