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  1. ikmaboot

    ikmaboot n3wb

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    Hi just had a new system fitted
    3 x DS2CD2383GO-1-2.8 4k 8mp camera's
    1 x NVR DS 7608NI-K2/8p
    fitted 8 days ago
    for the first 6 days every thing was great
    day 7 the system went wrong
    all the video footage is fuzzy when anything moves
     
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    post a video...likely your noise reduction is set to high
     
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    Just trying to work out how to post a vid
    I have never posted a vid before
     
  4. fenderman

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    upload to youtube and post a link
     
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    ikmaboot n3wb

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    dont have youtube account
    I stay away from social media
     
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    It's free, no one has to know it's you
     
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    HI
    noise reduction is set to 50 so i turned it down bit by bit the picture was worse
    so turned it up bit by bit now on 100 picture looks better
    camera speed is set to 1/25
    when there is movement still fuzzy
    and the night time the picture is bad
    still working on how to post a vid
     
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    fenderman Staff Member

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    At 100 will cause issues.
    Create a YouTube account
     
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    looney2ns IPCT Contributor

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    for one, the shutter speed is too slow.
     
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    bickford Pulling my weight

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    Please post pictures or videos ...
    and hik cams settings
    BICK
     
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    here is some vid




    All this vids are meant to be 4k 8mp
    cam setting's
    resolution 380/2160
    bitrate 16384
    video encoding H265
    exposure 1/25
    backlight -BLC off -WDR off -HLC off
    white balance AWB1
    DNR Normal - 100
     
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    mlapaglia Pulling my weight

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    All of your videos say "This video is unavailable"
     
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    For me there is no problems on these movies.

    if you want to see people walking or running without ghosting or blurring
    you need to increase the speed of exposure as mentionned by looney

    by default your camera should be set to 1/25 on the Hikvision

    try with a speed of 1/250
    You have to know that the sensor sensitivity of the camera will allow you to have a clear picture and a fast exposure speed!

    Your camera :

    Min. Illumination:
    Color: 0.01 Lux @ (F1.2, AGC ON), 0.028 Lux @ (F2.0, AGC ON), 0 Lux with IR
    With high resolution you have bad low light capacity here 0.01 lux


    BICK
     
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    DNR too high and try and set your shutter to Auto for starts.
     
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    the DNR was set lower the picture was bad very grainy
    and how do you set the shutter to auto not found that option
     
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    have you read my answer ?? ....
    Its a HIK no auto exposure 1/25 by default.

    BICK
     
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    Looks like i will have to buy another camera
    so will a ptz camera have good night vision
     
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    First off your video isn't all that bad.

    Second, it isnt the style of camera that is the problem, its the sensor. You're seeing what many here have learned, which is that increased mega pixels doesn't necessarily mean better video, especially at night.

    If you want great night video, look at the 2MP Dahua Starlight cameras or the HiK Low Light series
    Performance Series

    Regardless of the camera you'll need to play with the shutter setting and limit DNR to minimize motion blur. Often on mine those settings are different for day/night
     
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    You are trying to cover too wide of area with a wide lens, and too few cams, thus making it harder to ID anyone.
    You also have the cams mounted too high, which means they are pointed down at a sharp angle, and the IR is then at too sharp an angle and doesn't spread out to the street as it should.
    7-8 ft off the ground is ideal.
    And you need more zoom to capture faces, especially at night.
    Study this: Cliff Notes and this: IPVM Camera Calculator V3
     
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    a company fitted the cams , they said thats were they fit cams
    I thought 10 to 15 ft off the ground would be ideal.
    will this ptz -
    Dahua 2MP 25x Starlight IR PTZ Network IP Camera SD49225T-HN
    work with the hikvision software and nvr
     
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    it's not very serious to ask questions and not take the time to read the answers people give you .
    Contact the company who fitted the cam and ask them ... !

    when I was little my mother taught me to say "thank you" when someone was helping for something...

    BICK
     
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    Hi ikmaboot

    Many times the companies / people that install cameras are not the same who have to use them to ID suspects.
     
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    Looneyism #642: "Do you want to see what happened or do you want to see who did it?"
     
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    Dahua 2MP 45x SD6CE245U-HNI Starlight PTZ: unfuQinbelievable. A great camera. Get it from Andy @EMPIRETECANDY. If you need a PTZ you won't be disappointed. thumbsup.gif

    The only downside is you'll have a small canister vacuum cleaner hanging on the side of your house. Smileyspin.gif

    This is midnight, pitch dark...

    PTZ1.20181128_001215237.jpg

    PTZ1.20181128_001347664.jpg
     
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    EMPIRETECANDY IPCT Vendor

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    ikmaboot n3wb

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    I did not have a mother and the only thing i was taught was children should be seen and not heard

    i am studing the clliff notes but the ipvm camera calculator v3 will not let me use
    the company that fitted the cams only use hikvision so no help from them
    I can not find any info Dahua 2MP 45x SD6CE245U-HNI Starlight PTZruning on a hikvision nvr thats why i asked
    Thanks for the help
     
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    Just search it on the forum, there has many talking about Hikvision NVR with dahua cameras.
     
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