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Q-See QCW4K1MCW-2 2-Pack 4K Wi-Fi Cube Cameras With Night Vision (White)
Q-See Model: QCW4K1MCW-2
Walmart # 578033562

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Dahua OEM
"4K" ( 8MP ) Wi-Fi Cube Cameras
WiFi camera w/ ethernet / RJ45 port
  • Technology: Wi-Fi
  • Resolution: 4K
  • Frame Rate: 4K (3840 x 2160) Up to 12 FPS
  • Memory Slot: Micro SD up to 128GB
  • Compatibility: iOS/Android/PC/Mac
  • Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or IFTTT
  • Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz
  • Focal length: 2.8mm
  • Night Vision Distance:10m
  • Video Compression: H.265, H.264
  • Interface Protocol: ONVIF S&G, CGI
  • Digital Zoom: 16X
  • Field of View: 137°
  • PIR Detection: Yes
  • Motion Detection: Yes
  • Power Supply: DC 12V 1A


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spec sheet:
https://qplus.dozuki.com/Document...oqhcu/.pdf

Image Sensor Size. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/2.5"
Megapixels (Digital). . . . . . . . . . . 8MP
Effective Pixels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3840 x 2160
Lens Size. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8mm Fixed Lens
Field of View. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137º

Two-way talk

ONVIF S&G, CGI

WiFi ( Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz ) + RJ45 Ethernet Port 1 x 100Mbps

Compatible Systems ... Q-see NVRs... ( as i believe it is a Dahua OEM product - should work with Dahua OEM NVRs - note you will need to sync the IP / port and user / passwords. )

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https://q-see.com/products/4k-wi-...-qcw4k1mcw
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What do u guys think of this camera? Good one for blue iris ?
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From google search on cost of cloud storage:

Q-See Management Team
If you want to purchase the cloud features it is $99.99/year for 10Day per month store or $199.99 for 30day per month storage. There is also per month which is $9.99/month for 10 days or $19.99/month for 30 days.

Seems kinda expensive, ?
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What do u guys think of this camera? Good one for blue iris ?
Hi spaceistheplace,

The specs say ONVIF - so yes, it should work with Blue Iris and other VMS software that does work with standards.

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From google search on cost of cloud storage:

Q-See Management Team
If you want to purchase the cloud features it is $99.99/year for 10Day per month store or $199.99 for 30day per month storage. There is also per month which is $9.99/month for 10 days or $19.99/month for 30 days.

Seems kinda expensive, ?
Hi Likeaw

I would use this as a on-premise storage camera. Not certain about their "cloud" details - if it is continuous recording - then the pricing seems more normal... still I like to avoid additional recurring fees as much as I can.

( should work well with Blue Iris VMS, Milestone VMS, Dahua OEM SmartPSS VMS, Dahua OEM NVRs, as well as other ONVIF NVRs and VMSes. )
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From google search on cost of cloud storage:

Q-See Management Team
If you want to purchase the cloud features it is $99.99/year for 10Day per month store or $199.99 for 30day per month storage. There is also per month which is $9.99/month for 10 days or $19.99/month for 30 days.

Seems kinda expensive, ?
Just buy some SD card and you don't need to pay for cloud storage.
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Hi spaceistheplace,

The specs say ONVIF - so yes, it should work with Blue Iris and other VMS software that does work with standards.



Hi Likeaw

I would use this as a on-premise storage camera. Not certain about their "cloud" details - if it is continuous recording - then the pricing seems more normal... still I like to avoid additional recurring fees as much as I can.

( should work well with Blue Iris VMS, Milestone VMS, Dahua OEM SmartPSS VMS, Dahua OEM NVRs, as well as other ONVIF NVRs and VMSes. )
Thanks for the info!

does this have POE?

what do you think of the image quality of these vs Amcrest ip2m-841 PTZ? any idea how the night vision is on these? i was going to use them in a garage and places like that​
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Thanks for the info!

does this have POE?

what do you think of the image quality of these vs Amcrest ip2m-841 PTZ? any idea how the night vision is on these? i was going to use them in a garage and places like that​
Hi space

No PoE - though you can get a splitter to run power to the camera with one cat5e/6 cable.

I am expecting this to perform similar to the 1/2.5" sensor 8MP cameras from Dahua. The specs did not state much more info on the sensor - so maybe this will perform like the 8MP LaView saturn / Amcrest 8MP cameras, also the 8MP 1/2.5" sensor cameras from Lorex

hmmm... I don't recall seeing any captures from this model.
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@mat2000 would this work without an NVR or blue Iris for motion alert notification alerts only?

I would insert a microsd, again only need motion alert notification for the time being. can you do live view?
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@mat2000 would this work without an NVR or blue Iris for motion alert notification alerts only?

I would insert a microsd, again only need motion alert notification for the time being. can you do live view?
Hi Zelo

I believe so. The Dahua IP PoE cameras are basically linux boxes with cameras and have the ability to be configured to send out alerts to email ( this does depend on your email provider - and can get tricky due to attempts to counter spammers... )

I suspect there may be other methods for sending alerts - though I have not looked into those.
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