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Costco - Lorex 4K UHD 8-channel Fusion NVR Security System with 8 Smart Deterrence 4K Cameras Valid 8/4/21 – 8/29/21 $649.99

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Costco - Lorex 4K UHD 8-channel Fusion NVR Security System with 8 Smart Deterrence 4K Cameras

Original Price: $799.99
Sale Price Valid 8/4/21 – 8/29/21: $649.99

Item: 1541348
Model: TN84428AF8SK-E

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Features:
  • 8 - Channel 4K Ultra HD NVR with 2TB HDD
  • 8 - 4K UHD Smart Deterrence Cameras (Warning Light + Siren)
  • Smart (Person and Vehicle or Face) Motion Detection Plus
  • Smart Home Compatibility
  • Local Storage with no Hidden Cloud Fees

What's In The Box:
  • 1 × 4K NVR with pre-installed 2TB HDD
  • 8 × 4K Smart Deterrence Cameras
  • 8 × 60ft/18m Cat5e UL Ethernet cables
  • 8 × Mounting Kits
  • 1 × HDMI Cable
  • 1 × Ethernet Cable
  • 1 × NVR Power Adapter
  • 1 × Sensor Kit, which includes:
  • 1 × Motion Sensor
  • 2 × Door/Window Sensors
  • 1 × Sensor Hub

System Specifications:
  • Channels: 8
  • Cameras: 8 × 4K Smart Active Deterrence Cameras
  • Resolution: 4K (8MP) Ultra High Definition
  • Hard Drive: 2TB security-grade 100% duty cycle hard drive
  • Camera Connectivity: Wired - Cameras require a wired connection to compatible NVR10
  • Image Sensor Type: 4K (8MP), 1/2.8" CMOS
  • Viewing Angle: 108° Field of View
  • Color Night Vision™: Yes
  • Night Vision: Long-range up to 150ft (45m) with ambient lighting, 98ft (30m) in complete darkness
  • 2-Way Talk11: Yes
  • Safeguard13 : Yes
  • Indoor or Outdoor Use: Weatherproof IP67 rated12 cameras for indoor or outdoor installation
  • Maximum Operating Temperature:
  • NVR: 14° ~ 131°F / -10° ~ 55°C
  • Camera: -22◦F ~ 140◦F /-30◦C ~ 60◦C
  • Sensor Hub: 14°F ~ 131°F / -10°C ~ 55°C
  • Entry Sensors: 14°F ~ 113°F / -10°C ~ 45°C
  • Warranty: 1 year manufacturer warranty

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I have had this system for about 6 months with no complaints. Added the 2K doorbell and have 360 degree view of my property. No cloud fees and can rewind for about 14 days.
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I have had this system for about 6 months with no complaints. Added the 2K doorbell and have 360 degree view of my property. No cloud fees and can rewind for about 14 days.
I am considering upgrading from 1080 set. Does it still trigger motion detection event when each camera goes from daytime to night mode?
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I am considering upgrading from 1080 set. Does it still trigger motion detection event when each camera goes from daytime to night mode?
Unfortunately, yes. Good point.
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Looks like the box has incorrect labeling only 60" cables instead of 100" listed.
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A few specs from the spec sheet:
https://www.lorextechnology.com/d...eet_R1.pdf

Product Specifications

Image Sensor 8MP/4K 1/2.8" CMOS
Video Format NTSC
Video Compression H.265/H.264H (Main Stream & Sub Stream)

Viewing Angle
(Horizontal)
108°
Lens/Lens type 2.8mm F2.0/ Fixed
Video Output
Resolution/Frame rate 4K(8MP)@15fps, 5MP@30fps, 1080p@30fps, 720p@30fps

Effective Pixels H:3840 x V:2160
HDR Yes
Termination RJ45

Audio
Microphone/Speaker Yes/Yes
Siren Yes (Siren sound options available)
Two-way Talk Yes

Active Deterrence Yes - Warning Light + Siren + Two-way
Talk
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These are considerably down-spec'd from previous generations, if we're going by the image sensor. The "security system" bits for the windows/doors and motion sensor need to be rebooted about every week, as they become non-functional.

Bench test your set for at least a week, a month is better. These cameras have had serious QC issues since their introduction. It took me three sets and two returns to cobble together a fully functional kit.

The NVR is much quieter than previous generations, but the "fusion" feature (wired and wireless capability) is useless if you use all 8 cams. It will only use 8 total channels, wired or wireless.

The resolution is decent during live view, and the night vision is decent, but the newer sensors don't have the distance the old sensors did. There's also considerable latency with the two-way talk.

Its a great kit for the price, fantastic value overall, just know you're making serious compromises everywhere.
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I am considering upgrading from 1080 set. Does it still trigger motion detection event when each camera goes from daytime to night mode?
Yes. Especially since it usually triggers the built-in lights.
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These are considerably down-spec'd from previous generations, if we're going by the image sensor. The "security system" bits for the windows/doors and motion sensor need to be rebooted about every week, as they become non-functional.

Bench test your set for at least a week, a month is better. These cameras have had serious QC issues since their introduction. It took me three sets and two returns to cobble together a fully functional kit.

The NVR is much quieter than previous generations, but the "fusion" feature (wired and wireless capability) is useless if you use all 8 cams. It will only use 8 total channels, wired or wireless.

The resolution is decent during live view, and the night vision is decent, but the newer sensors don't have the distance the old sensors did. There's also considerable latency with the two-way talk.

Its a great kit for the price, fantastic value overall, just know you're making serious compromises everywhere.
Great feedback.
I agree. I think this is a great kit for indoors (Less light changes etc) but for outdoors it struggles on distance, clarity and consistency. As my dad once said.. "Dont cheap out on security things like guns, condoms and door locks.."
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Looks interesting. Might be time to upgrade my old LaView cameras with something a little more modern.
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Here is a review video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aATsrhDlUU

Any better alternatives to this camera set?
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Quote from palindrome :
Here is a review video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aATsrhDlUU

Any better alternatives to this camera set?
I can't tell if you can stream all 8 cameras at the same time on the phone app. By any chance, do you know the answer for it?
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Quote from mat2000 :
A few specs from the spec sheet:
https://www.lorextechnology.com/d...eet_R1.pdf

Product Specifications

Image Sensor 8MP/4K 1/2.8" CMOS
Video Format NTSC
Video Compression H.265/H.264H (Main Stream & Sub Stream)

Viewing Angle
(Horizontal)
108°
Lens/Lens type 2.8mm F2.0/ Fixed
Video Output
Resolution/Frame rate 4K(8MP)@15fps, 5MP@30fps, 1080p@30fps, 720p@30fps

Effective Pixels H:3840 x V:2160
HDR Yes
Termination RJ45

Audio
Microphone/Speaker Yes/Yes
Siren Yes (Siren sound options available)
Two-way Talk Yes

Active Deterrence Yes - Warning Light + Siren + Two-way
Talk
Hi Matt, is this a good system or any other suggestions.
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Hi Matt, is this a good system or any other suggestions.
Depends on what you want to do.
  • Do you want a system that will show you a car moving on the road, and people walking on the sidewalk, and their dog pooping on the yard? yeah, this will do.
  • Do you want to be able to recognize the person or read the license plate by reviewing the video? No - you will need something considerably better.
Also, consider where the camera will be mounted. If you mount it 11 ft above the ground, you will likely not see the face of anyone in your frontyard.
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Quote from jj14 :
Depends on what you want to do.
  • Do you want a system that will show you a car moving on the road, and people walking on the sidewalk, and their dog pooping on the yard? yeah, this will do.
  • Do you want to be able to recognize the person or read the license plate by reviewing the video? No - you will need something considerably better.
Also, consider where the camera will be mounted. If you mount it 11 ft above the ground, you will likely not see the face of anyone in your frontyard.
Looking for something to view the face of the person.
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