Good bunch of video (not cheap China)

Hello, there are following problems. We need to organize video surveillance from the Windows of apartment buildings (lower floors). The main requirement was a night and quality. HD only, no SD. Again

A couple of questions:
1. If you take wi-fi camera, there will be enough channel to convey kachestvennuyu picture?
2. How much storage space for the records for example for 5-7 days? About the frequency change of pictures is a courtyard, so not so often it is constantly changing idea.
3. Some hospital, macbook pro and time capsule. The hospital has no desire to keep always on because it is very noisy. Therefore, a desirable job (driver) under OS X. is it Possible at all? Although I heard something about NAS. Silence is mandatory, since sleeping in this room.

— motion control of the apartment
— in the future to install another camera facing the other way
— winter can get down to — 30
— about the installation — the ideal course in front of the window, but as I understand it will come out then a bunch of hemorrhoids with infrared illumination, etc. by the Way how far they hit? Ie, enough to, for example, with 3 storeys on 10-20 meters to shoot at night?
— as a bonus, door viewer in the door. I would like to incorporate it into this system, but apparently this is unlikely, because usually it is a standalone thing without batteries and wi-fi.

By combining this information, what infrastructure would be the best option? Especially unlimited budget, but without fanaticism. Cheap China and a webcam is strictly a forest.
October 3rd 19 at 02:40
8 answers
October 3rd 19 at 02:42
1. Stream one full HD camera — up to 10 Mbps. So in one camera wi-fi, in principle, should be enough.
2. Depends on recording constantly or only on movement.
3. The main program for video surveillance (line surveillance systems axxon itv, macroscop) ground under Windows. For Mac maybe there is some programs, not interested. As a variant — you can buy the camera with the stick and write on it (usually supports drives up to 32 GB), and then deflate the archives via the web. But there is also a caveat — some cameras only work in IE, so when choosing a camera you should consider.
2. Constant surveillance
3. 32 GB on a HD camera I think will be enough. I read somewhere something about 1TB on 1 camera for a couple of days. - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:45
But why constant? What is the point to keep the picture where nothing is happening?
With 24-hour recording 2MP camera compression H. 264 25 fps need about 450 GB for 7 days - amya58 commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:48
Because you never know what will happen. And something tells me that the trigger for movement may fail in the night, which is unacceptable. And with the current cost of the screws, it makes no sense to skimp on them. - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:51
Your right. Especially now many cameras allow you to write on the NAS - amya58 commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:54
System motion recording in normal IP cameras works fine. Really greatly saving bandwidth, electricity and your time to view. So there are all sorts of allerta (call on phone, send message to turn on the siren) on the triggers (when filling or broken lenses, smoke emission etc) - jordane_Wolff65 commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:57
Not that I was worried about the traffic and energy. And time watching I'll always know at least approximately. They may work well during the day but have the same confidence night. I would not want in that case to detect that the record did not go due to the failure of the system. - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:00
If you are so afraid of failure, then the wireless doesn't your option. Suddenly an attacker comes with a jammer for $ 20?:)
I mean, you may not have created your budget, and want too much. Because the presentation is not a cheap China are different. In my view, after China goes something level Dlink. Here I. - jordane_Wolff65 commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:03
I wrote that without budget constraints. I do not mind paying for a good and reliable thing. - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:06
Suddenly an attacker comes with a jammer for $ 20?:)

In this case, the camera needs to write to a USB flash drive.
Wi-Fi is not the most robust solution-by-wire is more reliable, but in principle acceptable. - amya58 commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:09
With the stick a bunch of trouble with copying and viewing. Is not it easier to write using a POE network and catalog? All the same, because the power cable will have to pull.
I don't know cameras that could on the card to write, and network to give. Yes, and given me the camera Can write to the card if you so wish. - jordane_Wolff65 commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:12
Such cameras are, we recently ComOnyx such set (CO-i20SY2IRP). They write on the card and give the video to the network. But they can be set to when connected over a network, they wrote on the card, but not all the time.
By the way, video was just on Wi-Fi due to the complexity of the cable to the computer. - amya58 commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:15
For 10K/s(for the vast majority of tasks this speed for the eye) at a resolution of 1280*960(1.3 Mph) above the roof flow 2048кбит/s(2 Mbit/s). Tested on several objects on the Hikvision cameras, the Raptor series, as well as Devices, and Vivotek. For cameras with weaker processors with a lower degree of compression can be increased to 3-4 Mbit/s And is above the roof, IMHO. - Citlalli_Greenfelder commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:18
October 3rd 19 at 02:44
Here is a good calculator traffic cameras at least within order to calculate the amount of storage and bandwidth environment.
I only know Dlink camera, so from the bottom of the can advise DCS-7110 or DCS-7010L as outer. This IP camera with Poe — if you buy the injector can do it all with one cable. Wifi for video I do not take as a trusted solution. You can always dirty channel and the camera will Balk at the fact that she will come (with good quality, although a fps is not needed).
Illumination of these cameras shoots at 25 meters. On a Separate IR illuminator or a pair of 3 watt diodes+lens+driver (but this is a blow :) )
The camera can only write on the movement in a pre-specified area, which will save you some cash.
Not sure about two things — temperature of -30 and distance of illumination. Please contact your regional representative office will advise you usually sit there the good guys.
Here is a comparative table of all glinkowski cameras, just in case.

Have Dlink is DVRs.
You can look in the direction Nasaw is The optimal DNS-325. If I remember correctly — you can connect the camera and for Mydlink (you Can watch videos from the Internet or Android/IOS app)

Something may not be exact — I wrote from memory.
The only minus is the DLink not the most reliable solution. - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:47
October 3rd 19 at 02:46
Do not compare cheap routers for 200 rubles, and corporate segment. Especially camera.
This is what you? About the fact that DLink is not the most reliable solution? - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:49
Yes, I'm sorry. Not jabbed in there. Writing to the phone. - amya58 commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:52
On the DLink, there were many complaints, we refused it. In the market of IP surveillance, there are many more reliable vendors: Microdigital, Axis, Beward, ComOnyx, Panasonic - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:55
Incidentally, the camera DLInk does not hold FullHD, only HD - amya58 commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:58
I think, to compare the axis with Glinka is not quite correct, both in price and in functionality.
Especially for the home. I wouldn't have to fly to work on the space Shuttle.
In my opinion this is more than enough for tracking the car from the window. You're not hairs to consider.
It is better to put optics optimally covers your area than to increase the megapixels on a tiny sensor. - jordane_Wolff65 commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:01
: Exactly, in the 3rd floor and 10-20m distance is from 20mm to 50mm focal length. So there's even cameras with built-in lens 2.8-12mm is not enough. IMHO. - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:04
October 3rd 19 at 02:48
October 3rd 19 at 02:50
View in the direction of the AirVision from UBIQUITI NETWORKS
An example would be. - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:53
Looked. For certainly a plus, and the camera is for the price completely. But I would like the best quality night. - amya58 commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:56
October 3rd 19 at 02:52
What about HD-SDI?
And to keep the uncompressed Videoton on what? Recorders are much more expensive than IP cameras, Wi-Fi signal will not pass. - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:55
October 3rd 19 at 02:54
On the recorder and store. I understand the Registrar hdd and put?
Here HD-SDI recorder MDR-H0004 with 25 fps per channel FullHD. Not cheap. For this money you can buy a FullHD IP camera, network granulize NAS and still remain. - April_Harb commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:57
October 3rd 19 at 02:56
You know, you delinom, it's a pathetic company, they routers normally can not do , and then they video surveillance cameras to do. I really have been working with the company to Zenith, and can you recommend a proven, reliable and high quality camera Zenith G7W Who doubts read features and reviews on the camera. Good luck with the installation bundles.

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