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installing my 2nd CCTV systen advice pleases

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by 1Bit, 5 Dec 2019.

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  1. 1Bit

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    10 year ago I installed a 4 camera 720SD system - it was poor to say the least at £200

    now my sister is having violent issues with her ex-husband whose moved a few houses down deliberately to make her life hell, and even though she has a 100m order that he's not allowed 100m near her, his new house is 80m as crow flies... the police say they can't get him to move...

    i told my sister when we put CCTVs up ALL our problems stopped.

    so she wants me to fit one on the front and back...

    anyone suggest a good IP system thats at least 1080p (4k perf) with good night vision.

    thanks
     
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    Budget and number cameras and why IP ?
     
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    hold on if hes living within 80M hes in violation of the order?

    Sounds like you need legal advice and to make a complaint to the court and the police for not enforcing it or should it be refusing to enforce it?

    Or take it to the papers about the failing system. MP's want to be elected may want to badger them too.

    budget, distances, lighting are important factors to getting the best value for the money, you can easily over spec or under spec a camera,
     
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    the police say they cant make him move...to make matters worse the oldest daughter (who he used to be touchy with) is now 18 and no longer under that 100m protection and lives around the corner on her own

    theres not reall a budget set.. i said about £150 for 4 1080p cams with 4x 100ft cable and can access on mobile

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/SANSCO-Out..._18?keywords=cctv&qid=1576162769&sr=8-18&th=1

    something like that
     
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    he best thing to do is to see if there is any footage of day and night, I wouldn't be expecting great things at that price
     
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    Take out of box ....throw into nearest dustbin ...
     
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    I would have said send it to recycling - but there won't be much copper in those cables. :(
     
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    This site like others benefits from feed back so why not let us know how you got on.

    Did you buy the £140 camera kit or just give the money to a local heavy to go and have a quiet word with the Ex?
     
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