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La View / Hikvision OEM 4MP w/6mm lens zoom PoE bullet security camera 2 for $240 1 for $135

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LaView Security Cyber Week deals still going on.

Took a look at cameras which will provide a better zoom.
These would be very good addition to the LaView PoE kit deals we have seen for those looking for better coverage of the street, sidewalk, and longer driveways.

4MP HD Matrix IR IP Bullet Security Camera
SKU LV-PBM3940
Subtotal $193.00
Discount (cyber) -$57.90
Grand Total $135.10

2x 4MP HD Matrix IR IP Bullet Security Camera
SKU LV-PBM3940-2PK
Subtotal $342.00
Discount (cyber) -$102.60
Grand Total $239.40

Deal: remember to use discount code CYBER at checkout
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/4m...a-314.html
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/4m...a-313.html

Specs:
Lens 6mm - FOV not given in spec sheet. Looked at another Hikvision camera maybe 56°
H.264 / MJPEG/H.264 Zip+
60Hz: 20fps (2688×1520)
ONVIF
1 RJ45 10 M / 100 M Ethernet interface
-22°F ~ 140 °F(-30 °C ~ 60 °C ) humidity 95% or less (non-condensing)
12 VDC ± 10% , PoE (802.3af)
IP67

https://www.laviewsecurity.com/fi...3940-S.pdf

6mm lens comparison to 2.8mm, 4mm,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZKWzyq6QYo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lub0MnbpIxI


Ref: compare to B&H
Hikvision 4MP Outdoor Bullet Camera B&H # HI2CD2T42WDI MFR # DS-2CD2T42WD-I5-4MM: $270 for one
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...ullet.html

Deal: remember to use discount code CYBER at checkout
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/4m...a-314.html
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/4m...a-313.html
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Last Edited by mat2000 November 30, 2017 at 09:45 AM
ID distance calculation:
2688×1520, using 56° ( based on another Hikvision camera with 6mm lens )

ID distance = 27.5 feet.
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How do they compare to these for less?

https://www.laviewsecurity.com/pr...k-233.html
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How do they compare to these for less?

https://www.laviewsecurity.com/pr...k-233.html
Better zoom

Spec sheet for those
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/fi...3140WC.pdf

4mm,Angle of view: 83.6°
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Does anybody know if I can use this camera on a basic POE switch and not the LaView NVR
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Does anybody know if I can use this camera on a basic POE switch and not the LaView NVR
Hi Bartender

Yes, you can.

They are good solid IP cameras and support numerous IP standard protocols.
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I've had some hikvision 3MP going for 3 years now outside my house without problem and I love them still (so much I have no desire to upgrade).

For residential though I highly recommend against bullets. They just don't look good. I use the turret hikvisions.
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I've had some hikvision 3MP going for 3 years now outside my house without problem and I love them still (so much I have no desire to upgrade).

For residential though I highly recommend against bullets. They just don't look good. I use the turret hikvisions.
Hi WetDeals,

I also like turrets, unfortunately not finding many deals on them during BF - cyberweek.

Please let us know if you find any deals.
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FYI - just did the ID distance calculation:
2688×1520, using 56° ( based on another Hikvision camera with 6mm lens )

ID distance = 27.5 feet.
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I've had some hikvision 3MP going for 3 years now outside my house without problem and I love them still (so much I have no desire to upgrade).

For residential though I highly recommend against bullets. They just don't look good. I use the turret hikvisions.
Agreed. Bullets also have larger blind spots under the camera compared to turret or dome. Unless you need a longer ID distance, stick with turret or dome.
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Agreed. Bullets also have larger blind spots under the camera compared to turret or dome. Unless you need a longer ID distance, stick with turret or dome.
Hi Sam88,

Domes are actually poor for outdoors.

Unfortunately there just are not as many deals on turret kits compared to bullets.

So while a turret maybe more ideal in soem ways, if you want a better deal you may just have to accept a bullet version as being a very good alternative to a turret.

Any way you look at it, wired PoE turret or bullet you'll be far more happy with the resulting reliability and quality compared to a wifi or wire free product.
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looks like the various BF-cyberweek deals from LaViewSecurity.com are gone.
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UPDATE: 12/13/2017 - LaView is doing a 12 days of Christmas deals

Today 12/13 - the 2 pack is on sale at
SKU LV-PBM3940-2PK
Normal price $499.00
sale: $249.00

https://www.laviewsecurity.com/pr...amera.html
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