Turret/eyeball security cameras are characterized by their lens which is able to be pointed in any direction. Usually used in outdoor settings, they are small and inconspicuous, while still being able to capture footage in darkness.

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Are turret cameras vandal-proof?
Turret cameras that are made with metal casing are generally considered vandal resistant. However, anti-vandal dome cameras are generally more vandal-proof than most turret cameras.
2. How are they installed?
Turret cameras can be mounted on ceilings or walls. Because of the tri-axis turret design, the lens of these style cameras can be rotated in any direction from a ceiling or wall installation. Please see the below ceiling tile installation for details.
3. What is the different between a turret and dome camera?
A turret camera has a flat faced lens cover, whereas a dome shaped camera has a circular or half moon lens cover. Turret cameras are not influenced by the glare effects that dome shaped cameras can be susceptible to. This is due to the flat faced surface covering the lens and the infrared LEDs (IR LEDS). Both security camera styles have either a glass or plastic housing covering the lens and IR LEDs. This makes their design a safe option if mounting the cameras in easier to reach places.

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