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Security Camera Systems

Discussion in 'Ocean Yacht' started by Pamela005, Jun 4, 2019.

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  1. Pamela005

    Pamela005 New Member

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    I am curious about what others are doing to add security cameras to their boats. I am trying to learn more about which cameras are used.
  2. Capt Ralph

    Capt Ralph Senior Member

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    Saiga 12 is our best visual captive instrument. Great range and field of depth with the red dot option.
  3. Pascal

    Pascal Senior Member

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    We have Axis cameras on the 84 Lazzara i run. Originally they were networked on the Furunos which didn’t make much sense since they re taking too much real estate space. Since the boat is a skylounge i added a basic PC with regular monitor dedicated to the 4 Axis Cams. Much better. They have Pan and zoom and record on motion
  4. Ormond Bert54

    Ormond Bert54 Senior Member

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    I'm using a pair of NEST IQ Outdoor cameras on the boat linked to a Verizon JetPack. I also use a NEST IQ at home on the dock watching the ski boat and Sea Doos. They automatically zoom and follow a subject. I like the interface because I receive notifications on my iPhone or iWatch.
    There is a subscription charge for logging the data in the cloud .. $50-$100 per yr per camera. Pricey, but worthless without it.

    I like the NEST IQ so much that I decided to expand their use at my home where I'm adding an additional 6 NEST IQ cameras.