Commercial premises use dome cameras which see in ultra low light conditions
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Detectives have been unable to locate a vital piece of evidence captured in CCTV footage of an attempted hold-up. Police have released a CCTV image of the robbery in Scunthorpe, hoping to find the gun, mask and gloves used. The gun shown in the picture when a perpetrator raided a shop had been discarded. The gun – thought to be a shotgun with a dirty metal barrel – shown by the cameras had not been found, police confirmed.
Digital Dome Cameras from CCTV Surveillance Ltd can be used by commercial premises to tackle crime. Dome cameras are most popular because they can be installed discreetly on a wall or ceiling corner with all the cables hidden within the casing. The most recent dome cameras have a selection of high-technology features. These include built-in Infra Red Illuminators to see in complete darkness, and Wide Dynamic range, which allows the camera to see in extremely bright light as well as ultra low light conditions.