It is but if you have a camera pointing in to someone's bedroom window , that isn't a public place. It's about privacy more than anything but as said if you are looking at your car and garden and just happen to have your neighbours front door in shot there isn't much you can do. If your neighbour complains however that may be where the problem starts. That is why they have the privacy mask function on the cameras.I thought filming or photographing in public places was perfectly legal?
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Read here.... >> CCTV | ICO if you are in the ukif your CCTV covers any areas beyond the boundaries of your property it will no longer be regarded as domestic processing and be exempt from the DPA.
Is there a bush or something that is close to the camera? The ir light may be bouncing back from something that is too close. I have seen the it light bounce back from the actual dome covering the camera if a shroud hasn't been used. Also a dirty dome can bounce the it light back to.Cheers M8got them adjusted now so shows my drive and very little else, have you any idea why at night 1 camera is totally white out ?