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Security System with Wireless Cameras

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I am interested in installing security system.
I need to use 3 wireless cameras to be controlled by my PC p II at 633 mgh and as 4 camera to use the DOOR VIDEOPHONE if possible.
The problem is I don't know what exactly or how exactly I will conect them to my PC.
Can you please suggest some possible solution?
Thanks a lot.
 
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There are essentially 2 ways to go to use digital recording and PC control:

Using traditional CCTV cameras and a multiline video capture card and appropriate software:
i.e. http://www.skywaysecurity.com/

Using ethernet/wireless cameras and software.
(see above)

Traditional CCTV cams come in a great deal more styles (doorbell cam, ceiling dome, outdoor low light, etc) and seem a lot more durable, IMHO
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