EZ Watch CCTV will install a system specialized to fit your needs. After installation you will be able to view and interact with your security network through the internet using any PC or even a PDA by logging into your personalized account.

See & hear what you're missing
Now you can check on your premises from office, home or anywhere in the world.

  • Full color motion video and audio
  • View live video and save snapshots
  • Remote pan, tilt, and zoom controls

Imagine being able to hide one of these cameras in your house to monitor your children, or placing a camera outside to keep an eye on your property, or check to see if your grass is being cut while your overseas on vacation.

Performance Every Time
It captures fluid movement and delivers clean, clear picture quality.

Wide Compatibility 
Network security cameras that work with your home or office network and support a wide range of PTZ (Pan, Tilt and Zoom) cameras.

Capture & Save Snapshots
Allows user to take multiple snapshots and save them to the PC.


Camera Surveillance

Network Security Cameras That Work With Your Home Or Office Network 
Network Cameras allow users to monitor and record high quality video over a local area network (LAN) or a wireless area network (WAN). In short, Network Cameras allow you to take advantage of your current computer network and turn it into a central command for your video system.

Watch your children from the office using a wireless network camera, or check to see if your grass is being cut while your overseas on vacation. Using wireless cameras you can take advantage of the 802.11g wireless frequency just like a wireless laptop computer.

CCTV Security Cameras
CCTV or Closed Circuit Television refers to a visible or covert video system intended for only a limited number of viewers.

CCTV Security Cameras can be used for covert monitoring, archival recording, or as a powerful theft deterrent. Crime diminishes drastically when a camera is in plain view

Wireless Security Cameras
Wireless Cameras provide a versatile surveillance system that adapts to your ever-changing needs. With no wires to run, you'll be up and running in no time. Change the camera position quickly and easily.

Some Wireless Security Cameras transmit to a receiver over a high frequency radio signal (RF) similar to a cordless phone. The receiver can be connected to a video monitor or recorder for live viewing or recording. You can even connect these cameras to an Internet Connected DVR.

Wireless Network Cameras connect over 802.11 or Wi-Fi Networks commonly used for home computer networks. With a Wireless Network Camera, you can connect directly to the camera via the Internet for remote viewing anytime.

Hidden Spy Cameras For Covert Operations & At-Home Security
Covert or Hidden Spy Cameras are used for many purposes, to prevent theft, to catch cheating spouses, or simply to monitor a nanny or caregiver when you are not home. This is where the word nanny-cam originated.

Hidden Spy Cameras can connect easily to a household VCR or an industrial DVR depending on your unique needs.

Small business can replace time clocks by placing Network IP Cameras at employee entrances and using motion detection with notification to let supervisors, human resources and/or payroll staff confirm employee work activity.

Hidden Video Cameras come in many shapes and sizes, can be enclosed in many different housings and can shoot day or night, wide angle or zoom. You may choose between a wired or wireless camera hidden in anything from a pack of cigarettes to a painting on the wall. Whatever your surveillance camera needs, EZ-Watch Security has got you covered.

Here are some examples of hidden cameras on the market
Smoke Detector, Exit Sign, Motion Sensor, Door Peep Hole, teddy bear, cell phone, pen and many more including miniature cameras.

Night Vision Cameras
Night Vision Cameras are a great way to monitor and secure exterior entrances to buildings and rural perimeters, or to monitor a sleeping infant in a dark room. Infrared light reacts very well to living tissue or movement and can provide detailed imagery in near darkness. With independent (IR) Illuminators added to bolster a Night Vision Camera's performance, an area that appears to be pitch-black to an intruder would appear completely illuminated to the video camera and the viewer. Combine a Digital Video Camera with an Infrared Illuminator to produce invisible IR beams, just like the ones in a remote control device. IR light cannot be seen by humans, but will allow the camera to see clearly, even in absolute darkness. We can provide you with cameras that have a built-in IR Illuminator or stand alone IR Illuminators that will light an entire room for multiple cameras.

Remote Video Management
One of the most popular features of remote video management is the ability to remotely view any combination of security cameras, live, with a PC, laptop or even a PDA. This feature allows you to discretely access the on-site video surveillance system and select any combination of cameras to view and control. All this is accomplished without any indication on-site that you are watching.

How Remote Viewing Works
Network Cameras allow users to monitor and record high quality video over a local area network (LAN) or a wireless area network (WAN). In short, Network Cameras allow you to take advantage of your current computer network and turn it into a central command for your video system. At the touch of a button, it is possible to go to a specific Web page and see what the camera is seeing. Some cameras allow you to zoom, pan, and tilt the camera right from within the Web interface, to provide more control over the viewing area. You can also view the cameras from a PDA or even on your Web-enabled cell phone.

Automated Systems
Imagine as a visitor approaches your home, motion sensors signal your robotically controlled camera tracking their every move. As they approach your front door, a 2nd camera is activated as digital snapshots or video are recorded on your computer. All this happens without you lifting a finger. Amazing!

  • Cameras automatically track movement using motion sensors
  • Schedule cameras, lights, and appliances throughout your home
  • View live video of one or more cameras from your PC
  • Digitally record video, stills and snapshots
  • Time lapse recording - watch 8 hours of snaphots in 8 minutes
  • Pan, Tilt and Zoom cameras to see and record everything


  • Retail monitoring
  • Remote supervision
  • Remote alarm verification
  • Loss prevention
  • Child supervision
  • Documentation
  • Theft deterrent
  • Evidence
  • Etc.

The list goes on, camera surveillance can be used for a number of things, but most importantly to protect your assets and reduce the risk of loss.

Other Security

Other Security Devices
In addition to cameras, alarms, and motion detectors you can use perimeter laser surveillance, floodlights, and signs to reduce risk. It is important to have good lighting and visible signs. It is even better to use visible cameras and alarms. There is many other theft deterrents available from barking dog alarms connected to motion sensors to power switches connected through your home or office network that can control anything with a plug. This means you can automate your home or office controlling lights or turning the TV on and off using the Internet.

Places in need of Security
Residential and Commercial buildings both can take advantage of security to protect assets. To make it simple, if you have valuables that are of importance to you then you need to protect them. You can reduce insurance and more affectively assist the police if an incident occurs.

Here are some things to consider when trying to decide what system will be right for you, you must decide what elements are most important in order to design a cost efficient system.

Sketch out a Floor Plan
Put in all camera locations

Consider the distance to your surveillance zone: Are you 5 feet or 15 feet away from your surveillance target area? It is best to locate your camera as close to the surveillance area first, then choose how much zoom you need. Do you need 4mm, 8mm or 12mm lens?

Field of view or area of surveillance: Take photos of areas you want to cover from the proposed camera locations.
What lens you need depends what you want to see and how far away and how wide a viewing area. Wide angle and fisheye lenses are available.

Resolution: Do you want to capture a persons face or a car license plate? Each camera location will determine which lenses would maximize your surveillance potential. Do you need 50mm lens or standard 8mm?

Vandalism potential: Will your camera be subject to damage? Damage resistant cameras are available.

Lighting: Is the space well lit or dimly lit. Are the lights turned off at night? Do you want to monitor the area with the lights turned off? Do you need infrared or low light cameras?

Are You More Concerned with Quality or Cost

Budget: Just like any technology, the more you spend, the better the system you get. Keep in mind a low cost camera is better than no camera.

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EZWatch CCTV 1413 Highway 17 South, Surfside Beach, SC 29575