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Security King ( Dahua OEM ) varifocal / motorized 2.7-13mm 2MP IP PoE bullet security camera $143.96

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Security King Elite 2MP Motorized 2.7-13.5mm IP Network IR Bullet
IPOB-ELS2IRZA-EP
$199.95 $159.96
BF deal, 10% additional off w/code 2019BLACK10 = $143.96 ( free shipping )

Dahua OEM w/IVS features.

Megapixels: 2MP
Image Sensor: 1/2.8 inch 2MP progressive scan CMOS
Lens: 2.7-13.5mm Fixed Lens
Minimum Illumination: 0.006Lux/F1.4 ( Color,1/3s,30IRE)
LEDs: 4
IR Distance: 164 feet
OSD N/A
Protocol: ONVIF, PSIA, CGI
Operating Temperature: -22° F ~ +140° F / Less than 95% RH
Dimension: 10.76in x 3.74in x 3.74in
Power: DC12V, PoE (802.3af) (Class 0)

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spec sheet:
https://www.securitycameraking.co...RZA-EP.pdf

This camera should correspond to a Dahua OEM IPC-HFW52xx

This would be good to keep an eye on your mailbox adjacent to the street, or parked car on the street, or the start of many driveways. The varifocal allows you to customize the FOV / "zoom" to get a good pixel density where you need it.
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I need at least 4MP camera
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I need at least 4MP camera
Hi USMCR

Why?

So some 4MP cameras have 1/3' sensors and do very poorly in low light conditions, some of the newer Dahua starlight+ 4MP models are very good and naturally will run a bit more. So just stating you need 4MP does not mean you get a better image under some conditions.

For example:
https://www.amazon.com/Loryta-IPC...ast_bbp_dp
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Any good dahua wifi cams with SD card optio
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Any good dahua wifi cams with SD card optio
Hi Balayya

I haven't seen a lot of wifi camera deals yet... looks like a number of good IP PoE deals
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Hi Balayya

I haven't seen a lot of wifi camera deals yet... looks like a number of good IP PoE deals
Any other brands with good ratings for wifi and SD options?
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Any other brands with good ratings for wifi and SD options?
Hi Balayya

good reliable WiFi security cameras can be challenging... are you certain you can't run a cat5e/6 cable to the location?
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looks like branded version of IPC-HFW5231E-ZЕ
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spec sheet:
https://www.securitycameraking.co...RZA-EP.pdf

This camera should correspond to a Dahua OEM IPC-HFW52xx

This would be good to keep an eye on your mailbox adjacent to the street, or parked car on the street, or the start of many driveways. The varifocal allows you to customize the FOV / "zoom" to get a good pixel density where you need it.
Not a starlight, right?
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mat200, what would be a good Dahua NVR to go with these cameras? I am interested in using the IVS function.

I'm only looking at 4 cameras total, so I know you will probably recommend a 8-camera NVR.
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looks like branded version of IPC-HFW5231E-ZЕ
Thanks ahtoh. ( repped btw )

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Not a starlight, right?
Hi MrMonopoly

It is a starlight, should work fairly well. The newer starlight+ models may work better, however at this price point imho it looks like a good value.

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mat200, what would be a good Dahua NVR to go with these cameras? I am interested in using the IVS function.

I'm only looking at 4 cameras total, so I know you will probably recommend a 8-camera NVR.
Hi NYIslandersGone

I have not really seen many deals on NVRs by themselves - and not so much on a Dahua OEM NVR w/IVS.

The one I have I ordered from Andy:
https://www.amazon.com/EmpireTech...07BKV7Z97/

there is also a 8 port version
https://www.amazon.com/Loryta-NVR...07WR7VGBC/

Speco had a deal on a 8 port PoE NVR - however no IVS

LaView's Saturn line of NVRs should include IVS ( the kits state IVS supported ... though I did not see much on the spec sheets.. maybe I am reading the spec sheet incorrectly ... )

Another option is running the Dahua OEM VMS SmartPSS software on a PC ( windows ) and getting a good poe switch. Used HP or Dell business class machines work well - I'd get a i5/i7 4th gen+ as that imho seems to be a good value point right now..
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Thanks ahtoh. ( repped btw )



Hi MrMonopoly

It is a starlight, should work fairly well. The newer starlight+ models may work better, however at this price point imho it looks like a good value.



Hi NYIslandersGone

I have not really seen many deals on NVRs by themselves - and not so much on a Dahua OEM NVR w/IVS.

The one I have I ordered from Andy:
https://www.amazon.com/EmpireTech...07BKV7Z97/

there is also a 8 port version
https://www.amazon.com/Loryta-NVR...07WR7VGBC/

Speco had a deal on a 8 port PoE NVR - however no IVS

LaView's Saturn line of NVRs should include IVS ( the kits state IVS supported ... though I did not see much on the spec sheets.. maybe I am reading the spec sheet incorrectly ... )

Another option is running the Dahua OEM VMS SmartPSS software on a PC ( windows ) and getting a good poe switch. Used HP or Dell business class machines work well - I'd get a i5/i7 4th gen+ as that imho seems to be a good value point right now..
Why are you going with an NVR over Blue Iris?
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Why are you going with an NVR over Blue Iris?
Hi MrMonopoly,

I went with a NVR because I needed to get my system up ASAP due to delinquents and could not wait for a decent i5/i7 deal as well as a decent IP PoE switch deal. So really for me it was a question of getting the kit up and operational quickly. ( still took time to run the cables.. )

If you have time I would try out the Dahua SmartPSS software if you have Dahua cameras, the Hikvision IVS-4200 software if you have Hiks, .. and if you have a mix Blue Iris, Milestone,...

Each one is a bit different, and there are pros and cons to each. Blue Iris has a strong fan base at ipcamtalk - so lots of DIY support there if needed.
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Hi MrMonopoly,

I went with a NVR because I needed to get my system up ASAP due to delinquents and could not wait for a decent i5/i7 deal as well as a decent IP PoE switch deal. So really for me it was a question of getting the kit up and operational quickly. ( still took time to run the cables.. )

If you have time I would try out the Dahua SmartPSS software if you have Dahua cameras, the Hikvision IVS-4200 software if you have Hiks, .. and if you have a mix Blue Iris, Milestone,...

Each one is a bit different, and there are pros and cons to each. Blue Iris has a strong fan base at ipcamtalk - so lots of DIY support their if needed.
Gotcha. I use BI and I'm happy with it. Hope you stop those delinquents! Post footage on the forum if you ever catch them on video.
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