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/\ One of them or something similar. Look for a POE (Power over Ethernet) DVR system. They're about as plug and play as you can get and you only need to run one Ethernet cable to each Camera from the box - it carries both Data and Power. It might be £50 more than this Sumvision kit but it'll blow it away when it comes to quality with it being IP based you'll have no loss or signal degradation on long runs and quality wise it'll be very similar to broadcast HD content.
How does this compare to the one you posted?
Seems pretty much the same except for "better than 720P"....http://www.amazon.co.uk/Security-Weatherproof-Megapixels-Hi-Resolution-Vandalproof/dp/B00NZWIZYS/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1460120356&sr=1-1&keywords=poe+cctv
They're very similar but the one you posted has slightly higher resolution cameras.
Quality wise, you'd recommend them, yeah?

I cant comment on the quality of the actual systems as I don't own either of them but all these systems are virtually the same anyway and as long as its a POE setup you should be fine.


​I know this is a bit higher cost, but would it be a better system?

what set up do you have?

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freakstyler
Mitch_s_s
freakstyler
/\ One of them or something similar. Look for a POE (Power over Ethernet) DVR system. They're about as plug and play as you can get and you only need to run one Ethernet cable to each Camera from the box - it carries both Data and Power. It might be £50 more than this Sumvision kit but it'll blow it away when it comes to quality with it being IP based you'll have no loss or signal degradation on long runs and quality wise it'll be very similar to broadcast HD content.
How does this compare to the one you posted?
Seems pretty much the same except for "better than 720P"....http://www.amazon.co.uk/Security-Weatherproof-Megapixels-Hi-Resolution-Vandalproof/dp/B00NZWIZYS/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1460120356&sr=1-1&keywords=poe+cctv
They're very similar but the one you posted has slightly higher resolution cameras.
Quality wise, you'd recommend them, yeah?

I cant comment on the quality of the actual systems as I don't own either of them but all these systems are virtually the same anyway and as long as its a POE setup you should be fine.
freakstyler
Mitch_s_s
freakstyler
/\ One of them or something similar. Look for a POE (Power over Ethernet) DVR system. They're about as plug and play as you can get and you only need to run one Ethernet cable to each Camera from the box - it carries both Data and Power. It might be £50 more than this Sumvision kit but it'll blow it away when it comes to quality with it being IP based you'll have no loss or signal degradation on long runs and quality wise it'll be very similar to broadcast HD content.
How does this compare to the one you posted?
Seems pretty much the same except for "better than 720P"....http://www.amazon.co.uk/Security-Weatherproof-Megapixels-Hi-Resolution-Vandalproof/dp/B00NZWIZYS/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1460120356&sr=1-1&keywords=poe+cctv
They're very similar but the one you posted has slightly higher resolution cameras.
Quality wise, you'd recommend them, yeah?
Mitch_s_s
freakstyler
/\ One of them or something similar. Look for a POE (Power over Ethernet) DVR system. They're about as plug and play as you can get and you only need to run one Ethernet cable to each Camera from the box - it carries both Data and Power. It might be £50 more than this Sumvision kit but it'll blow it away when it comes to quality with it being IP based you'll have no loss or signal degradation on long runs and quality wise it'll be very similar to broadcast HD content.
How does this compare to the one you posted?
Seems pretty much the same except for "better than 720P"....http://www.amazon.co.uk/Security-Weatherproof-Megapixels-Hi-Resolution-Vandalproof/dp/B00NZWIZYS/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1460120356&sr=1-1&keywords=poe+cctv

They're very similar but the one you posted has slightly higher resolution cameras.
freakstyler
/\ One of them or something similar. Look for a POE (Power over Ethernet) DVR system. They're about as plug and play as you can get and you only need to run one Ethernet cable to each Camera from the box - it carries both Data and Power. It might be £50 more than this Sumvision kit but it'll blow it away when it comes to quality with it being IP based you'll have no loss or signal degradation on long runs and quality wise it'll be very similar to broadcast HD content.

How does this compare to the one you posted?

Seems pretty much the same except for "better than 720P"....

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Security-Weatherproof-Megapixels-Hi-Resolution-Vandalproof/dp/B00NZWIZYS/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1460120356&sr=1-1&keywords=poe+cctv
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Sumvision Nemesis Ultra Mechanical Keyboard Blue Switch £57.97 @ Amazon sold by Bluestone Online

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For all that missed out buying a new keyboard on the last razer sale. Here is a keyboard which is equal if not better than the blackwidow ultimate. Both use the same type of mechanical switch and gree…
jesu13 Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago9 Comments
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I really don't like Razer Mechanical keyboards, so I doubt I'd like this.
imho, if you're going to spend that much money, rather get a non gimicky(LED) mechanical keyboard from a well known company such as corsair or coolermaster instead of Sumvision.
Sumvision ???

Is this not a brand that was widely sold at Lidl and Aldi some time ago ?
cawsmawr
I think yours caps button is stuck down on yours :)
If it is, he's had it.
Sumvision don't honour their guarantees.
I think yours caps button is stuck down on yours :)
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Sumvision® Oracle Wireless 720P IP Camera H.264 HD Hi Definition Pan, Android Smartphone viewing £38.99 @ Amazon sold by Bluestone Online

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The Sumvision IP camera product was surprisingly a very good purchase. Using the APPS account which hold both of our IP cameras. I can monitor my house and flat everywhere in the world from my Iphon…
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hi guys I know it's a old post but did any of you but this ?
I bought this and it arrived yesterday but having problems with the "ieye" app it's useless it hardly ever connects saying Target ID is offline.
Has anyone got this working on any other app ?
hadouken888
any good for toilets?
I think you've misunderstood the IP reference.
joshtbh
after spending years of trying to coerce a raspberry pi to do this job, I think i'm close to defeat and caving to buy one of these type things. The problem with the raspberry is providing an infrared light source in a neat way

Omg I was thinking about doing the same thing...you've saved me years by the sounds of it!
melted
I'd of thought that they'd be quite a high risk of it getting killed by creepy crawlies getting inside, as well as moisture and general corrosion, even if you keep it out of the rain.
A fixed waterproof one would be a fair bit cheaper, eg this is £26 from a UK address http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/111723328031?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT although It doesn't have wifi, or the memory card slot for local recording.
You can always use an ethernet over mains adaptor if you can't run a lan cable.

No beastie attacks so far (it's too cold for them where I live I guess) plus I like being able to pan around and see what's going on. I have a few pre-sets saved looking in various directions. I am so lazy, because it can be viewed from any browser or most generic free software, I even use it from whatever computery device I'm using if I hear a noise outside, rather than standing up to look out of the window.
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HereKittyKitty
Would this be okay fitted in a passage? Would condensation and soot be a problem (it's near a busy road so there's a lot of soot)
Rectal, vehicular or pedestrian ?
I've had a similar one installed outside for over a year on the underside of my soffit, still works a treat. It's an indoor DB Power IP camera posted on this site exactly one year ago. It's not exposed to direct rain, but certainly the wet ambient atmosphere, the cold and to an extent the frost. I set it up inside using the direct connection to my router then when wireless was set up I just got a 5v extension lead from e-bay (the wall-warts have short leads normally) extension and mounted it externally. It's been rock solid.

I'd of thought that they'd be quite a high risk of it getting killed by creepy crawlies getting inside, as well as moisture and general corrosion, even if you keep it out of the rain.

A fixed waterproof one would be a fair bit cheaper, eg this is £26 from a UK address http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/111723328031?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT although It doesn't have wifi, or the memory card slot for local recording.

You can always use an ethernet over mains adaptor if you can't run a lan cable.
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Sumvision Fully Programmable Mechanical Keyboard Nemesis Ultra Mechanical LED Gaming Keyboard £57.95 @ Amazon/Bluestone

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A friend recommended me this keyboard, and the cheapest place that I can get one. It is a very good mechanical gaming keyboard... I have been searching around, and can't find any decent one under £…
winlai Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago25 Comments
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Hi gamers! please can you help me...I want to buy my 17 yr old a wireless gaming keyboard for Xmas. He mainly plays strategy games on his PC. Can you recommend one for me as I am clueless...up to about £50...won't complain if cheaper! :) Thank you
It's hard to recommend a wireless gaming keyboard as wireless connections add some latency to the game. Also, there aren't many good wireless mechanical keyboards.
jodiehew
Hi gamers! please can you help me...I want to buy my 17 yr old a wireless gaming keyboard for Xmas. He mainly plays strategy games on his PC. Can you recommend one for me as I am clueless...up to about £50...won't complain if cheaper! :) Thank you


​try this or Rapoo KX Wireless mechanical Keyboard Fashionable Colors Wired & 5G Wireless keyboard With Multimedia Keys Pocket Nano Receiver
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Rapoo-KX-Wireless-mechanical-Keyboard-Fashionable-Colors-Wired-5G-Wireless-keyboard-With-Multimedia-Keys-Pocket-Nano/32468550735.html
(from AliExpress Android) or this Rk61 MINI Bluetooth Wireless&Wired Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Rainbow Backlight Portable Kaih MX Blue Switches
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Rk61-MINI-Bluetooth-Wireless-Wired-Mechanical-Gaming-Keyboard-Rainbow-Backlight-Portable-Kaih-MX-Blue-Switches/32440248693.html
(from AliExpress Android) both will take a while to arrive but are mechanical switches
Hi gamers! please can you help me...I want to buy my 17 yr old a wireless gaming keyboard for Xmas. He mainly plays strategy games on his PC. Can you recommend one for me as I am clueless...up to about £50...won't complain if cheaper! :) Thank you
good deal, heated
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Sumvision Cyclone Astro+ 7" Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Capacitive WiFi Tablet - 16GB AMAZON £73.69

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Bit cheaper than the Ebuyer one, and from Amazon. Seems like a cheapo tablet. My sister wants one for her 8 year old, so I was researching. Does this have Play Store??? Full Functionalit…
the1stcoke Avatar4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago11 Comments
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Been looking at this on the ebuyer website, tempted to buy for a christmas present but was holding out to see if anything better came along before christmas.
This is good build quality as I had one from eBuyer for £80 though the 8GB version, would buy again, build quality is good but of course it is not titanium chasis, metal framing and carbon fibre glass shell protected. Been using it since August and travelled half way round the world, no problem. As to whether it is robust or not, handle it as for any sensitive electronic gear (sensitively and gently) and it would be in excellent condition after a year+.

Edited By: splender on Oct 13, 2012 19:07: added text
Got one of these for my son about this price and thought it was good for the money. Big plus is that Play Store works out the box and no need for flashing a new ROM either.
Sent the third one back to Ebuyer and exchanged it for something else. Wouldn't recommend one.
I think this would be more suitable for kids than one of those LeapPad things. I'd say the level of education would follow a child as they grow, rather than learn F is for Frog over and over.
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