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Lorex LX1080-88BW 1080p Camera System with 8 Channel DVR and 8 1080p Outdoor Security Cameras, 130ft Night Vision, 2TB Hard Drive --- $255 AC

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Lorex LX1080-88BW
1080p Camera System with 8 Channel DVR and 8 1080p Outdoor Security Cameras, 130ft Night Vision, 2TB Hard Drive
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Anyone have options on this or any set? I'm looking to get a set up and don't know where to start.
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Good price
But spend a little more for a PoE DVR
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Anyone have options on this or any set? I'm looking to get a set up and don't know where to start.
Hi Kirk

You should start by determining what you wish to accomplish so you can better determine what may work well enough.

Recommend the following references ( see the wikis )

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

and
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

and
https://ipcamtalk.com/wiki/index/
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Good price
But spend a little more for a PoE DVR
Any suggestions for 8 cameras and poe NVR?
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Any suggestions for 8 cameras and poe NVR?
HI i.b01

Recommend taking a look at the links above, as they have included deals which we've seen - many of which are fairly frequent repeating deals.

https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=114200035&postcount=4
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HI i.b01

Recommend taking a look at the links above, as they have included deals which we've seen - many of which are fairly frequent repeating deals.

https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=114200035&postcount=4
I planned on purchasing this item, any specific reason to find something better in this price range? How does Lorex rate? Thanks
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I planned on purchasing this item, any specific reason to find something better in this price range? How does Lorex rate? Thanks
The Lorex DVR mentioned in this deal?

Remember cabling / wiring is the biggest time consumer for most of us, so use quality Cat5e/6 cable and do it right the first time. You can use Baluns to run BNC coax cameras off cat6/5e cable.

Personally I like IP PoE better than analog coax systems.

If you can afford a better kit, I would recommend a pricier kit - if you can not then this should work well enough for the price point.

Other popular kit at this price range is the 4 camera LaView kit which comes up at $280 w/o HDD.

The Lorex 4K kit from Costco is what I prefer to compare other options with.
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The Lorex DVR mentioned in this deal?

Remember cabling / wiring is the biggest time consumer for most of us, so use quality Cat5e/6 cable and do it right the first time. You can use Baluns to run BNC coax cameras off cat6/5e cable.

Personally I like IP PoE better than analog coax systems.

If you can afford a better kit, I would recommend a pricier kit - if you can not then this should work well enough for the price point.

Other popular kit at this price range is the 4 camera LaView kit which comes up at $280 w/o HDD.

The Lorex 4K kit from Costco is what I prefer to compare other options with.
Thanks!
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Hello, I have the BNC cable pre-wiring done already by the builder. These systems use BNC cables right? Any inputs are appreciated!
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Came across this thread when researching this system. It seems that the benefit of POE is that you only run one wire, and don't need an outlet right near the camera as these cables can run all the way back to the system. Isn't that the benefit of PoE, if so, why is that better than these BNC cables? I'm not seeing it. Thanks in advance for any input.
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