Seems a little pricey, look at these : http://cctvdirectbuy.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=23Brownie said:
Looks like the place to buy it and they appear to ship to Australia.cenote said:Seems a little pricey, look at these : http://cctvdirectbuy.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=23Brownie said:
Not sure if they ship over seas, but been dealing with them for a while, and have had nothing but positive experience.
A ring of Vasoline around the base stops them from crawling up.cenote said:Now if anybody has a way of keeping the spiders from climbing on the lenses every night and setting off the motion dedectors, please post
Kel, I also have been running the Geovision system for a few years now. Currently am using 6 cameras (night vision, color during the day) being fed by 75 ohm video cable with attached 16 gauge DC cable.kel said:A few years ago, after two break ins, we installed an IP system (Geovision) with 8 cameras (2 internal) to cover front and back (we have a back lane way) ... all motion controlled (very sensitive) + we added a motion light sensor unit and put up signs (which by law, you need to do ... a privacy thing)
Then a year later, at Christmas, our visiting crims, stopped by to chat ... and they said, "We can only see one camera!"
... and guess, which one ...
Not a camera ... but the motion sensor light!!! LOL!
Seriously though, to identify 'hoodies', you need cameras on the ground ... and if the police are doing their duty (which, in my case, they were), they would be easily able to identify those that are wearing a 'hoodie' on a hot Summer's night!