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LaViewSecurity.com has LaView 1080p 2.1MP Mini Network/Surveillance Bullet Camera (Factory Refurbished) on sale for $37 - Extra $7.40 off w/ coupon code BUILDUPNVR (apply in cart) = $29.60. Shipping is $5.99, otherwise, free shipping on orders $50 or more. Thanks tranquil

Note, be sure to select the "LV-PB932F4-RF" from the camera list and purchase without the NVR option and apply the listed promo code to receive discount.
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LaViewSecurity.com has 1080P 2MP IP PoE Surveillance Bullet Cameras (Factory Refurbished) on sale for $37 - $7.4 with code BUILDUPNVR = $29.6 each. Shipping is free on orders over $50. Otherwise shipping is $5.99

https://www.laviewsecurity.com/bu...t-2-0.html

To get the lowest price, follow these steps in the Build Your Kit page:
  • Step 1. Choose LV-PB932F4-RF in the camera list
  • Step 2. Choose 'Purchase Without NVR' in the NVR list and add to cart
Bulk discount available to get even lower price:
  • Buy 4+@ $26.64 each
  • Buy 8+@ $25.16 each
  • Buy 12+ @$24.53 each
Spec:
  • 1/2.8"sensor
  • 2.1MP Recording and Playback @ 30fps (1920x1080)
  • Metal housing
  • IR night vision up to 100ft
  • IP66 Weatherproof
  • 4mm lens, angle of view 79°
  • ONVIF Compliant
  • 12 VDC ± 10% , PoE (802.3af)
  • Hikvision OEM model
Product page and specification: https://www.laviewsecurity.com/10...ra-rf.html
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Last Edited by mat2000 March 9, 2019 at 06:35 AM
Let's post questions and answers here since security cams are a complex topic.

Q- Do the cameras perform h.264/265 encoding, or is that handled at the NVR end?
A- As far as I can tell, it's handled at the NVR end. The 4-port NVR in the Amazon link supports only h.264, which takes up twice as much storage space as h.264+ or h.265.
A - IP PoE cameras are "intelligent" compared to traditional analog CCTV cameras. IP PoE cameras are basically black linux / other OS boxes with a camera attached to it. It will encode the stream and output it. NVR receive the stream, and decode what they need to for display purposes. ( and possible additional compute purposes, example Blue Iris does a lot of the compute on the PC thus why a good i5/i7 CPU is recommended. )

Q- What image sensor does this use and how does it do in low light conditions?

Q- Is it more energy efficient to use a standalone NVR, or use an existing PC that already runs 24/7?

Q- Pros and cons of using dedicated NVR vs PC/BlueIris?

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3 of the 4 I bought work. Mine all came configured with 192.0.0.64, user admin and password 12345.

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Well I already trust their security .... I created an account and they e-mailed me my password in plaintext in the account confirmation email
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Looks like a site bug as this Build your own kit page requires a purchase of NVR iirc.
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Damn just got those 720p cameras.
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Try another browser, it is working on my end


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Looks like a site bug as this Build your own kit page requires a purchase of NVR iirc.
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Can these be flashed with a different firmware? (For blue iris?)
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Can these be flashed with a different firmware? (For blue iris?)
They are onvif so should work with blue Iris
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Can these be flashed with a different firmware? (For blue iris?)
This is just an IP cam, it should work fine with blue Iris. No need to flash anything. If this is a Hikvision camera then it should be good image quality.
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Can these be flashed with a different firmware? (For blue iris?)
They are Hikvision cameras that support ONVIF. Blue Iris should work with the firmware on them.
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They are Hikvision cameras that support ONVIF. Blue Iris should work with the firmware on them.
Would you mind explaining some pros and cons of these for a Blue Iris setup?
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This is just an IP cam, it should work fine with blue Iris. No need to flash anything. If this is a Hikvision camera then it should be good image quality.
Says Hikvision model DS-2CD2022 here.
https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/lav...mera.7252/
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Can this work with Hikvision NVR?
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I own them, they are rebranded Hikvision and are great cameras. I bet they would work with Hikvision NVR as I'm 99% sure that my LaView NVR claims to work with all ONVIF cameras
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Pretty certain that are the laview cams I have. Use them with blue Iris and Poe injector. They've been completely reliable for 4 years now, and on two different houses.

When we had to have the police round due to something happening at a neighbors house they called back and asked what model they we're once they watched the footage!
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