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    Boat camera with remote view-gctid390139

    Hi,I work for a camera company so knew the install would be easy. Plus when I'm on business travel I can peek on the boat. The particular camera I used has two-way audio and a light I can turn on and off. When I'm away from the boat I can play a "canned" warning message based on PIR (Passive infrared) and activate the light. Click this link for what I'm reffering to: are a couple of screenshots:

    [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/693744=28542-boat cam 1.jpg[/img]

    [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/693744=28543-boat cam 2.jpg[/img]

    [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/693744=28544-boat cam.jpg[/img]You can record right to the SD card of the camera if you want on a different version (hence, no PC or recording device that always needs to be on). I have high speed internet on my boat and use the service the camera manufacturer offers to maintian the public staic IP address. (Hence,, forthe iPhone/Android app I prefer IPCAMViewer the two-way "live" audio is sweet!It's very discreet on my boat.

    [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/693744=28545-boat cam 4.jpg[/img]Thanks,SteveP.S. MSRP for camera AXIS M1031-W is $279.00 you can also buy it in a 1MP version with or without SD card slot and either PoE or Wireless. It only needs 5 volts DC, I used a device from radio shack to go from 12 VDC to 5 VDC. So even if someone shuts off my shore power it's still on.


    PS - Did you have any info on the cockpit tv that you installed? I would like to buy the same one - thanks!


      I have one of these on order:

      Going to mount it under the RADAR arch. I'll leave it pointed forward for security (have it alert me if it detects motion). My cost on them is about $85, which I can pass on to anyone else who wants one.