ZMODO 8Channel D1 DVR Security Camera System w/ 4 outdoor Day/Night 600TVL Hi-Resolution cctv Surveillance Cameras No Hard Drive
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- Network Protocol:TCP/IP, PPPoE, DHCP and DDNS
- Network Connection:RJ45, 10M/100M
- Network Remote:LAN or Internet Browsing
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|Color||8Ch - 4 Cameras|
|Package Height||7.6 x 11.5 x 13.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||10.7 pounds|
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This 4-camera, 8-channel DVR system is an economical security solution that is ideal for business, and affordable for home. Either you are out on vacation or at home, this DVR solution will help you watch over your entire business or property, so just stop worrying and enjoy your peaceful day all day around.
*Video Input / Output: BNC 8CH / BNC 1CH Output
*Audio Input / Output: RCA 4CH/ BNC 1CH Output
*Display Frame Rate: NTSC: 240fps@D1
*Recording Frame Rate: NTSC: 240fps @ D1
*Two Type Video Out: TV Monitor BNC Output and PC Monitor VGA Output (The BNC & VGA Cable is not included)
* Remote Access via Smartphone, Tablet or PC
*Smartphone systems: a) iOS 4.5 or newer b) Google Android 4.2 or newer
*PC System: Windows System IE Internet Explorer
* Power: 12V/ 3A DC
Camera Feature *Image Sensor: 1/4” Color CMOS
*Horizontal Resolution: 600 TV Lines
*Number of IR LEDs: 12
*Night Vision: 50ft
*Minimum Illumination: 0 Lux (IR On)
*Operation Temperature: 14°F~122°F
*Power: 12V DC
Package Includes * (1) 8 CH DVR with No Hard Drive
*(4) Outdoor/Indoor Camera
*(4) 60ft Power Video Cables for Cameras
*(1) 12V/1.5A Power Supply for Cameras
Top Customer Reviews
Again i say the quality is terrible, but the core system is excellent, just look at it this way, you are essentially using free cameras and paying for a great DVR. Use the cameras and if they are acceptable you got an even better deal. If you need higher quality upgrade your cameras slowly while getting rid of or repurposing the 600TVL included cameras. Really 600TVL is not that bad considering most of the low end systems are still using 540TVL. Great for keeping an eye on the property but not good enough to read a license plate number. Then again you are only paying $125, can't expect the world.
The on board software is not "modern" feeling, but hey... who cares. All that matters is that it works. I have no complaints here.
The cameras however are crap. One by one the daytime image goes purple. 3 out of 4 going south here inside of a couple of months. I suspect the night vision sensor is to blame. Shame, because they are pretty well built (externally) and the image is good when they are working properly. The mount was pretty crappy though.
Reason for 4 stars: Is worth it for the DVR - and this one is 8 channel. Use the Zmodo cameras indoors. Get new cameras for outdoors. Upgrade to 700tlv with better night vision and you will be happy. I bought a couple with 1/3 CCD chips on Amazon and they are working great without any issues, slightly better daytime image, and far superior night vision.
I've installed several systems in the past and this one is basic, but works very well for what it is. The zmodo android and iOS app is pretty horrible, I'll have to play with it more.
The cameras are listed at 3.6mm which is pretty wide, but they don't seem as wide as other 3.6mm cameras I have used in the past. The CMOS is only 1/4" as opposed to 1/3" so low light suffers. A useful piece of advice I can offer people using this is pass on the cables that come with the system if you want decent performance, especially at night. I used a 1" hammer drill bit to pass the wires to the outside of the house. The stock wires are so fragile and with bulky connectors, 2 cables were damaged trying to fish them through the cinderblock. So I ran high quality Siamese cable and terminated them with bnc and power connectors. When I was done installing, the 1 camera that was using the stock cable had noticeably worse picture than the ones which I had ran Siamese cables.
Inspecting the wires inside the cables that had broke, they are literally a couple stands of copper, like 30+AWG. Sending power and signal over such thin cable over a length of 65ft is what gives the poor signal. The power just isn't enough to power the IR's and the camera at night.
Your best bet would be to run Siamese or Ethernet cable with balum for excellent signal.
You can't fault the wires at this pricepoint, but something people should know. Also, this DVR comes with a tiny fan that is really loud. Defiantly noticeable in a quiet room from about 8ft away. I think I might just unplug it as the hardware is pretty cool and the annoying fan is unnecessary. Additional cameras can be added, so overall a great basic system for someone looking not to spend a whole lot.