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1080P 4 HD Camera Home CCTV Kit @ Aldi for £179.99

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Posted 11th MarEdited by:"Techie93"
Available instore on 14th March or Pre-order online today. Spec seems to be quite good for the price. Sadly not what i was after, however I'm sure it will be ideal for somebody.


Whether you're in or out, this Home Protector HD CCTV Camera Kit will provide your home with that layer of security you've been looking for. The surveillance system features a set and forget system, allowing you to record continuously for up to 20 days, all thanks to security camera's 1TB hard drive. Boasting a powerful night vision camera, the video surveillance system can cope with all weather conditions, and has four 1080p cameras that can be used both inside and out. You'll also feel extra safe while on holiday as you can view the CCTV remotely using the iOS or Android app.


Contents
  • 2 x 1080P Dome camera
  • 2 x 1080P Bullet camera
  • 1 x Mouse
  • 2 x Adaptor
  • 1 x DVR
  • 1 x HDMI Cable
  • 1 x Ethernet cable
  • 1 x Power splitter
  • 18m Video/power cables
  • 4 x Warning stickers
  • Free downloadable mobile application
  • In-App playback
  • Pre-installed ITB hard drive
  • Weatherproof and water resistant

Features
  • 2 Bullet & 2 dome 1080P cameras
  • Set & Forget recording, record continuously for up to 20 days on a 1TB Hard Drive
  • View remotely from a compatible smartphone/tablet
  • Peace of mind when you're away from home, live viewing on 3G/4G enabled smartphones via IOS/Android app
  • Custom detection zone
  • Intelligent search
  • Water resistant
  • Smartphone notification
  • Powerful night vision, 24 infra red lens allows the cameras to record in low light conditions at a distance of up to 24m (approx.)
  • Stream live video footage

Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years

Suitable For
Camera's suitable for use outdoors on indoors, IP66 rated to cope with all weather conditions
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26 Comments
How do Bullet & Dome differ in functionality?
How come it's says TWO 720p cameras in description when it says 2 dome 1080p and 2 bullet 1080p cameras in Specs? :/

Magic
Gollywood11/03/2019 14:26

How do Bullet & Dome differ in functionality?


They are both the same from what ive read, just different styles. Like with the Bullet you will be able to get slight different angles compared to the dome. However with the bullet, it can attract spiders webs under the sun shield which then can affect the Night Visiion as the IR will bounce back off them. You can buy products to prevent this, however not sure if they are permanent.
Hope it's more reliable than the description which states it has two 720p cameras!!!
willysnapper2 m ago

Hope it's more reliable than the description which states it has two 720p …Hope it's more reliable than the description which states it has two 720p cameras!!!



flamintight3 m ago

How come it's says TWO 720p cameras in description when it says 2 dome …How come it's says TWO 720p cameras in description when it says 2 dome 1080p and 2 bullet 1080p cameras in Specs? Magic


haha, didnt even notice it until you mentioned it. I bet someone in ALDI just copied this from an older version as a rush job.
Gollywood11/03/2019 14:26

How do Bullet & Dome differ in functionality?


I’d avoid bullet cameras if you can. As previously mentioned spiderwebs are the curse of the bullet camera and night vision.

Here’s a view of my garden at night to show you what I’m talking about.

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it's 720P not 1080P, it also isn't POE a key part of any system these days, you maybe better off with the following:

hotukdeals.com/dea…973

£20 cheaper, better cameras and POE, hope that helps
Dave367996423 m ago

it's 720P not 1080P, it also isn't POE a key part of any system these …it's 720P not 1080P, it also isn't POE a key part of any system these days, you maybe better off with the following:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/electriq-cctv-system-4-channel-hd-1080p-nvr-with-4-x-1080p-bullet-cameras-poe-1tb-hdd-15997-laptops-direct-3185973£20 cheaper, better cameras and POE, hope that helps


Would of been better it it was dome's. Bullets can be a right pain as mentioned above.
Edited by: "Techie93" 11th Mar
Does anybody know the Megapixels?
nothingmuch11/03/2019 14:46

Does anybody know the Megapixels?


Fyi cameras that are 1080p are just over 2megapixels and 720p is just under 1megapixel.
Humss38 s ago

Fyi cameras that are 1080p are just over 2megapixels and 720p is just …Fyi cameras that are 1080p are just over 2megapixels and 720p is just under 1megapixel.


Sorry I didn’t know that always the case thanks
I paid a bit more for this as it’s more channels to suit myself and its google compatible for a smarter home.
laptopsdirect.co.uk/swa…wcB
And the cameras on the Swann have a PIR on them so detection is more reliable ,not perfect but they are better.
As mentioned above, if you're going for a wired system POE is the way to go.
Dave3679964211/03/2019 14:41

it's 720P not 1080P, it also isn't POE a key part of any system these …it's 720P not 1080P, it also isn't POE a key part of any system these days, you maybe better off with the following:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/electriq-cctv-system-4-channel-hd-1080p-nvr-with-4-x-1080p-bullet-cameras-poe-1tb-hdd-15997-laptops-direct-3185973£20 cheaper, better cameras and POE, hope that helps


What is POE & what does it mean?
Gollywood12 m ago

What is POE & what does it mean?


What androidavis said, spot on, one cable job done(y)
jaypr3 h, 1 m ago

I’d avoid bullet cameras if you can. As previously mentioned spiderwebs a …I’d avoid bullet cameras if you can. As previously mentioned spiderwebs are the curse of the bullet camera and night vision.Here’s a view of my garden at night to show you what I’m talking about.[Image]


I have dome n this can happen to them too. Just gotta clean it.
Probably better getting 4 yi 1080 currently on offer at Amazon. £48 for two deal of the day then 10% off so £87 for the 4. But they are all indoor cameras. Plus I'd suggest the cloud services which is £80 a year for 5 cameras. Fair enough thieves might not steal or disable your CCTV recorder

Tried to post it as a deal but was denied by admins
Edited by: "formsm2000comp" 11th Mar
Gollywood11/03/2019 14:26

How do Bullet & Dome differ in functionality?


Dome cameras are more discreet, but on the flip side, that means bullet cameras are a more visible deterrent. Generally, dome cameras have a wider angle, and bullet cameras have a longer range. My advice where cameras are concerned, go for the best quality you can afford. 1080p look good during daylight hours, but I found mine to be very grainy at night. I've upgraded to 4k, and am much happier.
RuudBullit11/03/2019 18:05

Dome cameras are more discreet, but on the flip side, that means bullet …Dome cameras are more discreet, but on the flip side, that means bullet cameras are a more visible deterrent. Generally, dome cameras have a wider angle, and bullet cameras have a longer range. My advice where cameras are concerned, go for the best quality you can afford. 1080p look good during daylight hours, but I found mine to be very grainy at night. I've upgraded to 4k, and am much happier.


I may have read this wrong but up till now I have understood that for CCTV go for 1080p if you want better night time video as a priority, or 4K if you want better day time video as a priority
Edited by: "androidavis" 11th Mar
androidavis11/03/2019 20:11

I may have read this wrong but up till now I have understood that for CCTV …I may have read this wrong but up till now I have understood that for CCTV go for 1080p if you want better night time video as a priority, or 4K if you want better day time video as a priority


My new cameras (4k ) are better day and night than my old cameras (1080).
jaypr5 h, 48 m ago

I’d avoid bullet cameras if you can. As previously mentioned spiderwebs a …I’d avoid bullet cameras if you can. As previously mentioned spiderwebs are the curse of the bullet camera and night vision.Here’s a view of my garden at night to show you what I’m talking about.[Image]


Something called Spider Ex in a can might help.
Edited by: "ssc1" 11th Mar
so we need internet and a hard drive... internet can be disconnected and the hard drive can be stolen... not in my opinion ... safe!!
Techie9322 h, 55 m ago

They are both the same from what ive read, just different styles. Like …They are both the same from what ive read, just different styles. Like with the Bullet you will be able to get slight different angles compared to the dome. However with the bullet, it can attract spiders webs under the sun shield which then can affect the Night Visiion as the IR will bounce back off them. You can buy products to prevent this, however not sure if they are permanent.


These bullets appear to not have a sun shield for spiders to hide under, and the "dome" (turret) cameras appear to have a gap under the eyeball which could make a comfy spider home

I have a bullet camera covering the front of the house that gets constantly covered in web, tried removing the sun shield but didn't help, I usually find a spider hiding around the back during daytime and in front of the lens dazzling the camera with reflected IR light at night. Only thing that worked for me was smothering the camera body with petroleum jelly so the spiders slid off which was amusing for a few days til it smeared on the lens too.

The problem is the IR light attracts loads of bugs, and those attract the spider and even the odd bat. I've bought an IR illuminator to put up and plan on disconnecting the camera IR Leds, which should sort it.

Also had spider problems with a traditional commercial dome camera on another building (not one I bought). That also suffers from internal IR reflections off the plastic dome itself, so its night vision is poor even when spider free.
Edited by: "melted" 12th Mar
RuudBullit11th Mar

My new cameras (4k ) are better day and night than my old cameras (1080).


Hi,

what make have you got? I recently purchased an 8 ch - 6 set of 4K cameras, the problem I am facing is that nobody in the UK stock the Lorex 4k additCameras I am after.

Any advice would be appreciated. 37252036-vz08Q.jpg
Edited by: "savedosh2day" 13th Mar
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