Night vision is one of the most underused and misunderstood products on the market. Its applications are far reaching and can be used for many private home security solutions.
There are two different types of night vision available from spy equipment vendors, and four different types overall. They are 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Generation. Only the 1st and 2nd generation are available to the general public. The main difference between 1st and 2nd generation is that 1st generation is a lower quality of picture, while the 3nd generation though anywhere between 500$-1000$ more expensive, has a much improved picture and sharper image that makes it worth the investment.
Computer Software is another area that spy equipment vendors provide items in. Everything ranging from key logging software to parental controls, to things like remote PC viewing. This viewing software allows the user to remotely view everything going on in the target PC. Things like websites visited, time spent on the computer and various other activities while on the PC. When purchasing these items you need to keep the legal ramifications on your mind. Consult with the vendor for advice or with your local law enforcement to know your local laws before you engage in the use of this software.
DVR Stand alone kit with 4 cameras is another good item to protect your household or business. You can place the 4 cameras in very well hidden areas that provide cover for the camera but a clear view for the camera to record the area and ensure the safety. You can receive remote notifications by email to alert you if an alarm has been triggered. They come with 4 different sensitivity settings that can allow for a tailored fit to your personal or business needs.
Again with all of these products and the ones not mentioned, you have to beware of how you plan on using them and ensure not only that they are used properly and maintained properly, but you need to ensure they are used legally. Also consider that although some people may understand their usage and applications, others may be offended and you may cause issues should they ever discover their usage. If you are unsure of the legality of the usage, look up online the local laws for your area, or even send some requests out to your local police station or city hall. It’s always better to be safe then sorry!