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Q-See ( Dahua OEM ) 5MP HD IP PoE Security Camera 5/7-20/2018 Costco Online $99.99

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Q-See 5MP HD IP Color Night Vision Add-on Security Camera

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Item #1238847
Model #QCN8099B
Online Price $119.99 - $20.00 = Your Price $99.99
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$20 manufacturer's savings** is valid 5/7/18 through 5/20/18. While supplies last. Limit 5 per member.

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Features:
  • 1 Outdoor-Rated 5MP HD IP Bullet Camera
  • Color Night Vision up to 100' ( note - this is marketing fluff... do not take claim too seriously )
  • 1 UL-compliant 100' Cat5e Camera Cables
  • H.265 Camera Support
This looks like a Dahua OEM camera

---- specs from spec sheet ----

Camera Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bullet Camera
Camera Technology . . . . . . . . . . . IP
Image Sensor Size. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/2.7"
Image Sensor Type . . . . . . . . . . . . Progressive CMOS
Megapixels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5MP
Eective Pixels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2592 x 1944
Lens Size. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8mm Fixed Lens
Field of View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H: 96º, V: 70º
IR Cut Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yes
Max. User Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Admin User w/ 9 Shared Users

Video Compression H.265+, H.265, H.264+, H.264

Use as Standalone Yes
Compatible Software QC View, Q-See Plus ( Dahua OEM software will also work )
Compatible Mobile Devices Android, iPhone, iPad
Compatible Systems QC NVRs ( and Dahua OEM international model NVRs w/some config )

IVA Functions: Abandon, Intrusion, Missing Object,
Tripwire
( Dahua OEM calls these IVS features, very nice and many other rebrands of Dahua OEM cameras like Lorex strip these options out )

Connector Types
RJ-45 Ethernet
Wireless No

5MP (2592 x 1944) or 4MP (2560 x 1440) - 20FPS
3MP (2304 x 1296) or 1080p (1920 x 1080) - 25/30FPS

Weatherproof Yes
IP Rating IP67
Body Construction Metal + Plastic ( I think the hood is plastic )
Weight 0.97 lbs
Dimensions 2.76" x 6.49"
Operating Temperature -22º to 140º F

Power Supply DC 12V 0.5A 5W or PoE ( typically IP PoE cameras do not include the PSE - power supplying equipment - so plan to buy or use a PoE switch, PoE injector, or AC PoE Adapter )
Power Consumption <4.85 W









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nice IP PoE

For $100 you will get a smart outdoor rated IP PoE camera which has better features than a similar Amcrest model ( also a Dahua OEM rebrand ).

This camera will provide better image captures, some advanced features, as well as greater reliability vs a cloud dependent camera.

5MP should do very well during the day, and ok at night.

With the wide FOV this would be a good camera for potential subjects which are close the the camera.

ID distance theoretical, to 100 ppf is 15.5 feet based on HFOV and H res

Please see earlier discussion of the 8MP / 4K UHD Q-see
https://slickdeals.net/f/11606067-q-see-dahua-oem-ip-poe-4k-8mp-uhd-bullet-security-camera-at-costco-online-5-7-20-2018-149-99

Flipmaster recommends Dahua's VMS software
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Hi Flipmaster

Do you mean Dahua's DSS product?

DSS: Digital Surveillance System
http://dahuawiki.com/DSS
Or smartPSS.

http://me.dahuasecurity.com/me/pr...s-742.html
also see:
https://slickdeals.net/f/11607707-q-see-5mp-hd-ip-poe-security-camera-5-7-20-2018-costco-online-99-99


Note this camera does not have a on-board microSD card slot, so you'll need to configure some place to save the rtsp feed. It can be a PC running the software mentioned above.

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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You need to buy nvr for this?
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You need to buy nvr for this?
Hi Gibsonbass,

No you do not need a NVR per se, but you do need something to catch the rtsp feed and record it as well as a power sourcing equipment. See the notes above..
( recording the feed, some NAS devices can do that, as can a PC w/VMS software, maybe even able to get a NUC PC w/the software to do so.. )
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Hi Gibsonbass,

No you do not need a NVR per se, but you do need something to catch the rtsp feed and record it as well as a power sourcing equipment. See the notes above..
( recording the feed, some NAS devices can do that, as can a PC w/VMS software, maybe even able to get a NUC PC w/the software to do so.. )
Thanks for the info.. This noob need to dig in more.
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Any examples of the night vision image quality?

I have several reolink, amcrest and foscam cameras and they're all decent except the night vision makes them almost worthless at night.
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Mat, you are amazing with these cam deals, they ought to make you the cam deal manager and put you on payroll.

Since this is 5mp, there will be very limited number of "affordable" NVRs in the market that can support this. I was getting ready to buy 5 of these and call it a day at $500+tax, and hook them up to blue iris, but then I realized, I need to have a beefy computer to run 5 x 5MP feeds and be able to stream, right? I don't think these have on board compression for streaming so BI has to handle the compression for streaming? 5mp x 5 = 25mp probably 15mbps upstream at minimum.

Then fps would be another issue, right? Can we even get 30fps out of these using a simple 3rd or 4th gen i5 processor, must have lots of ram?

NUC PCs generally have underpowered laptop style or "U" low voltage processors. I thought they were only ok for small foscam PTZ type 720 or at most 1080p cams?
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Will this work with my LaView NVR or only Hikvision products?
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Will this work with my LaView NVR or only Hikvision products?
Laview yes if it supports ONVIF. Hikvision no
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Laview yes if it supports ONVIF. Hikvision no
LaView products are rebranded Hikvision stuff so I guess no
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Any examples of the night vision image quality?

I have several reolink, amcrest and foscam cameras and they're all decent except the night vision makes them almost worthless at night.
Hi Webdoctors,

5MP cameras are fairly new to the market ( new imaging chip which allows it ), so the results are still coming in.

In general - the daytime images are very good, night time OK.
I do expect this camera to out perform the various Reolinks ( 410s and the like ) as well as the foscams,.. some of the newer Amcrest models should be OK at night.

The best night time cameras which are within what some of us are willing to pay for are the 2MP Dahua OEM starlights ( est $120-170+ ). I would rate these cameras are good at night. ( good > ok )

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Mat, you are amazing with these cam deals, they ought to make you the cam deal manager and put you on payroll.

Since this is 5mp, there will be very limited number of "affordable" NVRs in the market that can support this. I was getting ready to buy 5 of these and call it a day at $500+tax, and hook them up to blue iris, but then I realized, I need to have a beefy computer to run 5 x 5MP feeds and be able to stream, right? I don't think these have on board compression for streaming so BI has to handle the compression for streaming? 5mp x 5 = 25mp probably 15mbps upstream at minimum.

Then fps would be another issue, right? Can we even get 30fps out of these using a simple 3rd or 4th gen i5 processor, must have lots of ram?

NUC PCs generally have underpowered laptop style or "U" low voltage processors. I thought they were only ok for small foscam PTZ type 720 or at most 1080p cams?
Thanks Ride,

So, the big issue with Blue Iris ( as flipmaster pointed out ) is that it does a lot of the heavy compute in the PC - which is useful when supporting multiple types of cameras - however does take a hit with encode and decode.

If you have a newer gen i5/i7 chip in the Blue Iris system you should be fine.

If you're going all Dahua OEM cameras - then perhaps checkout the DSS or Smart PSS which flipmaster pointed out.

In terms of NVRs - I like to get 4K rated ones now. There's some options there.

Also, I like the idea of mixing higher res cameras with the 2MP starlight ones.

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Will this work with my LaView NVR or only Hikvision products?
HI WhatsYoFlava,

Note on this particular camera I did not see ONVIF mentioned in the spec sheet, so it would probably be better to stick with LaView and Hikvision OEM cameras for your LaView NVR.
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Any examples of the night vision image quality?

I have several reolink, amcrest and foscam cameras and they're all decent except the night vision makes them almost worthless at night.
Not great, but decent detail. Any supplemental light and the quality is really good.
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Will this be compatible with tinyCam PRO Android app?
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would this work with the recent LOREX costco NVR? that we all got in on?
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