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Offer valid 12/19 only while supplies last. This camera features a 155° diagonal field of view, two-way audio w/ built-in mic/speaker, and is IP66-rated for outdoor use. Includes 16GB microSD card. -johnny_miller

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Specs:
2680 x 1440 Resolution
IR Cut Filter & Color Night Vision (CNV)
IR LEDs for Night Vision up to 60'
155° Diagonal Field of View
Two-Way Audio with Built-In Mic/Speaker
16GB microSD Card Included
Wi-Fi Connectivity
Lorex Secure App for iOS and Android
IP66-Rated Enclosure for Outdoor Use
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Last Edited by mat2000 January 4, 2019 at 09:55 PM
Lorex site page on FXC33V
https://www.lorextechnology.com/i...FXC33V-1-p

Regarding rtsp feed:
Breakout911 points out:
https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=123578902&postcount=51
Note a group of us have been searching for rtsp references for this model camera and have not yet found much to confirm the availability of it.
https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=123593632&postcount=119

Thanks to Breakout911 we have the following rtsp info:
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RTSP URL I'm using on mine: rtsp://root:<password>@<ip>:554/stream1

<password> = the password you provisioned the camera with
<ip> = the ip/hostname of the camera obviously.

Good Luck
"Color Night Vision" claim - do not expect this 4MP camera w/a 1/3" sensor to do exceptionally well in low light conditions. It should do ok in day light, however in low light conditions I expect it to perform similar to many other 4MP 1/3" sensor cameras. - mat2000

Thanks to jetski777 we have info on how to get this to work with Blue Iris
Quote from jetski777
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Finally got this camera working with Blue Iris!. I had selected the correct make and model, but had the path wrong (I was using '/'). These are the Blue Iris settings that work with this camera:

Make: Generic/ONVIF
Model: RTSP H.264/H.265/MJPG/MPEG4
Path: /cam/ch0_0.h264
User: root
Password: <password set via Lorex Secure App>

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This may be a dumb question, but how is everyone getting power to these outdoors? I'd love to have a camera on the corner of my house near the driveway but there's obviously no outlets there.

Aside from running an extension cord across my attic (which may or may not meet code), drilling a tiny hole for the barrel connector on the power plug and doing it that way, is there something else I'm missing here?
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Thanks nomadgamer.

I do like the price, very nice deal even if it is not a perfect camera that is properly advertised. ( the "Color Night Vision" on this one is a real stretch of the marketing folks imagination - suspect most engineer types are cringing like I am on this one )




Hi Qsub, wallflower

I suspect this is not a Dahua OEM camera - so you'd have to use the ONVIF settings, which means at least the basic recording function should work.
( you'd have to manually add the camera also as the wifi router will assign it an IP or you'd give it a static IP on the wifi router's subnet )

Also with regards to the mobile app - if this camera is non-Dahua OEM you may have to add it as an ONVIF camera on the app. ( I've not used the mobile Dahua OEM app - so you'd want to read to see how to do that, I assume it is possible,.. )

update: I have not found info on ONVIF or rtsp compatibility - please see Breakout911 note - he is confirming rtsp availability on the camera





Hi metifan2003, columbus007, chilloutguy007 ( like the handle... interesting image, a bond who is so super chill he's does not care about the Queen.. )

If you are new to security camera PLEASE see the wiki here:
https://slickdeals.net/f/12200566-security-camera-security-camera-system-black-friday-cyber-week-2018-master-list



Hi hbdeals

Nearly all security cameras which have an available rtsp feed can be captured and streamed to TVs. You can use VLC to play a rtsp feed for example.

Note: Most of the popular consumer cloud security cameras are locked down so they do not do well in this area as they stream to the cloud - and then you need to download the stream and if lucky it works well and you get hit 2x on the bandwidth.

update: I have not found info on ONVIF or rtsp compatibility - please see Breakout911 note - he is confirming rtsp availability on the camera



Hi Dyloot,

Look for the camera's specs. Remember a 2MP / 1080P Nest can consumer 300-400GB per month upstream bandwidth. That's probably a good rule of thumb for 2MP.



Thanks d4daniel,

FYI - Lorex as a brand uses different OEM products - some products are better than others. I normally will point out the newer Dahua OEM cameras I know more about. ( Sam88 and others are really good with the Hikvision products - so if you see Sam88 chime in do listen to what he has to say )



Hi Badger65 -

My recommendationBig GrinO NOT get zmodo / funlux - they just suck all over the place imho. Spammers, astroturfers, lying, fraudulent, jacking people's kits with firmware updates - forcing on-prem systems into cloud system and then asking for monthly subscriptions... they are horrible as a company as well as their products.



Hi Jukens,

If the cameras are ONVIF or provide an rtsp feed you can use them with other 3rd party apps and recording setups.
( I have not yet read the full specs... so good to have breakout911 and others point out they can do rtsp - thanks breakout )



LOL, indeed dealbuster!

hmm... secured by Axis... this house must have a LOT of money.. ;-)



Hi HHHmmmm

You're not alone.. I've dropped piles on money attempting to avoid wiring up a system... and in the end, when I needed evidence that was court worthy, I had to throw out a lot of the junk and just accept:

Wired = reliable
Wired cameras = embedded time stamps.

DIY wiring can be done - just a question of willingness.

IF you have an attached garage - use that, super easy to just put up 4-5 cameras from inside of the attached garage to cover your parked cars, and anyone walking up to the front door.

Remember to place your cameras low enough for a good ID shot. ( 6-8 feet )



OH man, I need to take a break!



Hey Jim! If Home Depot check out folks do not know your name - YOU are NOT doing a good DIY job!
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I have 2 left hands
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All I can find on the LOREX site (available to purchase) is the FXC33VW. Only difference appears to be two way audio. Very interested to hear from Mat2000 to weigh in on this deal. I wish it was PoE but I may take a gamble on a pair of these, the price is very good.
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whats rtsp username and password?
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Triple the price on Amazon. Per q&a on Amazon this is Onvif compliant therefore should work with Blue Iris. Pretty hard to find an outdoor camera with audio at this price point.
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Appears to be WiFi only unlike other cameras that also include an RJ45 port.
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If it was PoE I would have ordered these. Oh well.
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Doesn't work with the Costco 4k nvr I take it?
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Paging mat2000, paging mat2000 to the Security Desk please for price check.

Also note, if you buy 2-3 they're only $37.49/ea, and they drop to $34.99 for qty 4+.
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IKR.....so many important advantages with PoE.
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All I can find on the LOREX site (available to purchase) is the FXC33VW. Only difference appears to be two way audio. Very interested to hear from Mat2000 to weigh in on this deal. I wish it was PoE but I may take a gamble on a pair of these, the price is very good.
I suspect mat2000 will say something like:

WiFi is less reliable than PoE and the Field of View is way too wide to get good facial recognition results. However, at $35/ea for 4+ you can get 8 for $280 which is cheaper than other 4MP kits with an NVR.

Since I have a media center PC that's on 24/7 I'm considering adding BlueIris (or similar NVR software that's free from a few vendors) to it since it's on anyhow.

Although I'd prefer a 4K PoE kit and stand-alone NVR looking at 8 camera solutions is super expensive. Maybe I can grab 8 of these and then upgrade the important ones (front of house & front door) in the future with a stand alone NVR. The wife has been nagging the F out of me for a camera system around the house (mainly for watching our chickens of all things) and this might be the answer. I'd put all the cameras on a separate wifi network to avoid any cross-talk since I've got a house full of other wifi stuff.
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I have been using a similar lorex WiFi camera for the past 6 years and never had a dropped connection...this is a very good price imho..
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