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Newegg has LaView 8-Channel NVR PoE IP Security System w/ 2-Pk 4MP + 4-Pk 2MP Bullet Cameras (LV-KNT984A42W4) on sale for $379.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Jcomey2020

Features:
  • Night Vision (up to 100 ft.)
  • IP66 Rating (outdoor-ready)
  • PoE, Remote Vieurlhasbeenblocked Detection
  • Live View: 1080p at 30fps / 1520p at 20fps
  • Supports 2x SATA hard drives (up to 6TB capacity, no hard drive included)
  • Included cameras:
    • 2x 4.1MP 2688x1520 res. bullet cameras w/ 3x Zoom (LV-PB3140WC)
    • 4x 2.1MP 1920x1080 res. bullet cameras (LV-PB912F4C)
  • Ports:
    • Camara Inputs: 8-Channel
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x Gigabit Ethernet
    • 1x RCA Audio
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Last Edited by mat2000 November 28, 2017 at 03:28 PM
Learn more about the LaView USA LV-KNT984A42W4

LaView LV-KNT984A42W4

8 Channel Audio Input 1-ch, RCA (2.0Vp-p, 1K Ohms)

Max Resolution 4MP (2560 x 1440) or Higher

Up to 4TB for each disk
2 x USB 2.0

Network 1 x RJ-45 10/100/1000 Mbps self-adaptive Ethernetinterface

Power supply: 100~240V AC, 47~63 Hz, 3A
Consumption: <= 15W (withouthard disk)


Bundled Camera Number
6
Bundled Camera Spec
4.1MP Mini Network Bullet Camera (LV-PB3140WC)
Image Sensor: 1/3"
Lens: 4mm
Viewing Angle: 83.6 Dgrs
Recording Resolution: 2688 x 1520
Interoperability: ONVIF, PSIA, CGI, ISAPI
Operating Temperature (F): -22 ~ 140
Power Supply: 12V DC, PoE (802.3af)
Weatherproof Rating: IP67
IR range: 100 ft.
Dimension: 2.70" x 2.60" x 6.80"
Weight: 1.10 lbs.

2.1MP Mini Network Bullet Camera (LV-PB912F4C)
Image Sensor: 1/2.8"
Lens: 4mm
Viewing Angle: 83.6 Dgrs
Recording Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Interoperability: ONVIF, PSIA, CGI, ISAPI
Operating Temperature (F): -22 ~ 140
Power Supply: 12V DC, PoE (802.3af)
Weatherproof Rating: IP67
IR range: 100 ft.
Dimension: 2.70" x 2.60" x 6.80"
Weight: 1.10 lbs.

------ compare to LaView Cyber Monday prices ------

2x 4MP IP Bullet Camera
SKU LV-PB3140WC-2PK - Includes 2x LV-PB3140WC IP Cameras and 2x LVA-NC100G cat5e cables
on sale $270 - 25% = $202.50

4x 1080P IP Bullet Camera
SKU LV-PB912F4C-4PK - Includes 4x LV-PB912F4C IP Cameras and 4x LVA-NC100G 100ft cat5e cables
on sale $356 - 25% = $267.00

So, just for the cameras at La View, with CYBER 25% OFF = $469.00

----- Worth sharing -----

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Hey Matt,

Do you know what the differences are between the laview $299 4 camera poe kit deal (2x2mp 2x4mp camera deal) AND the $379 6 camera laview poe kit deal (2x4mp 4x2mp camera) black fronts.
seems like new camera look for $379 deal, just didn't know if there was any spec differences. maybe they are discontinuing the $299 look?

thanks,
steve
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Hi Steve,

I'm still learning more about Hikvision products, so I'd have to dig into the specs more.
Seems hard to find the NVR model in the specs from Newegg... looks like the NVR model is some how encoded as part of the product number.

In build your own kit LaView lists these options:
LV-N9808C8E LV-N9916C6E LV-N9608C8E LV-N9616D6E LV-N998932D6E

So maybe the KNT98 -> indicates "LV-N9808C8E"


$378 kit:
LV-KNT984A42W4

NVR: ?
2x 4.1MP Mini Network Bullet Camera (LV-PB3140WC)
4x 2.1MP Mini Network Bullet Camera (LV-PB912F4C)

$299 kit: ( $279 w/code ) OOS now
LV-KNT982A42W4
NVR: ?
2x 4MP bullet camera (LV-PB3040W)
2x 2MP bullet camera (LV-PB932F4)

Cameras in $380 kit:
4.1MP Mini Network Bullet Camera (LV-PB3140WC)
Image Sensor: 1/3"
Lens: 4mm
Viewing Angle: 83.6 Dgrs
Recording Resolution: 2688 x 1520
Interoperability: ONVIF, PSIA, CGI, ISAPI
Operating Temperature (F): -22 ~ 140
Power Supply: 12V DC, PoE (802.3af)
Weatherproof Rating: IP67
IR range: 100 ft.
Dimension: 2.70" x 2.60" x 6.80"
Weight: 1.10 lbs.
Data Sheet:
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/fi...3140WC.pdf

2.1MP Mini Network Bullet Camera (LV-PB912F4C)
Image Sensor: 1/2.8"
Lens: 4mm
Viewing Angle: 83.6 Dgrs
Recording Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Interoperability: ONVIF, PSIA, CGI, ISAPI
Operating Temperature (F): -22 ~ 140
Power Supply: 12V DC, PoE (802.3af)
Weatherproof Rating: IP67
IR range: 100 ft.
Dimension: 2.70" x 2.60" x 6.80"
Weight: 1.10 lbs.

Cameras in $280/300 kit:
4MP bullet camera (LV-PB3040W)
Image Sensor: 1/3"
Lens: 4 mm
Viewing Angle: 79 Degree
Recording Resolution: 2688 x 1520
Interoperability: ONVIF, PSIA, CGI, ISAPI
Operating Tempurature (F): -22 ~ 140
Power Supply: 12V DC, PoE (802.3af)
Weatherproof Rating: IP66 Indoor / Outdoor
IR range: 100 ft.
Dimension: 2.40" x 2.40" x 6.40"
Weight: 0.70 lb.

2MP bullet camera (LV-PB932F4)
Image Sensor: 1/3"
Lens: 4 mm
Viewing Angle: 79 degree
Recording Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Interoperability: ONVIF, PSIA, CGI
Operating Tempurature (F): -13 ~ 140
Power Supply: 12V DC, PoE (802.3af)
Weatherproof Rating: IP66 Indoor / Outdoor
IR range: 100 ft.
Dimension: 2.40" x 3.00" x 4.40"
Weight: 0.66 lb.


So, the differences from the specs clearly show that the cameras in the $380 kit are better rated for weather ( IP67 vs IP66 ) and judging from the weight of the camera more solid products.

Also, a surprising note the 2.1MP Mini Network Bullet Camera (LV-PB912F4C) has a larger sensor ( 1/2.8 vs 1/3" ) than all the other cameras! If the chip tech is the same this typically means this 2MP camera will perform better in low light conditions than the other cameras.

Both kits look good, and remember a lot of what we're really attempting to do here is get a decent system which fits your budget. All of the PoE system deals we've seen here should significantly out perform the WiFi and wire free options we have seen.

If you can afford more, and have the needs spending more money on a better setup is good.

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Picture shows 6 4MP cameras...
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Waiting for a 6 camera, 4mp system to hit. Laview is hikvision which Imo are very good but are all laviews rebranded hikvision ? Is this their new style camera as I'm used to the bullet with all the leds surrounding the lens? Laview has alot of their systems in sale right now on their homepage. Waiting for matt2000 to chime in..pull the trigger on a laview 6pc 4MP system or go with hikvision branded through somewhere like aliexpress ?
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FYI -

LaView has a Cyber monday discount code CYBER - which you can use to buy additional cameras.
www.laviewsecurity.com

ALSO they have a great deal on Cyber Monday for a 1080p WiFi video doorbell - which i think you can get to record to this NVR
Recommend considering this video Doorbell product.
Hikvision OEM, 1080p, wifi,...

It's 1/2 price today, Cyber Monday 11/27/2017

Laview doorbell Wifi IP Camera $99 FS ( normally $199 )
https://slickdeals.net/f/10945727-laview-doorbell-wifi-ip-camera-99-fs

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Waiting for a 6 camera, 4mp system to hit. Laview is hikvision which Imo are very good but are all laviews rebranded hikvision ? Is this their new style camera as I'm used to the bullet with all the leds surrounding the lens? Laview has alot of their systems in sale right now on their homepage. Waiting for matt2000 to chime in..pull the trigger on a laview 6pc 4MP system or go with hikvision branded through somewhere like aliexpress ?
Just for you Healys ;-) Thanks!
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i have 130 to burn at newegg... but im not sure on these cams. if matt2000 can confirm if these are HQ hikvisions.

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Waiting for matt2000 to chime in..pull the trigger on a laview 6pc 4MP system or go with hikvision branded through somewhere like aliexpress ?
Quote from mat2000
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FYI -

LaView has a Cyber monday discount code CYBER - which you can use to buy additional cameras.
www.laviewsecurity.com
...
Just for you Healys ;-) Thanks!
I'm not familiar with laview or hikvision, so excuse my ignorance but would OP's system, or the one you linked, or any others 50% off today, work with Blue Iris? Does this question even make sense? Maybe these systems come with their own proprietary software that you utilize to set schedules, adjust sensitivity, program various alerts (SMS, email, etc).
My current "system" is a hodgepodge of 5 different Amcrest's, Foscam's, and even a Samsung. I'm using Blue Iris on a dedicated PC and the whole thing has just gotten....well...out of hand. I'm thinking of just restarting over with an all-in-one solution, preferably with it's own DVR (or is it NVR?) that I can remotely log into and view live streams as well as saved clips. I'm tech savy enough with port forwarding and the ilk, but just have zero experience with anything like this. My gut tells me it's time to pay the piper and get a trust worthy, everything included, solution, and being a long time SD'er, I realize today might be my best bet on finding a better-than-average deal.

Apologies if this is too broad a question, either way, thanks for reading - and happy holidays!
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I'm not familiar with laview or hikvision, so excuse my ignorance but would OP's system, or the one you linked, or any others 50% off today, work with Blue Iris? Does this question even make sense? Maybe these systems come with their own proprietary software that you utilize to set schedules, adjust sensitivity, program various alerts (SMS, email, etc).
My current "system" is a hodgepodge of 5 different Amcrest's, Foscam's, and even a Samsung. I'm using Blue Iris on a dedicated PC and the whole thing has just gotten....well...out of hand...lol. I'm thinking of just restarting over with an all-in-one solution, preferably with it's own DVR (or is it NVR?) that I can remotely log into and view live streams as well as saved clips.

Apologies if this is too broad a question, either way, thanks for reading - and happy holidays!
Hi Wood,

A good IP camera will work with Blue Iris, a lot of people really like BI and it's a good product.

The Doorbell cam from LaView should work w/BI, as should the IP cameras in the various LaView kits as well as the Lorex kits.

The key is looking for quality ONVIF spec IP cameras.

There is a very active Blue Iris community at ipcamtalk also.
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i have 130 to burn at newegg... but im not sure on these cams. if matt2000 can confirm if these are HQ hikvisions.

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Hi illtww,

I believe all of the LaView product line is Hikvision OEM so you should be good ;-)
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Oh man, I just ordered the $280 deal from yesterdAy but debating if this is a better deal. Are the cameras and nvr different between the deals? Does any one with experience know which one is Better deal?
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Oh man, I just ordered the $280 deal from yesterdAy but debating if this is a better deal. Are the cameras and nvr different between the deals? Does any one with experience know which one is Better deal?
Hi oo0...

It is super easy to wonder if you got the right kit... we all wonder that, another $100-200 right now will typically get you a better kit - is it a better deal? Depends if it helps you do what you want it to.

Ideally you want to determine what you need to do with your security camera system, and then decide which camera and placement works to accomplish that goal. ( that's how professional security camera system installers start .. )

If this is your first system, it's Ok to get an affordable one and see what you like or do not like about it.

I use the ID distance list to help me determine if a camera does what I want it to, perhaps that will help you decide what works better for your home.

Most current version of the ID distance listing lives here, look for resolution and FOV if your camera is not explicitly listed to help determine ID distance:
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
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So are laview camera's compatible with Hikvision NVR's? I've got Hikvision equipment now but wouldn't mind adding another camera or two if it's cheap.
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Picture shows 6 4MP cameras...
Hi Bulldog,

That's what I thought also.. turns out they have the same case, both 1080p and 4MP versions.

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Waiting for a 6 camera, 4mp system to hit. Laview is hikvision which Imo are very good but are all laviews rebranded hikvision ? Is this their new style camera as I'm used to the bullet with all the leds surrounding the lens? Laview has alot of their systems in sale right now on their homepage. Waiting for matt2000 to chime in..pull the trigger on a laview 6pc 4MP system or go with hikvision branded through somewhere like aliexpress ?
Hi Healys,

I do not know the Hikvision OEM Chinese vendors prices as well as the Dahua OEM products, however - I am certain if you find a nice loaded kit on sale here you will save money. The challenge is finding a kit with the cameras you want.

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Oh man, I just ordered the $280 deal from yesterdAy but debating if this is a better deal. Are the cameras and nvr different between the deals? Does any one with experience know which one is Better deal?
Hi oo0,

I did not look too closely at the models, it looks the the principle difference is 2 more 1080p cameras for the additional $100

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So are laview camera's compatible with Hikvision NVR's? I've got Hikvision equipment now but wouldn't mind adding another camera or two if it's cheap.
Hi Propain,

Yes, as LaView cameras are Hikvision OEM products.
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Good price. Getting one for my office.
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