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    sercurity cameras

    With a big increase of vechicles going past at all hours of the night and spot lighting, Also a couple off properties been done in my boss (and community )is looking at putting up cameras on the road. Will need to be able to get number plates. If it has to go in a steel box would and be visible might be ok. Has any body been had any experience with this type off set up? and cost?
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    Damn that sucks its come to that! Sorry to hear you've got shit heads in your area

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    give me a pm. happy to help

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    Find a local installer that can install a Hikvision ANPR camera and hook it up to a Hikvision NVR
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    Just a suggestion but I'd keep them hidden if you can as if the thieving barstards know there their then they will cover those plates and faces.
    It's all fun and games till Darthvader comes along

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    The F******s will even steal the cameras. Popular for gang hq.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Find a local installer that can install a Hikvision ANPR camera and hook it up to a Hikvision NVR
    Plus another camera beside it as a general overview. Once the ANPR is set up for plates, you don't get much else aside from the plate and headlights etc unless there is a decent amount of light in the area, street lights etc.

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    At my house I installed wireless Nest Cam Indoor security camera. It has excellent video quality, especially in low light. It's easy to set up and has excellent smart home compatibility. Completely satisfied with its work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzy View Post
    Plus another camera beside it as a general overview. Once the ANPR is set up for plates, you don't get much else aside from the plate and headlights etc unless there is a decent amount of light in the area, street lights etc.
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    Iím glad to see we have fluent acronym speakers here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Find a local installer that can install a Hikvision ANPR camera and hook it up to a Hikvision NVR
    And your always telling me you know SFA, impressed!!
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    And your always telling me you know SFA, impressed!!
    This stuff is to me what winding an alternator is to you Maca.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    ok here goes cameras 101:
    analog cameras are measured in TVL (television lines) now in the old days before tv went digital and was on analog pal system the image was 625 lines of scan vertical, no matter what size the screen.
    some of the cheap junk cameras out there are 450 TVL so imagine a picture of youre front door and someone standing in that doorway. the image of their face is going to be 60 lines of info. try enlarging that for police use and they will be looking for lego man.
    then theres digital cameras, they are damn good but relatively costly for a decent set up.
    the other option is IP (internet protocol) cameras, good but be warned there are systems out there with built in software that will let people view you without your knowledge. and on some systems they are very easy for people to hack there way in and view.

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    what about game cameras with the auto picture send to a cell phone .a couple of those setup hidden and a couple of semi obvious ones maybe just ordinary cheap ones setup where you can only get them with a ladder and some notices saying area under camera survelliance.i don't know about your area but down here a lot of farmers got together and had a blanket trespass area setup so if someone was caught on a property they where trespassed on 29 other properties automatically once a notice issued.neighbour caught some on camera on his block poaching at night and shooting the signs,best thing was they dropped a receipt getting out of their truck but the photos could id the truck through the shape of the dog box when the cops visited them. to get number plates with a game camera they need to be out of head light glare ideally getting them from behind,this is where those no glow ones are best with a another one setup to watch the camera watching the road.

 

 

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