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Do we have any resident cobblers / DIY types who are using Linux for CCTV / security related? I mean legit Linux DIY not premade embedded systems. I am fussing with some China dump wifi cameras (read cheap). Quite interesting little units for the price (bound to be more like them). ~ $15 a camera delivered. RTSP streaming from these and seems to be a really common software stack they are loading into lots of these China cams from many many brands. Do we have people using the Open Source Zoneminder DVR / CCTV software? Considering trying to get Zoneminder running on one of my unused ARM boards (yes it exists for ARM also).
Hello, Its a bit off topic on this forum but i couldnt find a better place to ask this. I am looking for a camera with a fairly low budget to take quality photos in the night. The kind of photos i want to take is buildings along with stars/ moon I already have a sony dsc-t90 lying around but it just doesnt do the job very well ( the sky pictures does not come well defined ) I am an amateur photographer. Could anyone help me with what specs i should look in a camera? like shutter speed / pixels / iso / resolution etc. and probably some real models? Thanks :wub: