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    AAnnnyyyhhoooo..

    Back to the CCTV lol

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    we use mobotix q24-sec 360 degree IP cameras (among other mobotix cameras) they are fantastic, we have about 40 cameras around the sat recording back to a 36TB Snap-Server in 1280x1024 res 24 hours a day.

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    The Mobotix cameras are brilliant! The Q24 in particular is such a good versatile camera, and their new(ish) S15 cameras are really clever. Our sister company do a lot of Mobotix and Axis combo deployment coupled with the Milestone suite where necessary, results are great.

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    We use CCTV Software & CCTV Cameras - iCatcher Webcam & CCTV Software with analytics & motion detection with some Axis M1011, 207s and some lovely dome cameras... all internal monitoring doors and a couple of common rooms.

    I have 2 servers running it... one with 15 cameras on and another with 7. I am a little dissapointed with their i-domain feature as I wasnted it to be able to view all the cameras on one console but its not a biggy. Very easy to install and run.

    Depends on what you can afford I suppose.

    PS. One of the good things about the icatcher console is it only records movement and highlights where the movement is so its not recording dead space.. you get a funky little spectro type map telling you when the movement happens. Bit funny when you see deadhead local on a night sitting outside one of the doors only slightly moving for hours on end.
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