Join Date: Oct 2013
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I have a background with installation of security equipment, CCT (analog and digital).
Just wanted to give you my opinion after skimming over your thread.
1. In all the night vision cameras I have ever installed analog or digital $60 to more than +2000 per camera, all there night vision is NOT crystal clear.
2. IP cameras are not necessarily high resolution. You want to look for mega pixel cameras. I have installed ip cameras that were standard def. just make sure you buy cameras that are at least two mega pixels.
3 In my opinion wifi cameras are not a great way to go, only a last resort. Hard wiring is alway better! I have install both and wifi is definitely less reliable.
4. If your not recording then your not using a dvr, or nvr I am not sure how they expect to get a video output signal to your tv. I have always used hdmi or a VGA or d's cable to a tv from the security equipment.
If your looking for ok price for decent quality look at Vivotech cameras. They have an app for there up cameras that is pretty easy to set up and there equipment is reasonably priced.
Hope this's helps a bit