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LaView 2 Camera 960H Security System, 4 Channel 960H Compact DVR w/500GB HDD and 2 1000TVL White Bullet Camera Surveillance Kit
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- Experience 1.3 Megapixel superior resolution in 960H wide screen video viewing and playback, perfect for 16:9 monitors
- Free mobile apps for live viewing on Smart phones, tablets, PCs, and Macs
- The super compact size DVR runs quietly and provides advanced performance including a 1TB Western Digital surveillance grade hard drive
- Each camera has 24 IR LED that allow night vision up to 100ft
- Ideal for small businesses and home with IP66 standard weatherproof protection for indoor and outdoor use
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|Item Dimensions||11.5 x 8.5 x 14 inches|
|Shipping Weight||9.6 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Top 4 reasons to buy
Super small and quiet
Compact size with superior specs to a standard size DVR.
Simply download our mobile app, and have the freedom to view and playback from anywhere.
Smart search technology
Mask areas of interest and find playback at the exact times of incidents, it's that smart.
Day and night surveillance
1.3MP superior resolution allows clear images and see up to 100 feet in the dark.
Top Customer Reviews
1)I've given up on the motion detection software. I am contemplating setting up Blue Iris software on a dedicated PC/Media Server, which will fix motion detection false alarms. If LaView reads this, PLEASE update your software to be able to better fine tune the motion detection. I have tried absolutely everything to negate any false alarms, but nothing has worked. At night, the IR attracts bugs and the motion alarm goes crazy, even on lowest sensitivity. LaView customer service recommended I get a bug light/zapper nearby at attract them away from the cameras. I'm not in the swamp (I'm in Seattle) and installing bug lights around my house is a)overkill and b)rediculous. Blue Iris allows for motion detection to be fine tuned to the size of moving objects, for example, which will completely solve the LaView motion detection issue I have. Shadows even set off the alarm as to tree branches, etc. And again, that is on lowest settings with selected alarm zones turn on/off best I could.
2)The image needs to be better compressed and have better color range. I wish this had a dynamic light feature. As it is now, images get horribly washed out when the sun hit them or car lights drive by at night.
As it stands now, I'm keeping the system up and running, since I'm past the return window. I have set up the motion detection to not email me when it goes off and have taken time every day to go back through the recorded motion events video clips (see UPDATE comments below on navigating through the recorded video...)to see what's been "caught." 99% of the time so far it's been absolutely nothing. But I got this system for that 1% incident, so it's passable if you really take the time to hold its hand.
The video recording playback is a nightmare to navigate.Read more ›
Having returned two different Swann systems previously due to defects, poorly executed features, and non-existent support, the LaView system was refreshing in that it not only worked, but the functions it advertised were indeed intact.
Setting up the system does take some focused effort as the instructions aren't perfect, but the user-interface onscreen menus are pretty straight-forward and logical. LaView also has some great YouTube videos that demonstrate how to setup different aspects of the system.
The negative products reviews all seem to focus on poor image quality, but this seems largely due to users not being familiar with how to configure the video settings. If I change the encoding settings to have the "Highest" video quality, 30 fps, and a max bit rate of 2048, then I find I get a very good and clean image. I would even argue that the 960H 1.3MP cameras produce a better image than the 720P Swann system I returned previously. Viewing on the LaView SkyCam Android app also requires that you setup the video settings correctly there as well (there are presets for clearer images or more fluent, or even custom if you prefer). Bottom line is you can get a clean image if you adjust the video encoding and have a respectable home/internet network setup.
The only other big challenge I think folks will encounter is setting up the remote network. This is only a challenge in that LaView provides multiple options on how to use the product remotely, so you can do one thing or several. In most cases, you need to setup port forwarding on your router, but that really isn't a big deal if you follow some of the LaView YouTube videos.Read more ›
The security system is very compact and looks nice. I love the white color which match my furniture and my living room. I set-up the DVR next to my big screen TV since my cable router is right there. You need to connect the DVR to the internet in order to set-up the remote reviewing. The camera is white color in a metal case. I like the design and color.
This is my first Security System. It is fairly easy to set-up. The connection and setting up the system to work for basic recording is very easy. It works right out of the box. However this is still a wired system (as compare to wireless, by the way, wireless system usually are IP system and it does not come in with a DVR). This is a complete system. The DVR requires to connect to internet (router/ cable box) for remote viewing set-up. The remote view which allow you to view the recorded footage anywhere using the free app requires a set-up process. I believe if you know how to set-up your internet router, you may know how to set-up yourself. By the way, LaView provides good videos on line to show how to set-up everything. I am not a technical person (I need my IT friends to help me set-up my internet router), so I called their Technical Support and they helped me set-up the system. The Technical Support is very helpful. The tends to be busy. The best way to contact them is open a ticket and they will get back to you.
I searched online for reviews and a lot of customers commented that this cameras are very good. After I experienced myself, I do agreed that this is a great cameras. The pictures looks great on my big screen TV. Night vision is clear. I can see the car parked on the street from the camera I set-up in my front door.
I would recommend people to check this product out. It is a nice device and stylish.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Connect the HDMI port to TV and the TV was burned, I thought it was a problem with the TV and connect it to another TV and also burn it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by alejandro urich
Do not trust Laview with your home security! It's a roll of the dice if you get a dvr that's hard drive works consistently. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harley
I bought 8 products for customer In half year.
Now all of them already were broken.
The tech support is excellent ,they will walk you threw setting up your cell phone.Published 1 month ago by brad wiltjer
Great Picture, easy to install and set up, would buy again, got it on time. Very good night vision as well, seems to be of decent enough quality. Read morePublished 2 months ago by kensington
Easy to set up, but not reliable. Video cuts out for no reason, wiggle the mouse and its back. Wiggle the mouse and its gone again.Published 2 months ago by DefenseGuy
I bought this, because the price was right.It is an okay system and my only issue is with the night cameras.They do not give a very clear image of faces. Read morePublished 2 months ago by H.Evans
IT ONLY LASTS 6 MONTHS. ONE YEAR WARRANTY WAS BOGUS. I'LL USE ANOTHER COMANY NEXT TIME.Published 4 months ago by James Nelson