Dark Fighter Or Axis Lightfinder...

On a mission to upgrade a system form analog to Ip. The areas we are replacing cameras have very little or no lighting and are currently being flooded by several IR illuminators. We are hoping to be able to eliminate the illuminators by installing an array of IP cameras that can perform well under those conditions. Trying to get useful feedback that will help me determine the best product for the project, keeping in mind that cost is not a problem...

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