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Promoted 04-22-2016 by qwikwit at 03:00 PM View Original Post
Lorex Technology has their 500GB Security Camera System w/ 2 Outdoor Cameras (L42) on sale for $99.99 - $15 w/ promo code EMAIL15 = $84.99. Shipping is free. Thanks myandroid.qa

Includes:
  • 1x DVR with Pre-Installed HDD
  • 1x DVR Docking Stand
  • 1x HDMI Cable
  • 1x Octopus Cable
  • 1x Ethernet Cable
  • 1x Remote Control
  • 1x Power Adapter
  • 1x Mouse
  • 2x Security camera with mounting acessories
  • 2x 60ft video/power siamiese cable
  • Quick Start Guides

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Edited April 22, 2016 at 11:06 PM by myandroid.qa
Update: Ordered a day before yesterday. Package delivered today and surprise - it comes with 4 camera.!!! laugh out loud

lorextechnology.com https://www.lorextechnology.com/s...resSection has Security camera system including 2 Outdoor Camera + 500 GB DVR in $85 after applying coupon code = EMAIL15

Features of DVR & Security Camera:

LH04045G Digital Video Recorder Features:

Tablet / smartphone viewing and playback1

Lorex Stratus Connectivity - 3 step setup

Superior 960H Resolution - 34% more detailed and true-to-life images2

HDMI cable included for simple connection to HDTVs3

Record to included security grade hard drive with no recurring fees

Instant email alerts with snap shot attachment

Continuous, scheduled, and motion recording

Advanced mobile apps with live viewing, playback, video recording, and snap shot
PC and Mac compatible

H.264 video compression4

Flexible DVR positing (Horizontal or Vertical)5

3 video outputs (HDMI, VGA and BNC) to connect multiple monitors

Pentaplex operation - view, record, playback, back up and remotely control the system simultaneously

PTZ cameras supported (RS485) remotely control through App

Accurate time stamps with NTP & Daylight Savings Time

Automatic firmware upgrade over the Internet ensures your system is secure and up to date6

CVC7721 Security Camera Features:

1.3 Megapixel image sensor (900 TVL resolution)

Lightweight yet extremely durable Polycarbonate housing

Integrated automatic Infrared Cut Filter (ICR) ensures accurate color representation in all lighting conditions

Day/Night mode: Picture automatically switches to B&W delivering better clarity in low light conditions

BrightNight viewing with enhanced low light image sensor

Close-up recognition at night with auto light compensation prevents wash-out effect

Night vision range up to 130ft (40m) in ambient lighting & up to 90ft (28m) away in total darkness 7

Modern two-tone design - residential and business friendly

Split glass design minimizes IR reflection

Anti-glare feature ensures clear images under strong lighting conditions

3.6mm wide-angle lens captures a wide field of view

Vandal resistant design with cable pass-through bracket

Ideal for outdoor & indoor applications (IP66 Rated) 8

Removable camera base and integrated 3ft camera cable for hassle-free and flexible installation

Versatile mounting options: ceiling, counter or wall mountable

60ft BNC/Power extension cable included per camera

Energy-efficient CEC (California Energy Commission) compliant power adapter included

System Includes:
1 x DVR with Pre-Installed HDD
1 x DVR Docking Stand
1 x HDMI Cable
1 x Octopus Cable
1 x Ethernet Cable
1 x Remote Control
1 x Power Adapter
1 x Mouse
2 x Security camera with mounting acessories
2 x 60ft video/power siamiese cable
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Why is someone marking most of the comments as "not helpful"? These are all good questions.

That being said, I've owned Lorex cameras before and I've also seen them installed in local small businesses as Costco had a deal several years ago that included four cameras and the DVD / monitor. Since the cameras are hardwired, your signal and picture is much more reliable. With Wi-Fi, any interference and you're losing the video. Think of an antenna for over-the-air TV and that's equivalent to a Wi-Fi camera if its installed somewhere on your property especially at a distance from the base unit.

The deal that Costco had included cameras that have night vision and audio, and while the picture was a bit grainy it was pretty good night vision. These were outdoor cameras and that makes a difference. the quality of course would be better for any camera recording indoors.

I was pleased with the setup we had, but keep in mind a hardwired system with the DVR takes up real estate in your home and isn't Incognito so to speak.
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this is not to reply to yanks but I agree with him.

I work for a large security company that sells commercial grade high end analog , ip and cloud cameras. worked here for 5 years and I sell at least 4 a month. I have designed hundreds of systems. my customers who are residential, small bus and commercial have been working for years.

you get what you pay for but you can find good cameras that you build a la cart off amazon or other websites and not go to Costco. my expertise says those cameras are POS.

first off you need to understand basic of cameras. have you ever install cctv system before? you hire a contractor? what do you want to see and what's your budget. I personally for the same cost would never go with an ancient cheap dvr and alalog cameras. yes they say "hd" but they are just better then the cap they were pushing for the last 2p years. go with a nvr system that has POE built in. and ip based camera. super 980h is just more horizontal line that still get grainy when pinch to zoomed to see faces or license plates. go with at least 1 megapxel cameras. 2 or 3 is nice but most people don't have the network upload connection to handle that on their Internet.

other changes if you go with analog buy a Altronix or other brand external wall mount power supply. those are like $20 range online. that saves your dvr,recordings and cameras from failure.

these cameras are POS also. get 2.8mm lenses cheaper wider angle best wide angle lense for the money. these say outdoor rated but they are not made for most outdoor conditions. you live up north in midwest or down south you press them to fail. look at tech specs. most lorex cameras go down to 32 degree freezing point. these go to zero. I have seen these fail before winter comes. I get ones that are good to 40 degrees below zero.
also bullet cameras suck. Either pay for a vandal housing or get dome vandal proof cameras. bullets weak point is the hinge. I can easily walk underneath and point those cameras towards the sky.

the setup I use is a 8ch nvr and 2tb storage I had sitting around. 4 vandal proof 2.8mm vandal proof 1.3 megapxel cameras.

you can buy a 4 ch nvr for $75 -$100 range plus $30 each camera. so $160 or less for a 10 times better camera system. if you don't do your homework and get cheapest possible the things that fail in this deal are dvr, hard drive, power supply, cameras ir emitters, connectors and cheap brittle wires.

if you install it your self you need tools wire cutters, hammer drill to drill through brick and exterior, silicone sealant,wire fish tape
Why would one spend the time, effort and expense to wire up external security cameras (electric and network) and then use some crummy resolution 960H cameras? One gets what one pays for and in this day and age, one should not even be looking at anything below HD now imo.

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Got one. Sweet Update: Ordered a day before yesterday. Package delivered today and surprise - it comes with 4 camera.!!! :-)
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anybody knows if they're worth it?
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#5
what is the advantage of DVR over wifi webcams?
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How easy is it to connect the power on one of these cameras? I see it comes with a 60ft power cable, but how thick is the cable? Do you have to drill a hole through your wall to get the cable inside of your house & connected to an outlet?
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How easy is it to connect the power on one of these cameras? I see it comes with a 60ft power cable, but how thick is the cable? Do you have to drill a hole through your wall to get the cable inside of your house & connected to an outlet?
well if you are installing the cameras outside you have to drill holes and fish the cable inside... cable width should be the least of your concern - BNC connector is wider.
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How reliable is this brand?
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anybody knows if they're worth it?
$85 pretty cheap.
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go to ipcamtalk and ask there for questions.they know a lot about secruity cams.
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How reliable is this brand?
far as I know lorex DVRs are home grade products.
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get the warranty. 9 bucks for 3 years
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Upon seeing the picture, where is the BNC connector to the camera, can someone explain.
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Why is someone marking most of the comments as "not helpful"? These are all good questions.

That being said, I've owned Lorex cameras before and I've also seen them installed in local small businesses as Costco had a deal several years ago that included four cameras and the DVD / monitor. Since the cameras are hardwired, your signal and picture is much more reliable. With Wi-Fi, any interference and you're losing the video. Think of an antenna for over-the-air TV and that's equivalent to a Wi-Fi camera if its installed somewhere on your property especially at a distance from the base unit.

The deal that Costco had included cameras that have night vision and audio, and while the picture was a bit grainy it was pretty good night vision. These were outdoor cameras and that makes a difference. the quality of course would be better for any camera recording indoors.

I was pleased with the setup we had, but keep in mind a hardwired system with the DVR takes up real estate in your home and isn't Incognito so to speak.
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