posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 09:28 AM
reply to post by Lister87
Most camera kits come with decent cameras but they are used for a certain range. I have 8 cams around my house and when I purchased them they have a
40 foot range. They are day/night vision and are good but only for certain applications. I purchased cameras seperately to upgrade the system and will
eventually get better ones.
I use the forty foot range for close entrance shots and have a couple with 200 foot zoom. They have ones that will blow these away with pan/tilt zoom
but now you have to pay some serious money.
Here's a website where I got my setup for my pc. I'm sure there are probably better sights but I have no problems with my system and know everything
going on around my house.It records I can access it from anywhere I am ,even when on vacation.
I would never be without cameras again. I have then mounted in plain sight wich is also a deterent but most people are so preoccupied that they still
don't know the cams are there. I mainly catch lots of accidents.
Basically though, it's the camera they are using and can upgrade if they weren't so cheap. Something else to consider is the size difference. My
200" zoom is about 6x'x the size om my 40' one
Edit to add: cameras also come with so many lines of resolution which is a big factor in quality
[edit on 12/6/2009 by Revealation]