At Doris CCTV, we stock an extensive range of CCTV hard drives and DVR hard drives that are designed to last.
Whether you're looking into at-home security or security camera hard drives for your business, our CCTV hard drives won’t let you down.We stock small CCTV hard drives like the 80 GB SONNICS HDD
as well as enterprise-level security camera hard drives such as the 16 TB Seagate Skyhawk AI Surveillance hard drive
, so you can rest assured we’ve got you covered no matter your requirements.
Wide selection of quality security camera hard drives
Our selection of CCTV hard drives at Doris CCTV has been carefully curated to offer a wide range of functionality for our customers.We have high-capacity hard drives that can hold hundreds of hours of footage, as well as more affordable options for at-home surveillance and recording.We strive to provide exceptional quality security camera hard drives and DVR hard drives that won’t fail or be corrupted. We stock industry-leading brands for you to choose from, including names such as:
- Western Digital
Whatever your hard drive needs are, our selection at Doris CCTV has something to meet your requirements to the letter.
What type of CCTV hard drive do you need?
There are a lot of things to consider when buying a new CCTV hard drive, so our specialists at Doris CCTV have broken down a few things for you to think about before making a purchase.
- Recording capacity: For 24/7 surveillance, you're going to need a substantial capacity to store video. This means that a large external CCTV hard drive would be an essential purchase. For timed surveillance, where recordings are smaller, you can get by with a smaller hard drive capacity.
- Compatability: Make sure that you purchase a CCTV hard drive that is compatible with your CCTV system. You can consult the CCTV manufacturer to confirm what hard drives are best suited for your system.
- Budget: There is a big difference in price between high-capacity CCTV hard drives and smaller capacity ones. If you are working on a tight budget, consider the minimum size of hard drive for your needs.