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    Interesting source of video security

    Check it out:

    http://www.supercircuits.com/store/home.asp

    #2
    Excellent source for cameras and other devices such as their power mic. Their return policy is excellent as well.
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      #3
      Did you ever buy from them Rupp? I'd like to know if somebody has any experience with them.

      I do not know how did they got my work address, but I actually got their catalog into my work mailbox.

      Another source is here:
      http://homesecurityandautomation.com
      Again - I do not have ny experience with them.

      Marty

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        #4
        Yes Marty I have bought from Super Circuits and they are great. A while back I bought several of the high gain mics from them and hooked one up wrong and fried it. They exchanged it with no questions asked. They are a very good company to work with.
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          #5
          I bought one of their super low LUX B&W cams.
          With Auto-iris lens, works very well 24 hrs/day

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            #6
            Steve,
            would you mind post the type and some snapshots?

            Thanks

            Marty

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              #7
              It was their PC164C or PC164C-EX (can't remember), but I replaced the stock lens with an auto-iris one so it will work in bright sunlight.

              http://www.supercircuits.com/STORE/p...7&pagenumber=2

              The auto-iris lens has a power and control cable which plugs into the camera to effect iris control versus brightness. As I recall, there are two de-facto standards for this connection - one uses a DC control voltage and the other uses the output video; Mine uses the former.

              With the fixed iris lens, the camera is swamped by outdoor lighting in the daytime.

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                #8
                While we are on this subject (cameras) I was eyeing this one:

                http://www.cctvspecialty.com/coexirca.html

                I have no idea of what the vendor is like, but this camera is color by day and black and white at night, plus offers 520 lines of resolution (far better than most) for $200.

                Is this a good deal for the increased resolution?

                I was also thinking about the one below for our Homeowner Association Common Areas (park and entry ways):

                http://www.webcamproshop.com/product...asp?pro_id=866

                Its a little pricy at $320, but I want it to be able to discern license plate numbers.

                BTW: Wouldn't mind any advice on these two selections!!
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                  #9
                  There is a guy posting to the below group that did have a bunch of the Sony EVI-D30 pan/tilt/zoom cams for $150.

                  http://groups.yahoo.com/group/EVI-D30/
                  Why I like my 2005 rio yellow Honda S2000 with the top down, and more!

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                    #10
                    I have bought from them several times as well and all orders have been fine. They are also pretty good at tech support if you give them a call.

                    gk

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