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15% Off Foscam Security with code @ Box - EG: Foscam FN3104W-B4 720P WiFi Camera & NVR Kit + 4 CAMERAS £212.49 delivered
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15% Off Foscam Security with code @ Box - EG: Foscam FN3104W-B4 720P WiFi Camera & NVR Kit + 4 CAMERAS £212.49 delivered

£212.49£249.9915%Box.co.uk Deals
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Posted 20th May
Box have 15% off loads of Foscam gear at the moment, which happens to included this system at £212.49. One of, if not THE lowest price it has been. It's a 720p Outdoor kit with a 1TB HDD, which should cover around 2 weeks of footage.

The code is FSCM19and knocks 15% off most times HERE

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  • 4 Cameras included
  • Flexible mounting
  • NVR and camera auto-pair
  • Automatic channel picking
  • Bandwidth-friendly streaming
  • Multiple access for local and remote viewing
  • 1TB HDD for 14-day video history
  • Clear night vision for 24/7 surveillance
  • IP66 rating to withstand severe weather conditions
  • FN3104W-B4



FOSCAM FN3109H NVR 9 Channel 1080p network Vdeo recorder £76.49 after code

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  • 9-ch 1080P HD IP Camera Access
  • H.264 Main Profile Video Compression
  • Supports HDMI and VGA Local Display
  • 4-ch Synchronous Playback
  • Compatible with Foscam HD and MJPEG IP cameras
  • Supports ONVIF protocol, Compatible with ONVIF-Embedded IP Cameras
  • Supports USB External Storage (Flash disk, HDD)
  • Supports 1x 3.5" Sata HDD up to 4TB (Not Supplied)
  • Supports Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari(MAC)
  • Alarm Input/Output
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My advice for those looking into CCTV, I would go wired (poe) rather than wireless if you can. Very convenient to go wireless, but more of a headache than it's worth.
mastermjr2004120/05/2019 14:28

My advice for those looking into CCTV, I would go wired (poe) rather than …My advice for those looking into CCTV, I would go wired (poe) rather than wireless if you can. Very convenient to go wireless, but more of a headache than it's worth.


I have wireless throughout my home, what's wrong with it? I would have preferred wired, but not practical currently.
Anyone got this and working well?
mastermjr2004120/05/2019 14:28

My advice for those looking into CCTV, I would go wired (poe) rather than …My advice for those looking into CCTV, I would go wired (poe) rather than wireless if you can. Very convenient to go wireless, but more of a headache than it's worth.


Can you elaborate a bit more, as im looking at wireless purely for the easy diy set up.
I'd be tempted if these were full HD as think 720 is a bit low for CCTV (I'd prefer higher than full HD).
cmahey20/05/2019 14:39

I have wireless throughout my home, what's wrong with it? I would have …I have wireless throughout my home, what's wrong with it? I would have preferred wired, but not practical currently.


Nothing wrong with wireless CCTV per say, just that they can be prone to interference, require their own power source and image clarity can be affected to name a few points. I am absolutely not saying do not buy wireless, just theres more pros than cons going wired than wireless.
sawfinger20/05/2019 15:21

Can you elaborate a bit more, as im looking at wireless purely for the …Can you elaborate a bit more, as im looking at wireless purely for the easy diy set up.


Have you planned where your placing your cameras? If so, will they be near any power outlets?
Dragon3220/05/2019 15:24

I'd be tempted if these were full HD as think 720 is a bit low for CCTV …I'd be tempted if these were full HD as think 720 is a bit low for CCTV (I'd prefer higher than full HD).


I personally would go with 5mp, but 4mp is okay minimum.
mastermjr2004120/05/2019 15:29

Have you planned where your placing your cameras? If so, will they be near …Have you planned where your placing your cameras? If so, will they be near any power outlets?


Ok i get you. Still have some sort of wiring. And no power source nearby, so defeats the wireless object!
mastermjr2004120/05/2019 15:29

I personally would go with 5mp, but 4mp is okay minimum.


I know.

I have a few full HD ones, but have been tempted to upgrade to 4k in the past.
Dragon3220/05/2019 15:44

I know.I have a few full HD ones, but have been tempted to upgrade to 4k …I know.I have a few full HD ones, but have been tempted to upgrade to 4k in the past.


Me too, but the price of 4k is just too high!
mastermjr2004120/05/2019 14:28

My advice for those looking into CCTV, I would go wired (poe) rather than …My advice for those looking into CCTV, I would go wired (poe) rather than wireless if you can. Very convenient to go wireless, but more of a headache than it's worth.


I've had a wireless kit for 2 years. No issues whatsoever. Cameras hooked up within problem from day 1.
mastermjr2004120/05/2019 15:52

Me too, but the price of 4k is just too high!


Swann 4k is reasonable for the average Joe, personally lm going for hik 4k.
cmahey20/05/2019 14:39

I have wireless throughout my home, what's wrong with it? I would have …I have wireless throughout my home, what's wrong with it? I would have preferred wired, but not practical currently.


My wireless cameras are forever going offline. Some ISPs apparently boot devices that cane the data and stay connected. Mine then struggle to auto connect without a reboot of the hub. Not ideal. If anyone's got any advice on this scenario it'll be appreciated 🙏
jplewis7620/05/2019 18:13

My wireless cameras are forever going offline. Some ISPs apparently boot …My wireless cameras are forever going offline. Some ISPs apparently boot devices that cane the data and stay connected. Mine then struggle to auto connect without a reboot of the hub. Not ideal. If anyone's got any advice on this scenario it'll be appreciated 🙏


Ah, I guess it depends on your setup. I'm saving the data locally on my network.

I also use a different wireless router than the Virgin one they supply.
Different wireless router was the first thing I was going to try. Signal seems strong at the camera zones (at least on my mobile)
I would recommend POE all day long.

Foscam make some good stuff, I have two of their C1 cams that have been rock solid over the past three years but I would not recommend a kit like this if you have a large brick house and will be placing multiple brick walls and a lot of distance between the cameras and NVR box. You’ll have issues with dropped frames and camera dropouts guaranteed.

I’ve had a lot of trouble recently with wifi cameras, especially the move from 720p to 1080p. I have 6 cameras, 4x 1080p and 2x 720p, they’re putting out 12 streams between them (main and sub streams) and my home WiFi network can’t handle it.

I have a BT whole home setup with two discs, linked by gigabit Ethernet and they cant handle the multiple streams since upgrading my NVR from a 720p to 1080p (previous 4 channel box could only handle 1x1080p stream and 3x720p streams) Since upgrading the discs have been unreliable, having to be re-booted multiple times and I’ve even resorted to adding an additional router configured as an access point to offload a couple of the 1080p cameras – this seems to have done the trick.
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