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NeweggFlash has LaView NVR PoE IP 8-Channel Security Surveillance System w/ 4x Bullet Cameras (No HDD Included, LV-KNT982A42W4) on sale for $279.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • LaView NVR PoE IP 8-Channel Security Surveillance System (No HDD Included)
  • 2x 4MP Bullet Cameras (2688x1520)
  • 2x 2MP Bullet Cameras (1920x1080)
  • Remote
  • Power Cord/SATA/HDMI Cable
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$280 + free s/h

  • LaView LV-KNT982A42W4 4MP zoom HD 8 Channel NVR PoE IP Security System, with 2pcs 4 MP (2688 x 1520) and 2pcs 2 MP (1920 x 1080) Bullet Camera (No HDD Included, Sold Separately)(Upgraded Cam)
  • Includes
  • 4.1 MP: 2688 x 1520 Resolution, Double the quality of 1080p
  • 3x Digital Zoom: Focus in on faces, letters, numbers, & other details
  • Night Vision up to 100 ft., IP66 Outdoor Ready
  • Recording: 1080p @ 30 fps, 1520 @ 20 fps
  • Built-in POE: Plug & Play
  • Remote Viewing & Motion Detection Alert
  • Supports 2 SATA, up to 6TB (No HDD Included)
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Hi Batchstop, TinyRK,

These are IP PoE cameras, which are listed in the spec sheets to be ONVIF conformant ( Profile G, S ).

So, yes you should be able to get them to also work with your NAS.


4MP bullet camera (LV-PB3140WC)
Image sensor: 1/3" sensor
Lens 4mm,
Angle of view: 83.6 degree
Lens mount: M12
Digital noise reduction: 3D DNR Wide Dynamic Range: Digital WDR
Video compression Main stream: H.264 Zip+ / H.264;Sub stream: H.264 / MJPEG H.264
Type: Baseline Profile / Main Profile Dual Stream Yes Bit rate: 32 Kbps ~ 16 Mbps
Max. Image Resolution: 2688 x 1520
Power supply: 12V DC +/- 25% , PoE (802.3af)
Power consumption: Max. 6.5W
Weather proof rating: IP67
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/fi...3140WC.pdf

2.1MP Mini Network Bullet Camera (LV-PB912F4C)
Image sensor: 1/2.8" sensor
Shutter time: 1/3s to 1/100,000s, support slow shutter
Lens 4mm, Angle of view: 83.6 degree
Lens mount: M12
Digital noise reduction: 3D DNR
Wide Dynamic Range: Digital WDR
Video compression Main stream: H.264 Zip+ / H.264;Sub stream: H.264 / MJPEG H.264 Type: Baseline Profile / Main Profile Dual Stream Yes
Bit rate: 32 Kbps ~ 8 Mbps
Max. Image Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Power supply: 12V DC +/- 25%,
PoE (802.3af) Power consumption: Max. 5W
Weather proof rating: IP67
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/fi...912F4C.pdf
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FYI, I had an issue with both 2mp cameras. They kind of fade in and out as seen in this video: https://youtu.be/U-OpZIYj1ko. LaView support was no help at all in solving the issue. I still haven't figured it out...
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almost like getting the NVR for free if you factored in cost of the cams?
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$400 yesterday and $280 today...
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Compare to prior FP deal:

Newegg has LaView NVR PoE IP 8-Channel Security Surveillance System w/ 4x Bullet Cameras (No HDD Included, LV-KNT982A42W4) on sale for $279.99. Shipping is free. Thanks nomoney4deals

https://slickdeals.net/f/11104127-laview-nvr-poe-8-channel-security-system-w-4x-cameras-2x4mp-2x2mp-cams-279-99-free-shipping-newegg
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Do I need to use the NVR or can I use my Synology NAS?
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Do I need to use the NVR or can I use my Synology NAS?
I stand corrected... Peace Read comments of people correcting me Smilie

You need the NVR. Those cameras in this deal are not IP Cameras.
Look into Foscam C1s or something similar and also do not forget: you only have, depending on your NAS, 2 camera license for the Surveillance Center. Each additional license is $50 I believe.
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Quote from batchstop
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Do I need to use the NVR or can I use my Synology NAS?
Quote from TinyRK
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You need the NVR. Those cameras in this deal are not IP Cameras.
Look into Foscam C1s or something similar and also do not forget: you only have, depending on your NAS, 2 camera license for the Surveillance Center. Each additional license is $50 I believe.
Hi Batchstop, TinyRK,

These are IP PoE cameras, which are listed in the spec sheets to be ONVIF conformant ( Profile G, S ).

So, yes you should be able to get them to also work with your NAS.


4MP bullet camera (LV-PB3140WC)
Image sensor: 1/3" sensor
Lens 4mm,
Angle of view: 83.6 degree
Lens mount: M12
Digital noise reduction: 3D DNR Wide Dynamic Range: Digital WDR
Video compression Main stream: H.264 Zip+ / H.264;Sub stream: H.264 / MJPEG H.264
Type: Baseline Profile / Main Profile Dual Stream Yes Bit rate: 32 Kbps ~ 16 Mbps
Max. Image Resolution: 2688 x 1520
Power supply: 12V DC +/- 25% , PoE (802.3af)
Power consumption: Max. 6.5W
Weather proof rating: IP67
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/fi...3140WC.pdf

2.1MP Mini Network Bullet Camera (LV-PB912F4C)
Image sensor: 1/2.8" sensor
Shutter time: 1/3s to 1/100,000s, support slow shutter
Lens 4mm, Angle of view: 83.6 degree
Lens mount: M12
Digital noise reduction: 3D DNR
Wide Dynamic Range: Digital WDR
Video compression Main stream: H.264 Zip+ / H.264;Sub stream: H.264 / MJPEG H.264 Type: Baseline Profile / Main Profile Dual Stream Yes
Bit rate: 32 Kbps ~ 8 Mbps
Max. Image Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Power supply: 12V DC +/- 25%,
PoE (802.3af) Power consumption: Max. 5W
Weather proof rating: IP67
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/fi...912F4C.pdf
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On a side note, does Newegg offer free returns?
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No IR on cameras?
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No IR on cameras?
Hi Socbrian,

The cameras have IR on camera.
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FYI, I had an issue with both 2mp cameras. They kind of fade in and out as seen in this video: https://youtu.be/U-OpZIYj1ko. LaView support was no help at all in solving the issue. I still haven't figured it out...
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Why are some people replacing a Cat5e cables on these? are they no good?
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I wonder how this set up compares to the reolink on Amazon or the ubiquiti g3 camera. I'm looking for a decent system with four cameras for under $500. This certainly fits that bill but wouldn't mind paying more if there is a huge difference in quality
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What's a good HD for this setup?
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