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Topic # 100437 11-Apr-2012 21:01 Send private message

Hi guys,

I want to setup a Security Camera system at home, with both day/night capabilities. The majority of the cameras will be mounted outdoor so it will need to be weatherproof.

It can be Ethernet/Wireless base or the traditional tv cable ones.

I was looking at the Ubiquiti Aircam but then I just found out they don't support IR at the moment.

Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

Cheers
Jackson 

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  Reply # 608055 11-Apr-2012 22:13 Send private message

I do security installs for a living and could recommend something for you. What sort of budget do you have? What do you want to get out of having such a system? Do you want to be able to record footage, or just view? If you want to record, how long do you want the images to be available before they are overwritten? Do you want to be able to connect remotely and view your cameras? What sort of detail are you looking for? Would an analogue picture be ok, or do you want something HD?

(I'm not trying to get business or anything, just wanted to let you know where I'm coming from)


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