Cctv

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by markymark1234567, 23 Jun 2019.

  1. markymark1234567

    markymark1234567

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    Hi, what’s the easiest ccct to setup and install??
    I’m looking for 4 HD cameras and a good hard drive.
    I was gonna buy the hive outdoor camera but changed my mind.
    Any info welcome
     
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    Can’t go wrong with Hikvision ....
     
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    +1 for Hikvision. Your question is hard to answer though without knowing your level of skill regarding CCTV and setup then I do not know what to suggest as “easy”

    My only recommendation is if you spend cheap you will be back here in a year asking again what you should buy.

    Stay away from the cheap too good to be true unknown makes on ebay and the likes.
     
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    Fyi my first kit was Samsung and i was not impressed especially with the UK support. Amateur to say the least.

    Last two have been hikvision and have been fab. I have multiple cams running intruder detection line detection etc remote alarms etc. Plus the software for phones is easy and clear and stable for remote access.

    Find a reputable dealer as someone else ,mentioned be aware of cheap hikvision cams that have fixed firmware from China. Great kit very stable alot of support on forums etc.
     
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