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Not that anyone is looking for advise, but for those interested, please be careful when spending money on no name surveillance gear.

Things to look out for when buying a surveillance kit:

Are the cameras made with plastic housings? Even if they are metal, is the design made to keep moisture out? It stinks having a camera fail after a big rain storm but the failure rate of those cameras that come in these kits is extremely high.

What software comes with the Nvr/Dvr? No info about it? Do you have to bring your own? Both are bad choices for new comers to surveillance. If it's just packaged software you will be disappointed.
Software is as important as the hardware.

Generally these types value brands will leave customers disappointed as the picture is fuzzy and the colors usually massively over saturated.

The point of having these is to monitor, and review video footage, so just having a blurry image doesn't really help you at all.

There are several very good brands that are cost effective (samsung, hikvision, etc.) and I promise buying a very capable Nvr/Dvr with awesome software and starting with one or two awesome cameras is way better than a low quality Nvr and 16 terrible cameras.

As a note I install professional grade camera systems for both residential and commercial applications.

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Yes, they appear to have a lot of surveillanbce systems on sale, so don't just jump on the first one. For example: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...isNodeId=1
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thanks op. it's a great deal for my home
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The Q-See one has no HDD.
All deals are very good if calculating price of each camera.

Zmodo: 8 ch. + 4x 700tvl camera $80
$20 per camera (VGA resolution)

LaView: 8 ch. + 6x 2MP IP camera $450
$75 per camera (1080p IP)

Ezviz: 8 ch. + 8x TVI camera $450 with 1TB HDD (value $50-$60)
$48-$50 per camera (1080p analog)

Q-See: 4 ch. + 4x AHD camera $150
$37.5 per camera (720p analog)

Don't forget it comes with DVR and cables.....
I will go for 1080p and no need to worry about upgrading for 1-2 years.
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The LaView setup looks like a great deal. I almost bought it at $579 a couple months ago.

Any other coupons we can stack on this?
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Zmodo is cheap, does it mean it's not that good? I want to add one to my home, just not sure which to choose. Sorry newbie here. Preferably I want something wireless and not run any lines, but it'll be super expensive.
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The LaView one is really tempting..
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Sam's Club had 16 chanel Samsung 1080 with 10 1080 cameras 2tb on black Friday might check for similar sale during Christmas.. as imo it had more to offer
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Quote from Ivanist View Post :
Zmodo is cheap, does it mean it's not that good? I want to add one to my home, just not sure which to choose. Sorry newbie here. Preferably I want something wireless and not run any lines, but it'll be super expensive.
I had a zmodo 4 chanel 3 camera broke and it was not clear plus viewing fast foward was only at 8x speed max it took for ever to review anything you get what you pay for in this case get 1080 if possible
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No HDD on the Q-See either
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Not that anyone is looking for advise, but for those interested, please be careful when spending money on no name surveillance gear.

Things to look out for when buying a surveillance kit:

Are the cameras made with plastic housings? Even if they are metal, is the design made to keep moisture out? It stinks having a camera fail after a big rain storm but the failure rate of those cameras that come in these kits is extremely high.

What software comes with the Nvr/Dvr? No info about it? Do you have to bring your own? Both are bad choices for new comers to surveillance. If it's just packaged software you will be disappointed.
Software is as important as the hardware.

Generally these types value brands will leave customers disappointed as the picture is fuzzy and the colors usually massively over saturated.

The point of having these is to monitor, and review video footage, so just having a blurry image doesn't really help you at all.

There are several very good brands that are cost effective (samsung, hikvision, etc.) and I promise buying a very capable Nvr/Dvr with awesome software and starting with one or two awesome cameras is way better than a low quality Nvr and 16 terrible cameras.

As a note I install professional grade camera systems for both residential and commercial applications.
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Quote from The Sleeze View Post :
Not that anyone is looking for advise, but for those interested, please be careful when spending money on no name surveillance gear.

Things to look out for when buying a surveillance kit:

Are the cameras made with plastic housings? Even if they are metal, is the design made to keep moisture out? It stinks having a camera fail after a big rain storm but the failure rate of those cameras that come in these kits is extremely high.

What software comes with the Nvr/Dvr? No info about it? Do you have to bring your own? Both are bad choices for new comers to surveillance. If it's just packaged software you will be disappointed.
Software is as important as the hardware.

Generally these types value brands will leave customers disappointed as the picture is fuzzy and the colors usually massively over saturated.

The point of having these is to monitor, and review video footage, so just having a blurry image doesn't really help you at all.

There are several very good brands that are cost effective (samsung, hikvision, etc.) and I promise buying a very capable Nvr/Dvr with awesome software and starting with one or two awesome cameras is way better than a low quality Nvr and 16 terrible cameras.

As a note I install professional grade camera systems for both residential and commercial applications.
So out of the list here, would you recommend any of them?
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Quote from The Sleeze View Post :
Not that anyone is looking for advise, but for those interested, please be careful when spending money on no name surveillance gear.

Things to look out for when buying a surveillance kit:

Are the cameras made with plastic housings? Even if they are metal, is the design made to keep moisture out? It stinks having a camera fail after a big rain storm but the failure rate of those cameras that come in these kits is extremely high.

What software comes with the Nvr/Dvr? No info about it? Do you have to bring your own? Both are bad choices for new comers to surveillance. If it's just packaged software you will be disappointed.
Software is as important as the hardware.

Generally these types value brands will leave customers disappointed as the picture is fuzzy and the colors usually massively over saturated.

The point of having these is to monitor, and review video footage, so just having a blurry image doesn't really help you at all.

There are several very good brands that are cost effective (samsung, hikvision, etc.) and I promise buying a very capable Nvr/Dvr with awesome software and starting with one or two awesome cameras is way better than a low quality Nvr and 16 terrible cameras.

As a note I install professional grade camera systems for both residential and commercial applications.
Thanks for not providing any actual information about the listed products mr professional installer.

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So out of the list here, would you recommend any of them?
The LaView kit is rebranded HikVision cameras. Roughly $600 worth of nice 1080p IP cameras + POE switch + NVR for $450. That is a fantastic deal.

Even if you throw the NVR in the garbage, it's a good deal on the cameras.
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