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Old 5 Oct 2007, 10:41 AM   #1
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I am currently putting in a security system at a local restaurant here . I was wondering if any one has knowledge on how to lock the camera in place so people can not move it .Maybe something like the club that's used for cars.I am almost finished stringing the last few cameras but the damn thieving cooks keep moving the camera thinking they are hiding their dirty deeds and I have to keep reseting them(it's a PITA).Your probably asking why aren't the camera's catching this,well it's because I have to install the software after all the cameras are installed before it can record anything.I searched google but I couldn't come up with anything
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How about a dome enclosure? That way you can change the angle of the camera every so often and none of the thieving cooks will know what areas it is recording. Hope it's also a wide angle lens, because with those you can capture almost the entire 180 degree peripheral.
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That's not a bad idea at all I never thought about the dome covers.They would have to break the dome to move the camera position. And yes they are widescreen Thanks Mikey Now I have to run the idea past the owner and see if she wants to shell out more money
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Good luck with your project BR7...
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How about a dome enclosure? That way you can change the angle of the camera every so often and none of the thieving cooks will know what areas it is recording. Hope it's also a wide angle lens, because with those you can capture almost the entire 180 degree peripheral.
Dang!! I guess the simple solutions are best after all!! Here I was thinking why not install a set of cameras to watch the security cameras?
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