Aldi Home Security 4 Camera set up - £169.99
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Aldi Home Security 4 Camera set up - £169.99

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Found 5th Apr
Just surfing for a home camera set up and found this. What do you think.
Thanks in advance.
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    Blitz848415 m ago

    Specs looks good, don't need high specs unless you have an estate to scope …Specs looks good, don't need high specs unless you have an estate to scope larger areas. Standard House size, this us more than enough. With 3 years warranty. What have you got to lose?


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    Seems a really good price. I've been looking for something similar too, and it's tempting at that price.

    Thanks for sharing
    720 waste of time.....
    cruisecars2 m ago

    720 waste of time.....

    As long as the lenses and IR are good quality then 720 would be fine.
    Edited by: "stefromuk" 5th Apr
    Anybody know what smartphone app this uses? Thanks.
    Specs looks good, don't need high specs unless you have an estate to scope larger areas. Standard House size, this us more than enough. With 3 years warranty. What have you got to lose?
    Cameras which aren't poe type cameras give fairly grainy pics but fine for keeping a general eye on things. I cant comment on this system but I installed a system from sannce for a friend recently. I think it was around £100 for a four camera system and then a hard drive at around 70 pound. If you have plenty of money the poe cameras will give a better picture that would actually be HD but are generally more expensive that this.
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    AndyRoyd6 m ago

    Anybody know what smartphone app this uses? Thanks.

    Just says iOS & Android compatible app? Will let you know.
    Thanks op
    Blitz848415 m ago

    Specs looks good, don't need high specs unless you have an estate to scope …Specs looks good, don't need high specs unless you have an estate to scope larger areas. Standard House size, this us more than enough. With 3 years warranty. What have you got to lose?


    ₤169.99
    Zosi 1080p system with smart phone app on Amazon is around £30 more 2 years warranty Im very happy with mine
    not sure 720p would be enough for me
    The DVR looks very similar to the sannce one I got from Amazon.

    The cons I see is the 720p, and bnc connectors.
    izzy_flint13 m ago

    Just says iOS & Android compatible app? Will let you know.


    Mmm, quick websearch suggests it uses questionable NPView app with users stating "Utter rubbish" and "Worst app in the world literally. Rubbish!!": play.google.com/sto…_GB
    Bilbo19685 m ago

    ₤169.99


    Warranty... If it breaks, take it back within 3 years!

    If it's not up to your standard after setting the DVR & Cams up, take it back within 28 days for refund.
    Seems over priced to me for 720p.

    You'd be better spending an extra £75 for a 1080p 2tb swann kit Here

    Or Here's a kit on ebay for £139.99 - comes with 1080p cameras, a 1080n DVR with 1tb hard drive. So you'll not be recording in full 1080p but it'll still be better than 720p. It'll take an extra 4 cameras too.
    Edited by: "barny321" 5th Apr
    It's not a bad price for a simple system but u can get some decent small WiFi cams for £30 each and a free app
    Checkout the yi cams on Amazon, they are sooooo easy to set up on free app. All you need is a 32gb memory card
    Good price...I paid more than this for a single Hikvision camera!
    33584602-gcLl3.jpgIt's not a bad price for a simple system but u can get some decent small WiFi cams for £30 each and a free app. This is on a yi cam shooting through a window
    If you want to be able to rely on footage in court should the worst happen then I doubt 720 would cut it - would suggest additional research first as images must be of "good quality". (from own bitter experience).
    madmick66624 m ago

    [Image] It's not a bad price for a simple system but u can get some decent …[Image] It's not a bad price for a simple system but u can get some decent small WiFi cams for £30 each and a free app. This is on a yi cam shooting through a window


    Picture images are generally good with most cctv BUT video footage can be different all together in my experience - have you got a link for the y cam you recommend compared to this ?
    Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 5th Apr
    pennyfarthing8817 m ago

    Picture images are generally good with most cctv BUT video footage can be …Picture images are generally good with most cctv BUT video footage can be different all together in my experience - have you got a link for the y cam you recommend compared to this ?


    Sorry tried to post some video but am not able too. If you YouTube yi cam might find some
    madmick66625 m ago

    Sorry tried to post some video but am not able too. If you YouTube yi cam …Sorry tried to post some video but am not able too. If you YouTube yi cam might find some


    No worries I’ll pass on your suggestion though, don’t wanna waste my time trying to find videos on YouTube when I thought you have a set up of your own with a link to reviews from others
    Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 5th Apr
    Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained on my house, by an obsessive neighbour. He sends me various text messages etc when I drive past the cameras, very weird!
    edwardo19737 m ago

    Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained o …Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained on my house, by an obsessive neighbour. He sends me various text messages etc when I drive past the cameras, very weird!


    I think your neighbour likes you ..... a lot
    madmick66653 m ago

    [Image] It's not a bad price for a simple system but u can get some decent …[Image] It's not a bad price for a simple system but u can get some decent small WiFi cams for £30 each and a free app. This is on a yi cam shooting through a window


    Agree. I’ve got both the outdoor Yi and indoor pointing out the window. 1080p and job done well
    edwardo197313 m ago

    Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained o …Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained on my house, by an obsessive neighbour. He sends me various text messages etc when I drive past the cameras, very weird!



    edwardo197313 m ago

    Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained o …Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained on my house, by an obsessive neighbour. He sends me various text messages etc when I drive past the cameras, very weird!



    They are breaking the law, which is quite a serious offence with cctv
    madmick66616 m ago

    They are breaking the law, which is quite a serious offence with cctv


    What law, our local council boss says my neighbour’s no doing anything wrong!
    pennyfarthing8822 m ago

    I think your neighbour likes you ..... a lot


    That’s what my wife thinks!:/
    edwardo197343 m ago

    Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained o …Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained on my house, by an obsessive neighbour. He sends me various text messages etc when I drive past the cameras, very weird!


    This suggests it’s not breaking the law and, in summary, tough luck

    yourprivacy.co.uk/cct…tml
    edwardo19736 h, 23 m ago

    Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained o …Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained on my house, by an obsessive neighbour. He sends me various text messages etc when I drive past the cameras, very weird!


    Information Commissioners Office summary: capturing images exclusively of the camera operators own property is ok; but capturing anything beyond the camera operator's own property may require DPA registration, signs, etc. ico.org.uk/for…ty/
    "If your camera covers, even partially, any areas beyond the boundaries of your property, such as neighbouring gardens or the street, then it will no longer be exempt from the Data Protection Act (DPA) under the domestic purposes exemption. This does not mean that you are breaching the DPA but it does mean that you might need to take some steps to comply with it."
    edwardo19736 h, 26 m ago

    Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained o …Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained on my house, by an obsessive neighbour. He sends me various text messages etc when I drive past the cameras, very weird!


    ...and serve the neighbour an SAR every time you drive by and / or receive a text message related to camera footage ico.org.uk/for…on/
    Blitz84849 h, 51 m ago

    Specs looks good, don't need high specs unless you have an estate to scope …Specs looks good, don't need high specs unless you have an estate to scope larger areas. Standard House size, this us more than enough. With 3 years warranty. What have you got to lose?


    Time
    edwardo19739 h, 52 m ago

    Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained o …Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained on my house, by an obsessive neighbour. He sends me various text messages etc when I drive past the cameras, very weird!


    Legally you cannot use video footage that is beyond the boundary of your property. Only the Police can use it. We have a school near us and one of the cars got bumped. I could not give the footage to the car owner only the Police.

    If you want a good quality system have a look at this site - hdcctv.co.uk/ obviously more expensive than the system here. 10% off in April with code APRIL18. My system has been up 5 years, only had to replace a noisy cooling fan in the recorder.
    From the start the picture quality gradually goes down, so a cheap system will soon need replacing. I had to install more Infra Red illuminators to get the night pictures just right. At the end of the day you are protecting your property and your family.

    If you have had cavity wall insulation done then knock out the nearest plug in the hole they drilled, for the cables, then you only have to drill through one brick, makes life easier. Loft is the easiest place to run cables and gets your cameras high up where they cannot be tampered with.
    Edited by: "whathesmeg" 6th Apr
    edwardo19739 h, 42 m ago

    Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained o …Anyone know the official stance on cctv intrusion? I’ve 3 cameras trained on my house, by an obsessive neighbour. He sends me various text messages etc when I drive past the cameras, very weird!


    Stick a big picture of The Krankies on your house. They'll soon train the cameras elsewhere....
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    Krizzo31 h, 49 m ago

    Time


    If your worried about time so much, you need to get off Hot Deals the amount of time you spend on here
    jamgin1 h, 0 m ago

    Stick a big picture of The Krankies on your house. They'll soon train the …Stick a big picture of The Krankies on your house. They'll soon train the cameras elsewhere....[Image]


    Nah wouldn’t work north of the border, they’d love it
    barneyonion13 h, 27 m ago

    Cameras which aren't poe type cameras give fairly grainy pics but fine for …Cameras which aren't poe type cameras give fairly grainy pics but fine for keeping a general eye on things. I cant comment on this system but I installed a system from sannce for a friend recently. I think it was around £100 for a four camera system and then a hard drive at around 70 pound. If you have plenty of money the poe cameras will give a better picture that would actually be HD but are generally more expensive that this.


    Hi Barney. POE stands for Power Over Ethernet. It doesn't affect the quality of the picture. It's just more convenient with regards to wiring. However, I do agree that 720 is a little low if you want good footage of identifiable characteristics.
    madmick66613 h, 54 m ago

    [Image] It's not a bad price for a simple system but u can get some decent …[Image] It's not a bad price for a simple system but u can get some decent small WiFi cams for £30 each and a free app. This is on a yi cam shooting through a window


    What's that camera?
    I've been researching for ages and it seems you need at least 1080 or 4k as by the time you zoom In on 720 a lot of quality is lost and you can't see who. Is who...
    Gavin011 h, 17 m ago

    I've been researching for ages and it seems you need at least 1080 or 4k …I've been researching for ages and it seems you need at least 1080 or 4k as by the time you zoom In on 720 a lot of quality is lost and you can't see who. Is who...


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