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  1. zmxtech

    ACTI vs AXIS encoders

    if i remember the Acti`s don't do mjpeg ?
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    Cameras for a Marina

    the amount of lines does not count for much its the quality of the CCD !
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    Hard Drives for DVRs

    make sure you buy a color hard drive you would not want to store in black n white......
  4. very messy setup, and the RM infrared would not match the range of the zoom lens just some constructive criticism
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    bullet pinholes low light effio PAL

    thanks for that I spent another 3 hours searching till 4 in the morning and found the same from a link here ! I have Emailed them cheers..........
  6. hi folks, Im after some low light pinhole bullet cameras [PAL version] I see there are tons of .003 lux etc but they are all NTSC Are there Effio, super HAD2 etc etc that are any good that are PAL ? Ive spent hours on Fee-bay and goo-gal, here and cant seem to find anything worthy did i mention PAL......not NTSC regards, m
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    Licence plate camera

    whats the brand ? lens ?
  8. everyone is missing the main point it called 802.11 overlapping channels nothing to do with speed or security http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11 you can only have so much wireless in an area before problems, I would never use it as a main link or even for one camera its just too easy to jam z
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    suggestions for good night time vision cameras

    brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr blowing my horn http://www.zmx.com.au/radar.htm
  10. Another way is to loop the remote end to test it end-to-end
  11. IP is they way to go for sure and Ubiquiti products are nice they also use some NON WIFI protocols that's a bonus I would also put a ANPR camera at the entry points, having lived in a condo for years you`ll need it ! There no point saying "it was the red car" ... you want to say ....and here's the Rego !
  12. NO way would I use "WIFI" ? Even with a high powered 5ghz system and directional antennas its on the same band as 121+ people. Your system can /will go down very easy. Any wireless link that's on a public band is asking for trouble Even a class1 bluetooth unit close by will kill it. [the cameras no doubt will be on the BG bands]. Sorry those quotes are a stooge by amateurs you will be plagued with problems. It needs to be done properly with Fiber/cat5/6. that said for some interconnects YOU could get away with a 5ghz WPA2/AES/hidden SSID with lots of power from high gain antennas but risky.... my 2c
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    suggestions for good night time vision cameras

    yes I was thinking of those but you would have to buy 10 or get real lucky !
  14. thats right add some IR a few 180 deg dome units on the roof will work wonders