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Amcrest bundles their NVRs and cameras in a wide range of combinations, so you are sure to find a kit that matches your exact needs. The NVR in this kit is a 4 channel affair which can record all the channels simultaneously at up to 1080p. It can also do motion detection on all the channels and send email alerts. One thing I really like about Amcrest is that they do not try to lock down their products and trap you in their ecosystem. Since the NVR supports the ONVIF standard, you can add any 3rd party camera from manufacturers like Hikvision, Dahua, Sony, Vivotek, and even Foscam Amcrest’s nemesis whom they had a falling out with and the reason for the Amcrest brand being created. The camera included in this kit appears to be the IP2M 842EB model, which can also be purchased separately.

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I believe its great value though as most people can do just fine with 1080p resolution. What is more important is that it supports advanced motion detection algorithms to cut down on false alerts. Besides you can always add more higher resolution cameras as 4 PoE ports are available for further expansion. Although it come with only 1 hard drive, you can add up to 4 in total for an amazing level of redundancy. You can even specify which cameras should be recorded on each disk – that is a degree of fine tuning that you cannot get in lesser models. I am not as happy about the lack of 4K output, especially as the NVR supports cameras of up to 6MP. PROS:Good image quality with 1080p camerasWide 3rd party camera support through ONVIF standardIR LEDs provide night vision capabilityVery good value for moneyCan record simultaneously to more than one hard drive for redundant storageUSB Backup featureLaView will customise the kit to your exact needsCONS:NVR HDMI output is only 1080p, no 4K on offer hereNitpicking here really but the cameras are only 2MP. Check Price on AmazonBack to comparison tableBest High end 16 ch NVR Kit: LaView 6MP 16 channel NVR Kit with 16x 4MP PoE cameras and 2 hard drives 5TB LaView LV KNY49E616W4D48 T6NVR Features16 channel recording @ 4MP supportedPoE enabled1x3TB and 1x2TB hard drives included, max. possible are 4x6TB hard drivesAdvanced motion detection with email alerts, push notificationsRemote smartphone accessONVIF support allows you to connect 3rd party camerasIP Camera Features IP2M 842EB8x domes and 8x bullets4MP CMOS image sensor2. 8mm domes and 4mm bullets30m IR range, true IR cut filterRJ45 PoE portsIP 66 Weather ratedRead Amazon user reviews If you are after the ‘Best of the Best’ Easy DIY NVR kits, look no further. This is it – in a convenient kit that has 8 domes and 8 bullet style cameras.

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But the process of making these changes can cause inherent safety risks. Your walls are being torn down and your property is being swarmed with strangers each day. That’s why adding security cameras during construction, or re positioning your current ones to monitor the work area, can be very helpful. Here are 7 reasons you should use surveillance cameras during construction. Finding safety issues Reviewing the surveillance footage from the construction area can help you identify safety weak points caused by the work. If there is a massive hole in the wall facing the street, that can be an enticing entryway for potential burglars. Ask workers to cover this hole up at the end of each day, and arm that area with extra motion sensor alarms and lights. Monitoring entryways While… Read moreOnline shopping makes buying holiday gifts so much more convenient. You don’t need to struggle through the mall crowds, stand in line to check out, or deal with pushy retail associates. Plus, when you online shop, you can easily check multiple sites to compare prices and find coupon codes. The one issue with this otherwise simple way to shop is this: rather than you personally bringing your purchases home, UPS, FedEx, or another delivery company does it for you.

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