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Lorex 8-Channel HD IP NVR with 2TB HDD, 4 4MP Cameras with 130' Night Vision *Costco* $499

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Been looking at this system for awhile though Costco. Almost pulled the trigger when it was $699 but glad I waited as its $200 off now. Getting 4 4MP cameras with CNV (Color Night Vision) and an 8CH NVR (PoE), this is a great deal!

Link: https://www.costco.com/.product.1...7_AprilMVM

Features:
4 Outdoor-Rated 4MP HD IP Bullet Cameras
8-Channel 2TB Recorder
4 100' UL-Compliant Cat5e Camera Cables
H.265 Video Encoding & Camera Support
Remote Viewing Available Via Free App
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price on 4 more cameras?
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price on 4 more cameras?
Haven't seen them for sale individually, but the NVR is rated for up to 4k so you could pair it with another 4MP (2k) or 8MP (4k) camera. These cameras are LKB343B
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3 reviews on costco and they dont seem good at all... any1 see reviews elsewere?
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3 reviews on costco and they dont seem good at all... any1 see reviews elsewere?
I had been looking around for awhile for reviews. These cameras as well as the NVR are a new release from Lorex and currently is only sold by Costco as a kit. I have found reviews on the cameras themselves, but they are very few with the time they have been on the market.
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Very nice. Been happy with my 4 Lorex cameras around my home so far. Almost had them for 2 years. One of the cameras stopped working a few months after I installed it and Lorex replaced it under warranty. This seems like a nice upgrade but what am I going to do with another 4 cameras? I don't know where else to monitor!
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I was just looking at these today, the reviews kind of scared me since they mostly seem to be about the app for remote viewing being crap and not working and that's what I would mostly use this for.

I had been looking for some wireless cameras due to ease of install but the cloud service cost is deterring me from jumping on those, along with delayed motion detection and recording from what I've read. If I can figure out a way to run the wires from where I want to store the NVR I think I will start looking at these more. One camera should be pretty easy for me to run the wires since it will be close to the NVR, the others, not so much. I don't really want to start breaking sheetrock and stuff.
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POE (power over Ethernet) means just that, you run a cat 5 line from the camera to the NVR unit. Even with Wi-Fi cameras, you still have to run power to them. With poe, your Wi-Fi won't bog down and won't have to worry about signal str. this is a great deal for ip cameras
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Is there a way to use this with blueiris (or similar)? Would that require that you just ditch the NVR?
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Out of all the brands of these types of security cameras that Costco sells, is this their top brand? I just started looking into security cameras and i always see Costco deals for the NVR style that are POE, just not sure which one of their brands is considered better than others.
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POE (power over Ethernet) means just that, you run a cat 5 line from the camera to the NVR unit. Even with Wi-Fi cameras, you still have to run power to them. With poe, your Wi-Fi won't bog down and won't have to worry about signal str. this is a great deal for ip cameras
So if I wanted to install these outdoors, would I basically just need to have a long enough ethernet cord running from the camera to the receiver?

I guess you'd have to drill some holes in your wall/attic or something if you want to hide the wires right?
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So if I wanted to install these outdoors, would I basically just need to have a long enough ethernet cord running from the camera to the receiver?

I guess you'd have to drill some holes in your wall/attic or something if you want to hide the wires right?
Correct, it includes 100ft of cable per camera.
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such a good price, wish it had WDR
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such a good price, wish it had WDR
It does.
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the cameras themselves are 189.99 a piece??

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/lorex...Id=5818103
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