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#1605365 - 30/07/2017 22:05 Camera recommendation
Ballypete Offline
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Enjoying the ride

Registered: 02/02/2017
Posts: 446
Loc: Leics UK
Hi All,

While I am clearing out the garage for my Coupe to live in over winter I have been parking her in the gated and (supposedly) secure area in front which 4 other properties have access to. Over the past few weeks my coop has been picking up scratches which I couldn't really explain, however I went away this weekend and have returned home to 16 separate scratches all over the car which look like it has been deliberately targeted and keyed, some fairly deep. grr

I have my suspicions but no solid evidence, so can anyone recommend a motion detecting camera that isn't too expensive and links to your computer so you can view the images? I would like to catch said miscreant in action (and switch camera off when I do) and deliver some moral justice. punch
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#1605753 - 07/08/2017 23:46 Re: Camera recommendation [Re: Ballypete]
SimonN Offline
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Registered: 11/09/2015
Posts: 147
Loc: Birmingham
Unfortunately, I have suffered the same fate. Some scratches that I know could only have happened on my drive, in a pattern that could only have been done on purpose.
Sorry, I can't offer any advice, but if you come across anything please post.
I'm even contemplating cctv.

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#1605765 - 08/08/2017 09:46 Re: Camera recommendation [Re: Ballypete]
Dan Offline
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Making a profit

Registered: 17/12/2005
Posts: 326
Loc: Leicester
I use Nestcams. They work well for me.

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#1605793 - 08/08/2017 22:57 Re: Camera recommendation [Re: Dan]
Ballypete Offline
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Originally Posted By Dan
I use Nestcams. They work well for me.
Thanks Dan, a couple of others have recommended them along with a Samsung smartcam. One to sort out over the next week
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