The main argument in favor of buying a CCD
wireless camera is that you are taking advantage of the best technology
available today for digital video transmitting. CCD (charge-coupled device)
chips are more sensitive to light than CMOS (complimentary metal-oxide
semiconductor) chips, so you can get noticeably better images in dim lighting.
CCD chips also tend to deliver cleaner images than CMOS chips, which sometimes
have a problem with “noise” — small defects in the image. For that reason, most
security cam owners choose to use a CCD wireless camera as the workhorse of
their home surveillance system.
Distortion-less CCD Wireless Camera
CCDs use a special manufacturing process
to create the ability to transport a charge across a computer chip without
distortion. This process leads to very high-quality sensors in terms of fidelity
and light sensitivity. Cameras using CMOS chips, on the other hand, are made
using the same processes used to make most microprocessors, but the CMOS sensors
traditionally have lower quality, resolution and sensitivity. A CCD wireless
camera will deliver higher-quality images with lots of pixels and excellent
light sensitivity — making it the best choice for your home security needs.