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Wireless CCTV As Low As £18.79!
Wireless CCTV As Low As £18.79!

Wireless CCTV As Low As £18.79!

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Scan Wireless CCTV Colour Camera with TV Connection (Battery/Mains) £18.79 (Collect or Free Delivery*) or £25.81 Delivered

Scan Wireless CCTV Colour Camera + Infrared night vision capability and TV Connection £21.14 (Collect or Free Delivery*) or £28.16 Delivered

These weatherproof High-Resolution Bullet cameras utilize a Sony 1/3" CCD image sensor and are available in color white. The regular black and white rates at an incredible 0.01 lux with 480 lines resolution, while the Color rates at 2.0 lux (WOW!) with 380 lines. the camera comes with a 3.6mm wide angle lens which offers you a larger range of view and because each include an internal Auto-Iris, all will automatically adjust to light changes! They're extremely small (regular approx. 2", w/Infrared approx. 3") and can fit almost anywhere you like! Folks.

If you're wanting a high quality camera at an unheard of LOW price, look no further

Wireless transmission, small size, light weight, low power consumption, high sensibility, easy operation and installation.

Has a wireless range of approximatly 35 Meters

*Some customers can get free delivery


P.S.U. TYPE : 12V 200Ma
Power Consumption : 360mw (day)
Transmit Power : 200mW
Camera : 803VP
Receiving Frequency Channel : Video Fine Tunning Type
TV system : PAL
Frequency Range : 1.39G, 50M
Colour of Receiver : Silver
Resolution : 300K

CCTV camara can be powered via an AC adaptor or can be used compleatly wirelessly by using the battery adaptor which allows the camera to be powered by a standard 9v battery.

Easy installation and operation

1.Connect the antenna with the receiver.
2.Connect the output of receiver with monitor using the supplied AV wire,
3.Plug power jack of DC power supply(9V.12V.500mA)into the power socket of the receiver(the power indicator is on),
4.Plug power jack of DC power socket of the camera (battery of the same voltage is acceptable)
Fine tune to the desired position(until the images of wireless camera is received),
Adjust the camera to best position.

- Richierea

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£23.49 including VAT as I've found from the website. Please check your info & link.

buspbp

£23.49 including VAT as I've found from the website. Please check your … £23.49 including VAT as I've found from the website. Please check your info & link.



Don't know where you're looking, but on the link provided which works fine, scroll down 3 page lengths and there they are, £15.99 plus vat = 18.79

It is a one day only price though from the website - voted hot - thanks!

Scan Wireless CCTV Colour Camera with TV Connection (Battery/Mains) £15.99 inc vat £18.79
Scan Wireless CCTV Colour Camera + Infrared night vision capability and TV Connection £17.99 inc vat £21.14

Voted HOT, I think this is a great price for Wireless Colour Camera

do these cameras automatically switch your TV's AV channel to the camera view when someone walks past it?

releaseyourself

do these cameras automatically switch your TV's AV channel to the camera … do these cameras automatically switch your TV's AV channel to the camera view when someone walks past it?



I don't think so.
Here are the specs:-

These weatherproof High-Resolution Bullet cameras utilize a Sony 1/3" CCD image sensor and are available in color white. The regular black and white rates at an incredible 0.01 lux with 480 lines resolution, while the Color rates at 2.0 lux (WOW!) with 420 lines. the camera comes with a 3.6mm wide angle lens which offers you a larger range of view and because each include an internal Auto-Iris, all will automatically adjust to light changes! They're extremely small (regular approx. 2", w/Infrared approx. 3") and can fit almost anywhere you like! Folks.

If you're wanting a high quality camera at an unheard of LOW price, look no further



You could Google the model number for the instructions.

Just bought one of these and with delivery it was £28.16

17.99
5.98 carriage
4.19 VAT

Total £28.16

Still as cheap as chips for a colour and Infra red night vision camera inc the connection to the TV or Video...:thumbsup:

Superb deal and cheapest I have seen anywhere, normally these in Maplins go for around the 100 quid mark...:)

Fantastic post Airey....:)

Seems Good to me.voted hot

Once you receive these would someone please review them, cheers

*Drools while rubbing hands together* da power... DA POWER! :w00t: :evil:

"Today Only: Thursday 1st February 2007"

Erm... aren't we on the 2nd of Feb? =S

must resist ... must resist ...

Today Only: Thursday 1st February 2007"Erm... aren't we on the 2nd of … Today Only: Thursday 1st February 2007"Erm... aren't we on the 2nd of Feb? =S




Errrrhhhh yeah your dead right Quackstar...;-)

Good job I got my order in at 23:54 on the 1st of Feb 2007 Innit....:-D he he he....

Who's a lucky boy then...:)

crazylegs

Errrrhhhh yeah your dead right Quackstar...;-) Good job I got my order in … Errrrhhhh yeah your dead right Quackstar...;-) Good job I got my order in at 23:54 on the 1st of Feb 2007 Innit....:-D he he he....Who's a lucky boy then...:)



We have a "Winner!", guess they only deserve to be in the hands of the good ( you are good right?!... lol)... Awww I miss out on so much evil fun :whistling:

crazylegs

Errrrhhhh yeah your dead right Quackstar...;-) Good job I got my order in … Errrrhhhh yeah your dead right Quackstar...;-) Good job I got my order in at 23:54 on the 1st of Feb 2007 Innit....:-D he he he....Who's a lucky boy then...:)



Hmmmmm got me worried now. Ordered mine about 12:20 but they appear to have taken my money already though.
looking at the website the "1 day" items change approx 12pm every day. So it looks like it runs from midday to midday which technically makes it a 2 day deal I guess!!

you are good right?!... lol)... Awww I miss out on so much evil fun



Oh yes all good me....

Check out my other deal to prove how good I really am...:p

hotukdeals.com/for…851

Not the same box and the camera looks slightly different but looks pretty much the same. Seems like a good deal then :thumbsup:

paramountzone.com/spy…htm

ebay is your friend

The price is good, usually about £50 on eBay, one warning though the quality is **** above say 7 metres, they certainly don't have anywhere near the range of a decent IP wireless camera.

HAHAHAHAHAHA - £23.82 Delivery charge to Northern Ireland. Bandits

Thanks OP but I think ill pass!

still there, i just ordered one. Thanks OP

hi can anyone tell me the differnce between the two models on offer here as they look the same?just two different prices. also how long would one of these run on a standard 9v battery ? and would this mean an aditional purchase of an adapter to run off mains?
i thought thet wirless was excactly that but these will still have leads connecting to them.
im looking to get somthing like this to watch the theiving neighbours!!

katya1971

hi can anyone tell me the differnce between the two models on offer here … hi can anyone tell me the differnce between the two models on offer here as they look the same?just two different prices. also how long would one of these run on a standard 9v battery ? and would this mean an aditional purchase of an adapter to run off mains?i thought thet wirless was excactly that but these will still have leads connecting to them.im looking to get somthing like this to watch the theiving neighbours!!



Check out your local Aldi or Lidl store, one of them had these as well. They said the battery power would last up to about 4 hours.

The difference between the two is the night vision/led on one. The wire that comes with it is to provide power from your plug and not to use the battery option. You can use the battery option where you can't get a power lead to, like the endof your garden.

Just remember it is 'illegal' to point the camera off your property or catch any strangers on it without letting them know they are been watched. Stupid I know, but that is the PC crowd at work in Brussels for ya, let the burgular know he is being filmed - lol :giggle:

:? that's the main reason of my purchase :).

Crazy1

Just remember it is 'illegal' to point the camera off your property or … Just remember it is 'illegal' to point the camera off your property or catch any strangers on it without letting them know they are been watched.

Gonna order one of these, anyone know how to get the free delivery?

suniil

:? that's the main reason of my purchase :).



get a tiny little sign made thats says that passers by might be filmed..... then put an overgrown bush infront of it!!

Crazy1

...Just remember it is 'illegal' to point the camera off your property or … ...Just remember it is 'illegal' to point the camera off your property or catch any strangers on it without letting them know they are been watched. Stupid I know, but that is the PC crowd at work in Brussels for ya, let the burgular know he is being filmed - lol :giggle:



This is a very common misunderstanding and is totally untrue. CCTV installed for domestic purposes is exempt from the Data Protection Act under Section 36 when it is used "for the conduct of one's household affairs" . You can record public spaces all day long and keep the images for as long as you like and nobody can do anything about it so long as you can reasonably argue that to do so relates to the running of your domestic affairs (inc. safety/security).

ficosaneil

get a tiny little sign made thats says that passers by might be … get a tiny little sign made thats says that passers by might be filmed..... then put an overgrown bush infront of it!!



Ditto this. Only businesses need signs and are legally required to accede to subject access requests. Domestic CCTV is only covered by Building & Planning regulations which detail how far the camera should be off the ground and away from other cameras and how many can be on each wall etc. Additionally, if someone thought you were specifically harassing or intimidating them with your CCTV setup, they could call the police to look into it and you might be asked to point it elsewhere.

Google "doktorjon" if you want a bit more info on the above. I actually had all this confirmed by my local Crime Prevention Officer. TBH, I think the police are quite happy for people to think that Home CCTV is potentially illegal and it is arguably in the public interest for that to be so (!) but, nevertheless, it isn't.

HTH,
Mike.

Nice first post there mike very informative...:thumbsup: rep left..

:thumbsup:
crazylegs

Nice first post there mike very informative...:thumbsup: rep left..



That's what I thought, repping as well....:thumbsup:

[QUOTE=ficosaneil]get a tiny little sign made thats says that passers by might be filmed..... then put an overgrown bush infront of it!![/QUOTE

well i have seen other neighbours with them up and there are no signs in their windows, so guess i can join their gang and see where it takes me.

i want to monitor who comes to my door ect as im on my own with my kids its for our saftey as much as for catching the thief.
i would check aldi/lidl first but i think that the battery power would be a bit useless if it only lasts four hours as i would forget to change it and miss all the action!!:whistling:

anyone know what the adaptor type is for this unit?

If anyone has these cameras setup on a auto record system with a pc tv card, please post your setup.

katya1971

anyone know what the adaptor type is for this unit?



It is almost certainly a scart plug/socket, I have 3 three different units and they have scart plugs, apart from the wireless ip camera which of course uses the pc for viewing and recording in time delay mode. Clever.:giggle:

I've had some experience using an infrared wireless cctv setup some years ago. I suspected my neighbour was vandalising my car...severely keyed on all sides...nails in tyres etc. He was a nasty piece of work. I set the camera up quite discreetly and its field of view covered the front of the property. Unfortunately never caught him up to anything but I never had any trouble after installing it so obviously was a good deterrent!

got one at £28.16 delivered, deals still on guys!! gr8 find

crazylegs

Nice first post there mike very informative...:thumbsup: rep left..


Crazy1

:thumbsup: That's what I thought, repping as well....:thumbsup:



Thanks Crazypeople

I just googled for the relevant bit of legislation:

opsi.gov.uk/act…htm

Domestic purposes.

36. Personal data processed by an individual only for the purposes of that individual's personal, family or household affairs (including recreational purposes) are exempt from the data protection principles and the provisions of Parts II and III.


But beware, online forums contain true tales of folk who have been visited by Plod and ordered to take CCTV cameras down as they are in breach of the DPA or are otherwise encroaching on others' human rights or whatever. This is erroneous and eventually all affected Plods have been forced to admit as much where the householder has taken them to task.

Of course, anyone could file a case against you at the European Court of Human Rights. See you in Strasbourg in six years time :whistling:

Mike.

Flimber

This is a very common misunderstanding and is totally untrue. CCTV … This is a very common misunderstanding and is totally untrue. CCTV installed for domestic purposes is exempt from the Data Protection Act under Section 36 when it is used "for the conduct of one's household affairs" . You can record public spaces all day long and keep the images for as long as you like and nobody can do anything about it so long as you can reasonably argue that to do so relates to the running of your domestic affairs (inc. safety/security).Ditto this. Only businesses need signs and are legally required to accede to subject access requests. Domestic CCTV is only covered by Building & Planning regulations which detail how far the camera should be off the ground and away from other cameras and how many can be on each wall etc. Additionally, if someone thought you were specifically harassing or intimidating them with your CCTV setup, they could call the police to look into it and you might be asked to point it elsewhere.Google "doktorjon" if you want a bit more info on the above. I actually had all this confirmed by my local Crime Prevention Officer. TBH, I think the police are quite happy for people to think that Home CCTV is potentially illegal and it is arguably in the public interest for that to be so (!) but, nevertheless, it isn't. If you ever record footage that could be use in court the police won't touch it unless you've done this in my experience.HTH,Mike.

The latest guidance says, the Data Protection Act requires registration if 4 or more CCTV's are in use, or at least one with zoom facilities, so as to be able to focus on an individual.

I have a home CCTV set-up and have had to put up signs (police request) and also register for Data Protections (costs £35). If you recorded footage that needs to be acted on in court the police would be reluctant to present it to the CPS if you haven't got the signs at very least.

wacko911

HAHAHAHAHAHA - £23.82 Delivery charge to Northern Ireland. BanditsThanks … HAHAHAHAHAHA - £23.82 Delivery charge to Northern Ireland. BanditsThanks OP but I think ill pass!



They are not the bandits, its CityLink (the courier company) - we use them too and they charge a huge premium for anything off the mainland.

Zedmeister

They are not the bandits, its CityLink (the courier company) - we use … They are not the bandits, its CityLink (the courier company) - we use them too and they charge a huge premium for anything off the mainland.


Strange how other companies can send to NI without this incredible overcharge :x Don't mind having to pay a small surcharge, but this is just extracting the Michael, they may as well say they don't wish to sell to NI. Btw, have they not heard of Parcelforce for example :roll:

Great deal all the same............ for all you mainlanders.

Johnnypanic

Ordered!

BTW to answer my own question - to get free delivery you'll need to collect it from the depot at Bolton.

HeadStAtE!

The latest guidance says, the Data Protection Act requires registration … The latest guidance says, the Data Protection Act requires registration if 4 or more CCTV's are in use, or at least one with zoom facilities, so as to be able to focus on an individual.I have a home CCTV set-up and have had to put up signs (police request) and also register for Data Protections (costs £35). If you recorded footage that needs to be acted on in court the police would be reluctant to present it to the CPS if you haven't got the signs at very least.



On the subject of legal use, I think that video use of the 1.3Ghz frequency band in the UK might actually be illegal without a license - I think you are meant to use 2.4Ghz. I could be wrong mind but most of the camera coming from Hong Kong that you see on eBay operate in the 1.3Ghz band.

rav79

is this one not better and similar price



I bought one off eBay once although not night vision and it was a load of cr*p. Complete waste of money.

p.s. you'll probably get a smacked wrist for the eBay link!
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