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post #91 of 101 Old 08-26-2005, 06:22 AM
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Ok that didnt go well. Never posted or linked to an image before. Guess I still dont know how.
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Well that didn't go well -- guess I don't know how to post an image
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Keep trying SNOOT. Matter of fact if you are registered here (you are since you are posting). Then you have the ability to upload photos. Click on your member name and then select view SNOOT's image gallery. There is a link to upload photos.
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Thanks Dave -- I don't think the picture uploaded properly.
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Ok -- uploaded one to my photo gallery. The perv sneeking around is me. Pay him no mind. Will try to get one in low light levels and pretty much dark. Hard for you to quantify just how dark when I capture though. Cam works well in low light levels but if it dark its dark. Just black image with some noise.

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Thanks snoot. Pic looks good to me. Any of the cameras will look black in total darkness, but with some landscaping lights in the yard or with some coach lights on ... then, you should be able to see something, right?
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Yea, have landscape lites in the front but not in back as yet. I was thinking of putting in a motion sensor to turn on a couple of lites in the back. But still would want the constant low level light of landscape lites. I back up to a wooded area and it is very dark back there. It does seem that this camera has very good low light capabilities.
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Well I took the plunge on a Geovision 800 card, 16 camera input, 120 fps. I'll post when I receive it and let you guys know my impressions.
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Well I took the plunge on a Geovision 800 card, 16 camera input, 120 fps. I'll post when I receive it and let you guys know my impressions.

Looking forward to your review

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Well I took the plunge on a Geovision 800 card, 16 camera input, 120 fps. I'll post when I receive it and let you guys know my impressions.

Review???
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