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# 249073 24-Apr-2019 07:16
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Hi, I am after a couple of cameras for work that can record and store about 24 hours of footage. It’s a factory environment so dust and steam proof. Prefer semi portable so I can take down and use in different areas. May not have power supply available so battery options if any. It’s for health and safety and needs to be continuous not motion activated.
Thanks so much

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  # 2223471 25-Apr-2019 09:06
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hi, hikvision are a good brand, most new cameras are ip cameras and run over power of Ethernet and data in one data cable so you only need power by the nvr, you can move cameras because they are screwed down by some screws, as with batteries cameras it wont be any good if your recording 24/7 it will use to much power

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  # 2224512 25-Apr-2019 11:42
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yes similar to that one

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