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Reolink 5MP PoE IP Camera - RLC-410

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From my understanding, this product works with Blue Iris and other NVR software. It also has Reolink cloud and NAS support.

https://reolink.com/product/rlc-410/
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Anyone know if this camera's field of view would be adequate to attach under second story eave, so I can monitor a driveway that is 15-20ft away?
Hi MrThrifty,

In general a 2nd story eave is too high to mount cameras to getting meaningful ID info from close to the house.

Remember to test possible positions before drilling any holes...


Check the IPVM calculator, if you need to you can add this info from the Specs:

Effective Pixels
2560x1920 (5.0 Megapixels)
Angle of View
Horizontal: 80°, Vertical: 58°

update: fyi - equation in the cliff notes at ipcamtalk to calculate "ID distance" that is to the 100ppf density range.
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Big FYI!!!

Yes the payment is processed through PayPal, and yes it ships from a US warehouse, but the charge comes from Reolink Hong Kong (thus the reason there are no taxes on your purchase). You will get assessed an international transaction fee (if your card isn't fee free).
Dang. Forgot about this and probably just cost myself an extra fee.

Thanks for the heads up though!
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this can be powered without PoE, but you have to buy a separate DC converter, as it does NOT come with one
it wont connect to internet without poe, right?
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HI Kevin,

The issue is that Arlo and other cloud cameras do not expose an rtsp stream to your LAN.

Blue Iris and other VMS software tend to follow well established open IP standards.



Hi jaculop

Try sandwiching a wood section between the metal and camera. See if that dampens the issue.
Yes, but Alexey has had seemingly no difficulty adding support for almost every cloud camera over the past year. I don't know but have assumed that Alexey is a one man show developing TinyCam.

I have tried my wyzecams with the RTSP firmware but find it to be unreliable, frequently drops video. TinyCam recovers better than BlueIris.

Quite frustrated with the state of smart home / security cameras these days.
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Yes, but Alexey has had seemingly no difficulty adding support for almost every cloud camera over the past year. I don't know but have assumed that Alexey is a one man show developing TinyCam.

I have tried my wyzecams with the RTSP firmware but find it to be unreliable, frequently drops video. TinyCam recovers better than BlueIris.

Quite frustrated with the state of smart home / security cameras these days.
Hi Kevin

One needs to be able to get a video stream from the camera.. cloud cameras do what they can to lock you into their cloud services...
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Got one! Thanks!
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Is there a NVR that works with these, has an app, motion alerts, records 24/7, and supports additional wifi cameras?

I have a zmodo NVR for last 3 years has all of this and has been working great until. recently 3 of the 8 cams have died.

looking for replacements
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Cool, I'll buy one for my front doorway.

I have reolinks's older dome camera (RLC-420) mounted in the front corner of my house. I know when I bought it a lot of people were saying these Chinese cameras maybe phoning home, sending a lot of uninitiated information over their networks.

In order to avoid that and extra costs, I do not use an NVR or their cloud, instead I have a small server running Ubuntu Linux that I put a 4TB WD purple drive in.

I setup the camera with no WAN access, instead it records over FTP to the server. If I want to live view, I have to VPN into my network. Otherwise the data will just be archived on a drive locally.

Unrelated, but I also added one of their PTZ cameras (E1 pro) which is non PoE, WiFi only. I don't have this one setup to record at all, instead I only turn on when I leave the dogs at home (crated) only to keep an eye on them.

Last note, reolink's desktop client software is pretty crappy. The motion is pretty bad but I hear pretty much all of these have issues with light/shadows so I'm not sweating it. I did use it to configure the first but now i dont even have it installed. Their mobile app on android isn't bad at all and I use it to live view the dog cam or the front camera (through a vpn).
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Dang. Forgot about this and probably just cost myself an extra fee.

Thanks for the heads up though!
Welcome to the club. My 3.3% (extra 10% on top of the 3% for having $1500 in a checking account) online cash back was wiped out by the 3% international transaction fee on my Bank of America card.
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Is there a NVR that works with these, has an app, motion alerts, records 24/7, and supports additional wifi cameras?

I have a zmodo NVR for last 3 years has all of this and has been working great until. recently 3 of the 8 cams have died.

looking for replacements
Hi Spider210,

Zmodo is absolutely fraudulent on their described "POE" products - they do not meet PoE standards other than having an RJ45 connector.

You will need to toss all your Zmodo / Funlux products - including the cables - and start from scratch.
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Hi Spider210,

Zmodo is absolutely fraudulent on their described "POE" products - they do not meet PoE standards other than having an RJ45 connector.

You will need to toss all your Zmodo / Funlux products - including the cables - and start from scratch.
Absolutely would, thats why I'm asking for recommendations on a compatible NRV for these cameras that also support future reolink cameras
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Thanks, in for one to test out. Would like to get away from Arlo & Wyze eventually but haven't pulled cable yet. I bought a similar Amcrest but not real impressed with video quality.

I found BlueIris deal while back so I have tried that out but it doesn't support Arlo & Wyze. BI has tons of configuration options to keep you tweaking settings for days and days. 5MP cameras increase CPU usage noticeably.

Currently running TinyCamPro app in AndroidX86 VM on my main PC for monitoring video.
Wyze will work with Blue Iris. Just have to install the RTSP firmware
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Absolutely would, thats why I'm asking for recommendations on a compatible NRV for these cameras that also support future reolink cameras
Hi Spider210

For the best results:

Use the same OEM for the NVR and Cameras.

If a camera meets IP standards well like ONVIF / rtsp you can also use VMS software like Blue Iris, Milestone,.. etc. Some Reolink cameras do not meet ONVIF / rtsp specs, and in general all Reolink cameras are not fully compliant with issues reported on inability to have iframes properly working ( critical for Blue Iris direct to disk options as I understand it from the Blue Iris fans at ipcamtalk )

Many here on SDs have combined Blue Iris and Reolink cameras, my guess is that they are not doing direct to disk and / or seem to be ok with the issues of image "ripping" / grey screens at times when using Reolink cameras with Blue Iris.

Thus - for Reolink cameras get the Reolink NVR. Note - going the Reolink only option reduces the selection of cameras you can pick from. ( another reason I would go Hikvision or Dahua.. )
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i just bought this camera on newegg for $42 just the day before this deal comes up...and return shipping will cost $12.

that means i cannot cancel/refund the order...
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For where reason I just got 2 for $64
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