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Old 03-19-2019, 01:27 AM
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Hey, That looks pretty clear. looks to be a fairly decent system... what is the distance on the clear focal point...
My phone thanks you for the compliment! I didn't bother showing the display since the camera is 1080p and the TV only 720p but it didn't look bad. The night vision is cool, as well. I'll update once I get it all set up... You can check it out further at this LINK.
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Old 03-19-2019, 01:36 AM
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Everything runs on 12v DC (via power brick) if you wanted to wire up your motor home or make an intricate dash cam, for example!
Here is one example seen on the local Marketplace. Stripper pole optional!

"2006 Chevy Diesel Party Bus with Stripper Pole
Ormond Beach, FL
$20,000

Converted to party bus, got surveillance, stripper pole, leather futons, music lights, a lot of extras. Capacity 12, lots of fun, could rent for $100 hourly.
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Old 03-19-2019, 02:54 AM
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I'm predicting you'll buy the 4 other cameras sooner than you thought you would.
I wish mine had at least 12 channels.
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Old 03-19-2019, 10:02 AM
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This is what I'm ending up with:
Lorex 8 ch 4K ultra HD NVR, with 6 cameras.

https://www.lorextechnology.com/4k-i.../4KHDIP84W-1-p
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Old 03-19-2019, 01:39 PM
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I'm predicting you'll buy the 4 other cameras sooner than you thought you would.
I wish mine had at least 12 channels.
I've allocated the 4 as follows: 1 in the office, 1 outside the office facing the front doors (office is in back of shop), 1 outside the back of the shop (an alleyway) facing the street, covering the rear door, and 1 outside the front door, covering that door and the garage door, my parking spots and the front gate.

Already, my neighbor is wanting another camera in the front pointing rearward toward his unit... I don't have an "extra" camera yet but I will run an extra cable "just in case" at the same time. I don't see another need for another cam anywhere else.

I have thought about a "Ring" type device on the door, mainly so I don't have to worry about running audio cables to provide a means of communicating with people at the door. The ringish can hook wirelessly with the network but probably would need its own app...

The Zosi does come with connections for sound in and out and I have plenty of cable. Plus I'll be running cables for the cam anyway... I also just found an old car alarm loudspeaker I had been thinking would be perfect for this...

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This is what I'm ending up with:
Lorex 8 ch 4K ultra HD NVR, with 6 cameras.

https://www.lorextechnology.com/4k-i.../4KHDIP84W-1-p
About $500 more than I wanted to spend!
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Old 03-19-2019, 01:59 PM
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I've been using Amcrest cameras for the last couple years. Very easy to set up and have been very reliable.
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