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So for all the discussion.....i want to replace my Arlo system at my home because they are a piece of shit company w garbage product that semi-works and a joke of a support system. I have 7 cameras total. How hard is it to run these cameras, etc other than the normal running a cable challenge?

Any better alternatives?
Going to cost a good bit more but I wouldn't install a coax system new today. I'd go with a POE IP (power over ethernet cabling) system. Finding a spot for the DVR central to run all the wiring out to the cameras and running said wires are really the only challenge with any wired system. I hate my ARLO system a lot less now that I upgraded to a newer base that still gets support and updates, but I have some POE cameras already waiting for me to crawl around in the attic and such to wire up.
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I'm reposting a previous post from a similar Laview sold by Newegg post:
.. I now order my security equipment through Nelly's Security, who I will say are fantastic.

When LaView as my primary supplier, I had several issues with my credit card accounts being compromised. After being reissued new credit cards several times after fraud detection, ..

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Indeed, C0FField has some great points.

A) Nelly's Security has a very good customer service reputation.
B) LaView's website was completely 0wn3d ( i.e. infected with CC hijacking software iirc ) for quite awhile and we posted that in numerous LaView threads. I do not recall anyone mentioning getting a notice from LaView on that. ( LaView is a smaller company.. so limited ability to handle info-sec - Newegg is significantly larger online profile so I believe they actually have an info-sec team - either way, as always do practice safe CCing )

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So for all the discussion.....i want to replace my Arlo system at my home because they are a piece of shit company w garbage product that semi-works and a joke of a support system. I have 7 cameras total. How hard is it to run these cameras, etc other than the normal running a cable challenge?

Any better alternatives?
Hi Sassan,

One of my first attempts to have a security camera setup was Arlo.

I ended up going with an wired IP PoE system for my core security camera setup. I'd recommend going that way if you own the property / or have permission to setup a wired setup and will be there for awhile.

You can then use the Arlo's to augment the wired kit.
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You won't be able to have a reolink nvr and amcrest cameras. If it has to be black cameras then I would go for the amcrest nvr as well.
Are you sure about that? I read in this Amazon review [amazon.com] that it should be possible, provided the cameras are ONVIF compliant, which I'm not sure the first cam I was looking at is but this one [amazon.com] does look to be.

I'm just hesitating going with Armcrest software because I know I like the Reolink app and Armcrest seems to have more complaints in reviews.
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With all of the above considered, if you're looking for a security camera system and your budget is $190 I would have a very difficult time finding you a better deal for a 4-camera system. Just keep in mind that you get what you pay for.
Thanks for the detailed posts. I love constantly learning about this stuff. I'm looking for a system with at least 2 wired black cameras that's preferably $400 or under. Do you have any recommendations?
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Thanks for the detailed posts. I love constantly learning about this stuff. I'm looking for a system with at least 2 wired black cameras that's preferably $400 or under. Do you have any recommendations?
Hi Paul

Decide what you want the cameras to functionally do for you.

Think of this along the lines of
"What vehicle should I buy?"

Answer will depend on what you functionally want the vehicle to do.

If you're not certain, and looking to learn I would recommend getting one good IP PoE varifocal camera and a small PoE switch and a long good quality cat5e/6 cable to play with.

If you are looking to get it for security / surveillance camera purposes, check out the ID distance listing and the various youtube video captures I've put in the following older thread:
https://slickdeals.net/e/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99
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So I got this system for $150 six yrs ago... LaView 4 Camera 960H Security System, 4 Channel 960H DVR w/500GB HDD and 4 600TVL Black Bullet Camera Surveillance Kit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GNK1...yFbKWAGB92
Could I replace the old dvr with this new one, using the same cables already installed to my 4 old cameras and just install the new cameras as well? The wd hdd had crashed a couple times over the years and I always wanted more cameras. Thx!
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Indeed, C0FField has some great points.
Hey thanks Mat! I always see your name popping up between security camera systems on here and ipcamtalk. Hit me up on my Facebook business page, search "Electric Eye Surveillance Solutions." I install these for a living and I like having people to bounce ideas off of. That's always the best way to learn. If you allow me to I can talk about this stuff for hours.

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Thanks for the detailed posts. I love constantly learning about this stuff. I'm looking for a system with at least 2 wired black cameras that's preferably $400 or under. Do you have any recommendations?
Nelly's Security has a side website called Nelly's Surplus where they clearance out a lot of their old stock. They currently have these 4MP domes in black for $60 each:
https://www.nellyssurplus.com/nc304-tdb-2-8.html

You would then need Hikvision OEM IP-based POE NVR, such as this:
https://www.nellyssecurity.com/ns...k-nvr.html
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So I got this system for $150 six yrs ago... LaView 4 Camera 960H Security System, 4 Channel 960H DVR w/500GB HDD and 4 600TVL Black Bullet Camera Surveillance Kit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GNK1...yFbKWAGB92
Could I replace the old dvr with this new one, using the same cables already installed to my 4 old cameras and just install the new cameras as well? The wd hdd had crashed a couple times over the years and I always wanted more cameras. Thx!
The system that is up for discussion in this thread as well as your old system both appear to be analog coax DVRs with BNC connections, so you should be able to just swap them out.
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Going to cost a good bit more but I wouldn't install a coax system new today. I'd go with a POE IP (power over ethernet cabling) system. Finding a spot for the DVR central to run all the wiring out to the cameras and running said wires are really the only challenge with any wired system. I hate my ARLO system a lot less now that I upgraded to a newer base that still gets support and updates, but I have some POE cameras already waiting for me to crawl around in the attic and such to wire up.
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Indeed, C0FField has some great points.

A) Nelly's Security has a very good customer service reputation.
B) LaView's website was completely 0wn3d ( i.e. infected with CC hijacking software iirc ) for quite awhile and we posted that in numerous LaView threads. I do not recall anyone mentioning getting a notice from LaView on that. ( LaView is a smaller company.. so limited ability to handle info-sec - Newegg is significantly larger online profile so I believe they actually have an info-sec team - either way, as always do practice safe CCing )


Hi Sassan,

One of my first attempts to have a security camera setup was Arlo.

I ended up going with an wired IP PoE system for my core security camera setup. I'd recommend going that way if you own the property / or have permission to setup a wired setup and will be there for awhile.

You can then use the Arlo's to augment the wired kit.



Thanks guys....yes, ready for PoE, just not sure which system to get. I would put the DVR either in the basement with a computer monitor or with the entertainment system for easy viewing.
Which system do you guys recommend?
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Thanks guys....yes, ready for PoE, just not sure which system to get. I would put the DVR either in the basement with a computer monitor or with the entertainment system for easy viewing.
Which system do you guys recommend?
Hi Sassan,

NVR for IP PoE setups.

If you have a decent PC already you can try it out with various VMS software and see if you like it.

A lot of members at ipcamtalk really like Blue Iris - and there is a demo version you can play with.

Mile Stone systems is also popular with a significant amount of folks, and both Dahua and Hikvision has VMS systems which are similar to the NVR interfaces iirc.

I'd start just with one camera and play around with one of the VMS systems on a PC and see what you like.

None of these products imho is perfect - so a bit of a compromise.
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