LPR on tree

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  1. gpower07

    gpower07 Getting comfortable

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    old 3mp bullet with 12mm lens.
     

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    Nice! Hik? Mind posting a SS of the settings?
     
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    Nice! I’m trying to figure out how I want to mount a camera for LPR. We don’t have anything close to the street to mount it on. I’m pondering building some landscaping or putting in a decorative light pole as some of our neighbors have.


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    Maybe have the camera painted black so as it hide it better in the daytime.
     
  5. gpower07

    gpower07 Getting comfortable

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    will paint later...now waiting for a more strong IR light.
     
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    I like it!! I wish we still had our boulevard tree so I could do this! Ended up putting in a light pole. Cameras aren't hidden but I painted them black and they blend in Ok.


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    My Frankenstein setup with my new Hik 2CD-7A26G0-IZHS8[​IMG]
     
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    I can hardly tell it’s there.
     
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    Lol. It's buried in between a bunch of trees and is very hard to notice at street level. Especially since it's about 35 feet up. Its also placed as a deterance rather than covertly. In my career I've learned that deterring criminals works out much better for the public rather than trying to record, identify and capture a suspect; especially in today's criminal climate where many cases often aren't prosecuted.
     
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