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xbmcnut

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#250742 23-May-2019 17:27
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Purchased these for my house but ended up needing Hikvision as they natively integrate into Home Assistant. The picture on these is stunning though. Buy all four or one, you choose.

 

  • High-performance 6 megapixel 1/2.9 inch CMOS image sensor, low illumination effect, high image clarity
  • Maximum output of 6 million (3072x2048) @ 20fps
  • Support Smart H.265 / H.264H intelligent coding, ROI area enhancement, SVC adaptive coding for different bandwidth and storage environment
  • Maximum IR monitoring distance of 50 meters, supports SmartIR, infrared near and far fill light and picture uniformity
  • Support corridor mode, wide dynamic, 3D noise reduction, light suppression, backlight compensation, digital watermarking, for different monitoring environment
  • Supports multiple abnormalities detection, no SD card, insufficient SD card space, SD card error, network disconnection, IP conflict, illegal access, voltage detection
  • Support for multiple intelligent functions, regional invasion, trip wire invasion, items left, items moving, scene changes, false detection, face detection, audio anomaly detection
  • Support up to 128G Micro SD card
  • Support DC12V / POE power supply, wide-voltage design
  • Support IP67, IK10 protection class, anti-surge, anti-static, lightning protection design
  • 2.7 mm ~ 13.5 mm Electric Zoom Lens

Looking for around $110 ea. These are new in the box. Only put one up to test. Work well with Synology Surveillance Station.

 

 

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xbmcnut

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  #2260537 18-Jun-2019 21:38
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Any offers?





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  #2260542 18-Jun-2019 21:51
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Indoor only or ok outdoors?




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  #2260605 18-Jun-2019 23:43
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Both




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  #2260630 19-Jun-2019 07:20
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Are these still available? 

 

Where are you based? 

 

I might take two... 


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  #2260636 19-Jun-2019 07:37
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Hi, does it come with PoE adapter/power supply?


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  #2260637 19-Jun-2019 07:39
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Might be interested in one. Where are you? How much for shipping?




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  #2260655 19-Jun-2019 08:43
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I might be interested in two.




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  #2260662 19-Jun-2019 08:47
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does it have the same limitations as the aliexpress one?

 

 

 

please don't upgrade the camera firmware version!
if you upgrade the camera firmware version, the camera will become Chinese language firmware!


xbmcnut

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  #2260674 19-Jun-2019 09:08
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gcorgnet:

 

Hi, does it come with PoE adapter/power supply?

 

 

I can throw one in for $10.





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xbmcnut

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  #2260676 19-Jun-2019 09:08
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dan:

 

does it have the same limitations as the aliexpress one?

 

 

 

please don't upgrade the camera firmware version!
if you upgrade the camera firmware version, the camera will become Chinese language firmware!

 

 

Yes.





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xbmcnut

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  #2260677 19-Jun-2019 09:09
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pbolger:

 

I might be interested in two.

 

 

DM me.





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xbmcnut

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  #2260678 19-Jun-2019 09:09
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hairy1: Might be interested in one. Where are you? How much for shipping?

 

I'm in Beach Haven, Auckland. $5 Auckland, $8 nationwide.





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xbmcnut

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  #2260679 19-Jun-2019 09:10
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Johnk:

 

Are these still available? 

 

Where are you based? 

 

I might take two... 

 

 

Beach Haven, Auckland. DM me.





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  #2260696 19-Jun-2019 09:32
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dan:

 

does it have the same limitations as the aliexpress one?

 

 

 

please don't upgrade the camera firmware version!
if you upgrade the camera firmware version, the camera will become Chinese language firmware!

 

 

Upgrading hacked cameras like these (which are Chinese domestic stock loaded with hacked firmware to make them English) has pros and cons. Lots of the hacked firmware versions used by resellers won't work correctly for NZ DST settings due to a flaw in the base firmware they use. Switching to Chinese firmare can solve this issue but you'll then need to use a browser with translation to find your way around the menus.

 

The problem with using hacked cameras (using both Chinese firmware and hacked firmware) is that they will not work with some newer Dahua NVR firmware versions as they have intentionally done this to try and stop the flow of these hacked cameras.

 

 


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  #2261572 20-Jun-2019 17:33
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sbiddle:

 

The problem with using hacked cameras (using both Chinese firmware and hacked firmware) is that they will not work with some newer Dahua NVR firmware versions as they have intentionally done this to try and stop the flow of these hacked cameras.

 

 

There wouldn't be a hacked camera market if they stopped trying to use regional pricing and exclusive supply channels. The entire problem is of their own creation and the cause is pure greed. Let us buy legit English firmware cameras at the same price as domestic Chinese users and the problem goes away.





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