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HI THERE EVERYONE, I RECENTLY HAD A FALL OUT WITH MY NEIGHBOUR. AND BECAUSE OF THAT SHE IS THREATENING TO VANDELISE MY BRAND NEW FIESTA. I NEED SOMETHING CHEAP AND GOOD ENOUGH TO PUT IN THE GARDEN TO …
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
HI THERE EVERYONE, I RECENTLY HAD A FALL OUT WITH MY NEIGHBOUR. AND BECAUSE OF THAT SHE IS THREATENING TO VANDELISE MY BRAND NEW FIESTA. I NEED SOMETHING CHEAP AND GOOD ENOUGH TO PUT IN THE GARDEN TO KEEP AN EYE ON MY CAR. I KNOW THAT SHE WILL DO SOMETHING BUT I DONT KNOW WHEN. SO I NEED A SECURITY CAMERA ASAP AND AS CHEAP AS POSS, STILL GOT THE CAR TO PAY FOR AND I DONT WANT IT BEEN RUINED BY HER.
PLEASE HELP
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
If she has threatened violence against your property phone the police.
#2
guilbert53
If she has threatened violence against your property phone the police.


yeah i have done but they said if she does do damage they wont be able to prove it unless there is a witness.
#4


that looks perfect, how could i record with it ? im afraid im a typical women when it comes to things like that lol
#5
sarah25
that looks perfect, how could i record with it ? im afraid im a typical women when it comes to things like that lol


You would need a digital video recorder (DVR) to connect it to because although it wires to a video recorder you would run out of video tape. A better solution would be a camera that has a motion sensor that only starts recording when it detects movement.
#6
mittu1
You would need a digital video recorder (DVR) to connect it to because although it wires to a video recorder you would run out of video tape. A better solution would be a camera that has a motion sensor that only starts recording when it detects movement.


agggggghhhh its all so confusing lol thankyou i kind understand x
#7
send her a bunch of flowers it be cheaper in the long run, just let her think shes right :)
we all know women are never right, we just let them think they are :)
#8
jamesfooker
send her a bunch of flowers it be cheaper in the long run, just let her think shes right :)
we all know women are never right, we just let them think they are :)


ha, that would work with someone normal.. unfortunatly not the case with her..
#9
what u do to her lol
#10
jamesfooker
what u do to her lol


i kinda accidently threw a cup threw her back windscreen, when id seen my boyfriend at her house.. now very ex boyfriend, she was saying i deserved to have a mc and i lost it.. ive offered to pay but she refuses and is insistand on gettin pay back. im not proud of what i did but any women whos just had a miscarrige does not deserve to here some1 say they deserved it :)
#11
oh heck.. im sorry ...
maplins is your best bet then pop in and see them
#12
go round and deck her she wont do owt then
#13
As mentioned, the ideal thing would be a camera with a motion sensor which switches it on to record. You could use a number of devices to record footage, one method is memory cards, I've never ordered off these before but quickly googled and found this. Maybe someone will know anywhere which sells similar products at a better price but worth a look for an idea of what you could achieve.

http://www.max.tv/product-detail.asp?number=533GB
#14
I would be careful of what you are trying to achieve here. If it is evidence standard CCTV for court, it is not going to be cheap at all.
#15
pghstochaj
I would be careful of what you are trying to achieve here. If it is evidence standard CCTV for court, it is not going to be cheap at all.


I imagine the OP is only looking for a camera which clearly provides an image of said neighbour should they decide to break the law... These cameras should do that if installed correctly.

I can't comment on use for court but surely if the camera has clearly ID'd the criminal this is sufficient?
#16
JayJaz
I imagine the OP is only looking for a camera which clearly provides an image of said neighbour should they decide to break the law... These cameras should do that if installed correctly.

I can't comment on use for court but surely if the camera has clearly ID'd the criminal this is sufficient?


It's not as simple as that. It would help an investigation, but it would not stand up in court unless the standard is good and various other requirements met, i.e timestamps. For example:

http://www.cctv-surveillance.co.uk/news/police-requirements-overlooked.htm
#17
pghstochaj
It's not as simple as that. It would help an investigation, but it would not stand up in court unless the standard is good and various other requirements met, i.e timestamps. For example:

http://www.cctv-surveillance.co.uk/news/police-requirements-overlooked.htm


hm take your point, it doesn't really say exactly what you have to have. I can see it'd be useful to have time and date etc. If you're on a budget though, I'd argue that for minor things like vehicle vandalism it's better to have some evidence than nothing at all.
#18
JayJaz
hm take your point, it doesn't really say exactly what you have to have. I can see it'd be useful to have time and date etc. If you're on a budget though, I'd argue that for minor things like vehicle vandalism it's better to have some evidence than nothing at all.


It was the first link I found, there are (I presume) numerous extensive guides on this.

I just wanted the OP to be warned that their could be a false sense of security in buying a cheap device.
#19
yes it's definitely worth noting. Hopefully the person next door will become rational in time and it won't be necessary. I would imagine a well placed cctv camera would deter if nothing else so should give some peace of mind :)
#20
JayJaz
yes it's definitely worth noting. Hopefully the person next door will become rational in time and it won't be necessary. I would imagine a well placed cctv camera would deter if nothing else so should give some peace of mind :)


Or just aggravate the situation, sadly.

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