EyeSpy247PTZ: Spy on your dog, catch intruders

What makes the snappily named PTZ so excellent is its nifty features. It isn't the cheapest security camera we've seen, but it is one of the most flexible.

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In these financially troubled times you can never be sure when a banker will go from filching money from your bank account to coming to your house and nicking your actual stuff. So why not prevent more banker-related woes by fitting a home security camera? The EyeSpy247PTZ is a very capable example.

Using a wired or wireless network to send images from your home back to you, wherever you are in the world, it's a smashing system for keeping an eye out for burglars, and handing video evidence to the police if someone does get in and take your stuff.

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