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WIFI hidden long range camera advice needed

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Well, I have a problem.

Back of my fully fenced property has gate and is into cule de sac.

Unfortunately, it was originally designed by county with generous turning radius for any size car. Both neighbors across the sac encroached their properties into that turning area by good 15-20 feet.

As the result, delivery trucks and trash pickup keeps backing into my fence. On the side of bent hardware, now I have some parts cracked and in need of replacement.

Yes, report them to county and let county recover the street... but one of those guys is very close buddy and he unfortunately bought house as is, and already invested a bunch into gate and his fence. I simply do not really want to force him into major expense by unleashing country surveyors onto that corner.

But I do not mind catching trucks that back into my fence and having my repairs paid for.

I need a friendly suggestion on a WIFI camera set, hidden cam, range about 80-100 feet, that I can set on a tree and shoot along that side fence/gate.

That way:

Something that records on something at home, as trucks show normally while I'm at work. There is a very handy tree, a tall pine, next to fence, that camera can be set on. I can run extension cord to it for power. I don't want cam to bee obvious, as gal in the corner is known to be aggressive. I practically know anything obvious will be ruined.

Suggestions?
Date: Feb 25, 2015   


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