(Sony CCD) CCTV Cameras, 2x Internal / 2x External with Cables & PSU £40.00 @ Ebuyer
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(Sony CCD) CCTV Cameras, 2x Internal / 2x External with Cables & PSU £40.00 @ Ebuyer

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Found 20th Feb 2014
I needed to replace two external cameras and thought this was very good value.

In the Box you get:

- 2 x Weatherproof SONY Colour CCD 420TVL Bullet camera for indoor and outdoor use
- 12 IR LEDs for 10 metre Night Vision even in complete darkness on the Bullet cameras
- 2 x Indoor SONY Colour CCD 420TVL Dome cameras with IR LEDs for Night Vision
- Including 4 x 18m BNC / Power cables
- Camera 12V PSU and DC splitter

£40 Delivered

NB:- Yes I Changed the Pictures. "Bra" Indeed :-)

If you order 2 off them - Free Delivery:)
- sofiasar

204 Comments

Original Poster

The build quality is excellent on both the internal and the external cameras, and the infra red range is very good indeed.
The night time vision is far better than my previous cameras, and I am able to see quite a lot of detail.
With four lots of cable, a PSU, and a 4-way splitter included in the box, I was amazed at the price.

£40 Delivered

Coupled up to an old PC with a DVR card fitted you have quite a capable CCTV system.

Couple DVR Daytime Pics
Couple of Night time Pics

Edited by: "kinell" 21st Feb 2014

Original Poster

The External cameras even have an adjustable sun shield, which I thought was a nice touch.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4286705/CCTV/2014-02-20%2023.12.17.jpg

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4286705/CCTV/2014-02-20%2023.13.06.jpg

Good for the price. Heat added.

So have you actually got them installed OP?

Original Poster

And for good Measure a Family Shot X)

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4286705/CCTV/2014-02-20%2023.23.34.jpg


I would just like to say that I did not pick the tablecloth oO
Edited by: "kinell" 21st Feb 2014

Also the camera's aren't Sony, the CCD is

Original Poster

Bunglistik

So have you actually got them installed OP?



Only the Externals, and I have to say they are brilliant.

I have a few more pic's as I knew I was going to have to post to HUKD

Original Poster

Bunglistik

Also the camera's aren't Sony, the CCD is



Adjusted the Title to reflect - Thanks

They are now £34.98inc. vat

would these add on to an existing CCTV set up for extra cameras?? For example, would it add to a SWANN receiver?

tomo_gt

They are now £34.98inc. vat

plus delivery?

Think it's a good price for the kit etc, but I'm told that the no. of lines is low (420). There are higher res. ones available. However, you pays yer money and gets yer product. Will prob be fine in the daytime this kit. If you want higher res or better night time results you may have to up the no. of lines.

A quick look around the net and they are around the £60 price tag, so this seems a good deal with more positive reviews then negative ones as well. Heat added OP.

quakerphil

plus delivery?


No. My bad
Edited by: "tomo_gt" 21st Feb 2014

420TVL - good if you like seeing minecraft pixelated images.
Sorry but this isn't really good and I appreciate it's cheap however, the image quality will be rubbish if you ever had to show images of intruders to Police. You're better of with a HD-SDI system or even connecting High res cameras using PoE.

A very, very good price. Google the price of the cables alone. 420tvl is ok for general recognition. Always remember when buying cameras with 700tvl+ and such, the recorded resolution will only be as good as your DVR spec. Heat added.

Original Poster

GSD

would these add on to an existing CCTV set up for extra cameras?? For … would these add on to an existing CCTV set up for extra cameras?? For example, would it add to a SWANN receiver?



I have added them to an old Maplins Sentient DVR, and they work just fine.
I don't doubt that there are a whole lot of technical specification that maybe/should be adhered to.

I went with 12V and winged it oO

Original Poster

Majnu

420TVL - good if you like seeing minecraft pixelated images.Sorry but … 420TVL - good if you like seeing minecraft pixelated images.Sorry but this isn't really good and I appreciate it's cheap however, the image quality will be rubbish if you ever had to show images of intruders to Police. You're better of with a HD-SDI system or even connecting High res cameras using PoE.



I have actually got these installed (Externally) and 420 lines or not - it certainly ain't Minecraft. (_;)

I am pleasantly surprised by the quality and the detail, more than enough for a Home CCTV system (both at Night and day)

I'm not guarding Fort Knox after all, If I were, I could afford and would buy very expensive cameras - ( and some big Dogs )

oO





Edited by: "kinell" 21st Feb 2014

Original Poster

neilcaldwell

Think it's a good price for the kit etc, but I'm told that the no. of … Think it's a good price for the kit etc, but I'm told that the no. of lines is low (420). There are higher res. ones available. However, you pays yer money and gets yer product. Will prob be fine in the daytime this kit. If you want higher res or better night time results you may have to up the no. of lines.



It's really quite good at night - I was surprised. I have a weather station, and I was able to pick out the anemometer spinning, in complete darkness, at about 7M during testing.

(Yes I have a weather station - I am sad )

ordered thanks for a newbie like me what else do i need with it?

quakerphil

plus delivery?

it says free next day delivery for me

Great! Thanks now I can make sure no one steals all the pointless stuff I have purchased off Hot UK Deals.

Original Poster

rhodyate

it says free next day delivery for me



Its free delivery if over £50 or something similar

Original Poster

humadoon

ordered thanks for a newbie like me what else do i need with it?



You will need a DVR or DVR Card to add into a PC, or a USB DVR to add to a laptop.

Most come with some basic CCTV monitoring software.

I personally like Ispy
Edited by: "kinell" 21st Feb 2014

Original Poster

TheBoss96

Great! Thanks now I can make sure no one steals all the pointless stuff I … Great! Thanks now I can make sure no one steals all the pointless stuff I have purchased off Hot UK Deals.



I am tempted to point the cameras at each other, in case someone tries to 'alf inch one

Bought these Securix cameras last time they were on offer. I actually got the 540 line Securix camera and DVR system and bought these as back up in case one of them fails.

The Securix cameras are really well built, the 540 lines ones have an extra set of ir night lights, but otherwise looks very similar.

Original Poster

Just bought a USB DVR, and will set up the two dome cameras in the garage to keep an eye on the "Beer Fridge"among other things!

Nah ...its the Fridge

Original Poster

Shock

Bought these Securix cameras last time they were on offer. I actually got … Bought these Securix cameras last time they were on offer. I actually got the 540 line Securix camera and DVR system and bought these as back up in case one of them fails.The Securix cameras are really well built, the 540 lines ones have an extra set of ir night lights, but otherwise looks very similar.



I agree, they do appear to be very well made and quite sturdy, given the price. I truly was quite shocked.
When it arrived with cables, PSU & splitter - even more so - (Note to self : I must read all the gumph on future purchases )

good price

Banned

now what do I do. I bought dummy cameras from lidl £6.99 x3

or get these
you lot are right geeks at tech.
how does the laptop DVR work , for instance after using my laptop it would switch off or sleep. would this still record.??
very very tempting lol
I'll have to give the lidl ones back because these work out cheaper and sound real

Anyone got any pics of what they actually look like? (in terms of quality of video/photo from them)
Edited by: "DarkBat1" 21st Feb 2014

OP - please can you post some sample images to show the quality?

Seems to be good price will have a look at these

anyone any thoughts on a cheap DVR?

barnzla

anyone any thoughts on a cheap DVR?



CPC have a good one for the price...

cpc.farnell.com/jsp…xml

No HDD though but you might have one lying around already.
Edited by: "Maskarova" 21st Feb 2014

Can't go wrong at that price & they're Sony!!!!

as a newbie...

so you stick these cameras wherever....

but where do you stick those wires? I know I have to buy a DVR or whatever they're called.. but wires will be attached to that and other side attached the camera?

attached to to the camera*

is there like a video tutorial I can watch on how to install these...

Good price.. Hot from me.

Although I have put Ethernet for that purpose and now looking for IP home monitoring.. Any recommendations for affordable system (both outdoor and indoor) most welcome.

Majnu

420TVL - good if you like seeing minecraft pixelated images.Sorry but … 420TVL - good if you like seeing minecraft pixelated images.Sorry but this isn't really good and I appreciate it's cheap however, the image quality will be rubbish if you ever had to show images of intruders to Police. You're better of with a HD-SDI system or even connecting High res cameras using PoE.


idiot spouting crap u have read of the net.!
these would be fine for most domestic situations and if fitted correctly at appropriate height and distance from target area. these will give useable police evidence.
heat from me.
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