You'll need a direct burial cable. Let's check out one of our most popular cables for this type of application.
It's important to install a quality cable for a few reasons.
The jacket construction will last for a very long time, the lifetime of a quality cable should last the lifetime of a few security cameras at the location.
Quality copper and a true copper center conductor will allow for a signal to travel a long distance. Since your looking for a direct burial cable your probably doing long cable runs. Low end cables are passing off copper clad aluminum as a bare copper conductor, it's very hard to see but you might find out the hard way. And you wonder why it was so cheap, next thing you know you have a poor signal and the camera image won't come up.
Just a quick tip, if your installing IR cameras at a long distance you probably should install a 24V camera and power supply. You don't want those IR's to turn on in the evening and lose your image signal.
"By Mercy Salinas"