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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 mat2000

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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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LaView deal which just was on Newegg is now available @Newegg Flash

LaView LV-KNT982A42W4 4MP Zoom HD 8 Channel NVR PoE IP Security System, with 2pcs 4MP (2688 x 1520) and 2pcs 2MP (1920 x 1080) Bullet Camera (No HDD Included, Sold Separately)(Upgraded Cam)

$279.99 - deal ends May 15 or when OOS

https://flash.newegg.com/Product/N82E16881183087

Recent posted deal on Newegg thanks to Jcomey2020
https://slickdeals.net/f/11572791-laview-lv-knt982a42w4-8-channel-hd-nvr-poe-ip-security-system-with-2-pack-of-4mp-2688-x-1520-and-2-pack-of-2mp-1920-x-1080-bullet-cameras-for-279-99-free-ship-newegg

Notes: No HDD included. As easy to install as on a PC, SATA HDD. Surveillance rated HDDs are preferred, NAS HDDs should work fine.
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FYI - from previous deal, looks like the same cameras in this deal

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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So...what is the framerate on 4K if specs say:

Live View: 1080P @ 30 fps, 1520P @ 20 fps

(or does it work on 4K or is 1520P considered 4K?)

OK...got my K's and M's mixed up...lol

If I had read further..

4.1MP: 2688 x 1520p Resolution, Double the quality of 1080P

Was wondering if this thing outputs hdmi to a 4K (2160P) monitor or only at 1080P(or 1520P)
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So...what is the framerate on 4K if specs say:

Live View: 1080P @ 30 fps, 1520P @ 20 fps

(or does it work on 4K or is 1520P considered 4K?)
Hi Likeaw,

4K??? Which 4K are you referring to?

Note: "4K" TVs, and "4K" security cameras are not the same as 4K cinematic specs.

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OK...got my K's and M's mixed up...lol

If I had read further..

4.1MP: 2688 x 1520p Resolution, Double the quality of 1080P

Was wondering if this thing outputs hdmi to a 4K (2160P) monitor or only at 1080P(or 1520P)
OK! Makes sense now. ( guess it would be nice if they would just call the "4K" UHD just 8MP )

The newegg flash did not mention which NVR is included in the kit, iirc in older threads on this I believe we've identified the NVR in the kit.

Typically the part number, includes part of the NVR's model.
"LV-KNT982A42W4"

Looking at LaView's website I found a "9808" NVR model which is bundled with 4x 1080p cameras and looks off hand similar, the HDMI output is 1080p.
Considering the very affordable price of this kit, I would expect the output of this kit to also be 1080p.

https://www.laviewsecurity.com/fi...808C8E.pdf

If you're looking for a 4K video out, then I would look at pricier options.
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Tell you $280 for a 4 camera PoE system from a good company should be a no brainer
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Tell you $280 for a 4 camera PoE system from a good company should be a no brainer
Aren't these repackaged Chinese cameras?

Most PoE cameras are either by Dahua or Hikvision (half owned by the Chinese government).
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Aren't these repackaged Chinese cameras?

Most PoE cameras are either by Dahua or Hikvision (half owned by the Chinese government).
Hi Dave,

Basically every "affordable" security camera is OEM'ed in China.

This being one of those. Thankfully, it is not a cloud dependent kit, so you can keep it isolated from the internet or use a VPN and turn off UPnP on your router if you need to remotely access it.
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Hi Dave,

Basically every "affordable" security camera is OEM'ed in China.

This being one of those. Thankfully, it is not a cloud dependent kit, so you can keep it isolated from the internet or use a VPN and turn off UPnP on your router if you need to remotely access it.
Basically everything except guns and ammo is OEM'ed in China
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Hi Dave,

Basically every "affordable" security camera is OEM'ed in China.

This being one of those. Thankfully, it is not a cloud dependent kit, so you can keep it isolated from the internet or use a VPN and turn off UPnP on your router if you need to remotely access it.
Actually even if you turn off UPnP, they still call home.

The only way to really make sure they're not calling home and to still access them outside your LAN is to use an actual physical firewall such as pfSense. I had to isolate them on a separate network that cannot access WAN in any way for traffic to stop being sent out. And in order for me to reach the cameras remotely, I had to setup my own VPN server on the firewall itself, then add a client app to my phone, connect through the vpn then I can see my cameras as if I were home.

I'm going to take a wild guess and say 98% of people using these Chinese OEM cameras wont even do half that. Smilie
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Is this better than the Hiviz 1080 including 2 tb HD for 330
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Hi cvc,

I take it you mean the EZVIZ deal also from newegg.

Better? Hard to determine without a side by side comparison, as well as what "better" means to you.

This is the most affordable deal we typically see on a decent IP PoE kit. ( During the coming BF-cyberweek 2018 season I am hoping that we see some good deals, otherwise this will probably be the low price leader until then. )

If you're on a tight budget this is a great kit to start with.

If you can afford more, then there are certainly better quality cameras, NVRs which have more processing power, NVRs with more ports, ... and so forth available for a greater investment / purchase price.

As a wired non-cloud dependent kit, the reliability will surpass any wirefree or wired + wifi cloud dependent setup, as well as providing good quality images in comparison.
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Hi cvc,

I take it you mean the EZVIZ deal also from newegg.

Better? Hard to determine without a side by side comparison, as well as what "better" means to you.

This is the most affordable deal we typically see on a decent IP PoE kit. ( During the coming BF-cyberweek 2018 season I am hoping that we see some good deals, otherwise this will probably be the low price leader until then. )

If you're on a tight budget this is a great kit to start with.

If you can afford more, then there are certainly better quality cameras, NVRs which have more processing power, NVRs with more ports, ... and so forth available for a greater investment / purchase price.

As a wired non-cloud dependent kit, the reliability will surpass any wirefree or wired + wifi cloud dependent setup, as well as providing good quality images in comparison.
Thank you for sharing your opinion Matt 2000..the ezviz has good reviews all over the web...I don't see any reviews for la view..
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Thank you for sharing your opinion Matt 2000..the ezviz has good reviews all over the web...I don't see any reviews for la view..
Hi cvc,

Numerous SD'ers have purchased this in the past, and some have shared their experiences here in the past threads. Feel free to check those out.

Suggest searching for "LaView" or the like in the search box.

UPDATE: Quick inspection of what Amazon reviews note - and both of the kits are getting about 3.5 stars...
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