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Lorex FLIR 2K HD IP 3TB NVR camera system with 8 color NV cams $765 shipped with code

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I've been researching surveillance systems for a little while and stumbled on this deal from Lorex / FLIR. Use. Code save15 for 15% off the $899 price. Shipping is free.

https://www.lorextechnology.com/h...resSection

I'll admit I'm no expert on this stuff but I felt the sale price provided good value for the cost.

I only plan on needing 4 of the 8 cameras. I may keep 4 as spares or sell them off for $250/ pair. That would make this kit a steal at $265! There's been a rash of car break-ins in our neighbourhood in the last month. Most of our neighbours have systems from Warehouse Clubs that seem to perform well for $300-400. I'm wondering if this system is worth the extra cash for the additional features it provides. I've read some terrible reviews about tech support but most people, seem satisfied with the product functionality and quality.

Any feedback / discussion is appreciated and encouraged.



Protect your home or small business with a professional 2K resolution security system from Lorex by FLIR. Featuring an 8-channel, 2K capable NVR and eight 4mp bullet security cameras with color night vision, this system will deliver stunningly detailed security footage day and night. Installation of this security system is made easy thanks to the NVR's 8× integrated PoE+ ports, which will automatically detect the included IP cameras upon connection. Outstanding night vision, True WDR (Wide Dynamic Range), and extreme cold climate capability ensure that your security cameras have what it takes to get the job done.

2K resolution security footage
Your eight PB133F bullet security cameras can record a 2K pixel resolution of 2688 x 1520 at 20 frames-per-second (FPS). This pixel ratio, compared to 1080p (1920 x 1080), offers more detail and clarity in your video footage. Each camera also uses a wide 90° angle lens that will provide you with broad fields of view for an excellent range of security coverage. They also utilize a True Wide Dynamic Range (HDR) feature that will ensure that bright areas are not too over-exposed and dark areas are not too dark.

Why choose 2K security cameras?
2K quality security footage can be the difference you need when identifying vital details such as faces or license plate numbers. Double the resolution as 1080p full HD, your security system is capable of recording a 2K pixel resolution of 2688 x 1520. This higher resolution will not only provide you with more detail and clarity in your security footage, it will also allow you to see details further into the distance. This is because there are more pixels within the image, so the details won't blur together as quickly when you digitally zoom in.

PoE cabling for easy installation
The HDIP88BW security system features a simple plug-and-play setup that uses power-over-ethernet (PoE) technology. All you have to do is run a single Cat5e ethernet cable between your NVR and each IP camera. This all-in-one cable provides both power to the camera and video transmission up to 300ft / 91m (eight 60ft Cat5e ethernet cables are included in this system, click here to purchase extension cables if more distance is needed).

https://www.lorextechnology.com/h...resSection

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I've been researching surveillance systems for a little while and stumbled on this deal from Lorex / FLIR. Use. Code save15 for 15% off the $899 price. Shipping is free.

https://www.lorextechnology.com/h...resSection

I'll admit I'm no expert on this stuff but I felt the sale price provided good value for the cost.

I only plan on needing 4 of the 8 cameras. I may keep 4 as spares or sell them off for $250/ pair. That would make this kit a steal at $265! There's been a rash of car break-ins in our neighbourhood in the last month. Most of our neighbours have systems from Warehouse Clubs that seem to perform well for $300-400. I'm wondering if this system is worth the extra cash for the additional features it provides. I've read some terrible reviews about tech support but most people, seem satisfied with the product functionality and quality.

Any feedback / discussion is appreciated and encouraged.



Protect your home or small business with a professional 2K resolution security system from Lorex by FLIR. Featuring an 8-channel, 2K capable NVR and eight 4mp bullet security cameras with color night vision, this system will deliver stunningly detailed security footage day and night. Installation of this security system is made easy thanks to the NVR's 8× integrated PoE+ ports, which will automatically detect the included IP cameras upon connection. Outstanding night vision, True WDR (Wide Dynamic Range), and extreme cold climate capability ensure that your security cameras have what it takes to get the job done.

2K resolution security footage
Your eight PB133F bullet security cameras can record a 2K pixel resolution of 2688 x 1520 at 20 frames-per-second (FPS). This pixel ratio, compared to 1080p (1920 x 1080), offers more detail and clarity in your video footage. Each camera also uses a wide 90° angle lens that will provide you with broad fields of view for an excellent range of security coverage. They also utilize a True Wide Dynamic Range (HDR) feature that will ensure that bright areas are not too over-exposed and dark areas are not too dark.

Why choose 2K security cameras?
2K quality security footage can be the difference you need when identifying vital details such as faces or license plate numbers. Double the resolution as 1080p full HD, your security system is capable of recording a 2K pixel resolution of 2688 x 1520. This higher resolution will not only provide you with more detail and clarity in your security footage, it will also allow you to see details further into the distance. This is because there are more pixels within the image, so the details won't blur together as quickly when you digitally zoom in.

PoE cabling for easy installation
The HDIP88BW security system features a simple plug-and-play setup that uses power-over-ethernet (PoE) technology. All you have to do is run a single Cat5e ethernet cable between your NVR and each IP camera. This all-in-one cable provides both power to the camera and video transmission up to 300ft / 91m (eight 60ft Cat5e ethernet cables are included in this system, click here to purchase extension cables if more distance is needed).

https://www.lorextechnology.com/h...resSection

Coupon code save15 for 15% off all equipment
https://www.lorextechnology.com/store/
Free shipping.
uhmmmmmmmm you from england or something
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people from the united states aka yanks dont talk like that.. nor do we spell color as colour or neighbors as neighbours.. so you must not be from america.. but we dont need cameras to keep the king of england out of our homes thats why there is the GUNz!!! 2nd amendment haha
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I would prefer wifi camera like arlo so I don't have to run cable to nvr. so no one knows where my recording device is.
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@op - try this one instead - https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6881183053

$400 - 8 channel NVR, 6 2MP cameras. You'll need to buy a drive (try WD purple - about $140)
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I would prefer wifi camera like arlo so I don't have to run cable to nvr. so no one knows where my recording device is.
While the wifi and battery aspects of the Arlo and Arlo pro are nice, the cameras and cloud service are problematic as security cameras due to reliability issues on motion capture as well as no date/time stamp within the video itself, and no easy way to manage the video clips when asked to provide evidence to the police, as well as poor resolution during the night which creates challenges to IDing suspects.

Better to take the time to get a good wired setup.
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I'm not sure why we would compare apples to oranges or poke at where someone is from. This seems like a solid deal. Comparing it to an off brand with half the resolution and no drive is unhelpful. The fact that it's set up to accept Flir cameras almost effortlessly adds to the value too.
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@op - try this one instead - https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6881183053

$400 - 8 channel NVR, 6 2MP cameras. You'll need to buy a drive (try WD purple - about $140)
this one shows up at $599
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this one shows up at $599
Prices change, and it has been over 2 weeks since I posted that Smilie
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Better to take the time to get a good wired setup.
like what? and from where
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like what? and from where
A number of us on Slickdeals have gone to ipcamtalk.com to address that question for those looking for better results as well as helpful answers.

As each of us have different needs and different buildings it is challenging to say buy "security camera kit A" and everything is solved. You may need more or less cameras with different daytime or nighttime performance or resolution than
I do.

In general many there are picking either Hikvision or Dahua security cameras and NVRs, and selecting cameras for for their particular location and building. ( for example while wide angles cameras which are included in all the kits you see are nice to get a general overview they really are not good for identification and thus legal purposes unless the suspect is very close to the camera )

Both HIK and Dahua are popular OEMs and make numerous cameras and NVRs which are typically resold by the brands you see advertised.

ipcamtalk is a great place to learn more about IP based security cameras and see what products are recommended by those who have purchased them and used them.
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