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Easy to setup and has a decent picture in daylight. Decent night vision range also.

- Dyueyts

I bought this 8 channel system in order to buy more cameras.The cameras that come in the package are great for up close to about 45' away as far as making out details in the dask,I am very happy with the unit. I have already ordered more cameras to go along with this setup that are better because I need to see farther away. They did every thing remotely and I am very happy with there customer service.

- Guoliang

I processed this nice security system a while ago and it works really well,is really easy to set it up,instruction is really understandable and I can also see my cam on the phone.Is a really good way to be protected cuz you can see who's outside withbout opening the door and you can also talk and be heard by the person from outside the door withbout opening the door to strangers.Im really happy with this system.

- Akilies

The DVR unit is good looking, and all the controls are accessible via the local network or internet. Build quality is good, and the unit is silent.

- Uytdft

Good wireless camera item, a little expensive for what it is.Can connect wirelessly,and be monitored from an iPod, iPhone or PC via the internet.

- Uyelius

Advice on Choosing a Right CCTV Camera


When facing too many choices, how to choose the right one will be a problem. But don’t worry; here are the main questions you can ask yourself when choosing the best suitable CCTV cameras for your home or business video surveillance system.


1. Where are you going to mount the security cameras or how many channels of home security camera DVR will you choose?


Then the answer can help you decide to choose how many cameras you have to buy. Choosing the appropriate location to install a security camera is vital to successfully deter intruders. The homeowner needs to assess the property to determine what type of surveillance cameras is required. Standard concerns include: entrances, exits, people who regularly visit, and the time of day and night visitors and family members come to the home. A homeowner also needs to decide if they want the security camera hidden or on display to discourage an entry attempt.


2. How long is the visible and night vision distance?


Usually, the visible distance of cameras can be up to 50’, 80’, 135’, etc.


3. How much the viewing angle?


Most video surveillance cameras are installed in one location permanently. For this case, fixed-focus lenses are the most cost-effective. If you want to be able to move your camera, variable focus lenses are adjustable, letting you change your field of view when you adjust the security camera. If you want to be able to move the camera remotely, you'll need a pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) camera. On the other side, the price is much higher than the standard ones.


4. How much details of the security cameras image?


Of course, the resolutions of the Security Cameras are very important too. Generally speaking, 380TVL is low-end, 420TVL/480TVL is good for security work, and 540TVL or above is very high resolution. If you're going to want to see more detailed image, upgrading to a higher resolution CCTV camera is a good choice.

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