I was looking into a very basic domestic CCTV solution. I already have a variety of gear to play with (old cameras, external enclosures, DVR's etc) but am specifically interested in the very low light cameras.
I believe some here have mentioned the NiteDevil range but reading around seems to suggest that these sort of low light cameras (as opposed to high-end / military I suspect) achieve such with fairly long shutter times and so are prone to blurring / smearing on any moving objects?
If that *is* likely to be an issue, IR would be ok as there is nothing reflective, as could be basic PIR LED lamps to generally illuminate the scene.
I don't have a specific target / scenario in mind, just that the std IR illumination with colour during the day and b/w at night must be the norm for good reason?
Cheers, T i m