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Reolink 8CH PoE Security Camera System w/ 4x 5MP Cameras & 2TB HDD EXPIRED

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Reolink via Newegg has Reolink 8CH PoE Security Camera System w/ 4x 5MP Cameras & 2TB HDD (RLK8-410B4-5MP) on sale for $299.99. Shipping is free.

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  • 4x Bullet Cameras
  • HDD Capacity: 1x internal port, 1x external port, 4TB for each port (Support up to 8TB in total)
  • Camera Video Resolution: 2560x1920 (5.0 Megapixels) at 30 frames/sec
  • Camera Lens: f=4.0mm fixed; F=2.0, with IR-cut filter
  • Camera Field of View: Horizontal: 80°, Vertical: 58°
  • Camera Night Vision: 65-100', 18pcs IR LEDs
  • The PoE camera security system detects moving objects and triggers alerts
  • Remote access via Reolink App (iOS / Android) or via Computer (Windows / Mac)

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Newegg has Reolink 8CH 5MP PoE Home Security Camera System on sale for $299.99. Deal expires Sunday, July 18th

Reolink 8CH 5MP PoE Home Security Camera System, 4pcs Wired 5MP Outdoor PoE IP Cameras, 8MP/4K 8-Channel NVR with 2TB HDD for 24/7 Recording, RLK8-410B4-5MP - Newegg.com
Stunning HD Display: This security camera system displays in a 2560×1920 HD detailed image, providing users with crystal-clear footage both during the day and at night. Improved Night Vision delivers a flawless display for up to 100ft.
Plug and Play PoE System: Easy installation and set-up. After connecting the security cameras to the NVR ports, recording and live views can be seen within seconds via an HDMI monitor.
Stable Wiring and Digital Signal: A strong digital signal maintains a 5MP HD image via 330ft CAT6 or 270ft CAT5 ethernet cables. Users will never have to worry about signal degradation which usually happen on coaxial cable of DVR and analog cameras even within 100ft.
HDD Storage and Remote Playback: With pre-installed 2TB HDD, videos can be recorded and stored for ten days without overwriting occurring. The expandable storage of NVR up to 8TB at most.
Support 8 cameras recording with audio simultaneously (4 are included). NOTE: 2-year Warranty


https://www.newegg.com/reolink-rl...GU17GS4541
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jcwarped asked this question on 07-19-2021 at 10:07 AM
07-19-2021 at 10:07 AM
Yes it does.
nimagooy asked this question on 07-19-2021 at 10:07 AM
07-19-2021 at 10:07 AM
What are you trying to achieve? Just an overview of what's happening around your home? Either would suffice.

But if you are trying to be able to recognize people, or to read license plates, you need something better. And to do that at night? You need something a lot better
Look up dedicated forums like ipcmtalk or cctvforums.

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NE's customer service has been abysmal. Sometimes you get lucky and your product arrives perfectly, sometimes things come damaged or missing things or not at all and NE's response can be boiled down to "put an egg in your shoe, and beat it." Sometimes they recommend part combos/builds that aren't compatible and then tell you "we are not responsible for your failure to confirm that the parts would work together in the same PC" . . . because Yes when I buy a recommend list of parts to build a working PC I naturally assume that these parts are actually meant to be used in two separate PCs . . . .

For example, my friend bought a recertified monitor from NE directly (not a 3rd party seller which is a whole different problem). The description promises it will work and comes with monitor and power supply. When it arrives, there's no power supply, and it needs a weird one, not your standard 3 prong cord. NE insists that recertified monitors MAY NOT come with a power supply even though the description explicitly lists one.

Another example, a computer illiterate friend decided to buy a NE PC bundle that claims to have everything you need to build a PC. That bundle included a nice motherboard with an intel socket and an AMD CPU . . . one of these things is not like the other.


I will say, I've bought from them over the years and never had a problem, but I only buy new, use my Capital One, and do my research beforehand.
Same price directly form Reolink.

For those that choose not to support Newegg.

https://reolink.com/us/product/rlk8-410b4/
the RLK8-510B4-A for $30 more has person/vehicle detection that cut down on false alarm significantly:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08F5F69B8

Personally, I have a mix of Q-See and Reolink POE cameras over the years and just using ZoneMinder with zones and object detection (YOLOv4 with OpenCV), much more flexible and accurate, but it does require certain technical understanding.

EDIT: the Amazon link should have a $110 coupon, bringing the price down to $330 from $440.

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Great price and easy to install. Have these over a year now work great.
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I always wondering, do I have to connect the cameras directly to the NVR? Meaning, can I have a POE switch in the garage that connects to my router with my NVR connected directly to my router.

The bottom line is, will the NVR pick up the cameras on my network? If the POE cameras are not directly connected to the NVR?

Thanks SD community!
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I always wondering, do I have to connect the cameras directly to the NVR? Meaning, can I have a POE switch in the garage that connects to my router with my NVR connected directly to my router.

The bottom line is, will the NVR pick up the cameras on my network? If the POE cameras are not directly connected to the NVR?

Thanks SD community!
Yes, as long as they are on the same network.
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the RLK8-510B4-A for $30 more has person/vehicle detection that cut down on false alarm significantly:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08F5F69B8

Personally, I have a mix of Q-See and Reolink POE cameras over the years and just using ZoneMinder with zones and object detection (YOLOv4 with OpenCV), much more flexible and accurate, but it does require certain technical understanding.

EDIT: the Amazon link should have a $110 coupon, bringing the price down to $330 from $440.
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Same price directly form Reolink.

For those that choose not to support Newegg.

https://reolink.com/us/product/rlk8-410b4/
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Quote from sillyxone :
the RLK8-510B4-A for $30 more has person/vehicle detection that cut down on false alarm significantly:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08F5F69B8

Personally, I have a mix of Q-See and Reolink POE cameras over the years and just using ZoneMinder with zones and object detection (YOLOv4 with OpenCV), much more flexible and accurate, but it does require certain technical understanding.
It's actually 130 more right now considering the sale but those are nice extras to have when both are regular price.
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Is there a fast forward/rewind option when reviewing from your phone? I have a few random cameras around and it bugs me that I can't fast forward continuous playback until I get where I want. Maybe for a good system like this, I can overlook it. But I was just curious if anyone else has an opinion on the matter?
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It's actually 130 more right now considering the sale but those are nice extras to have when both are regular price.
There is a coupon you can apply by clicking. Brings it down to $330 for me.
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Have had this kit for 2.5 years. Added 2 domes, so running 6 cams total. Its been flawless. Also the mobile app works quite well.
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Can I use my dahua 4k cameras with this
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It's actually 130 more right now considering the sale but those are nice extras to have when both are regular price.

wait, you don't see the $110 coupon on the page? that makes it $440 - $110 = $330, see attached screenshot

or, it's $352 on Reolink site:
https://reolink.com/us/product/rlk8-510b4-a/
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There is a coupon you can apply by clicking. Brings it down to $330 for me.
Thanks, didn't see the coupon so I agree, 30 bucks more gives you some important upgrades 👍
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Is it worth getting 4K or is 5MP good enough?
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