How-to Use Security Cameras to Monitor Dance Studio Rooms

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    Mike Haldas
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    CCTV Camera Pros regularly gets asked questions about how-to use security cameras to monitor rooms in a dance studio. It is common practice for dance studios to provide monitors for parents to view their children while inside a dance studio taking lessons.

    Here is a recent inquiry that we received.

    I have a dance studio with 5 studios and I am trying to figure out the best way to setup viewing monitors. The rooms are too spread apart where it is not feasible to run wires back to a central location. I also do not want to rely on wifi as it seems to be unreliable. I think my best option would be to setup a camera in each room that runs directly to a TV. I don’t want to spend an arm and a leg but I would like the best quality available for the parents to view on. Do you have recommendations on what would be best for this setup?

    This is the advice that I gave them.

    Thank you for contacting CCTV Camera Pros. We have two options for you: a standard definition and a 1080p high definition. Both are very simple to setup.

    Here is an article that explains how to setup the standard definition CCTV camera.

    Here is an article that explains how to setup the 1080p HD camera.

    In my opinion, the HD setup with this 180 degree camera would work awesome for a dance studio. We use one of the 180 cameras on our sales floor and its works great. You can see sample images and videos on this page.

    These are the other 1080p cameras that we have.

    Please take a look and let me know if you have any questions. We can also provide a quote with everything that you need. Just let me know how long of a cable you need to run from the camera to the TV.

    -Mike Haldas

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