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Q-See ( Dahua OEM ) 16 port 4K NVR, 4TB HDD, 12x 4K Bullet Cameras Security System $1999 Costco Online ( deal continues 11/15/17+ ) $1999.99

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Q-See 16-Channel 4K NVR, 4TB HDD, 12-4K Bullet Cameras Security System

fyi, deal now EVEN better - straight $1999.99, checked on 11/15/2017 - Thanks Jojan1

Deal extended once more:
$1,999.99 After $600 OFF
$600 manufacturer's savings** is valid 9/8/17 through 10/30/17. While supplies last.


A few people looking at the 8 port 6 4K camera Lorex PoE from Costco B&M were looking at a larger installation with more than 8 cameras, and thus we were found this option with is currently a good deal and better priced than purchasing the parts from China. With a great return policy from Costco this with worth checking out if you need more than 6-8 cameras.

Price Comparison - using a similar appearing 4K Dahua OEM camera from China and thus questionable warranty issues.
( Cameras 12x $150+ = $1800+ ) + ( NVR $350+ generic plain front i.e. w/o front face controls / $450+ w/ front face controls ) + ( US sourced WD purple 4TB HDD $120 ) = $2270-2370+
Thus this product is a better value than purchasing the parts from Chinese Sellers.

Compare to: $2,799.98 on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Q-See-Ultr...0736D6CPR/

Qsee is listing each camera at $229.99 on their website
https://q-see.com/products/4k-h-2...t-qcn8090b

Item #1167508
Online Price 2,599.99 $
Less 600.00 $ -
Your Price1,999.99$
$1,999.99 After $600 OFF
$600 manufacturer's savings** is valid 9/8/17 through 9/30/17. While supplies last.
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Features:
12 Outdoor-Rated HD 4K HD Bullet Cameras
16-Channel 4K Recorder (network Video Recorder) w/4TB HDD
12 100' Cat5e Camera Cables
H. 265 Video Encoding & Camera Support

Product Details:
System Specifications
Channels: 16
Cameras: 12
Hard Drive: 4TB (Pre-installed)
Maximum Hard Drive Capacity: 12TB (two 6TB HDD)
NVR Recording Resolution: 4K, 1080p, 720p
NVR Viewing Resolution: 4K, 1080p, 720p
Remote Monitoring: Android, Apple, PC, Mac
Camera Connectivity: Direct and via Network/Internet
Camera Resolution: 4K (8MP)
Angle of View: 88° Diagonal - 48° Horizontal
Lens Size: 3.6mm
Pan-Tilt-Zoom Functionality: No
Night Vision Range: Up to 100 feet
Indoor or Outdoor Use: Both
Camera Connections: Direct, Via Network/Internet (max 16 total)
Maximum Operating Range: 200' (direct connection) Unlimited (Internet connection)
Camera Operating Temperature: -22° to 140° F
NVR Power Consumption: 26.5W (without hard drive)
Total recording bitrate: 320 Mbps
Warranty: 2 years

What's Included
NVR with 16 built-in POE ports (QC826)
12 4K IP Bullet Cameras (QCN8090B)
4TB Hard Drive (pre-installed)
NVR USB Mouse / Remote Control
HDMI Cable
12 100' Cat5e Camera UL Cables
NVR Ethernet Network Cable
Welcome Kit with Quick Start Guide
Limited 2-Year Q-See Warranty

Data sheets available on the Costco page for both the NVR and Cameras.


Please see the following for more information on PoE systems and the wiki there for additional information which will help you DIY install.

https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99



Deal link: https://m.costco.com/Q-See-16-Cha...62536.html
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2k is kinda steep for slick deals guy like me.
Hi 5thgen,

I'm certain $2K wouldn't be too steep if it was new 2017 Camry. Wink [ point $2K is actually not a bad price for this... savings of $300-800. * ]

I think most people would be better off with the 8 port NVR and 6x 4K camera kit at Costco for $800.

When you want to start getting more cameras - beyond 8 - you need a better NVR able to handle more 4K streams - and that adds up a bit more.

Thus a couple of us were discussing NVR options for upto 16 cameras - and the NVR themselves were going for $1000 for a 16 port version when sold alone by Lorex.

Ouch... so when I noticed this alternative at this price point, it was worth posting.

Again, I think the Lorex 4K system with 8 ports should work well for most people - this Qsee system really should be considered only in cases where you really do need more cameras and prefer a US vendor.

[ * updated:
Savings about $300+ compared to OEM versions from China with questionable warranty and generic NVR w/o controls on front
Savings about $800 compared to amazon price from US vendor - normal warranty ]
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If I need more than 8 cameras (lets say 12) but plan to run to a blue iris server, what is the best approach to take? Should I buy a kit like this and sell the nvr? I likely want some mix in the focal length (degrees of view) of the cameras. If a single camera has an issue in 9 months, does costco being involved help at all?
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This isn't that bad. I just spent over 2k on my dahua system but have more specific cameras based on my instal but then again i know these things. 16 channel is much better than 8 for anymore than a small square ranch. 4tb is a little light especially if your trying to each camera at 4k. For a non custom system 12 cams is pretty simple to just screw up and point. Especially these bullets. The domes are a little more work to install but you get better vandel resistance.
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Does anyone know if the NVR is rack mountable?
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Anyone knows the NVR is rack mountable?
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If I need more than 8 cameras (lets say 12) but plan to run to a blue iris server, what is the best approach to take? Should I buy a kit like this and sell the nvr? I likely want some mix in the focal length (degrees of view) of the cameras. If a single camera has an issue in 9 months, does costco being involved help at all?
Hi Vaggeto,

From the comments in the Lorex 4K kit thread here on SD it seems that you have to return the entire kit to Costco if you want Costco to handle issues.

You should be able to have Lorex / Qsee handle warranty issues for a single camera.

For this sort of product I am expecting more issues will come up during the initial bench testing vs several months out. That is more DOA / failed software flash and other issues should be obviously during the bench test and thus you should have a chance to return the kit early. Once up and operational the system typically works well provided you've properly installed as well as isolated and secured your network. The biggest threat for anything internet connected will be trojans and virii attacks.

Thus after bench testing it you may want to sell the NVR if you plan to use Blue Iris.

Note you can also have a hybrid situation where you have both the NVR and Blue Iris running.
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Anyone knows the NVR is rack mountable?
Spec sheet info, NVR:
PHYSICAL
Weight 10.25 lbs
Dimensions 17.5"W X 16.25"D X 2.75"H

Looks like you may have to fabricate rack ears
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Not a bad deal at all. People who say it is have no idea what good 4K security cameras and an NVR costs. With H.265. For a 16-camera pre-roll package the price is right. In fact, I have a guy looking for a similar setup and pricing out systems now. I'll pass this along. Thanks op.
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Hi Vaggeto,

From the comments in the Lorex 4K kit thread here on SD it seems that you have to return the entire kit to Costco if you want Costco to handle issues.

You should be able to have Lorex / Qsee handle warranty issues for a single camera.

For this sort of product I am expecting more issues will come up during the initial bench testing vs several months out. That is more DOA / failed software flash and other issues should be obviously during the bench test and thus you should have a chance to return the kit early. Once up and operational the system typically works well provided you've properly installed as well as isolated and secured your network. The biggest threat for anything internet connected will be trojans and virii attacks.

Thus after bench testing it you may want to sell the NVR if you plan to use Blue Iris.

Note you can also have a hybrid situation where you have both the NVR and Blue Iris running.
Thanks! Are you saying an unsecured network of the system is at risk for failing earlier, or "just" someone unauthorized accessing the system?

For a hybrid system, do you connect the cameras the the nvr and then the nvr to your network, or vice versa?
Hmm I'll have to look into this! Thanks!
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Thanks! Are you saying an unsecured network of the system is at risk for failing earlier, or "just" someone unauthorized accessing the system?

For a hybrid system, do you connect the cameras the the nvr and then the nvr to your network, or vice versa?
Hmm I'll have to look into this! Thanks!
I'm also interested in the hybrid model. How does it work exactly?
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Can't understand the benefit of running a "hybrid" unless you're simply running 2 separate systems for redundancy.
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Thanks! Are you saying an unsecured network of the system is at risk for failing earlier, or "just" someone unauthorized accessing the system?
Both. All IoT and internet connected devices are at risk of getting hijacked, and that risks increases with time as these system are not patched as often as they should be.

So best to read about VPN options instead of port forwarding and setting up firewall rules on your router to restrict access if you must have things besides your PC which gets regular updates connected to the internet.

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For a hybrid system, do you connect the cameras the the nvr and then the nvr to your network, or vice versa?
Hmm I'll have to look into this! Thanks!
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I'm also interested in the hybrid model. How does it work exactly?
Hi Richard, Vaggeto,

I have not used it myself, my understanding is that you allow a Blue Iris PC to collect the video stream from the cameras either directly or via the NVR which can be configured somehow to allow the video streams to be exposed.

I came across the information awhile back.

Recommend trying these search terms: "Blue Iris hybrid nvr"

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Can't understand the benefit of running a "hybrid" unless you're simply running 2 separate systems for redundancy.
Hi Tygger,

The NVRs and Blue Iris system have some differences which some like to use one more than the other for particular tasks.
For example some like to use the NVR for live view, and Blue Iris for reviewing historical records as well as setting special detection rules and alerts.

Also if you are worried about thieves stealing the NVR - having a Blue Iris system for redundancy can be useful and not too expensive if you are using a used i5/i7 PC.

Another item is that some NVRs ( like the one in this deal ) include alarm input and outputs - which a normal PC does not have, so you can use the NVR to handle those issues.

I haven't used BI myself, but have heard a lot of people liking it a lot.
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Still cheaper than buying a guard dog.
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