Surveillance cameras can come with different types of night vision capabilities, including infrared (IR) illuminators, low-light sensors, and thermal imaging. Infrared illuminators use light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to provide illumination in low-light conditions, while low-light sensors enhance the camera’s sensitivity to light. Thermal imaging, on the other hand, detects the heat signatures of objects, enabling the camera to see in complete darkness.
It’s important to note that not all cameras have the same level of night vision capabilities, and factors such as the camera’s location and positioning, the amount of ambient light, and the camera’s resolution can affect its performance in low-light conditions. It’s best to research and choose a camera with the appropriate night vision capabilities for your specific needs.