Millburn is close enough to me that the cops here are searching for the perpetrator.
Ted was cutting through an alley between the convenience store and the main drag when he stepped out into what looked like a scene straight out of "COPS"!
7 Cruisers blocking Broad St to all traffic as the patrolmen ran the info. of a dude fitting the perpetrator's general description as seen through that Fuzzy Nanny-Cam.
One of the cops is our neighbor, so he was able to tell Ted what was going down... ...the guy's info. checked out, so the cops were able to apologize/thank him for his co-operation, and send him on his way.
_________________________ . "...or am I a butterfly dreaming she's a woman?"
I'm with you on that ... I can't get over how fuzzy security cams are and nanny cams and web cams. If it's recoding to a DVR.. there's no excuse or reason.
I deal with some client's security cams.
It's just like your business. It's not the DVR limitations or image capture limitations, it's the optics of the cameras, and the bandwidth/wiring/wireless needed for higher res cameras to get the data to the DVR in a timely fashion.
Which translates into major $$$ as compared to your Daddy's security cam.
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