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Home security camera system review by Marc Saltzman

Lorex hits the big screen with Gear Guide Travel Tech Marc Saltzman demonstrating the Lorex Edge Wireless Camera Surveillance System capable of remote viewin…


Q&A:

Dana asked what is a good home security system?

I am shopping around for a good home security system that isn’t super expensive and works wirelessly as we do not have a landline. So far, all of the reviews I have read for the top two companies (ADT and Protect America) sound like horror stories of fraud and faulty equipment. I just don’t want to get ripped off!

And got the following answer:

Good system is taking a good look at your residence
1. windows locked. Can they be
2. Are there good locks on the doors (make sure all keys are accounted for, if not,
NO EXCEPTIONS.replace the locks)
3. lights outside the doors (a well lit place at night is not a place robbers will hit first)
4. make sure there are no windows that are not easily seen (prevents people form getting in without being seen)
5. Know the people allowed in your home (robbers taking a chance at a good house to rob or were they informed)
6. take a good look at your neighbors. Make sure you take a moment to know them. They are the ones near your residence. It is always wise to at least have a good presences of who they are

and a few other suggestions
Make sure you are insured. It is not that expensive…and if anything is stolen. It will be worth it

i do not know the name of it but there are plenty of websites that will help you set up different
live cameras form your house (Inside and out). you can go on line and with a pass word you can check your home thru the cameras you set up. (Not to mention nothing is better for the police then a video of the crime)

good luck with it ๐Ÿ™‚

idiotninja asked What is a good wireless security system for a house?

I only need one or two cameras. Nothing too expensive.
I am looking for security cameras.

And got the following answer:

There are a couple reviews for wireless security
http://scottelkin.com/family/home-wireless-security-systems-review/

Dcntamcn asked What’s a good LOW LIGHT security camera for home surveillance?

Something below 0.01 lux that will pick up nighttime activity in my yard without the limitation of IR illumination. A “star light” camera would be ideal but beyond my limit of $250. Anyone tried and approved a good one?

And got the following answer:

I would go with Zmodo 8CH camera since your budget is $250. It is for low light.

http://www.amazon.com/Zmodo-Security-Surveillance-Camera-Outdoor/dp/B009UQISOA/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&tag=informazcom-20

It comes with 1 tb harddrive and the video format is H.264 Compression so it has very long recording time. Very good reviews.

sendmymailoverhere asked What kind of security camera can I buy for my home?

I need something that will get a clear picture of a face 30 to 60 feet from my home. There are some kids in the neighborhood vandalizing cars. I would like to catch them if they vandalize my car, its at night that they come around so I don’t care if its color or black and white as long as I can get a clear picture of the faces of these guys. I only have a budget of $500- $800 Max.

And got the following answer:

go to CNET.com or CONSUMER REPORTS.COM

I don’t use one, but both those sites have tested them and give great reviews, and also the prices.

becaleca asked Can anyone recommend a wireless home security camera brand/model (good in low light)?

I am looking for a wireless home security camera I can place in a window. I have read some reviews and cannot find one that is good in low light that is in my price range. I would not want to spend more than $300. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks.

And got the following answer:

What will you be wirelessly connecting the camera to?

If a video security video recorder like
http://shop3.frys.com/search;jsessionid=igmkt3FrHDCr+YdP-r8Rdw**.node3?cat=-45940&pType=pDisplay
or a modified computer, then one with a base station that connects with an RCA cable to the recorder (or newly installed PC card) would be appropriate.

If you want it to be directly on a computer network (IP-based), and there is no base station (but yout wireless router needs to be working propertly), then an IP network camera is appropriate – and you see what the camera sees by connecting to it using a web browser on your computer…

In either case, for no- or low-light applications, the camera needs to see in the dark using infrared LEDs which come on when it gets dark enough.

Also, keep in mind that “wireless” is ONLY the video connection. The camera still needs a wire – for power. Some – not all – also have a small mic for picking up audio, too.

http://shop3.frys.com/search;jsessionid=igmkt3FrHDCr+YdP-r8Rdw**.node1?query_string=&cat=-45928&pType=pDisplay&resultpage=0&from=0&to=24

Dcntamcn asked What’s a good LOW LIGHT security camera for home surveillance?

Something below 0.01 lux that will pick up nighttime activity in my yard without the limitation of IR illumination. A “star light” camera would be ideal but beyond my limit of $250. Anyone tried and approved a good one?

And got the following answer:

I would go with Zmodo 8CH camera since your budget is $250. It is for low light.

http://www.amazon.com/Zmodo-Security-Surveillance-Camera-Outdoor/dp/B009UQISOA/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&tag=informazcom-20

It comes with 1 tb harddrive and the video format is H.264 Compression so it has very long recording time. Very good reviews.

vs2009 asked good security camera system for home?

I have a budget of max $300 for a good security camera system to monitor my backyard and front of the house, any suggestions?

And got the following answer:

You may have trouble finding a reliable and working camera system for only $300. I might suggest saving up a little more to add to your budget if at all possible. Good wireless cameras are going to run $180-$400+ for each camera. The ones you can buy at Wal-Mart or whatever don’t work very well and are more trouble than they’re worth.

You should check out either SafeMart or Home Security Store. Home Security Store is more like a “home depot” for alarm system equipment.

Here’s a good article on camera systems and a link to a review of SafeMart. Hope this helps.

http://www.alarmsystemreport.com/home-security-cameras/
http://www.alarmsystemreport.com/Alarm_System-detail/safemart-security-review/

asked What was wrong with my security cameras?

So today I came home to a bit of a surprise… I live in a quit neighborhood so I never expected this. Anyway, I find my street blocked off, and when Arriving to my house, found the telephone pole in my neighbor from three doors down’s yard snapped in half, and an SUV flipped in their yard.

Then I remembered I have security camera’s that point almost directly where it happened. My security camera’s record when they detect motion, but when reviewing the video’s, it never tapped the accident? The last video before the accident was the mail carrier going up the street, then the next video was 10min later, which showed the car flipped upside down and the street full of cops, firetrucks, etc. But it missed the actual accident… how? The power surprisingly never went out, All my clocks were still set, computers still on, etc. How did it not record it? What’s wrong with it?

And got the following answer:

Motion detection through video is not a perfect science. The first thing I would do is make sure that all the areas are “armed” by that camera. You may have part of the scene “unarmed”. The next thing I would do is put the sensitivity up by one number, making it somewhat “hotter”. Experiment with your software settings. See the system manual if you don’t know how to change the settings.

becaleca asked Can anyone recommend a wireless home security camera brand/model (good in low light)?

I am looking for a wireless home security camera I can place in a window. I have read some reviews and cannot find one that is good in low light that is in my price range. I would not want to spend more than $300. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks.

And got the following answer:

What will you be wirelessly connecting the camera to?

If a video security video recorder like
http://shop3.frys.com/search;jsessionid=igmkt3FrHDCr+YdP-r8Rdw**.node3?cat=-45940&pType=pDisplay
or a modified computer, then one with a base station that connects with an RCA cable to the recorder (or newly installed PC card) would be appropriate.

If you want it to be directly on a computer network (IP-based), and there is no base station (but yout wireless router needs to be working propertly), then an IP network camera is appropriate – and you see what the camera sees by connecting to it using a web browser on your computer…

In either case, for no- or low-light applications, the camera needs to see in the dark using infrared LEDs which come on when it gets dark enough.

Also, keep in mind that “wireless” is ONLY the video connection. The camera still needs a wire – for power. Some – not all – also have a small mic for picking up audio, too.

http://shop3.frys.com/search;jsessionid=igmkt3FrHDCr+YdP-r8Rdw**.node1?query_string=&cat=-45928&pType=pDisplay&resultpage=0&from=0&to=24