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PippinWarren
15-12-2011, 08:42 PM
Oh my O/H is one in a million :love:. He not only bought me a playhouse for the bunnies and fitted it out. He also fitted an internal CCTV colour camera. Its so much fun watching their nightime antics. Its the best thing I have ever had. I can watch them 24/7 without them knowing I'm there. He is planning on writing to Santa to bring another :D

Everyone should put one of these on their wish list this christmas!

happybun
15-12-2011, 08:50 PM
sounds amazing!

Aly&Poppy<3
15-12-2011, 08:51 PM
Brilliant :thumb: :D:D

Oompa-Loompa
15-12-2011, 08:53 PM
Haha that's great! I always wondered what they get up to during the night as everytime I go down there in the morning their room is a MESS :lol:

Jenova
15-12-2011, 09:02 PM
Set up a live web feed for RU! :mrgreen:
It's something I've always wanted too.

PippinWarren
15-12-2011, 09:04 PM
Haha that's great! I always wondered what they get up to during the night as everytime I go down there in the morning their room is a MESS :lol:

The playhouse is always like a student bedroom each morning. As I have observed its due to Misty Moo throwing things around. Her husbun McVitie just sits and watches in amazement.

BUT if Misty Moo moves his poop tray around he stands guard by it :lol:

Alleycat
15-12-2011, 09:05 PM
I'm jealous - I would LOVE to find out what the little furballs actually do during the night - not only is everything a mess in the morning, but they both look absolutely exhausted too :)

PippinWarren
15-12-2011, 09:08 PM
Set up a live web feed for RU! :mrgreen:
It's something I've always wanted too.

Erm live web feed? ? ? ?:shock: Im a newbie to forums so not really sure how to do that yet but will try and do it. The camera is colour by day and black & white at night but the picture is crystal clear.

It was easy to install. Mount camera to inside wall run lead through window and couple up to portable TV.

sammi14
15-12-2011, 09:40 PM
omg how has he done this! i would love that in my new playhouse for my bunny! hes being a swine at the min

SamanthaJane
15-12-2011, 09:42 PM
I'm jealous - I would LOVE to find out what the little furballs actually do during the night - not only is everything a mess in the morning, but they both look absolutely exhausted too :)

Me too - but what if you discover you sleep walk or something :lol:

PippinWarren
15-12-2011, 09:50 PM
omg how has he done this! i would love that in my new playhouse for my bunny! hes being a swine at the min

Easy to install everything was in box no electrician needed or anything and its an outdoor camera so everything safe. Lens does not steam up either. Response cctv Was 44.99 from Argos. The cheaper one wasn't very good. It comes with approx 10m of cable so it was easy to connect through window jamb without cutting any holes to pass wire through. :)

sammi14
15-12-2011, 10:01 PM
i deffo think im going to make my dad fit me one in the playhouse! :D thankkss

BattleKat
15-12-2011, 10:06 PM
I've been really wanting to do this, but running a cable in to the house isn't possible. So jealous!

I don't suppose anyone knows of a wireless webcam that can be really far away from the router?

Wilbur
15-12-2011, 10:21 PM
I've got a Y-cam in the buns shed. It's wireless to my pc and I can get it on my phone when I am out. My O/H got it and installed it for me a few Christmas's ago. I love it! My buns are very lazy, most of the time they are sleeping! It's great to watch them, so I really recommend one!

sammi14
15-12-2011, 10:35 PM
thats what id love, for it to be viewed on my computer! it any good?

Stator
15-12-2011, 11:46 PM
I've been really wanting to do this, but running a cable in to the house isn't possible. So jealous!

I don't suppose anyone knows of a wireless webcam that can be really far away from the router?

I've got a wireless camera that runs off rechargeable AA batteries. It's not a webcam, it plugs into the TV.
I'm so glad I have it because otherwise I wouldn't know that they are actually good friends, whenever I'm around we have problems with aggression.

Fifibutton
16-12-2011, 12:26 AM
I've been really wanting to do this, but running a cable in to the house isn't possible. So jealous!

I don't suppose anyone knows of a wireless webcam that can be really far away from the router?

Same here. I did look into it a while back and found some wireless web cams on Maplins but never bought one so cannot give a verdict. I'll maybe look into it in the new year though.

chelle
16-12-2011, 12:38 PM
I've got a Y-cam in the buns shed. It's wireless to my pc and I can get it on my phone when I am out. My O/H got it and installed it for me a few Christmas's ago. I love it! My buns are very lazy, most of the time they are sleeping! It's great to watch them, so I really recommend one!

:wave:Hi - do you mind linking which camera you have? Ive had a little look and found one that is wifi and for outdoor use but it sends a text or video shot whenever there is movement...so thats might not be the right one!:lol:
Id love to be able to look on my phone or online to check up on them when Im not home!:p

and where di you buy yours from?

Wilbur
16-12-2011, 01:20 PM
I have a y-cam black s with a black shell. This is the link: http://www.y-cam.com/product-range/

Oh, and it's a live constant feed so you can watch them all the time!

ripminnie
16-12-2011, 02:12 PM
I couldn't believe it when I read this! Just the other night my OH said he'd been thinking of getting me one for Christmas, but he'd decided against it!! :( he said his heart told him yes and his head said no, because I'd just be even more obsessed than I am already!! :lol: might get myself one anyway... I'd love to see what they're up to whenever I want! :)

BattleKat
16-12-2011, 02:20 PM
I have a y-cam black s with a black shell. This is the link: http://www.y-cam.com/product-range/

Oh, and it's a live constant feed so you can watch them all the time!

Does it just connect to your own wi-fi network? I really want one but I don't know how I'd extend the range of my router right out to the shed. :(

Alleycat
16-12-2011, 02:34 PM
Me too - but what if you discover you sleep walk or something :lol:

Well, that would explain why I feel so tired in the mornings :)

Petty sure I don't sleep walk though - I would either step on some rabbit toys, trip over a rabbit prop or if by chance I should make it to their eating and toilet quarters, I would get bitten - they HATE stomping late at night and in the dark :)