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  1. quick_pick

    Samsung sla-550da lens

    Is the Samsung Sla-550da varifocal lens A good choice to use with A Samsung Snb-5000 ip camera that has An ir cut filter? (Samsungs web site says="lens adjusts to different light levels") Also, and very important, the Samsung Sla-550da has A focal length of 5-50mm (f1. Is that focal length good for A room that is 12 foot by 12 foot with the ip camera in the corner? Thank you in advance for your knowledgable answers.
  2. Thanks for the fast reply. Relatedly, I just read online that foscam has ip camera's with ir cut filters. Do you know if they are any good? Thanks
  3. Can A Panasonic BL-C101A be used in low light? Sorry if it is a dumb question. It is just that my Panasonic digital camera takes incredible pictures in the dark so I am wondering if the BL-C101A is the same way Thank you in advance [Thank you to every one who answers my questions with such knowledgeable answers]
  4. I hope that some 1 finds this to be a good deal. My posting this is my way of saying thank you to every one who answers my questions with such expert answers...... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Avigilon-Cctv-Camera-Lens-4-12mm-Megapixel-/231013940548?ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:US:1123
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    Samsung snb-5000 for trade

    Hi I need to trade my Samsung snb-5000 http://www.samsungsecurity.com/product/product_view.asp?idx=6092 for a camera that can pan/tilt/zoom, has an ir cut filter and at least 1 mega pixel resolution Something in the same form factor as an Edimax IC-7110W http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16881117011 to use as an example of the form factor I am looking to trade for. Wired is much more preferable than wireless.
  6. The main thing I want to do is to be able to take "snap shots", single pictures, of what the camera is seeing. My computer has windows 7. Any idea's of how to take a "snap shot" of my ip camera as it is on my computer moniter would be more than welcome.
  7. What are the "real world" system requirements for the Axxon Next free version? Technically, it should run on my i7/8gb ram/dedicated video card computer. I will wait till I get an answer from someone who has experienced the "reality" vs the "technically" before I install it
  8. The night vision corrected lens from my Iq751 that came with my Iq751 directly from Iqinvision is for sale or trade. The specs are: f1.6/4.5-10mm 1/2 inch. The lens works GREAT and still has two more years left on the warranty . I am selling, or trading, it because I just purchased an ultra wide angle view lens directly from Iqinvision. As for trades, I am very open to any category of merchandise: High capacity hard drive(s), nintendo ds3 games, money by Paypal, software..... Make me a reasonable offer
  9. Is there A way to reset the software configuration of my Samsung snb-5000 that I am currently using to "default" or factory settings? Thanks in advance
  10. The firmware for my discontinued Acti Cam that is available from Acti.CZ is more recent than the firmware my camera has now. Am I able to use firmware from Acti.CZ in U.S.A.? Thanks in advance
  11. Does anyone know which free online class at pelco global training institute https://se-buildings-lms.csod.com/LMS/catalog/BrowseForTraining.aspx explains which ip camera settings control the refresh rate of an ip camera? Actually, I'd like to learn what all of the configuration setting on ip camera's do Also, if anyone knows of any other free online classes, please let me know the url Thanks in advance [if ya can't pick it in two minutes or less, drill it]
  12. Wow, they are SUPER TINY Are the Edimax ip camera's as high quality as the Edimax BR-6258n? It is the Edimax IC-7110W Wireless 11n Pan/Tilt Internet IP Camera http://www.edimax.com/en/produce_detail.php?pd_id=415&pl1_id=8&pl2_id=92 that I am particularly interested in. [if ya can't pick it in two minutes or less, drill it]
  13. I need a wireless access point to make a hard wired camera wireless. My options are: 1) D-Link Dir-601 wireless router http:// http://www.dlink.com/us/en/home-solutions/connect/routers/dir-601-wireless-n-150-home-router 2) Trendnet wireless gaming adapter: http://www.trendnet.com/products/proddetail.asp?prod=195_TEW-647GA Out of the two, which one would provide the better performance as far as speed and which one would provide the most security for my ip camera that I am going to use as a wireless camera? The Dir-601 router gives me the option of using dd-wrt Thanks in advance [if ya can't pick it in two minutes or less, drill it]
  14. My D-link Dir-601 router supports dd-wrt. Is there much of a benefit to using dd-wrt as a wireless access point instead of using the stock firmware? Thanks in advance [if ya can't pick it in under two minutes, drill it]