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Q-see Dahua OEM IP PoE 4K / 8MP UHD Bullet security camera at Costco online 5/7-20/2018 $149.99

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Q-See 4K UHD Bullet Camera
Item #1238837
Model #QCN8090B
Online Price $179.99 - $30.00 = Your Price $149.99
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https://www.costco.com/Q-See-4K-U...08458.html

Camera Features
  • 4K High Definition image sensor provides 4X the resolution of 1080P
  • Wide angle 88° field of view and 4mm Camera Lens
  • A full 1/2.5" Image Sensor allowing for high frames in outdoor moving conditions
  • IP67 Rated for Indoor or Outdoor Weatherproofing
  • Stunning night vision capability up to 100ft
  • IR Cut Filter designed to give optimal color for day and nighttime recording
  • DWDR / BLC / HLC – Optimized compensations and ranges for the absolute best in focus and picture clarity
  • Auto/Manual Gain Control and Electronic Shutter for superior color accuracy and sharp images
  • Extreme weather compatibility: Operating Temperatures -22° to 140° F
  • Flexible and easy installation via Cat5e over Ethernet with PoE (Power over Ethernet) support
  • Ceiling and wall mountable with included hardware
From the Spec Sheet:

QCN8090B
Camera Type: Bullet
Camera Technology: IP
Video Compression H.265/H.264
Image Sensor Size: 1/2.5"
Image Sensor Type: 4K Progressive scan CMOS
Image Resolution: 4K (8MP)
Effective Pixels: 3840 x 2160
Lens Size: 4 mm
Angle of View: 88º Diagonal and 48º Horizontal
IR Cut Filter: Yes
Storage: Micro SD Card Max. 128GB

IR LEDS Two high-power LED
Infrared Wavelength 850nM
Min Lux Illumination 0.07Lux/F2.0 (color), 0Lux/F2.0(IR on)
Night Vision Range Up to 98 Ft.

Auto Iris No
On Screen Display No
Backlight Compensation BLC/HLC/DWDR
Electronic Shutter 1/3(4)~1/10000s
Gain Control Auto/Manual
Wide Dynamic Range DWDR
Noise Reduction 3D

Use as Standalone Yes
Compatible Software QC View
Compatible Mobile Devices iPhone, iPad, Android
Compatible Systems QC-NVRs ( should work with other Dahua OEM NVRs, or even by itself )

Weatherproof Yes
IP Rating IP67
Body Construction Metal
Mounting Hardware Screws
Weight 14.32 oz
Dimensions 7.09" x 2.75" x 2.75"
Operating Temperature -22° to 140°F

4K (3840 x 2160) 15FPS
3MP (2048 x 1536) 25FPS
1080p (1920 x 1080) 30FPS

IVA Functions Tripwire, Intrusion, Abadon
Missing Object
( bonus, has the Dahua IVS functions! )

Connector Types RJ45 (10/100Base-T)
Other Connections 2.1mm power
Wireless No
ONVIF 2.3 PSIA,CGI

Power Supply DC 12V or POE ( camera probably does not include a power adapter, so you'll need to pick one up or get a PoE switch or add to your NVR )
Power Consumption < 6.7 W

Weatherproof Yes
IP Rating IP67
Body Construction Metal
Mounting Hardware Screws
Weight 14.32 oz
Dimensions 7.09" x 2.75" x 2.75"
Operating Temperature -22° to 140°F
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Last Edited by mat2000 June 7, 2018 at 10:33 AM
List of PoE injectors and switches at ipcamtalk
https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/poe...ist.23070/

Cabling and placement notes in the wiki here:
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

Useful notes in the wiki here for those new to security cameras
https://slickdeals.net/f/10731663-security-camera-security-camera-system-black-friday-2017-master-list

Notes at ipcamtalk
https://ipcamtalk.com/wiki/index/

How to view Dahua cameras without browser plugins
https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/how...ins.28757/

Update: Previous Q-see deal w/notes on configuring and accessing the camera ( hint: http://192.168.0.102:85/ is used typically by Q-see )
https://slickdeals.net/f/11242547-q-see-outdoor-3mp-hd-wi-fi-ip-bullet-or-dome-camera-free-shipping-80

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Nice solid camera, metal case.

It's a nice Dahua OEM camera, and retains the IVS features

The "4K" / 8MP UHD cameras in the Lorex kit strip the IVS features, and do not have ONVIF compatibility, nor do they have a microSD card slot. Thus this camera is closer the original Dahua OEM international model ( IPC-HFW48xx )

Thus, this is actually a better camera than you will find in the Lorex 4K kit.

Note, some ebay vendors appear to resell these for a lot more
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Q-See-4K...2723257406

Update:
Image Resolution: 4K (8MP) 3840 x 2160 Angle of View: 88º Diagonal and 48º Horizontal
ID Distance = 45.86 feet!

Additional information thanks to John Turner from ipcamtalk:

IP address is set to DHCP to start
log into the webserver via port 85 i.e. http://<YOUR CAM'S IP>:85
admin admin
The feed is here:
rtsp://admin:<YOUR PWD>@<YOUR IP>:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=0
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Thanks Mat200
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Nice solid camera

It's a nice Dahua OEM camera, and retains the IVS features.

The "4K" / 8MP UHD cameras in the Lorex kit strip the IVS features, and do not have ONVIF compatibility, nor do they have a microSD card slot. Thus this camera is closer the original Dahua OEM international model ( IPC-HFW48xx )

Thus, this is actually a better camera than you will find in the Lorex 4K kit.

Note, some ebay vendors appear to resell these for a lot more
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Q-See-4K...2723257406 [ebay.com]

Additional information thanks to John Turner from ipcamtalk:

IP address is set to DHCP to start
log into the webserver via port 85 i.e. http://<YOUR CAM'S IP>:85
admin admin
The feed is here:
rtsp://admin:<YOUR PWD>@<YOUR IP>:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=0
Thanks! So does this mean we can use this with a NAS w/o their (or anyones) NVR?
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Thanks Mat200

Thanks! So does this mean we can use this with a NAS w/o their (or anyones) NVR?
YES!!

In fact, with the microSD card slot you can use it stand alone!

Meets ONVIF specs - so you should be able to use any NVR or VMS / software and NAS products which accept ONVIF cameras!

Very nice to see this available in the US from Costco.
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Or gets its twin brother
Hikvision English Version DS-2CD2085FWD-I 2.8mm Lens IP housing 8MP Bullet IR Camera POE
$132.00 FS NewEgg


https://flash.newegg.com/Product/9SIADJR65J4691
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Or gets its twin brother
Hikvision English Version DS-2CD2085FWD-I 2.8mm Lens IP housing 8MP Bullet IR Camera POE
$132.00 FS NewEgg


https://flash.newegg.com/Product/9SIADJR65J4691
Hi JimB,

You should post that as a new deal here, I'd like to add it separately to the master list thread.

Note: When comparing the 2 cameras you may want to check to see what advanced features the Hikvision model supports. If you are using Blue Iris it may not mater as the i5/i7 CPU and Blue Iris will do a lot of your heavy lifting for detection and advanced features compute.
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Thank you Matt for your feedback as always.

Are you (or anyone else) aware any of these 4k cameras that come with speaker/mic?

I would like to use these instead of a ring doorbell. I can use the notification as my "ring".
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Thank you Matt for your feedback as always.

Are you (or anyone else) aware any of these 4k cameras that come with speaker/mic?

I would like to use these instead of a ring doorbell. I can use the notification as my "ring".
Hi Shah, thanks

Video Doorbell products really are not security cameras - but VoIP products with some security camera features, as such a security camera - even those with a microphone will not work well as a replacement as they are not designed for VoIP communications.

Note, the Dahua OEM bullets iirc do not have a built in microphone.
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YES!!

In fact, with the microSD card slot you can use it stand alone!

Meets ONVIF specs - so you should be able to use any NVR or VMS / software and NAS products which accept ONVIF cameras!

Very nice to see this available in the US from Costco.
That is awesome. So if you setup the app you can get motion detection alerts? Wondering if I should get these and be rid of the Arlo cameras.
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YES!!

In fact, with the microSD card slot you can use it stand alone!

Meets ONVIF specs - so you should be able to use any NVR or VMS / software and NAS products which accept ONVIF cameras!

Very nice to see this available in the US from Costco.
Thanks! Hypo - if you just need two cameras, what is a better deal/value - get two of these ($300) or get one of those NeweggFlash deals which usually has 4 cameras and a NVR?
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That is awesome. So if you setup the app you can get motion detection alerts? Wondering if I should get these and be rid of the Arlo cameras.
Hi Tgrold,

You can use both if you like, this 4K camera has some great advanced feature options w/continuous recording and some great daytime images and good low light images ( great compared to the Arlos ). While they are not perfect they are much better than the Arlos.

I would certainly recommend this, it should be a good option to cover the front of your home and driveway.
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Thanks! Hypo - if you just need two cameras, what is a better deal/value - get two of these ($300) or get one of those NeweggFlash deals which usually has 4 cameras and a NVR?
Hi Batchstop,

These should be significantly better cameras than what the $280 kits have.

The ID distance should be significantly longer at the FOV listed and with 8MP / "4K" UHD resolution.
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mat - aside from utilizing i5/i7 setup with blue iris, do you recommend an NVR that isnt crazy expensive. I know you like the Dahua NVRs

I currently have two i7 8700k desktops, one is used as a plex server and thinking I could eventually just setup that machine with one more drive and run blue iris.
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That is awesome. So if you setup the app you can get motion detection alerts? Wondering if I should get these and be rid of the Arlo cameras.
Arlo should give you notifications too.
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