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ANNKE 8CH Ultra HD 4K CCTV Camera System DVR Kit - £389.99 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Smart Home Brand Store
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ANNKE 8CH Ultra HD 4K CCTV Camera System DVR Kit - £389.99 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Smart Home Brand Store

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Posted 5th Apr

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Specifications:
DVR:
Video Input: 8CH Analog HD/Analog (up to 4K: 3840*2160) + 4CH IP (up to 6MP)
Video Output: VGA up to 1080P; HDMI up to 4K (3840*2160)
Supported analog camera types: CVBS
TVI: 8MP/5MP/4MP/3MP/1080P/720P
AHD:5MP/4MP/3MP/1080P/720P
CVI:4MP/3MP/1080P/720P
IP Camera Input: Support 4CH H.265+/H.265/H.264+/H.264 IP Camera
Max Playback Channel: 8 Channels
Onvif: Support
HDD Capacity: Up to 10TB Capacity

Camera:
Image Sensor: 8MP CMOS Image Sensor
Video Resolution: 8MP(3840*2160@15fps)
Lens: 2.8 MM
Number of Infra-Red LEDs: 2
Day and Night Function: Support IR-CUT
Night Vision Distance: Up to 100ft/30m
Wide Dynamic Range: Digital WDR

What's Included?
* 1X 8CH 4K Egis DVR,3TB Hard Drive Included
* 8X 4K HD Camera
* 8X 60ft/18.3m BNC Cable+Mounting Screw Kit
* 1X 5.9ft/1.8m HDMI Cable
* 1X 3.2ft/1m Ethernet Cable
* 3X Power Adapter
* 1X USB Mouse & Remote Control
* 1X User Manual & Software CD

Unfortunately not PoE but seems alot of equipment for the price
Dispatched from and sold by Smart Home Brand Store with positive reviews
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The best quality cameras I’ve seen during night time are Hikvision ColorVu. No more B&W recordings.

content.hikvision.com/en/…rvu
I'm intrigued by both!

I currently have the Arlo Pro 2 system, and I must admit it is good, especially the wireless aspect of it. Good motion detection etc....

However, what makes these appealing is the price and MORE cameras, value for money!
The downside - hard wired and digging round the house to install them.
This whole system is less than what I paid for just one camera. And it wasn't even 4k.
cheekster05/04/2020 21:30

The best quality cameras I’ve seen during night time are Hikvision C …The best quality cameras I’ve seen during night time are Hikvision ColorVu. No more B&W recordings.https://content.hikvision.com/en/core-technology/colorvu



thanks will take a look at these!
replicant6905/04/2020 22:24

I'm intrigued by both!I currently have the Arlo Pro 2 system, and I must …I'm intrigued by both!I currently have the Arlo Pro 2 system, and I must admit it is good, especially the wireless aspect of it. Good motion detection etc....However, what makes these appealing is the price and MORE cameras, value for money!The downside - hard wired and digging round the house to install them.


Arlo are similar quality to Ring aren’t they? It is best to avoid wireless if possible for security cameras.
cheekster05/04/2020 23:05

Arlo are similar quality to Ring aren’t they? It is best to avoid wireless …Arlo are similar quality to Ring aren’t they? It is best to avoid wireless if possible for security cameras.


Don’t know to be honest, only Ring product I own is the Doorbell Pro but not sure how to install it yet lol.

Why best to avoid wireless?
For long range use these would complement the Hikvision ColorVu mentioned above.

cctvdirectonline.co.uk/8mp…asp

Cheaper (£50) than PTZ (£200 to £300) and better quality (4K 8mega-pixel vs 2MP).
replicant6905/04/2020 23:15

Don’t know to be honest, only Ring product I own is the Doorbell Pro but n …Don’t know to be honest, only Ring product I own is the Doorbell Pro but not sure how to install it yet lol.Why best to avoid wireless?


Not as good picture quality and sometimes connectivity isn’t working when you want to see equals fail!
Got the 1080p version of this and would probably buy another brand if I was to buy it again.
Got this but i find the YI cameras a lot better night and a massive saving as well....and cheaper to replace if something goes wrong
cheekster05/04/2020 23:21

Not as good picture quality and sometimes connectivity isn’t working when y …Not as good picture quality and sometimes connectivity isn’t working when you want to see equals fail!


To be fair, my Arlo has been awesome, no real complaints personally. Connect well, free 7 day storage, accurate motion detection, external night COULD be better for sure though! For me personally they are good, just expensive. BUT I’m sure this isn’t the case for everyone.

I would like more cameras, it’s just the wiring side I don’t like. Can’t be digging out walls and lifting new carpets indoors, or feeding wires across to garage, it would be a nightmare. However I am going to give it some thought on the possibility.
Edited by: "replicant69" 5th Apr
Until you have night time infra red motion activated cameras you won't know all the things that are happening, I never knew we had badgers locally for example and as for what the neighbours get up to when they are supposed to be self isolating. .....
trannyboy05/04/2020 23:29

Until you have night time infra red motion activated cameras you won't …Until you have night time infra red motion activated cameras you won't know all the things that are happening, I never knew we had badgers locally for example and as for what the neighbours get up to when they are supposed to be self isolating. .....


The night time IR mode is impressive on them, I will give you that.
replicant6905/04/2020 23:26

To be fair, my Arlo has been awesome, no real complaints personally. …To be fair, my Arlo has been awesome, no real complaints personally. Connect well, free 7 day storage, accurate motion detection, external night COULD be better for sure though! For me personally they are good, just expensive. BUT I’m sure this isn’t the case for everyone.I would like more cameras, it’s just the wiring side I don’t like. Can’t be digging out walls and lifting new carpets indoors, or feeding wires across to garage, it would be a nightmare. However I am going to give it some thought on the possibility.


A friend of mine has a Ring 2 doorbell, wireless not wired because he didn’t want to see any wires or the hassle of tracing them into a newly decorated wall. He has a wifi extender in the hallway which isn’t that far from the router in the lounge. He just sent me a screenshot from the Ring app which states poor connectivity. It will connect but sometimes might take 30 seconds to load by which time you may have missed what you wanted to see. By comparison his CCTV app using wired cameras loads in 5 secs.
cheekster05/04/2020 21:30

The best quality cameras I’ve seen during night time are Hikvision C …The best quality cameras I’ve seen during night time are Hikvision ColorVu. No more B&W recordings.https://content.hikvision.com/en/core-technology/colorvu


Where can these be bought from and do u need a dvr with them
Edited by: "steevojohno" 5th Apr
cheekster05/04/2020 23:49

https://cctvdirectonline.co.uk/index.aspHaving your own DVR saves on an …https://cctvdirectonline.co.uk/index.aspHaving your own DVR saves on an annual Cloud subscription which in the case of Ring costs £80 per year which adds up over time.


Do they record on to sd card
cheekster05/04/2020 23:49

https://cctvdirectonline.co.uk/index.aspHaving your own DVR saves on an …https://cctvdirectonline.co.uk/index.aspHaving your own DVR saves on an annual Cloud subscription which in the case of Ring costs £80 per year which adds up over time.


Have to be trade?
steevojohno05/04/2020 23:52

Do they record on to sd card


Different and much more expensive cameras and system is required for SD recording. £150 per camera vs £50 per camera for the regular ones that record to DVR.
Edited by: "cheekster" 6th Apr
Annke are great, i've put in a few systems for friends / family, I also have one installed for myself. I cant fault the system, only thing i would take notice of is the 15fps on full res. I personally drop that down to get a better frame rate, i also have the bullet style cameras, if i was to buy the system again i'd probably opt for the domes purely based on how they look on the outside of your house.
replicant6905/04/2020 23:15

Don’t know to be honest, only Ring product I own is the Doorbell Pro but n …Don’t know to be honest, only Ring product I own is the Doorbell Pro but not sure how to install it yet lol.Why best to avoid wireless?


Wireless is easy to jam or hack in to honestly cables are the best connection method Loads of videos on YouTube showing people being told their home life has been getting broadcast to the internet un be known to them!
Anyone been able to extract the WiFi details from an Ankke system? They don't give it out and I want a WiFi repeater using the ankke WiFi settings so I have a stronger signal to my cameras. Google doesn't throw up anything
A51MN06/04/2020 09:10

Annke are great, i've put in a few systems for friends / family, I also …Annke are great, i've put in a few systems for friends / family, I also have one installed for myself. I cant fault the system, only thing i would take notice of is the 15fps on full res. I personally drop that down to get a better frame rate, i also have the bullet style cameras, if i was to buy the system again i'd probably opt for the domes purely based on how they look on the outside of your house.


Yep - very good point worth people being aware of RE having to drop the resolutions on these CCTV systems. On all the promotional stuff you see 4k and 8, 16, 32 channels for loads of cameras - but when you read the detailed specs I've yet to find one that supports more than 2 cameras at 4k at any one time. I think it's really misleading when you read the headlines tbh as the "box blurb" makes you think you can get all the channels operating at 4k...

Be interesting to know why this is the case - bandwidth definitely not an issue as the NVRs I've been looking at all support gigabit speeds, so must be some sort of contention on resources in the central NVR box that the cams all connect into. Contention on the disk controller and memory required perhaps? I'm assuming the cameras themselves encode to h.264 and deliver video as a transport stream, so maybe also some processing of these / repackaging must also be going on centrally...
Edited by: "joshbutleruk" 13th Apr
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