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LaView Premium IP Surveillance System 8 Channel NVR + 6 x Full HD 1080P Day/Night In/Outdoor Cameras - $450AC + FS @ Newegg

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Last Edited by cricket702 September 23, 2016 at 04:31 PM
Newegg has this system on sale for $550 - $100 coupon code, total cost is $450. This was frontpage the last time this system hit this price last November!

AFAIK, this is a rebranded Hikvision system so it's not some cheap no-name equipment.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6881183053

Coupon Code:
EMCENGE62


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LaView LV-KN988P86A4 Premium IP Surveillance System 8 Channel NVR + 6 x Full HD Day/Night In/Outdoor Cameras (No HDD Included)
  • 1080P Day/Night In/Outdoor Cameras (No HDD Included)
  • 8 Ch. H.264 Realtime Full HD View/Playback NVR
  • HD 1080P Resolution w/ Wide Angle Lens
  • 30 IR LEDs for up to 100ft Night Vision
  • IP66 Weatherproof
  • Plug & Play, Built-in PoE
  • Easy Setup Remote Viewing
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Is this any good?
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These are pretty good. I haven't had any issues so far and I picked mine up during BF. I was able to get the hikvision firmware on there as well if anyone is interested.

Here the 4 camera deal (same NVR and camera but this package only has 4 cameras instead of 6) that went FP a few months ago. Lot's of info in this thread.
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I have a office with a LAN already set up. Can I just plug the cameras into my existing network cabling (using POE injectors to add power where needed) or do the cameras need to be wired directly into the NVR switch side to work?
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Quote from mehmehmeh View Post :
I have a office with a LAN already set up. Can I just plug the cameras into my existing network cabling (using POE injectors to add power where needed) or do the cameras need to be wired directly into the NVR switch side to work?
You can use existing network cabling and there is no need to wire directly into the NVR. Your POE switch and NVR will need to be connected together obviously in order for the NVR to receive data from the cameras through the POE switch.
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Quote from rayburne View Post :
These are pretty good. I haven't had any issues so far and I picked mine up during BF. I was able to get the hikvision firmware on there as well if anyone is interested.

Here the 4 camera deal (same NVR and camera but this package only has 4 cameras instead of 6) that went FP a few months ago. Lot's of info in this thread.
What hd did you install-- a wd purple? 1 terribyte or 2T. What is your opinion so far of the hard drive? thanks in advance.
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#7
This seems like a pretty sweet deal
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Quote from rayburne View Post :
These are pretty good. I haven't had any issues so far and I picked mine up during BF. I was able to get the hikvision firmware on there as well if anyone is interested.

Here the 4 camera deal (same NVR and camera but this package only has 4 cameras instead of 6) that went FP a few months ago. Lot's of info in this thread.
Were you able to put the hikvision firmware on the cameras too?
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#9
I will stay away from this brand.
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#10
I have these and they are great. Remote view and email notification motion detection. Here is some night footage with this system.

https://m.youtube.com/user/toddtsui?
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Quote from mehmehmeh View Post :
I have a office with a LAN already set up. Can I just plug the cameras into my existing network cabling (using POE injectors to add power where needed) or do the cameras need to be wired directly into the NVR switch side to work?
If i understand you correctly, I suppose you can use POE injectors, but I don't see why you would want to if the NVR already has ports available -this would just add to your cost. You would also need the NVR to do any sort of surveillance monitoring, unless you already have your own surveillance software. This seems like an all-in-one solution or a starter bundle for someone who doesn't already have cameras.
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Quote from swizzle5 View Post :
I have these and they are great. Remote view and email notification motion detection. Here is some night footage with this system.

https://m.youtube.com/user/toddtsui?

not bad. looks pretty good at night. can you post some day time samples?

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I will stay away from this brand.
can you elaborate on why this is bad brand?
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I have a different model 8 chan setup from LabVIEW. worked fine until shortly after warranty expired. now it randomly shuts down and reboots making loud beeping sounds throughout the process. it has fried several hard drives. LaVIEW had no interest in hear my please for a replacement
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#14
I have this brand. Stay away. Disconnects and sucks!!
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What do you guys think of the q.see brand?
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