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ed

posted on 19th Nov 08 at 12:10

We've got IP cameras which work over our network on the farm...


Doldy

posted on 13th Nov 08 at 17:58

I have it, i have wierless cameras that link to my PC. Totally awesome. Got them off eBay was 200 iirc and has 4 cams, receiver box and software!


JadeM

posted on 13th Nov 08 at 16:18

We had CCTV in our back garden - problems with the neighbours. It wasnt connected up, but was pointing at there property. The cops arrived and made us move it. Even though it wasn't connected they said it was an offence as we were putting our neighbours in 'a state of fear and alarm' by having it pointing at there house - therefore they could charge us with a Breach of the Peace :|

PS They said if it was connected and filming in our own garden it would be ok :thumbs:


John

posted on 12th Nov 08 at 23:06

The web interface of one of the cameras, I got good cameras but a cheap capture card, the reason it was cheap is because of the extremely bad software, it does the job though.


neoquip

posted on 12th Nov 08 at 22:56

our kits very much like this
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=220753

but with only three camera, i think our cameras a a bit better too.. these look more like ours..
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=33744

very happy with it.

just remember, each camera needs a power supply for it and the recoder does too.r


John

posted on 12th Nov 08 at 21:29

I've got a couple connected to a server in my loft (that was 100% required, wasn't anything to do with me also being able to leave it on downloading torrents :o ) and sent round to all the tv's in the house, different cameras on different channels.
Don't really care about rules and regulations, wouldn't be going to the police with it anyway.


pow

posted on 12th Nov 08 at 20:54

I'm thinking about this now...

Would be good to know the rules and regs


Cosmo

posted on 12th Nov 08 at 19:18

:lol:


neoquip

posted on 12th Nov 08 at 19:13

I think I've seen your cameras in use in your shop...
is this it...?
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=R7z1qglKe2M


Cosmo

posted on 12th Nov 08 at 18:20

We have CCTV after one of our cars was fucked over a couple of times, thats just a single camera system and cost a few hundred to have it all pro fitted. Have also installed it in one of our womenswear shops as were having a few items stolen - this one is a 4 camera wireless system, I bought and installed all this for a few hundred.

The filming needs to be done in colour (or IR at night) in order for it to be used in court.


neoquip

posted on 12th Nov 08 at 18:13

if you're doing nothing wrong it doesn't matter if you have CCTV on your property. ;)


WATSON

posted on 12th Nov 08 at 00:42

CCTV can be used to prove to police and up at court, We have done once when one of our cars had been tamperd with.

the police did state you MUST have a sign up to let other know there is CCTV.


neoquip

posted on 11th Nov 08 at 18:59

we have 3 camera's, with hard drive 80gb, records for about a month depending on the quality.

got it from maplins, about 300, no more.

Infra red night cameras etc.
linked to the tv in the kitchen so we can see whos at the door, whos entering the front gate and over our rear garden.
It only records on our property.. and if anything happens to our cars.. we can check back to see whats gone off.



CCTV.... have you signed a form to allow you to be filmed in the shopping centres or in the street... CCTV is used there if anything goes belly up ;)


I'd rather have it than not!

have a look here....
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Search.aspx?menuno=80106

[Edited on 11-11-2008 by neoquip]


Twiggy

posted on 9th Nov 08 at 12:17

quote:
Originally posted by cesil
when i had trouble with a lad who was fuckin with my car a few weeks ago, someone a few doors up has cctv! when told the copper bout this she said you may aswell not have as it they cant use it:mad: something to do with the lad hadnt given his permission to be filmed!! so doesnt stand up in court


when watching road wars, traffic cops etc when the TWOC'ers complain about being filmed the coppers say they can film as they are in a public place?


cesil

posted on 7th Nov 08 at 13:48

when i had trouble with a lad who was fuckin with my car a few weeks ago, someone a few doors up has cctv! when told the copper bout this she said you may aswell not have as it they cant use it:mad: something to do with the lad hadnt given his permission to be filmed!! so doesnt stand up in court


AK

posted on 7th Nov 08 at 10:15

yup... as what are you going to do with the crappy fuzzy dark pictures once your car has been wrecked :/


Twiggy

posted on 7th Nov 08 at 09:24

i would get a motion light and and fake cameras as long as they look real!


dannymccann

posted on 6th Nov 08 at 21:09

If you desperatly want CCTV then im not sure, if you just want the threat of CCTV you can get fake cameras that have an LED powered by a battery, some of them even move I think


oceansoul

posted on 6th Nov 08 at 18:52

does any one have cctv here? Im wondering what types/setups.

Im looking at getting CCTV as there been some trouble in the area to peoples cars and stuff. I think the best would be motion detected to save on recording space...but there are so many different types, ranging from about 10 up to like 500 :S