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Reddit - CCTV by /u/macojoel13 - 4d ago

Hello, I'd like to see if you guys could help me with an issue I got with my aunt's cctv system. I'm running cables through a 1/2' pvc pipe, mind this is cat5e cable.

They are really tight together on the pvc pipe, could that be cause for a major interference on image?

I can see colored stripes all around the image, the stripes are not very intrusive, but it's still there.

I just want to know if that interference could be caused by the tight cables in the pvc pipes.

Also, I'm using screw baluns, 12v to 13.8v 4 channel 5 amp power supply.

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Google search hasn't been able to give satisfactory answer to my question. Hope someone here helps me out.

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Reddit - CCTV by /u/tlavite09 - 2w ago

Does anyone have a download link to some Pelco spectra IV SE firmware for the old analog PTZ’s pelcos download links show page not found. DD4CBW35 is the camera model number. I have ten of these same exact model number Pelco cameras but only one is showing the option for Auto-tracking. The one with auto tracking is showing a new firmware then the ones that don’t show the option.

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Reddit - CCTV by /u/gperscreepers - 1M ago

Looking for advice with camera placement - going to be a mix of dahua starlight and 5mp reolink. Pink will be inside the garage. Can’t decide where I want the yellow to go, have two options open to other ideas. I might use a PTZ for the orange as well so we can check on the dogs easier when we are out.

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Reddit - CCTV by /u/maxmaxbobax - 1M ago

Does anyone know where I can find 4-5 720p HD SDi bullet security style cameras? I been looking all over online and my searches have come empty-handed on finding a reasonably priced hd sdi cameras replacement to use on an old Swann security recorder. Over time my cameras, the SDI - SWSHD-810CAM, have stopped working.

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Hi all

I live in a terrace house and I would like 2 external cameras and 1 internal camera. I'd like to be able to receive notifications on my phone but I'm not keen on the data being sent to servers in like China etc such as YI company.

Can anyone recommend a setup for £150 - £200?

Thanks

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Hello. I have a Synology NAS and I would like to install a surveillance system with 4 cameras. I'm a little bit lost since I'm new in this world of surveillance, so I would appreciate an expert's advice about what camera to buy. I would like something cheap but worth value for money, with night vision and not very big if possible.

Is it worth to use Synology surveillance software? Should I forget it and use another one?

Thanks in advance.

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I currently have trouble making my cameras send videos over internet to my home. My goal is to connect cameras from other city to my home. Does anyone have an idea how could I easly connect my cctv and computer in my house?

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Reddit - CCTV by /u/silent-ocn - 1M ago

Hi All

I have a Yi 1080p home cctv dome camera, and have installed it in my sons room instead of using his baby monitor. Is this safe? I believe the camera sends images through its server then to my phone when an alert is activated.

Im concerned the images could be hacked.

thanks

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Hey guys,

So I'm having my 9 year old cctv system replaced soon, it's being done by the same installer as 9 years ago, he's saying the current coax cable will work fine with the new cameras which will be 5MP, he's saying he can replace the cabling if I want but this will cost an additional £70 (around $100 I believe).

What do you guys reckon? Is it worth getting the cabling replaced? The new system will be kept for the next ten years so if I don't replace the cabling now it will be replaced in ten years time with a newer cctv system.

Many thanks!

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