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Topic # 223968 26-Oct-2017 12:16
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These are advertised as HD at 720p.  Is that good enough?

 

It seems like a bargain but why has the price come down $500?  Looks like something is wrong.

 

I was just looking for an NVR and ran into this ad.  

 

Could I use it's NVR for my own cameras?  One Dahua 5431  and two Foscams.

 

https://www.jaycar.com.au/4-channel-network-video-recorder-nvr-with-4-x-720p-hd-cameras/p/QV3012

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1889807 26-Oct-2017 13:00
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It says it's a discontinued product. Personally I wouldn't even pay $327 for it as it's a pretty low spec product.

 

As to whether you can connect other cameras I don't think that's something anybody could answer. The answer is maybe.

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1889843 26-Oct-2017 14:55
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okay, thanks.  i'll steer clear.  :)


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