Uniden Wireless Weather Proof Video Surveillance Camera – Black (GC45)

Weather proof video surveillance camera works with the G455 camera system. It’s all weather so it won’t be damaged by rain or other outside elements. Gives you crisp, clear pictures. Product Features Weather proof night vision camera Video transmission range up to 500 feet Infrared Cut Filter Switch for true daytime color Easy DIY setup,

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(as of 09/23/2017 3:43 pm UTC - Details)

Weather proof video surveillance camera works with the G455 camera system. It’s all weather so it won’t be damaged by rain or other outside elements. Gives you crisp, clear pictures.

Product Features

  • Weather proof night vision camera
  • Video transmission range up to 500 feet
  • Infrared Cut Filter Switch for true daytime color
  • Easy DIY setup, no A/V wiring to install
  • Compatible with Uniden Guardian Series video surveillance systems

Comments

Pragmatic says:

Excellent expansion of the Uniden G755 system (digital spread spectrum) The first question is why doesn’t the G755 system come with four (4) cameras to begin with? That said, these CG45/CG45W cameras are importantly, fully-compatible with the FHSS (Frequency-hopping spread spectrum) G755 system (unlike other older, less costly non-FHSS Uniden RF cameras).The two cameras that come with the G755 system are pre-paired for you at the factory but you will have to pair any supplementary cameras to your system yourself – no big deal. From pairing camera screen, tap image 3 or 4 (1& 2 are pre-paired as mentioned earlier), then during 60 second count down, press the pairing button on the new un-paired camera. Repeat for the fourth camera as applicable.Amazon note: The only reason we rated this as a four (4) vice five (5) is that Amazon restricts the purchase quantity on some items. We had two G755 systems and needed a total of four (4) supplementary cameras (two each). We were restricted to three (3) white cameras and had to wait over a…

Bertie Shirley says:

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