Yes very easily. Obviously not at night however as the IR just shows number plates as a reflection!
For those that have used this system, would they be able to clearly read a numberplate from 6/7 metres away? I need a basic and cheap system and this is the only one I have come across on a number of occasions! Thanks
Waterproof of course ;)
I n all honesty, yes and no. It all depends on what you from a CCTV system. If just for door entry + something to tell you someone was snooping around or takes something, then they may be fine. You can identify people from this set up, they would need to be quite close though, about 5 metres. But as said, you still need to buy a hard drive in order to record. Yes this is hot deal site, but when it comes to CCTV, it is better to spend more on the initial setup. Main thing to buy in the beginning is the DVR, full HD is best, then 960H or D1.
I dont think thats totally true . I would have said the 420tvl CMOS cameras would be the very basic low end cameras , these are Sony Super HAD CCD ,so you may be suprised to see the quality a little better .