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CCTV Camera @ Woolworths was £40 now only £14.50

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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
Description

Keep a beady eye on your property with this sturdy Black and White CCTV Camera. This waterproof camera is ideal for protecting your home, office or garage.

Features

60° viewing angle
3.6mm lens focal length
352 x 288 pixels
Auto electronic shutter
Easy installation 'plug and play' connect to TV via SCART
Night vision via infrared LEDs

Waterproof
18m cable
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1 Like #1
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#2
good deal, voted hot.

dont forget to add delivery (£4.95 )
#3
rasanh;1582969
good deal, voted hot.

dont forget to add delivery (£4.95 )

Not necessary as I presume most people would collect in store:thumbsup:
banned#4
this one is probably better, extra £15 but is colour and has more IR lights. The first one will be ok for day but on a night will have an extremely limited range

Voted hot though as its a good price for something like this
#5
colinsunderland
this one is probably better, extra £15 but is colour and has more IR lights. The first one will be ok for day but on a night will have an extremely limited range

Voted hot though as its a good price for something like this


Says it's black and white! :?
#6
would they work behing the window pane? The reason i ask is that i park my car on the road therefore it will not be at the same place everytime. If i had a camera which i can rotate then thats ideal. If not then may be forced to have it inside so i can rotate it.
banned#7
D00nhamer
Says it's black and white! :?


:oops: so it does
it will still be much better in the dark though, I've tried one of the first ones and they really are rubbish

they aren't great behind glass, i tried mine like that once. How far away from your house is the road?
#8
colinsunderland


they aren't great behind glass, i tried mine like that once. How far away from your house is the road?


Just have a small garden at front, the pavement and then my car. The distance from the front of house to the car is the length of a mondeo car.
banned#9
you would be lucky if the first one would be able to see your car in proper dark let alone behind glass. The second one may reach it but wouldn't be great. If you have street lights close that will help.
#10
How is it powered?
#11
Im a cctv engineer and this will be absolute ****! you will not be able to use it for evidence, but suppose it will be ok for a laugh!
#12
what do you recommend then?
#13
sparky83
Im a cctv engineer and this will be absolute ****! you will not be able to use it for evidence, but suppose it will be ok for a laugh!


Totally agree... security wise, you are better off with a halogen security light and pir sensor for around a tenner than this piece of s***
#14
gary_rip
what do you recommend then?



maplin usually have decent equipment for reasonable prices,
especially if you catch it while they have them on special offer which they often do.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?TabID=1&ModuleNo=98269&doy=11m4
#15
spend a little extra money and get a decent cctv..
#16
gary_rip
what do you recommend then?


I got cameras and hd box from maplin, they are brilliant, paid quite a bit though about 18 months ago, but really easy to install
#17
I'm very tight for money at the moment but need a cctv set up to see if my neighbour is damaging my property. I commited to it but not commited enough to sit through 8 hours of video, even on fast forward. Is there one that doesn't cost the earth but is motion sesitive? It doesn't need to be colour, have sound or infra red night vision.
#18
dave2
I'm very tight for money at the moment but need a cctv set up to see if my neighbour is damaging my property. I commited to it but not commited enough to sit through 8 hours of video, even on fast forward. Is there one that doesn't cost the earth but is motion sesitive? It doesn't need to be colour, have sound or infra red night vision.


Get yourself a decent webcam, and software to detect movement... only grabs the action when something is happening.
#19
Anything fitted by a professional is likely to start at a £1000 and even that is cheap. Ive seen teh Maplin kits but the professional cameras we buy are more expensive than a digital video recorder kit from maplins! A lot of cheap CCTV comes from china, I cant say how good it is, just we wouldnt be allowed to install it at work!
#20
sparky83
Im a cctv engineer and this will be absolute ****! you will not be able to use it for evidence, but suppose it will be ok for a laugh!


I presume it would be enough to use it for evidence to "sort your neighbours out with own justice" though, as they keep ****ing with my car. Have caught one putting boxes on my car red handed, and another neighbour was close to my car when the alarm went off and I went outside and found egg on my car with them claiming to be looking as the alarm was going off, yeah right. Just want to know who did what and either ask them not to do it in future "got you on CCTV etc" or persuade them with a baseball bat. I can't understand why the lack of respect for other people's property - seems someone needs to teach them something their parents didn't.
#21
On a truly serious note, woud a lamp like this help improve the picture at night if found to be inadequate? ebay item number 120245266711, although that seller has zero ratings so probably best not buy off them.
#22
I bought something similar and found that the infrared led's get reflected in the glass when in the dark. I would suggest Sony's "super had sensor camera" not cheap but ultra low lux.
#23
Resolution of 352 x 288 pixels ?!?!

The image will look like its been done on Etch-a -sketch !!

Voted cold - Not everything that's cheap is a bargain !
#24
gizmouk
Resolution of 352 x 288 pixels ?!?!

The image will look like its been done on Etch-a -sketch !!

Voted cold - Not everything that's cheap is a bargain !


VHS VCR resolution isn't any better.
#25
This is cold. [url]www.inesun.com[/url]. 1/3" CCD is important or the quality will suck.
#26
Update - had this camera in use for a month now. It is positioned behind the window looking out. The reason being i can position it so it can cover my car where i find parking space. For the price the quality is good. It is good during night as well. You do get a bit of reflection from the glass but it varies.

True you will not be able to read the number plate clearly etc but it is suitable to keep an eye on things.
#27
sparky83
Anything fitted by a professional is likely to start at a £1000 and even that is cheap. Ive seen teh Maplin kits but the professional cameras we buy are more expensive than a digital video recorder kit from maplins! A lot of cheap CCTV comes from china, I cant say how good it is, just we wouldnt be allowed to install it at work!


£1000 your having a laugh! your better off having your stuff nicked and paying to replace it than paying that! Or just claim off the insurance
#28
Depends what you are protecting. I get even with the culprits in my own little way that I cant discuss here.

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