View Full Version : 16 camera nightvision security

Dark Attraction
04-13-2010, 04:46 PM
I have one brand new, complete security system available.

This includes DVR, 16 nightvision cameras, and more.

You can even watch real-time video on your IPhone.

The complete system is $1,350 and I will even ship it for free.

The system is made by Q-See.
System includes:

16 Channel H.264 Real-time Network DVR
500GB Hard drive 7200 RPM (pre-installed)
USB Mouse & Remote Control
DVR Manual and Quick Start Guides
Remote Viewing and File Player Software
Camera kits with Sony CCD image sensors x16
Camera stands x16
60 Ft. Cables x16
Power Supply with 8-Way Splitter for Cameras x2
Power cord for DVR
RJ-45 Cable
BNC to RCA Adapter
BNC to RCA Video Cable

We are using 2 of these systems in our attractions but don't need the third one at this time.


04-13-2010, 07:14 PM
These cameras, Are they Dome cameras or "Outdoor Cameras"?

Dark Attraction
04-14-2010, 11:19 AM
"indoor or outdoor use"

04-14-2010, 11:36 AM
Are there any monitor(s) included? Any photos of the items?

Mike "Pogo" Hach

04-14-2010, 07:07 PM

NOT at all meaning this to be rude at all.

You said
"indoor or outdoor use"
no where in your post did you say if they were outdoor and/or outdoor use..so unlees people take the time to look the stuff up they are not goiing to know..

For everyone else .. if you look at the Q-See site ...its not really that bad of a deal.

As near as I can tell they CAN in fact be used for indoor OR outdoor use ...

Just what I have found out.

We are acctually looking for something like this .. and would acctually like to know about... as jakprintsHAUNT is asking .. as far as monitors are concerned.. are those includes or woudl have to be bought separately?

Dark Attraction
04-15-2010, 11:08 AM
Wasn't trying to be rude, I put it in quotes because it was exactly what the Q-See website said. To clarify, there are so many different terms: weatherproof, exterior, etc. so I wanted to make it clear exactly how the manufacturer specified the product was to be used.

No monitor included.

04-17-2010, 04:37 AM

I didnt mean YOU were being rude at all not in the least.. I just didnt want MY response to be misconstrued as being rude to you :)

I knew what you were talking about ..I had read the Q-See site for comparison purposes.. the poster that asked as well as other readers of the post , MAY have thought you were quoting your own post :)

Either way thanks for the claification on the ruggedness as well as the montor info.

Speaking of the monitor info .. what size monitor would you recommend for this system ?