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Bundles of 1080p IP Security Cameras w/ Six Months Cloud Storage - Starting From $39.75 to $179.99 +FS $39.99

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Looks like EZootech via Amazon continues to offer a variety of IP security cameras at the dropped price as Deal of the day.

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1080p HD Wireless Kid and Pet Monitoring Security Camera [amazon.com] with Night Vision, Two Way Audio, and Cloud Recording - $39.99

8CH Wireless Security Camera System [amazon.com] - 1080P HDMI NVR with 500GB Hard Drive, 4 x 720P HD Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Cameras Night Vision - $179.99

Zmodo 1.0 Megapixel 1280 x 720 Pan & Tilt Smart Wireless IP Network Security Camera [amazon.com] Easy Remote Access Two-way Audio & Cloud Service - $39.75

DING WiFi Video Doorbell & 6-Month Cloud Storage [amazon.com] - Smart Home Hub and WiFi Extender and 2 Pack Door/Window Sensors - $59.75

Zmodo Wireless Security Camera System [amazon.com] & 6-Month Cloud Storage - $51.99

Zmodo Wireless Security Camera System [amazon.com] & 6-Month Cloud Storage - All Inclusive CamCloud Bundle - Smart HD Outdoor WiFi IP Cameras with Night Vision - $89.95
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FYI - as typical with Zmodo - the following system is NOT what you may expect... it is only capable of using 720p cameras.


8CH Wireless Security Camera System [amazon.com] - 1080P HDMI NVR with 500GB Hard Drive, 4 x 720P HD Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Cameras Night Vision - $179.99


NVR Features

* IP video input: 8CH IP Camera Inputs
* Video Resolution: 720P HD
* Record Rate: 100fps
* Record Mode: Normal Recording / Intelligent Recording / Motion Activated Recording
* Playback: Fast forward / Rewind / Slow play / Digital Zoom
* HDMI Output: 1 Channel
* Smartphone systems: iOS 7 and up, Android 4.0 and up
* Connectivity: 2.4GHz WiFi (Note: please connect your phone to the 2.4Ghz network if your router provides both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz network).

Camera Feature

* Image Sensor: 720P Color Sensor
* Lens: 2.8 mm
* Angle of view (diagonal): 81 degree
* Number of IR LEDs: 24
* Night Vision: up to 65ft (20m)
* Minimum Illumination: 0 Lux (IR On)
* Operating Temperature: 14°F~122°F
* Weatherproof: Yes
* Power:12V DC
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Can the $90 4-camera Zmodo set be used to automatically record video upon motion detection without using their cloud service or buying their 8-channel system?

I have a couple of Android phones lying around - or an HTPC/server that runs 24/7 that I could use, if that makes any difference.

I picked up a bunch of those 720p (Minions) Stuart Cams from Walmart for $13 each and figured I'd use them as outdoor cameras in a place where they would not be subject to direct sunlight or rain. They're nothing special, but they'll do the job okay. Even if the Zmodo cameras aren't great, it's probably a better use of that money since they're at least rated for some outdoor exposure. I just don't want to have to buy their $180 system to have the cameras automatically record and store video.
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Can the $90 4-camera Zmodo set be used to automatically record video upon motion detection without using their cloud service or buying their 8-channel system?

I have a couple of Android phones lying around - or an HTPC/server that runs 24/7 that I could use, if that makes any difference.

I picked up a bunch of those 720p (Minions) Stuart Cams from Walmart for $13 each and figured I'd use them as outdoor cameras in a place where they would not be subject to direct sunlight or rain. They're nothing special, but they'll do the job okay. Even if the Zmodo cameras aren't great, it's probably a better use of that money since they're at least rated for some outdoor exposure. I just don't want to have to buy their $180 system to have the cameras automatically record and store video.
From the Amazon product Q&A:

Question: Will these cameras work with any other apps/cloud storage? google drive, tinycam pro?
Answer: I have yet to find any other app or program that these work with. They are not ONVIF compatible, and they do not appear to use a discoverable RTSP stream. Some information I found indicates the more recent firmware actually uses a proprietary protocol.
By Lonnie M. on May 14, 2017

Ref:
https://www.amazon.com/Zmodo-Wire...017SD8RWO/
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I'm a noob to home security, do you guys recommend any of these for me. I'm looking for something simple like 2 cameras +dvr that I can watch on my HDTV or pc monitor
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Bundles of 1080p IP Security Cameras w/ Six Months Cloud Storage - Starting From $39.75 to $179.99 +FS $39.99

Note there is only ONE camera in this list that is 1080p, all others are 720p...

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I'm a noob to home security, do you guys recommend any of these for me. I'm looking for something simple like 2 cameras +dvr that I can watch on my HDTV or pc monitor
Hi kbtopdog,

Recommend avoiding 720p products in general, they are obsolete. Numerous good 1080p cameras are available now.

What are your requirements?
Indoor? Outdoor? How far do you need to potentially ID suspects? Do you need to watch your parked car on the street? ...
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I'm a noob to home security, do you guys recommend any of these for me. I'm looking for something simple like 2 cameras +dvr that I can watch on my HDTV or pc monitor
Do not buy any of these systems you will have more problems than its worth. Check here and learn all about cameras and what will work for you.
https://ipcamtalk.com
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I'm a noob to home security, do you guys recommend any of these for me. I'm looking for something simple like 2 cameras +dvr that I can watch on my HDTV or pc monitor
I recommend you "8CH Wireless Security Camera System [amazon.com] - 1080P HDMI NVR with 500GB Hard Drive, 4 x 720P HD Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Cameras Night Vision - $179.99"
it perfect for your needs.
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Bundles of 1080p IP Security Cameras w/ Six Months Cloud Storage - Starting From $39.75 to $179.99 +FS $39.99

Note there is only ONE camera in this list that is 1080p, all others are 720p...



Hi kbtopdog,

Recommend avoiding 720p products in general, they are obsolete. Numerous good 1080p cameras are available now.

What are your requirements?
Indoor? Outdoor? How far do you need to potentially ID suspects? Do you need to watch your parked car on the street? ...

Hi, I am piggy backing on this as I am in a similar situation. Need outdoor camera, probably 2-3. Just to watch the outside of my house. I don't necessarily need to be able to access live feeds or anything crazy. Just something that if anything happened, I'd be able to go back 2-3 days worth of recordings and see it.

Really don't want to pay any monthly fees if possible.
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I was considering the outdoor wireless cameras. I went to the vendor's website and found that they give these cameras away for free if buy their cloud service. They give you 3 free cameras for a one year cloud service for $99. Cameras can't be that good if they are giving these away. Going to have to pass.
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Do not buy any of these systems you will have more problems than its worth. Check here and learn all about cameras and what will work for you.
https://ipcamtalk.com
​stlcardinal9Do not buy any of these systems you will have more problems than its worth. Check here and learn all about cameras and what will work for you.
https://ipcamtalk.comThe
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The forum you shared looks unhelpful. I can't recognize one single brand on that forum. I'm using the Zmodo system and it works fine for me.
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Folks,

stlcardinal9 has some very sound advice. I wished I had paid attention to folks like him when I started 1 year ago... got a box full of junk now before I finally accepted the shared wisdom.

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Do not buy any of these systems you will have more problems than its worth. Check here and learn all about cameras and what will work for you.
https://ipcamtalk.com
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Hi, I am piggy backing on this as I am in a similar situation. Need outdoor camera, probably 2-3. Just to watch the outside of my house. I don't necessarily need to be able to access live feeds or anything crazy. Just something that if anything happened, I'd be able to go back 2-3 days worth of recordings and see it.

Really don't want to pay any monthly fees if possible.
Hi Shadow,

There's a lot more to learn about security cameras than most of us imagine, and there is a lot of very poor quality products as well as rather pricey products which are unreliable.

Often the super "affordable" stuff ( as Mozmoz1 points out ) is absolute garbage, and ends up costing you more in time than it was worth - or worse not working when you need it.

Please take a look at the following wiki's notes:

https://slickdeals.net/f/10731663-security-camera-security-camera-system-black-friday-2017-master-list

and

( lots of great security video captures here.. you'll see why you want to avoid 720p cameras )
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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Can the $90 4-camera Zmodo set be used to automatically record video upon motion detection without using their cloud service or buying their 8-channel system?

I have a couple of Android phones lying around - or an HTPC/server that runs 24/7 that I could use, if that makes any difference.

I picked up a bunch of those 720p (Minions) Stuart Cams from Walmart for $13 each and figured I'd use them as outdoor cameras in a place where they would not be subject to direct sunlight or rain. They're nothing special, but they'll do the job okay. Even if the Zmodo cameras aren't great, it's probably a better use of that money since they're at least rated for some outdoor exposure. I just don't want to have to buy their $180 system to have the cameras automatically record and store video.
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Can the $90 4-camera Zmodo set be used to automatically record video upon motion detection without using their cloud service or buying their 8-channel system?

I have a couple of Android phones lying around - or an HTPC/server that runs 24/7 that I could use, if that makes any difference.

I picked up a bunch of those 720p (Minions) Stuart Cams from Walmart for $13 each and figured I'd use them as outdoor cameras in a place where they would not be subject to direct sunlight or rain. They're nothing special, but they'll do the job okay. Even if the Zmodo cameras aren't great, it's probably a better use of that money since they're at least rated for some outdoor exposure. I just don't want to have to buy their $180 system to have the cameras automatically record and store video.
I purchased the NVR system of this brand and it was great to monitor through a display.I am actually considering purchasing another system. The playback and storage features may be replaceable by the new cloud recordings. However, I am still considering between these since I may need monitoring on PC, which still needs the NVR.
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what do you do after 6 months is over? or should i say, what do people do after six months to get free service?

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