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    Default Any recommendations on CCTV set for home use...?

    Bros, need your suggestions, please.

    Looking for one whereby able to fix on my own for home use. I am looking for a budgeted one within the budget of $400 range. Single camera will do.

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: Any recommendations on CCTV set for home use...?

    Quote Originally Posted by wee_ly View Post
    Bros, need your suggestions, please.

    Looking for one whereby able to fix on my own for home use. I am looking for a budgeted one within the budget of $400 range. Single camera will do.

    Thank you.
    Suggest you get a wireless camera. Search the net...

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    Default Re: Any recommendations on CCTV set for home use...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yappy View Post
    Suggest you get a wireless camera. Search the net...
    wireless cam? i was told that if wireless, anyone from outside able to view whatever the camera is capturing for as long as they are able to tune to the same frequency. is that true?

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    Default Re: Any recommendations on CCTV set for home use...?

    Quote Originally Posted by wee_ly View Post
    wireless cam? i was told that if wireless, anyone from outside able to view whatever the camera is capturing for as long as they are able to tune to the same frequency. is that true?
    Quote Originally Posted by wee_ly View Post
    wireless cam? i was told that if wireless, anyone from outside able to view whatever the camera is capturing for as long as they are able to tune to the same frequency. is that true?
    No. Unless you dun set username and password.

    Linksys and D-link wireless IP camera are worth to take a look.

    D-Link
    http://www.dlink.com/products/category.asp?cid=60

    Linksys

    Since it's wireless, distance will affect. You may get jerky images if you place ur camera too far from your router
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    Default Re: Any recommendations on CCTV set for home use...?

    Forget those no brand IP camera in Sim Lim square or tower.

    Go for the branded ones. Save you headaches if you need support, some of the sales ppl at SLS or tower really knows NOTHING

    You can view ur camera over the internet, you just need to configure port forwarding and create ddns.

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    Default Re: Any recommendations on CCTV set for home use...?

    Quote Originally Posted by wee_ly View Post
    Bros, need your suggestions, please.

    Looking for one whereby able to fix on my own for home use. I am looking for a budgeted one within the budget of $400 range. Single camera will do.

    Thank you.
    Can consider this from singtel if you are not IT-literate
    http://home.singtel.com/consumer/pro...m_overview.asp

    Else if you know how to setup yourself, you may take a look at hardwarezone.com.sg which feature the latest pricing of IP camera at Sim Lim Square
    http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/price...rtby=name&pg=0

    Normally I use Dyndns.org for the IP address to access my camera anywhere, even tried with M1 Broadband and it's working fine.

    Hope it will be of use to you

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