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ezviz 8-Ch 4K UHD NVR w/ 2TB HDD & 4x 4K Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Cameras EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has ezviz 8-Channel 4K UHD NVR with 2TB HDD & 4x 4K Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Cameras (UN-1884A2) on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Trickyynicky

Features:
  • Manage and Record from up to 8 Cameras
  • 4K UHD Recording Resolution per Camera
  • 2TB Preinstalled HDD
  • 8 PoE Ports
  • Includes 4 4K Bullet Cameras
  • 65' of Night Vision in Total Darkness
  • 78° Horizontal Field of View
  • EZVIZ App for iOS and Android
  • HDMI and VGA Video Outputs
  • IP67-Rated Cameras
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No. Cameras can't be seen.

I bought this and am massively disappointed.

First, you can't get into the cameras, period, at all. You don't have the admin password for them and they don't run a webserver- so you can't send the video to blue Iris. You MIGHT be able to set up an ONVIF stream, but I haven't gone that far yet because, without that admin password, what can you do?

Second EVERYTHING goes through the cloud. The only way I got video working was through the damn cloud, and back- I couldn't manually add anything to the account local.

Overall it's been a royal PITA. I would have returned it if I wasn't so stubborn.
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They don't. They're locked down.

I've been using tFTP to try and isolate the firmware, and wireshark to grab packets. The camera itself uses a key challenge/response authentication. The salt is identical.

I've been trying to backdoor the password by using an older model but the NVR won't push credentials down to it- apparently they wised up and blocked that option.

Right now I've got one of the camera in 3 pieces and I'm looking to dump the NAND flash on it.

So.... yeah. I am not happy with these cameras.
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I would advise everyone take the top comments with a grain of salt.

Most of the complaints are coming from people wanting to get 50 dollar 4k cameras. Not a great deal on a standalone system.
Would it have been nice to be able to use them in multiple applications? Sure. They just aren't marketed as such.

I have installed hundreds of systems and most people end up not liking the Blue Iris setup and everything that goes with making it work. They just want to look at the monitor, know however they set it up still works and footage is recorded.

A simple system with picture quality you aren't going to find at $200. I just don't want anyone missing out on these, thinking you are missing out on something you'll not need.
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This looks like an awesome deal on a 4K Poe system. Anyone have this?
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No. Cameras can't be seen.

I bought this and am massively disappointed.

First, you can't get into the cameras, period, at all. You don't have the admin password for them and they don't run a webserver- so you can't send the video to blue Iris. You MIGHT be able to set up an ONVIF stream, but I haven't gone that far yet because, without that admin password, what can you do?

Second EVERYTHING goes through the cloud. The only way I got video working was through the damn cloud, and back- I couldn't manually add anything to the account local.

Overall it's been a royal PITA. I would have returned it if I wasn't so stubborn.
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Hm... I bought the refurb LaView 8ch NVR with 4 cameras last month. This might be worth it just to get 4 additional cameras.
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Yes!! Thank you! Was hoping this deal would come alive again!
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Anyone know how to connect this ? Do we just put the Ethernet cable to our router and it's it? Do we need anything for audio or the Ethernet cable carry both picture and audio along with power?
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Mat in 5 4 3 2 1....
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if there is "cloud access," do i need to adjust port forwarding on my network to allow for this? i'm using an AT&T hotspot for my security system (so the hardline can't be cut) and since it's cellular i have had issues with port forwarding since it's in a subnet without a public IP.
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Anyone know how to connect this ? Do we just put the Ethernet cable to our router and it's it? Do we need anything for audio or the Ethernet cable carry both picture and audio along with power?
These are PoE, or Power over Ethernet, cameras. As the name implies, it allows both power and data to travel on the same cable. The DVR unit has the necessary circuitry to supply power to the cameras. You plug the cameras into the DVR, and a separate Ethernet port on the DVR into your home network.

EDIT: See the back panel here: https://www.amazon.com/EZVIZ-Ultr...B07DNM1DBJ
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Do you have to have internet?
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No BlueIris, no deal
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No. Cameras can't be seen.

I bought this and am massively disappointed.

First, you can't get into the cameras, period, at all. You don't have the admin password for them and they don't run a webserver- so you can't send the video to blue Iris. You MIGHT be able to set up an ONVIF stream, but I haven't gone that far yet because, without that admin password, what can you do?

Second EVERYTHING goes through the cloud. The only way I got video working was through the damn cloud, and back- I couldn't manually add anything to the account local.

Overall it's been a royal PITA. I would have returned it if I wasn't so stubborn.
Have you tried the default admin passwords?​
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