A peephole security camera allows homeowners to have a clear view of visitors knocking on their doors. A homeowner can replace his current peephole with the camera and connect it to a DVR to allow recording. This also helps to retain a record of what is going on outside the door.
Peephole cameras do not have visible wires, so they don't raise suspicion when installed. They record videos in low- and high-light situations, providing vivid images on a TV or DVR even in dim areas. The camera features a wide-angle lens to capture clear images and videos of a corridor. Some cameras come with portable LCD viewers that allow homeowners to view the records on the go. Alternatively, a homeowner can mount the screen where it is viewable to both tall and short family members. Most systems have replaceable batteries that can be replaced without removing the system from the door.