Banks, credit unions and other financial institutions are often seen as the most secure buildings since it is their job to keep their customers money safe. In order to provide the proper protection, digital video surveillance is a necessity along with a properly installed security alarm system.
This video shows the differences in video frame recording rates. A higher recorded frame rate means more hard drive storage is necessary. On the lower right hand corner of this video is a recording at 30 frame rates per second which is full motion real time video. As you can see, the higher the frame rate the more real time activity is recorded and viewed.
Digital Video Surveillance with Eric Amsbury