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rod1701A
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Sorry if this is the wrong forum. I live in a busy neighborhood with unpredictable street parking. I have had egg once and meetings and want to see who is doing it. Police reports are t helping. Ideally motion sensor with long battery life because I have a feeling motioning sensor will go off all the time with passing cars and pedestrians. Unlikely it can’t connect Wi-Fi so SD I’m guessing g would be best. Compact without flashing lights like a nanny cam. I don’t want to turn it into broken windows and a smash and grab. 
many recommendations?

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Hello.

The only thing that we sell that comes to mind would be our 4G connected camera here: https://www.securitycameraking.com/product/2mp-3-6mm-4g-elite-series-ip-bullet-camera-w-audio/ as it is our only 4G connected camera.  We do not specialize in discrete cameras, we have a few hidden cameras or pinhole models but they are all wired cameras that require a physical connection for both power and data.  We do not sell any battery powered cameras at all, so I do not have any recommendations I can make to you in that regard.

I encourage you to consider the fact that often discrete solutions are not necessarily the best solutions for every problem.  Cameras can act as a deterrent to some of the activities you describe, and often discrete camera solutions are not designed for the types of deployments you describe.  Night vision in particular is a big sticking point; if you want to see what’s happening at night there needs to be some source of light and most cameras perform best using infrared.  That means a visible source of light, be it a white light or the classic red infrared lamps.  

If you’re looking for something battery powered and quasi-discrete, you may want to look for something in the world of spy-cams or hunting cameras.  If you’re interested in something more permanent or are willing to consider a wired solution (perhaps part of a larger security system that covers your entire property) then we would have a better ability to service your needs.

Hope this gives you some launching points.

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