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Topic # 67711 7-Sep-2010 13:39
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Weve been using a few different branded IP cameras here for security/deterrents but want to buy new ones to replace them - we were looking at the AVTech 201's from CDL but theyve just informed us they only have 3 in stock and wont be getting anymore in which is frustrating as for the price theyre brilliant cameras. (Approx $180 inc gst)

Anyone recommend anything ? Preferably on the cheaper side of $400 ;) And must be readily available...dont want to buy a few and find we cant get anymore the same...

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  Reply # 377649 7-Sep-2010 19:48
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If you're after quality images you won't get anything under $400 that delivers better results than a much cheaper analogue camera.

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  Reply # 377785 8-Sep-2010 10:15
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I have used Axis IP cameras in the past, and they do work very well, but tend to be a bit pricey.

But at least there has always been consistency in models, meaning that they don't tend kill off models too quickly.

Disclaimer - previously employed by an Australian Axis distributor, prior 2000, just when the first IP cameras came to market. distributor now defunct. Have used a couple Axis cameras since, but obtained through alternative Aus distro.

 




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  Reply # 377798 8-Sep-2010 10:50
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Oh well... will have to make do mixing and matching what weve got for now I guess. Just a bit annoying that some require their own software to record and wont talk to software such as NetCamWatcher.




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  Reply # 386046 29-Sep-2010 20:40
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You could always try getting a decent webcam and hook it up to a NSLU2.  The Genius Magicslim 2020AF is pretty good and is fully supported on Video4Linux.  That's what I do at home and it works a treat for me.





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