Just installed a new Turret Style Low Light 4K Color Camera....

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It's great.... a real game changer in my night time security. Works great! There is a street light in my cul-de-sac that provides plenty of ambient lighting. I do not use the light on the front of the camera.... excellent visibility to about 350 ft. If long term reliablity holds up, I see replacing all of my cameras with low light color in the future.
 

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If long term reliablity holds up, I see replacing all of my cameras with low light color in the future.
Long term reliability should be the same as any other hikvision camera, which is excellent and you have nellys great support on top of that. Might as well upgrade now.
 

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It's great.... a real game changer in my night time security. Works great! There is a street light in my cul-de-sac that provides plenty of ambient lighting. I do not use the light on the front of the camera.... excellent visibility to about 350 ft. If long term reliablity holds up, I see replacing all of my cameras with low light color in the future.
What’s the model number?
 

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I don't.
Those are analogue cameras, hard to compare.
Sorry - you are right. I got a little mixed up.

I meant in comparison to DS-2CD2347G1-L(U)|Pro Series (EasyIP)|Hikvision

I saw a video review from DVS of the Hikvision (the one with the link above) but it's hard to appreciate if it is at par or better than the NSC-NITECOLOR-DM2's review. I think Nelly's used a pretty good setting to show the true power of ColourVu capability in extremely low light conditions. Is there any possibility to replicate similar low light conditions and test for DS-2CD2347G1-L(U).

Also I believe NSC-NITECOLOR-DM2 isn't available in the UK!
 

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Sorry - you are right. I got a little mixed up.

I meant in comparison to DS-2CD2347G1-L(U)|Pro Series (EasyIP)|Hikvision

I saw a video review from DVS of the Hikvision (the one with the link above) but it's hard to appreciate if it is at par or better than the NSC-NITECOLOR-DM2's review. I think Nelly's used a pretty good setting to show the true power of ColourVu capability in extremely low light conditions. Is there any possibility to replicate similar low light conditions and test for DS-2CD2347G1-L(U).

Also I believe NSC-NITECOLOR-DM2 isn't available in the UK!
They are exactly the same camera.
 

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Is there any possibility to replicate similar low light conditions and test for DS-2CD2347G1-L(U).
There are a few comparative reviews for this model.
Here's one :
 

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I got two of them and they are great. The night vision is insane. Most houses on my street have little PAR20 up lights out front and about half the people on the street turn them on at night. It almost looks like a slightly overcast day at noon but only at midnight. I had two of Nelly's 202-BT bullet cameras with IR. Not even close to a comparison at night. Very happy with them so far. And as a bonus, they have sound! Thanks for the help on this guys.
 
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