2Mp Starlight turrets

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Next step is to order some cable and rj45 connectors, I can then call in a company to then come and run the wires for me.
 

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Wife has just messaged me, get out the trumpets, phurrrr, phurrrrrrr, phurrrrrr, phurrrr, phurrrrrrrrrrrer cameras have arrived

Just a pity I’m at work today.
Excellent @IAmATeaf

Do feel free to share any pictures of your unpacking / install.

Now you're in for some fun!
 

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Too late, kid with Christmas present syndrome I'm afraid, I opened the boxes as soon as I stepped foot in the house. Have one cam plugged in and configured on my desk which I was playing around with last night. Unfortunately, work is getting in the way so won't be able to really play until the weekend.
 

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Being retired is handy when cameras arrive :wave:
Not quite retired yet, but happened to be on a day off work when my latest two Starlight cameras arrived. You bet your sweet bippy the ladder came out of the shed, those old Chinese 4431C-A cameras came down, and the new 2231 cameras went up. Of course being replacements, there was no drilling, no cable routing, nothing difficult but dismount/remove/replace. But damn did those Starlights make a HUGE difference.
 

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Mine are all back in their boxes. I've updated their firmware and then configured them all and have been playing around with BI learning as much as I can. Still have to get somebody in to run the cables and install the cams as I don't fancy dong the cable runs or install.
 
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