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[Amazon Canada] Reolink IP PoE Security Camera 5 MP - RLC-420-5MP for $84.99 [WARM]

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[Amazon Canada] Reolink IP PoE Security Camera 5 MP - RLC-420-5MP for $84.99 [WARM]

If you are looking for a 5MP camera from a reputable company, I thought this is not a bad deal. It has good reviews, good features POE, 5MP, with microphone.

Deal link:
https://www.amazon.ca/Security-Megapixe ... eolink+420

Features:
- 1440P HD TURRET CAM: 2560x1440P HD turret cam with resolution of 4MP, 18pcs embedded infrared LEDs to get 100ft decent night vision range, 4mm lens with 80˚ wide viewing angle.
- PLUG & PLAY POE INDOOR&OUTDOOR: Wired PoE dome camera, plug and play, ceiling-mounted, versatile in applications and easy installation, indoor and outdoor use.
- SD Card or NVR RECORDING: Comes with SD card slot( SD card not included), support up to 64Gb micro SD card for recording. 24/7 HD video recording and storage with Reolink PoE network video recorders (support up to 16 cameras and with built-in 3TB HDD).
- MOTION DETECTION & EMAIL ALERT: Flexible motion detection (set detection zone, schedule detection and adjust sensibility), real-time and accurate movement alert via app push notification, email, support automatically upload motion-triggered image capture and recording to FTP.
- FREE APPS & NO SUBSCRIPTION FEE: Rich feature and functions in free apps for iPhone, Android, Windows PC, Mac, no subscription fee, live view, remote access, motion alert, multiple channels(at least 8 camera sources), intuitive and easy to navigate user interface.
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Dec 30, 2015
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Ottawa
Recently wired cat6 and POE to the back of my house specifically for video monitoring. I hope the specs are accurate because if so these are exactly what I wanted. Totally not interested in monthly fees although my server probably consumes the bulk of "always-on" electrical power ($30/mo). Now I got to find some good monitoring software.

Network Protocol: HTTPS, SSL, TCP/IP, UDP, UPNP, RTSP, SMTP, NTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, FTP, P2P

I'd like to hook two of these up to windows based monitoring software.
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I don't know the brand but it looks like a great camera with great resolution
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rockyrye wrote:
Nov 8th, 2018 4:32 pm
Recently wired cat6 and POE to the back of my house specifically for video monitoring. I hope the specs are accurate because if so these are exactly what I wanted. Totally not interested in monthly fees although my server probably consumes the bulk of "always-on" electrical power ($30/mo). Now I got to find some good monitoring software.

Network Protocol: HTTPS, SSL, TCP/IP, UDP, UPNP, RTSP, SMTP, NTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, FTP, P2P

I'd like to hook two of these up to windows based monitoring software.
Blue Iris has a good reputation, but it will require a decent Intel Cpu that is QuickSync capable.
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Stevey3001 wrote:
Nov 8th, 2018 5:16 pm
Blue Iris has a good reputation, but it will require a decent Intel Cpu that is QuickSync capable.
Hmmmm. Had never heard of QuickSync but apparently my server i7-2700K CPU is compatible. Thanks.

I also have iSpy and ZoneMinder on a TODO list. Blue Iris will be the first one I try.

Also need a good single residence POE video doorbell / intercom. I prefer something compatible with Asterisk that uses SIP when the button is pressed. Will not buy Google or Ring. IMHO security devices ought to be private and not part of a data mining business.
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Not sure if I should wait next year or not when winter is over. I do want to wire 4 camera's or so outside but not sure if I want to do it in the winter lol

-10℃~+55℃(14°F~131°F)

Man story of my life. What about -40 :P
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Dec 25, 2010
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For software, Milestone Xprotect is worth looking into also. It's an enterprise grade program that has a free tier for up to 8 cameras. Runs on Windows.
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Jul 3, 2017
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I have the bullet style have been impressed with it
Have it setup with FTP to my Nas been working great for 3 weeks no problems
MUST be used with PoE as it does not come with a power adapter
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i've been using contacam for a few years. really like it ; its free and support is very good
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Stevey3001 wrote:
Nov 8th, 2018 5:16 pm
Blue Iris has a good reputation, but it will require a decent Intel Cpu that is QuickSync capable.
Wtf?
Running it on my Ryzen 2600X with no problems.
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Mar 8, 2008
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Edmonton
If I recall quick sync has something to do with transcoding right? Specifically h265?
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Stevey3001 wrote:
Nov 8th, 2018 5:16 pm
Blue Iris has a good reputation, but it will require a decent Intel Cpu that is QuickSync capable.
I’m confused. Why do you need such a high end system to record video?
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Apr 2, 2006
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Our cameras are awful at night. Too bad it's back up to $99. Thanks

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