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Old 02-11-2018, 11:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default LOW PRICE BASIC SECURITY CAMERAS

ALL,

Thought many of the members would want to know about these simple, but incredible security and other use cameras. Don't let the $20 price tag fool you.

We had fun playing with them at our local woodworkers meeting yesterday.
Once caution. They sometimes are in a back-order situation. Learn more at..

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We have "Mysafecam" cameras.
Basically to watch our dog when we're not home.
Great little cameras.
When we bought this house, it had regular security cameras.



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Those look cool!

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With all the news about hacking baby monitors and other wireless devices, how secure are these video cameras?
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How secure is any home network?
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Valid point, Charles. Itís not a matter of can someone with the proper skill set hack our homes, and our lives for that matter. Itís a matter of are we worth the effort. For most of us, the answer is no.


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How is it powered? One picture shows it with a cord, but others show it without.
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How is it powered? One picture shows it with a cord, but others show it without.
mini USB power jack, a full-size USB port that allows you to power two cameras with a single power adapter

thing to remember is it records at 10fps (most cameras record at 30fps) so it will not be fluid motion

what I like about them is the magnetic base...just stick it on some metal and be done...double sided tape works good for other locations

If you have nothing and want a starter system, then you can build one up over time. I have had a lot of different system, some very high tech and plain stationary.

Couple cameras, DVR and monitor. I like wireless cameras, so I can move them around but also have hardwired cameras in areas I know I want coverage. If you want a great system, then a full color PTZ system is the way to go.

But like I stated, a $20 camera connected to a phone or tablet is fun.
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