деньги в займ на карту

Smartview S9 Surveillance System

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

To help you keep your home and office safe while you are away, check out a new system called the Smartvue S9. The system is wireless and uses 802.11n technology to stream video from full HD 1080p resolution cameras to the video server. The system features a 1TB or a 3TB video server with WiFi built-in and it will interface with just about every mobile device that exists from tablets, to phones and computers.

You can log on and see the live video feeds from the cameras anytime you like. The cameras can even be controlled for direction which is handy. The 1TB 802.11n server will cost you $1999 and a single camera will cost you $699.

D-Link’s D-Life web-based home surveillance cameras

Posted in Digital Cameras by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2009

D-Link’s D-Life web-based home surveillance camerasD-Link’s D-Life Web-Based Home Surveillance Cameras are making the rounds again. We first told you about them way back in July. Monitor any room in your house from anywhere over the Internet with these D-Life Web-based home surveillance cameras.

The D-Life is actually three products, the DHA-390 Surveillance Camera Starter Kit, an internet camera that connects to home network, the DHA-310 Expansion Kit and the DHA-330 video player, which is an internet camera viewer for monitoring all D-Life cameras connected to the network.

Secret Agent Camcorder watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on December 31st, 2008

Secret Agent Camcorder watchEven Dick Tracy would be amazed at a normal-sized watch that can actually record up to eight hours of color video with sound. Just plug the watch into your computer using your USB port and download your recordings. It’s on sale for only $199.95.

Some other features include One Touch Recording, doubles as an Ordinary Watch and it will give you over 2 hours of battery life. Now you can be the super cool spy that you’ve always wanted to be and no one will ever know that your watch is anything special.

Fish TV underwater camera lets you see who’s not biting

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on July 17th, 2008

Fish TV underwater camera lets you see who’s not bitingFish TV makes fishing more like a police stakeout. You’ll still be bored for hours, but the device will let you see what’s going on in the murky depths while you smoke away and eat take out food. Occasionally you’ll say to your buddy, “Subject is coming in to have a look. He’s thinking about taking the bait. Wait. Negative. Suspect fled.”

Fish TV gives you up to 50 feet of camera cable and the camera itself is equipped with infra-red lights that boost image brightness in the water. Your show will not be in color though, but black and white. The device retails for $99.99.

NVR-102 network surveillance kit lets you chat with captives, err, visitors

Posted in Security by Nino Marchetti on April 21st, 2008

NVR-102 Network Surveillance kit from QNAP

QNAP Systems has unveiled a new network-based instant surveillance system which combines a video recorder and two IP cameras for home or office security. It is known as the NVR-102.

The QNAP NVR-102 provides what is described as “professional grade live video recording and real-time remote monitoring/playback.” It is run off of Linux and can reportedly be setup quickly. All functions can be configured through a Web browser such as Internet Explorer and no additional software is required.

Swann notebook-based DIY surveillance system

Posted in Security by Darrin Olson on March 28th, 2008

Swann Communications notebook based DVR Guardian surveillance systemSwann Communications has been putting out security peripherals for about ten years now and on Thursday announced the release of their latest surveillance convenience tool with the USB 2.0 DVR Guardian. This device can connect to a standard notebook computer via USB and allow it to perform as a quad-monitor surveillance system.

The Guardian can not only monitor and display the video from 1-4 cameras, but can also be set to record from the inputs direct to the local hard drive. DVR-like capabilities allow you to set it to record at specific times of the day or for a set duration upon sensing any motion in its view. The software will then let you control and monitor remotely. Combine this with its ability to send out an email when motion is detected and you can catch would-be thieves in the act.