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does anyone know about cctv systems here ? advice sort

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by whitevanman574, Jan 12, 2014.

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    http://i430.photobucket.com/albums/qq21/whitevanman2009/cam_zps5098e63a.jpg

    this is the area I want to cover with a camera on the side looking down and a camera ill have to buy a varifocal with zoom on the gateway I want if anyone crosses it to have face recognition captured now I know its going to cost but doesn't everything ,but sourced some very well priced cameras with 2 year guarantee

    have a look the dvr with be a qvis atlantis 8 channer with 2tb hard drive ,with ethenet ,so if I am out of the country I can look real time at the house .

    but which camera is it http://www.camyco.co.uk/cctv-4-chan...camera-full-security-system.html#.UtKV8U2Yapo


    or these other cameras with 72 piece led http://www.camyco.co.uk/700-tvl-res...ri-focal-lens-home-business.html#.UtKWLU2Yapo

    again number one camera is 42 leds http://www.camyco.co.uk/700-tvl-son...-night-vision-bullet-camera.html#.UtKWZ02Yapo

    im worried about the 72 one whiteing out as they say ??? also with the streetlight would it make a difference ???


    I aso fancy 2 indoors covert http://www.camyco.co.uk/700-tvl-hig...m-sensor.html?filter_name=covert#.UtKW5U2Yapo

    and I will be a happy bunny . the other year the car was vandalised and I promised mrs whitevanman I would get on the case .


    anyone got an ideas of the system need ? or am I half right ?

    thanks again guys for the help .this camyco place is near by so that's cool ,also qvis has an ok name n security so hopefully ive got that one right on the dvr front .:)


    or is there a link to another system I should be looking at ?? 8 channel dvr allows for expansion at a further date maybe ..
     
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    cheers steve but I rather have specific kit , I know you trust them but I would rather know myself what im looking at , hence I need specific equipment links . one thing I have learnt all my life,if I go to someone without knowing nothing I come home with all kinds of shxx lol . shops will sell anything to you I just want to hear form first hand experience what people have :)
     
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    I had the same approach/mind set when I was looking for my system, I found these guys weren't motivated towards selling me just any old junk, they work closely with customers and their specific requirements and source the latest technology from personal visits to the far east factories/manufacturers.


    I even went too far against their advice and purchased some very expensive PTZ cameras at nearly £1000 a pop, I realised I'd made a cock up after they were delivered and they accepted a return without question. They also help walk customers through self installation.


    I have total trust in them! ;)
     
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    ok mate have you a specific system then and any link please
     
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    I didn't buy my DVR from them sadly, which in retrospect was a mistake as theirs were better spec, but I have a quad system with uses 4 of their Sony Effio chipset cameras, I believe they are the Diamond package.

    Still haven't installed a couple as my house needs some render repair and I don't want cement all over these cameras as they are expensive.
     

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    thanks steve this is the type of things I like to see ad hear, how many tvl are they and how far realistic do they see in the dark does street lights affect them?? any pics or vids in a walkby test??

    regards mike ps final question how much is one of them cameras
     
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    Anyone else know about these?
     

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