Hera are some systems that are available on the market.
Most cameras used for remote viewing are variations of a trailcamera and have poor image resolution or low battery life and no way to preview from the ground or at home.
We have experimented with tethering a Nikon digital camera running Ethernet and power down the tree to a laptop in a blind. This works great for quality but lack of weatherproofing requires it to be taken down after only a few hours.
Some systems use a cellular card to provide access to get pictures sent to you while you are at home. These seem to be expensive with a large amount of data.
I am looking for a weatherproof system with long battery life that is able to save pictures and video to a dvr that can be accessed remotely to preview. Good quality can be stored locally while on demand previews, and/or daily, can be accessed from home (WiFi or cell).
Ideally you can change settings remotely, zoom, and move the camera remotely as needed.
Descriptions of some systems and cost…
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