[olug] OT: Recommendations for a GOOD Outdoor Camera?
cbird.omaha at gmail.com
Mon Mar 31 20:27:39 UTC 2014
Thanks, I have not run across this one yet.
On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 1:58 PM, Justin Reiners <justin at hotlinesinc.com>wrote:
> How about something like this? We use a quite a few Axis cameras with good
> luck: http://www.axis.com/products/cam_q1910e/index.htm <that one is
> outdoor, direct sunlight, and thermal as well.
> On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 1:39 PM, Charles Bird <cbird.omaha at gmail.com>
> > Ive been setting up some instrumentation at work to assist in deducing
> > whether some errors I get via microwave is caused by meaty flesh
> > the sky or from source propagation point(in which I have no metrics).
> > Ive decided that I want to setup a nice camera to observe as much of the
> > visible path as possible.
> > Sure are alot of cameras out there, but many will not fit the bill.
> > This is going to have alot of direct sunlight.
> > Needs to also be sensitive to IR at night.(not thermal but would be cool)
> > Need to make sure cmos sensors or PSU does not induce
> > interference.(squeeling switched PSUs for example)
> > IP out, I prefer MPEG2 but I know it going to be h264.
> > Budget is not of concern.
> > Anyone got anything off the top of their head?
> > I was thinking that I may have to get two cams where each is specific to
> > night or daylight operation and figure out the automation later.
> > Thanks!
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