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Bunker Hill Security 4-channel Surveillance DVR w/ 4 Cameras and Mobile Monitoring Capabilities

3.1 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
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  • 4 infrared day/night cameras, Connects to a TV or monitor (not included)
  • 8 channel H.264 network DVR. Three recording options: motion activated, manual activation or scheduled programmable recording options
  • Huge 500GB hard drive comes preinstalled and ready for recording Record, playback, and transmit video
  • Monitor from most smart phones (advanced setup and additional equipment required). Easy setup and navigation with remote control or mouse
  • This security system lets you monitor up to eight separate cameras at one time!
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Product Description

Remote control uses 2 AAA batteries, included. Brand Bunker Hill Security AC Volts 120 Application Indoor/Outdoor Battery type Alkaline Battery(s) Included (y/n) Yes Camera Resolution (tvl) 480 TVL Channels (qty.) 8 DC Volts 12 Night Vision Yes Number of Cameras Included 4 Temperature range (deg F) 14°F - 122°F Shipping Weight 11.80 lb. Accessories Included (1) 8 channel H.264 DVR, (1) 500 GB hard drive, (4) indoor/outdoor color cameras with infrared night vision, (4) 60 ft. camera cables, (1) 1-to-5 way splitter power cable, (1) 12V/5A power adapter, (1) mouse with USB cable, (1) remote control

Product Information

Product Dimensions 17.4 x 11.3 x 6.6 inches
Item Weight 12.1 pounds
Shipping Weight 12.1 pounds
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3.1 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #742 in Home Improvement > Safety & Security > Home Security & Surveillance > Surveillance Video Equipment > Surveillance Video Recorders
Date first available at Amazon.com October 7, 2011

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Straight up! Wasted "HUNDREDS" of dollars on fancy IP cameras, cctv cameras, ect that either wasn't compatible with computer system or my Android phone, until I walked into Harbor Freight Tools (BALTIMORE).So after many trails and errors I reluctantly purchased a Bunker Hill 4 channel/4infrared cameras & digital video recorder Model 67139 and that was 3yrs ago, and still running smooth.. The newer Model 68332 is upgraded but similar to it's older model 67139 NO PROBLEMS TODAY.. ZERO! My pictures are always 100% sharp during the day, almost in HD color. At night cameras illuminate front & rear yard up to about 10' to 15' enough to ID someone at that range but still have enough visibility to notice a prowler approaching in the dark two blocks away in black and white on my 60" flat screen. I have manipulated the weak LED bulbs in my cameras by purchasing a "IR ILLUMINATOR" from AMAZON. They come in many sizes depending on the amount of area you want to cover with a powerful infrared lighting. YouTube carries a very good demo of a "SL1080-HIGH POWER INTELLIGENT IR ILLUMINATOR". It is very illuminating in pitch darkness up to 300 meters and has a 60degree wide span of coverage or you can surf Amazon inventory and decide what suits you. Just be sure to check owners manual on camera "WAVE LENGHT & VISIBILITY" or call Bunker Hill 1-888-866-5797 and find out what IR ILLUMINATOR is best for you. Your going to have to purchase either a 850nm (NANO METER) or 950nm (NANO METER), one of the difference is the 850nm offers a slight reddish glow at night from its LED bulbs that can be seen... But the 950nm offers total invisibility and CAN'T BE SEEN by the naked eye for stealth, secrecy, or detecting unit at night...Read more ›
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I professionally install DVR Camera systems and was tasked with installing this system in a residence. I opted to run the cables under the mobile home to each corner. The DVR box is ok, and is easy to install and setup. The power adapter for the cameras is sufficient and doesn't require mounting a box. The 500gb hard drive is also sufficient for most homeowner needs.

The cables were long enough to reach each corner of the house from a central room. 100 ft cables are usually needed to get from one end of a house to the other, so if you plan on not mounting the DVR at one end of the home, go ahead and buy how ever many 100ft cables you need, with a BNC connector on the DVR end, and RCA connector on the camera end.

The camera mounts are small and very easy to install. The joint requires no tools to adjust and is very simple to get pointed in the right direction. They are NOT capable of hiding the cable under the mount so you will have cable showing wherever you install. This makes it easy for someone to just grab the cable and unplug the power, disabling the camera. If you want to hide the connectors you will have to plug the hole that you run the cable through with a rubber insert or foam. I'd also suggest tying the connector end for the cable and camera together before plugging them in, so if someone or something pulls the cable it won't come unplugged.

The camera signal is ok during the day, but at night under poor lighting you wont be able to see much unless the camera is close enough to it to illuminate it with IR. That's about 5-10 feet. Anything beyond that under poor lighting will not be able to be seen.

The system menus were fairly intuitive and easy to set up. You will have to change the settings when you install it so that it records all the time.
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I bought this to use outside of my home, to monitor my front door, etc. I had a friend/handyman install the cameras for me. It was done by running all the cables down through my attic and into my den, where my computer & TV are. The cables worked fine for me, however, the 60ft. cables may impose a problem for other people, lengthwise. If you don't have enough, you are SOL, as you can't purchase additional cables.

The 'software installations' were easy (I'm tech savvy), HOWEVER, following the instructions in the manual to set up the details of the networking end of it was an absolute nightmare.

If you plan to use this with the Internet to access & monitor your video from a mobile device or another computer away from home, here's a head's up: Unless you are proficient in networking, port forwarding and so-on, plan ahead and have someone that KNOWS what they are doing, do it for you! After several days, I finally gave up and called a local company here in Phoenix to set it up for me. They did it remotely and charged me $75. Now that it's all done & said, I am pleased with this product.

** NOTE: I did call the toll-free number in the manual to get assistance... After waiting on hold for over 20 minutes, here is the REAL QUICK conversation I had with their rep:
ME: (after giving him the model #, etc.) Hi, I just have one real quick question for you... I'm running Win 7 and wondering if it's absolutely necessary to use Internet Explorer when setting this all up, or can I use a different browser?
REPRESENTATIVE: I'm sorry Ma'am, but these systems aren't compatible with Winows 7.

I repeated my model number. as well as WINDOWS SEVEN and he confirmed they are not compatible. I didn't even say GOODBYE, I just hung up on him.
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