Security Camera Systems


Home Security Cameras

Security cameras can monitor blind spots inside and outside of your home, specifically areas that are hard to see from doors or windows. They can help you to see who is ringing your doorbell at night, as well as keep an eye on caregivers, children or pets in your home.  They are your eyes when you can't be there.

Commercial Security Systems

For businesses, CCTV cameras are commonly installed in areas that are at risk of safety and security issues such as burglary and vandalism. CCTV cameras can be beneficial in monitoring areas of a building, lab or industrial facility that are not safe for people to enter.


Security Camera Placement Needs

  • Near entrances and exits
  • Monitoring parking lots and walkways
  • By cash registers
  • In storage rooms
  • In hallways or alleyways

In today's ever-changing video surveillance market, FSS strives to ensure that we stay on top of industry trends and provide the most reliable security surveillance equipment on the market. Anyone can go to an online big box retailer and purchase a cheap camera, but these cameras are not secure and don't come with professional installation or monitoring.  FSS uses only reputable manufacturers, with proven track records, and products that meet the test of time. 

Residential & Small Business Security Camera Systems

  • Video Doorbell

    Now you can see who is at your front door without leaving your seat. Be aware of what is happening when you are not home. You won't have to question who is at the door any longer, because you'll already know!

  • Bookshelf Camera

    Wireless cameras that are designed to be placed on shelves and record clips into your app.

  • Residential Dome Camera

    Dome cameras are best used indoors because they blend into their surroundings. Also, they offer a wide dynamic range for the natural changes in lighting.

  • Small Business Dome Camera

    Dome cameras are essential in small businesses as they offer a wide range of lenses for any view.

Commercial Security Camera Systems

  • Bullet Camera

    Bullet cameras get their name due to their size and shape. They are small housings that are unobtrusive on your building. These cameras are available with numerous options, which includes infrared lite.

  • 360 Fisheye Camera

    Fisheye lens cameras allow for a 360 degree panoramic view of its surroundings. These cameras work best when mounted to the ceiling or high on the wall. They can also monitor up to four areas at once, allowing you to have one camera in place of four.

  • Dome Camera

    Dome security cameras are very common because of the design, they blend in well with their surroundings and make it difficult for suspicious persons to know which direction the cameras are facing. Additionally, dome cameras come in a variety of options including weather and vandal-proof. Pricing can also vary widely depending on the options selected.

  • Video Management Software

    Video management software, whether server or web-based, will link all of your business locations together in one dashboard. They can also be integrated with your door access for even more visibility and control.

  • Network Video Recorder

    The NVRs allow for cost conscious options for digital video recorders. They can be used with existing conventional cameras and are fantastic for putting on the network for remote viewing.

  • Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera

    A pan– tilt– zoom camera (PTZ camera) is a camera that is fit for remote directional and zoom control. These cameras can be moved with a joystick or mouse directly from the security desk.

  • Turret Camera

    Turret cameras resemble a mini dome and are designed like a ball-and-socket. Their unique design allows for the camera to be easily moved around in the socket.

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