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    Trail camera with mms

    Please can anyone help ? i would like to set two trail cams up in differing locations ie to text for intruder detection as its primary role photos secondary.

    It would be a great help if anyone is currently using the mms feature, and could reccomend a model or could run me through the workings of how to set them up in this UK . thanks in advance DF

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    Have a look in the pics section of the forum - member Jonher is using one with MMS.

    Also posted on this thread: https://www.thestalkingdirectory.co.uk/showthread.php?26190-Bic-cat-caught-on-game-camera!
    Last edited by Orion; 11-07-2011 at 12:50.

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    Df you do know that you are brakeing the law unless you ask them for permission to put a camera up to watch for people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    Df you do know that you are brakeing the law unless you ask them for permission to put a camera up to watch for people.
    Bit confused here.Who do you have to ask permission from to watch people?

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    tresspassers shot on first sight then where practicle questioned after ! does that mean shot with a trail camera worked for the duke of gumby's keeper in 1868

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    There are no laws stopping any one from taking photos of anyone in the UK. Look at the amount of Town Center CCTV's we have, all garages, most shops and Pubs have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    Df you do know that you are brakeing the law unless you ask them for permission to put a camera up to watch for people.
    Didnt know that, then surley you would need the same while using cctv around the home etc ?

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    You are allowed to watch and record people on your own property or land, if you have a camera in a public area you must have signs up saying CCTV recording in this area or something along those lines.

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    No where does it state in any legislation that signs need to be displayed if you are photographing people, in public or otherwise.

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    This is off one of the CCTV law and data protection website

    Data Protection Act legislation is at the very core of protecting our Human Rights when it comes to the use of CCTV, so are we safe to assume we are protected from its misuse? The law is certainly adequate and has been since the 1998 Data Protection Act encompassed CCTV images. The Information Commissioner is responsible for enforcement and serious cases of non compliance can result in a substantial fine or even a custodial sentence.
    You must let people know that they are in an area where CCTV surveillance is being carried out. The most effective way of doing this is by prominently placed signs at the entrance to the CCTV zone and reinforcing this with further signs inside the area. The signs should contain details of the organisation responsible for operating the system, the purposes for using CCTV and contact details.

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