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Last Edited by MauiBlueGRide February 11, 2019 at 06:29 PM
Real life night camera performance:
https://vimeo.com/203928203

Day and night samples:
https://imgur.com/a/XtrsMyp


These are all from Reolink 4MP cameras, using MileStone Xprotect free version as the NVR in a virtual machine.

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Have four of these cameras (running with Reolink's NVR) and love them!
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Great cameras. Price isn't that great Aliexpress has them for 53.09 shipped free from US supplier.

https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/0toPhDO
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Sorry for the noob question. But is it absolutely necessary to have an NVR or full blown PoE switch to run these? Or can I buy a PoE injector, hook it up to my router and run it up to the camera? (Just want one camera)
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There's a bunch of Reolink stuff on sale on Newegg right now. One of the best camera systems you can get. POE cameras are the bomb. Way better than the Lorex or other brands that use dual cable systems.
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Sorry for the noob question. But is it absolutely necessary to have an NVR or full blown PoE switch to run these? Or can I buy a PoE injector, hook it up to my router and run it up to the camera? (Just want one camera)
Yeah you can do that. There's plenty of free computer software you can use to record. You can have a dedicated computer running for that or use any computer you have already but it would just have to be always running. Blue Iris is a popular option
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Sorry for the noob question. But is it absolutely necessary to have an NVR or full blown PoE switch to run these? Or can I buy a PoE injector, hook it up to my router and run it up to the camera? (Just want one camera)
If you use a POE injector, you don't need a POE enabled switch. Since this appears to have local storage, yes, the setup you describe should work.
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I dont have much experience in this, but I have been messing with the idea of using an NVR. Any NVR recommendations?
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What is the purpose of the SD card if you can add this camera to an NVR/DVR and save recordings on that? Correct me if i'm wrong.
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Yeah you can do that. There's plenty of free computer software you can use to record. You can have a dedicated computer running for that or use any computer you have already but it would just have to be always running. Blue Iris is a popular option
At one point I was just using a rasberry pi, setup as a NAS/FTP server and recording video feeds to it.

Reolink cameras handled it fine.

The only issue with their cameras is terrible night vision, but the daytime is great.
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At one point I was just using a rasberry pi, setup as a NAS/FTP server and recording video feeds to it.

Reolink cameras handled it fine.

The only issue with their cameras is terrible night vision, but the daytime is great.
This is what I had in mind. I have a bunch of raspberry pi's for other projects I've done.
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What is the purpose of the SD card if you can add this camera to an NVR/DVR and save recordings on that? Correct me if i'm wrong.
Not everyone has their home cabled with Ethernet throughout. Say you want to add surveillance to a shed that has power but no Ethernet run back to your home. You can use a POE injector for power and local SD storage for recordings. Sure you have to retrieve your recordings via the SD card but better than nothing. Furthermore, not everyone has a NVR. The local storage gives you added flexibility.
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Not everyone has their home cabled with Ethernet throughout. Say you want to add surveillance to a shed that has power but no Ethernet run back to your home. You can use a POE injector for power and local SD storage for recordings. Sure you have to retrieve your recordings via the SD card but better than nothing. Furthermore, not everyone has a NVR. The local storage gives you added flexibility.
Perfect explanation and just wasn't sure Thanks for clearing that up
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