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***DEAD*** Reolink Christmas Sale - Up to 30% off IP Camera Products w/Free Shipping - Starting at $59.50.

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Reolink Christmas Sale. [reolink.com]

These are great affordable IP Camera's for home security. Some with built in SD cards. They're frequently releasing new firmware updates and software updates for their Network Surveillance software.

Up to 30% off their products w/Free shipping. Shopping Link [reolink.com].

RLC-410S [reolink.com] - $59.50
RLC-411WS [reolink.com] - $104.00
RLC-423 [reolink.com] - $200.00
and more... [reolink.com]


***Christmas Gift offer for $50 Dead as of 12/23.***
They also have a Christmas Secret Gift [reolink.com] available for $50, over a $70 value randomly selected from their catalog, I guess you could potentially get one of their DVR/Camera kits that retail for several hundred dollars.


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Promotion 1: Save Up to 30% on Reolink Security Cameras and Systems

During the season of giving, Reolink is offering a big discount up to 30% to RLC-410S, a 4MP PoE security camera with built-in 16GB Micro SD card, for US customers. More Reolink home security cameras, and NVR kits listed below can also be available at its official store for customers worldwide with a 20% discount:

RLC-410 – Most popular 4MP HD PoE outdoor IP camera, with 100ft night vision, and audio recording.
RLC-423 – A 4MP PTZ security camera for 24/7 surveillance, featuring super long night vision distance of 190ft, and leaving no blind spots.
RLC-410WS – A 4MP wireless security IP camera, with dual-band WiFi and a built-in 16GB Micro SD card.
RLC-411WS – Best 4MP 4X optical zoom wireless security IP camera for indoor and outdoor use.
RLK8-410B4 – Most stable 1440p PoE security video system, with 2TB HDD 8-Channel NVR for 24/7 recording.
RLK4-210WB2 – Easiest wireless 1080p NVR security system, with 1TB HDD 4-channel NVR for 24/7 recording.

Promotion 2: Spend Only $50 to Get a Camera Worth More Than $70

Another Christmas special offer is that all customers can get a secret Christmas gift (limited stock) with only $50. This Christmas gift is randomly selected from all Reolink PoE and wireless security cameras, which is worth more than $70. For more detailed information about this special offer, please visit https://reolink.com/product/chris...cret-gift/.

Promotion 3: Win a Free Reolink C2 Security IP Camera

Apart from the generous Christmas discount mentioned above, Reolink also provides a giveaway plan for its latest and competitive camera – C2. Reolink C2 1440p PTZ wireless indoor camera, with 2.4/5 GHz dual-band WiFi and 2T2R MIMO antennas, two-way audio, is the top choice to keep family and property safe. Now anyone can join in the Reolink superb contest, and win a C2 (worth $99.99) for 100% free. Learn more info at https://gleam.io/wlWan/reolink-giveaway-plan.
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I've been running Reolink cameras off this PoE switch for about a year, it's a very nice switch as well.

BV-Tech POE-SW501 BV TECH 10/100Mbps 4 Port & 1 Uplink PoE Switch [amazon.com]
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Props for reolink cameras. I actually meant to post this yesterday but forgot.
The RLC410 cameras are excellent.
Just ordered 2 of the surprises because they were sold out the other day. Thanks so much!!
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is it free shipping?
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is it free shipping?
Yes it's free.
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how are the wifi cameras? i bought a fdt on amazon, total junk
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out of stock
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Thanks! I ordered a couple of their 4MP POE cameras... Well worth the $59 price! Rep'd.
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lots of issues using these with BlueIris apparently. Reolink refuses to update the firmware to fix a simple issue.

https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/reo...ple.14656/
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I've had the RLC-410 for over a year, and very happy with it. Been rock solid since I first set it up. I don't need an elaborate system, and I just use their own proprietary software. I think it works well enough for just keeping a remote eye on my dogs in an outdoor dog run while I'm away.

I want to add a 410WS to my set-up to get an eye on the other side of the house for non-puppy-related purposes. Only problem is, in a state of impulsiveness I hit buybuybuy on the 410S without thinking about my house layout. Realized too late that running POE cables to reach might be challenging, so I'm trying to cancel or update the existing order. Hope their support is good/fast.
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lots of issues using these with BlueIris apparently. Reolink refuses to update the firmware to fix a simple issue.

https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/reo...ple.14656/
I'm relatively new to that site....are we sure that info is credible? Seems like that poster is trying to promote the other camera for whatever reason.
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Been using Reolink for over a year now. I've bought so many that Amazon thinks it's a "monthly purchase" on the emails they're sending me to stock up now. Too bad the Christmas secret gift is already out of stock, I would have bought one of them.
When I bought one of my first ones I did a teardown review (which Amazon deleted) and found it to be great quality. The SD card versions just have a SD card slot with a generic card inside. Maybe you can increase the size, but it might be fixed in firmware (didn't try). They do run a bit hot, and I wish they would have put more than a heatsink on the main IC which doesn't attach to the body of the camera (so it just acts like a heater in the middle of the camera), but they've survived the Texas heat so far.
I've been using a Dahua NVR with them with no problem, and they are one of the few cameras I've found that actually has ONVIF security working correctly. There are number of cameras out there that appear to have a user/password implemented, but you can use OpenONVIF software to change whatever settings (and create additional admin accounts) without even logging in. Reolink also had this problem until I notified them and they appear to have patched it the last time I tested (which is awhile ago now). They also went away from ActiveX plugin a few updates ago, so now you aren't stuck using IE to login to them.
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I just got this system from Newegg for $430: LaView LV-KNT984A42W4 4MP zoom HD 8 Channel NVR PoE IP Security System, with 2pcs 4MP (2688 x 1520p) and 4pcs 2MP (1920 x 1080p) Bullet Camera (No HDD Included) , http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...81-183-089

literally just had cables run tonight to install the 6 cameras that came with. Ordered 2 of the reolink 410s. I want to compare it with these cameras and see how they stack up. This will now finish my 8 camera NVR system. Between these and the Ring door bell and Kuna security light, I now have 10 cameras around the outside of the house.
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lots of issues using these with BlueIris apparently. Reolink refuses to update the firmware to fix a simple issue.

https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/reo...ple.14656/
I've been running blue iris with reolinks 410 and 420 cameras most of the year. I've had no issues with 2 of my three cameras. My newest will occasionally get a no signal error but I can access via reolink PC app no problem. I've messed with some settings and so far so good. Overall for the price, I can't complain about zero problems 2/3 and right now what seems to be fixed for my third one.

Then again, I am not fluent enough in the cameras to understand the problem with iframe pieces.
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lots of issues using these with BlueIris apparently. Reolink refuses to update the firmware to fix a simple issue.

https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/reo...ple.14656/
Hmm guess I'm not buying these since I use Blue Iris.
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