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Uniden 8 Channel NVR Security System with 8x1080P HD Outdoor-Rated Cameras with 2TB Hard Drive - $429 with promo code

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Last Edited by annie930ny July 10, 2016 at 09:58 AM
Uniden UNVR85x8 is part of a new line of wired DVR and NVR products. This is a High Definition 1080P wired 8-channel Network Video Recorder with 8 outdoor cameras. Full-time live viewing is done through HDMI and/or VGA out to a TV or monitor. The free Uniden ProHD app is available in iOS and Android for live remote viewing anytime, anywhere.
  • 8-Channel Wired 1080P Network Video Recorder (NVR) System
  • 2TB Hard Disk Drive stores hours of video
  • 8 Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports
  • Remote Viewing via Uniden ProHD iOS and Android Apps
  • HDMI/VGA Out
  • 8 X 1080P IP66 Rated Outdoor Cameras
  • Night Vision up to 100'
  • IR Cut Filter Switch
  • Schedule, Motion and Manual recording

What's in the Box
1 X 8 Channel NVR with 2 TB hard drive
8 X 1080P HD cameras with night vision
8 X 100' Ethernet (Cat5e) cables for cameras
1 X 6' Ethernet cable (Cat5e)
1 X 6' HDMI cable
1 X USB mouse
1 X DVR power adapter
1 X Uniden InstallerNet professional installation card


NOTE: you need a unique weekly promo code in order to get this deal in your cart. Promo codes are unique and you should sign up for Fry's emails to get them.

$649 - $220 promo code = $429 final price with FREE shipping. Available online or in-store. Price good 7/10 thru 7/16.

http://www.frys.com/product/88561...mail071016

I almost bought the same 8 channel system with 4 cameras for $319 a week or so ago with a 1-day promo code. This is a better deal if you need the 8 cameras.
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any specs on the cameras?
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Looks like hikvision
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how does this compare to this model

DIGIMERGE-DN408P2E6Digimerge DN408P2E6 Full HD PoE NVR System, 8 Channel, 8x PoE, 2TB, 6x 2.1MP 1080p Cameras

spec for this camera http://www.flir.com/security/display/?id=72260

any input i am looking for 6 cameras for chicagoland area outside need to hold -22 temp in winter

any input go with frys or the one i posted


thanks
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Last edited by yas070 July 10, 2016 at 08:51 AM
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Quote from droiddeals View Post :
any specs on the cameras?
Camera Specs

Image Sensor 1/2.8" Sony CMOS, 2.43 Megapixel
Video Format NTSC/PAL
Effective Pixels H: V: 800
Resolution 1080P
Lens/Type 3.6mm, Fixed
Max Aperture F2.0
Field of View 76?
Scan Progressive
Sync System Internal
IR LED - 850nm, 30total
Infrared Cut Filter Yes
Night Vision Range 100'
Min Illumination 0.1 Lux w/o IR LED, 0 Lux w/ IR LED
Video Output RF45
Cable Ethernet
Cable Length 100'
Power 12V PoE
Power Consumption <15W (with HDD)
Operating Temp 14? F to 131? F
Operating Humidity 10% - 90% RH
Environmental Rating IP 66 Casing Metal
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Where do u sign up for a promo code? Sorry I can't seem to find the link on Fry's webpage.
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is this better than the Costco deal for the lorax 3mp cameras for 700
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Is this good?
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#10
Crazy price for a 8ch 1080p NVR system (that actually comes with 8 cameras) and 2TB HDD but a huge gamble. Uniden is a recognized name but not known for video surveillance so these could be a quick rebrands from a manufacturer (possibly a low bidder with unknown reliability, quality or software/support, most likely not Hikvision at this price as half of China's factories copy their camera shape). This system is sold in surprising many places: $854 sold by Amazon [amazon.com] (not just FBA) and Walmart [walmart.com], $808 at Newegg [newegg.com]. Customer service seem to have little knowledge so don't expect customer support (kinda like their dash cam product line). Here are the Uniden product page [uniden.com] and PDF manual [uniden.com].

Amazon reviewers for this and similar systems noted good video quality but glitchy software (motion detection just broke), immature/broken P2P phone app, hardware "after 1 week of use, lost video signal on 1 channel apparently for no reason" then "could not find any issue that could have caused signal loss and when I modified the alarm setting to stop the noise and emails the video signal came back." Review dates suggest these systems just came out in May.

PoE ethernet cable length at 100' is generous though (others often bundle 50-60' to reduce cost). There is proper NTSC 30fps recording unlike some Annke and Zmodo that only support PAL'ish 25fps (one will see stutters when viewed on 60fps TV or PC). Website claims WD Purple surveillance rated HDD too. Stated camera power input is 12V DC so it could be non-standard PoE (no auto-negotiation? PoE that supports devices other than its own generally run on 48V nominal) but I'm no expert on PoE (one reviewer states option for PoE or extra 12V coax pigtail input). Not sure if "1/2.8" Sony CMOS" camera can be believed if that matters.
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Last edited by FatFaluz July 10, 2016 at 10:34 AM
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Ordered one and waiting for one of you pros to outline the pro and cons. I'll pick it up if it is a rebrand hk

Is exactly what I wanted, NVR poe 1080, 8 cameras
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Where do u sign up for a promo code? Sorry I can't seem to find the link on Fry's webpage.
Search Fry's ad sign up
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Yep, that really is a good price for everything your getting and it's all better stuff like the IP based cameras that use ethernet cables that are so much easier to run and usually have much better frame rates, plus the WD purple drive is 24/7 surveillance rated and I have one in my hybrid HD/SD/IP DVR kit I bought. Has a good warranty and runs very cool and quiet which is important so you don't overheat the box or drive.
If you need that many cameras and have the money I'd jump on the deal as you probably wont find that much pretty good gear any cheaper and you can always experiment with other software to use with it if the included one doesn't work well.
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Quote from yas070 View Post :
how does this compare to this model

DIGIMERGE-DN408P2E6Digimerge DN408P2E6 Full HD PoE NVR System, 8 Channel, 8x PoE, 2TB, 6x 2.1MP 1080p Cameras

spec for this camera http://www.flir.com/security/display/?id=72260

any input i am looking for 6 cameras for chicagoland area outside need to hold -22 temp in winter

any input go with frys or the one i posted


thanks
This is the one I have been eyeing locally. Seems like a good deal and Zmodo products have been pretty good in my experience. It's an 8ch 2tb zmodo

http://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/ele/5676176287.html
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Last edited by petes67bird July 10, 2016 at 10:35 AM
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I own a lot of cameras and 2 DVRs, one from HIKvision and one from Dahua which are considered very good brands. What you want to do is buy cameras that are POE, power over ethernet. This is the infrastructure part that will buy you the correct type of wiring for the future.

Next thing with buying a DVR bundle is the issue with the firmware of the DVR. DVRs usually have a poorly implemented firmware and you are better off buying a software solution such as blueiris which gives you much better capabilities with respect to playback, motion detection, smartphone apps, etc.

For $429, it seems like you might be getting your moneys worth but I think the cameras and DVR will leave a lot to be desired unless you have very very modest requirements. The truth for me is that if I bought something like this I'd replace it in less than a year with superior cameras and a software DVR. That's why I recommend you look at BlueIris and buying some Hikvision cameras off aliexpress or ebay. It won't cost you much more and it will be a superior solution, but that's only if you have the tech know how to implement it.
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