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Q-see / Dahua OEM 16-Channel 4K NVR w/ 4TB HDD (12) 4K Ultra HD Bullet Cameras (QC826-12HF-4) $1380

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16-Channel 4K Ultra HD IP Security System with 4TB Hard Drive and (12) 4K Ultra HD Bullet Cameras (QC826-12HF-4)

Discount code for 40% off: TIDYUP40
List:$2,299.99
Discount: (-$919.99)
Price: $1,380.00

We've been having some fun finding deals at Q-see w/ the 40% off code
https://slickdeals.net/f/12881920-q-see-qcn8093b-dahua-oem-ipc-hfw1831e-4k-8mp-ip-poe-bullet-camera-108-00

Deal:
https://q-see.com/collections/4k/...826-12hf-4

If you need even more cameras:

Thanks EagerActivity who noticed the 40% off code does not work for the larger kits.

32 CHANNEL 4K ULTRA HD IP SECURITY SYSTEM WITH 8TB HARD DRIVE AND 24 4K IP OUTDOOR BULLET CAMERAS WITH COLOR NIGHT VISION (QC8932-24HF-8)
List: $3,999.99 - 40% => should come to $2400 ( for about $100 per camera you're getting a NVR + switch thrown in for free!!! lol )

32 Channel 4K Ultra HD IP Security System with 8TB Hard Drive and 32 4K IP Outdoor Bullet Cameras with Color Night Vision (QC8932-32HF-8)
list: $5,199.99 - 40% => $3120 ( less than $100 per camera and you get a NVR + switch! )
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Last Edited by mat2000 February 28, 2019 at 10:25 PM
Remember to secure your IP camera system from cyber attacks.

1) Do not port forward
2) Disable UPnP on your router
3) Disable P2P on your router
4) Run OpenVPN on your router if you want remote access ( best to just not connect the NVR and cameras to the internet )
5) Use appropriate firewall services running on your router

more notes here
https://ipcamtalk.com/wiki/index/

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See the single camera thread about more info on the cameras in the kit
https://slickdeals.net/f/12881920-q-see-qcn8093b-dahua-oem-ipc-hfw1831e-4k-8mp-ip-poe-bullet-camera-108-00

The 8 channel NVR 8 camera deal
Q-see / Dahua OEM 8-Channel 4K NVR w/ 2TB HDD (8) 4K Ultra HD Bullet Cameras (QCK81-8HF-2) $720
https://slickdeals.net/f/12882757-q-see-dahua-oem-8-channel-4k-nvr-w-2tb-hdd-8-4k-ultra-hd-bullet-cameras-qck81-8hf-2-720

update:
Look for the Dahua OEM junction box PFA121 to go with these cameras. Q-see may also have accessories ( update I found none on their website ). That will help protect the connections from the environment.

Note the lorex boxes for "4 screw" base cameras are Dahua OEM PFA121, so they will also work see part numbers ACJNCD4BKB, S1JF2G, ACJNCD4B

Junction boxes are not required, but very nice if you can not stuff the cabling back into the wall / soffit
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FP in 4,3,2....
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Hey Mat, do you know much about the NVR options out there? My experience has only really been with BI, Arlo and some limited experience with Synology. Is there a way to set up mobile alerts with these NVR's and are they somewhat reliable?
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Would it be better to get 2 of the 8 camera?
https://q-see.com/products/8-chan...3432373365
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Is this "THE" deal someone should jump on if they want dahua Oem system of 16 channel or more? Does this dvr have all the bells and whistles?
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Would it be better to get 2 of the 8 camera?
https://q-see.com/products/8-chan...3432373365
Not if you want to use the DVR with more than 8 cameras. The 8 set comes with an 8 channel DVR. Means you can only connect 8. Although, depending on what actual hardware is in the dvr, it may allow 8 connected through another POE switch. But the spec sheet doesn't indicate allowing that.
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Is this "THE" deal someone should jump on if they want dahua Oem system of 16 channel or more? Does this dvr have all the bells and whistles?
Hi Eager

yes. One of these the 16 channel one w/16 cameras, or one of the other ones.

As many bells and whistles as possible for an NVR setup that does cost a fortune.
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About to jump on the 32 channel with 24 cameras for a house in the Dominican Republic? I assume there is no way to stack the new customer 10% with the 40%. Also seems top ca$hback is listed at 6% cb. I also have 3% BOA cc cash back.
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About to jump on the 32 channel with 24 cameras for a house in the Dominican Republic? I assume there is no way to stack the new customer 10% with the 40%. Also seems top ca$hback is listed at 6% cb. I also have 3% BOA cc cash back.
Look for the Dahua OEM junction box PFA121 to go with these cameras. Q-see may also have accessories ( update I found none on their website ). That will help protect the connections from the environment.

Note the lorex boxes for "4 screw" base cameras are Dahua OEM PFA121, so they will also work see part numbers ACJNCD4BKB, S1JF2G, ACJNCD4B
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Says TIDYUP40 not valid on the 32 channel 24 camera system... 😥
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Says TIDYUP40 not valid on the 32 channel 24 camera system... 😥
Ouch!!! Thanks EagerActivity - I will adjust the write up!
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Hey Mat, do you know much about the NVR options out there? My experience has only really been with BI, Arlo and some limited experience with Synology. Is there a way to set up mobile alerts with these NVR's and are they somewhat reliable?
Hi BlackBeardPirate

Blue Iris - many ipcamtalk members prefer it over NVRs. You will need a beefy i7 with a newer chip to handle the compute though.

What you can do is setup a dual recorder situation, this gets a bit advanced - but the idea is simple, on your network the streams are multicast and any recorder can pick them up.

I have not done it, so I do not fully know the implementation details.

In general the NVRs have a lot of features and functionality - but do take some time to figure out how to use them.

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Would it be better to get 2 of the 8 camera?
https://q-see.com/products/8-chan...3432373365
Hi Skardem,

I would go with the larger NVR - it should have more compute power.
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Can you add more hard drives to this 4tb 16 channel system?
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