ZOSI 8CH 1080P Security Camera System,H.265+ 5MP Lite 8Channel HD-TVI DVR and 4PCS 1920TVL Outdoor Indoor Weatherproof CCTV Surveillance Camera with 120ft Night Vision, Motion Alert,No Hard Drive
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|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
|Video Capture Resolution||1080p|
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- 【H. 265/H.265+ 8CH 5MP Lite HD-TVI DVR】--With the advanced H. 265 technology, which could double the data compression ratio, keep the high quality video even with low bit-rate, it allows you to maximize storage space and enjoy ultra-long recording.
- 【Expandable camera system】-this is 8Channel 4-in-1 DVR which supports analog HD-TVI CVI AHD camera It provides you the flexibility to extend additional cameras You can add more 4pcs 720P or 1080P Bullet or dome cameras
- 【IP67 Weatherproof Camera,120ft Night Vision】-- This Camera use Aluminum Metal materials, can effectively prevent rust,Can be installed in almost any outdoor or indoor place. ,Built in 36pcs IR LEDs, Get a sharp and crisp image day or night with the camera's automatic IR-CUT filter, Up to 120ft night vision in total darkness and 160ft Night vision in ambient light.More than 3.0Lux the night vision is color.
- 【View from anywhere anytime&Advanced Motion Detection & Instant alerts-】-- The free App ZOSI smart lets you see all of your cameras in one place Check in on your home or business wherever you have an internet connection Free app for live view & Playback on smart devices with Wi-Fi anywhere anytime.You can customize a specific motion detection zone in each camera to minimize false alerts. Smart Instant notifications and email alerts will be pushed to your phone when the camera detects the motion.
- 【No Include Hard Drive】--This system does not come with hard drive. Assembling a 3.5 inch SATA 500GB to 2TB hard drive is necessary. DVR can be set to automatically overwrite the oldest internally stored footage or you can transfer those video files by USB to a memory stick or external hard drive
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ZOSI H.265+ Security System
Security DVR Specification
- H.265+ video Compression
- 5MP Lite 8 channel DVR
- Video output: HDMI / VGA / CVBS
- Internal Hard drive: 1 SATA Port,Up to 6TB
- Maximum User Access: 10 Users
- Customized Motion Detection & Instant Alerts
- this system doesn't include any hard drive, if you want to record or playback, it would need to install an internal hard drive.
- this security system could work fine without internet. But if you want to remote viewing on phone or laptop, you would need to connect the dvr to the internet.
What's in the BOX ?
- 1x H.265+ 8CH DVR
- 4 x 1080P Bullet Cameras
- 4 x 60FT CCTV cables
- 1 x 1 to 4 power splitter cable
- 2 x 12V/2A power supply
- 4 x Mounting Screw Bag
- 1 x USB Mouse
- 4 x Warning sticker
Motion Detection and Smart Alerts
Once any movement is detected by the security camera system, you will receive instant push notifications via ZOSI Smart App, email alerts and buzzer alarms, so you are able to act in the first time if something suspicious happens.
You can customize your motion detection setup by:
Local View & Remote View
Local Viewing: No Network needed, just connect the system to a monitor via HDMI / VGA port and enjoy multiple-cam views on one screen.
Remote Viewing: Connect the internet to the DVR . Download the ZOSI Smart app on your smartphone (iOS or Android), Or download the AVSS PC client on PC.
With remote app, you can view feed live, receive push notifications and watch any previously recorded footage. You’ll never miss any moment, no matter where you are.
Different Recording Mode
Record Continuous: Your DVR will continuously record regardless of what is Happening.
Schedule Record : The schedule is presented as a 24-hour 7 days a week grid and is color coded to represent the event type.
Motion Detection Record: Your DVR will only record when motion is detected. It could help to record more time with the 2TB hard drive.
Recycle Record: This option allows your DVR to overwrite the oldest video files on the hard drive.
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|Connection Type||BNC Cable||Power over Ethernet||Power over Ethernet||BNC Cable||BNC Cable|
|DVR / NVR||8 channel DVR||8CH H.265+ PoE NVR||8CH H.265+ PoE NVR||8CH H.265+ DVR||8CH H.265+ DVR|
|Cameras||8 Bullet Cameras||8 PoE Cameras||8 PoE Cameras||8 Bullet Cameras||8 Bullet Cameras|
|Hard Drive pre-installed||1TB security Hard Drive||2TB security Hard Drive||2TB security Hard Drive||2TB security Hard Drive||2TB security Hard Drive|
|Remote App||ZOSI Smart||ZOSI Smart||ZOSI Smart||ZOSI Smart||ZOSI Smart|
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I did not want a wifi camera system so I bought this hard-wired system. Wires are more reliable and I don’t need 8 or 9 more devices on my wifi router. I bench-tested every camera and wire before permanently installing anything. The cameras work well. The resolution is good but since the lens has a very wide angle, the corners of the image are less sharp than the center. But this is acceptable to me because the wide lens covers a lot of area.
The BNC cables work acceptably, but I found that 65 feet was not long enough. To get to the four corners of my home’s exterior (3200 sq ft), I needed to purchase some other-brand 100-ft and 150-ft cables. I found that both the Zosi and the aftermarket cables are susceptible to visible feedback in the images, especially when the wires are bent near the connectors. I got them all to work acceptably, but you get what you pay for.
The DVR I initially received was easy to set up and worked well, except that it would reboot itself every couple of hours. Zosi customer service helped me address it and eventually shipped me a new DVR unit at no cost. This has solved the problem. They are helpful and responsive, but they are located in China so emails generally have a 1-day turnaround time. Reviewing recorded footage works but it is not intuitive. There are a lot of unmarked icons to figure out. But it works.
The app works but it is a little clunky. Each time I open it when away from the home wifi, I have to tell it to connect to the cameras. At first the app couldn’t see the cameras away from home. Zosi had to help me tweak settings on the DVR and my router (like disabling the firewall!) to get it to work. It does work reliably now. Again, you get what you pay for.
There is also a desktop application for viewing the cameras, but you can only load it via the supplied mini-CD (what is this, 1999?) and it only shows the footage in low resolution. But it works.
Overall, for the price I am happy with this system. I can view my house at home live on my TV, away from home on my phone, or later via playback. A high-end professional system would have cost several thousand dollars. This system meets my needs and could be used by any homeowner or small business.
First off the instructions to place the DVR on the Internet are nonexistent, however, a duckduckgo.com search will return more then enought help for you. The short answer is you have to open port (37777) on your firewall to allow the DVR to be seen via your cellphone or remote PC. The DVR presets allow for recording out of the box, and its internet settings are set to DHCP by default, so networking is pretty simple, its dealing with your Cable Modem or DSL modem that's hard; more on that later.
The camera's have a nice clean, clear picture, and during low light automatically turn on the IR LEDs and the camera switches to Black and White mode; there isn't anyway to see other then B/W using IR illumination, that's just the way the world is. If you try and use a camera at night pointing outside through a window, the IR LEDs will cause the window to act like a mirror and you won't see anything.
The cables that come with the unit are 18.3 meters or 60 feet for the rest of us in the free world. They sell additional cables at a very inexpensive price, so there's no need to make your own. The ends on the cables prevent you from plugging into the cameras wrong, so even with the addition of extra cables it's a simple installation; you will have to buy some female to female BNC barrels to use with the extensions.
There's a selection under "Networking" that is labeled "WiFi", however, it only works with a WiFi USB adapter sold buy some other vendor. There's 2 USB ports on the back of the DVR, the top port is marked "USB 2.0", I assume for a thumb drive for backing up recorded data, and the bottom is is labeled "USB Mouse", which was included; the optical mouse worked in both ports, so I'm thinking the DVR doesn't support a Keyboard. There is very little need for a keyboard since all the information to be entered is easily accomplished via a mouse and the only time I wanted a keyboard was to enter in the password.
There's a setting for allowing the DVR to obtain time off the internet using NTP, however, I still had to manually set the time the very first time, there's support for DST, however, you have to tell the DVR which days to start and stop DST.
Power for the DVR comes from a small wall wart, however, there are terminal connections to allow for the use of 2 wires to supply power, the cameras are supplied from a separate power supply, one power supply can support 8 cameras, and an octopus cable is supplied for this.
Another nice design feature ZOSI did, was adding a slot in the side of the bottom bracket of the camera. The slot is to allow the cables to be run outside of the mounting plate in the case you're not able to drill a hole behind the mounting plate. If you do drill a hole behind the mounting plate, all your wires will be hidden from view and you'll have a very clean installation.
I used the HDMI connection to connect to my TV for use as a display, there's also a VGA port that could be used, however, at the cost of HDMI TV's it's probably the connection most users will use. The display allows you to see up to 9 cameras at once realtime, and double clicking on any one picture will expand it to full screen. I only own a 740p TV, however the cameras output 1080p to it without any problem.
Getting on to the internet : after reading the online documentation for getting the DVR to be seen from a device on the internet I found that I had to add a Port Forwarding rule to allow port 37777 to the DVR. This will require you to hard code an IP address into the DVR, which is very easy, its figuring out how to add the Port Forwarding to your DSL/Cable modem that may give you problems. If your modem supports adding a DMZ, you could also add the DVR to the DMZ and not bother with Port Forwarding. Each modem is different so once again duckduckgo.com may be need to find help on this. You'll need to remember to turn WiFi off on your cellphone when trying to test the remote viewing application, since when your cellphone is on the same network as the DVR the firewall rules don't apply.
The Android ZOSI viewing application isn't as easy to navigate as I'd expect, I don't own an iPhone so I can't speak to that application. One thing I DID NOT like about the ZOSI's Android application, is it requires you to give it an unreasonable amount of access to your phone's resources; why do they need access to your camera, contacts, and a host of other items? ZOSI, fix this, or at least explain why you need all of this access. The remote display is downgraded to prevent over use of your network data plan on your cell phone, I've played with it a bit, however, I can't say if this is a setting that can be changed. I did figure out that you can remotely capture video from a camera onto your cell phone, and also play back video as well.
As I learn more about the system I may post more.
I've yet to try and add a WiFi camera to the system, as I still have to install all 8 cameras, but I'll try that next and post the results.