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EZVIZ Full HD 1080p 8 Channel, 4 x 1080p Bullet Cameras & 1TB DVR CCTV Kit £98.56 - Ebay/Ebuyer
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EZVIZ Full HD 1080p 8 Channel, 4 x 1080p Bullet Cameras & 1TB DVR CCTV Kit £98.56 - Ebay/Ebuyer

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Posted 8th Jan

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Ezviz
is a subsidiary of Hikvision. The parent company is one of the biggest names in the video surveillance manufacturing industry, so Ezviz has plenty of resources at their disposal to create a high-quality line of home security cameras.

EZVIZ Full HD 1080p 8 Channel, 4 x 1080p Bullet Cameras & 1TB DVR CCTV Kit1080p @ 30fps recording
30m night vision
IP66 weatherproof rating
Motion detection
90° wide angle view

The BD2824B1 Kit combines a comprehensive Digital Video Recorder (DVR) that has a 1TB memory capacity included to ensure you capture every moment, as well as four Weatherproof (IP66) 1080p analogue cameras, giving you a complete HD security solution.

The DVR is capable of holding up to 8 high definition analogue cameras and enables the option to have multi-split monitoring to help cover all of your home or stores.

Furthermore, you can use the Ezviz app & PC/Mac Suite to manage, view and save recordings of the DVR and cameras.

Superb clear night vision of up to 30m means you can be rest assured you will achieve great footage results even at night.

Motion detection alerts can be sent to your smartphone via the Ezviz app when one of your cameras picks up movement.

Advanced multi-layer security and end-to-end video encryption protect your video and data from unauthorised access.

Features
  • 8 Channel
  • 4 x 1080p Analogue Cameras
  • 107.5° Viewing Angles
  • 100ft/ 30m Distance
  • IP66 Weatherproof Rating
  • Night Vision & Motion Detection
  • DVR and Remote Access via EZVIZ app
  • Works with IFTTT and EZVIZ Alarm systems

Whats in the box

  • DVR x 1
  • 1080p camera x 4
  • 18 meters power extension cable x 4
  • 2 meters HDMI Cable x 1
  • 2 meters Ethernet Cable x 1
  • Power Adapter x 2
  • 1-4 power cable x 1
  • USB Cable x 1
  • USB mouse x 1
  • Mounting Screw bags x 4
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Anyone know if these are visible on Amazon echo shows and Google home hub's?
cyberdragon08/01/2020 14:26

Anyone know if these are visible on Amazon echo shows and Google home …Anyone know if these are visible on Amazon echo shows and Google home hub's?


interested in this too, there's deffo an EZVIZ skill you can add to Alexa but having not yet got round to fitting mine (i bought the same set last year to upgrade an existing set up) I can't check for myself
This system looks good for the price. Has anyone got one? If so, please share your view on it.

Also, I have moved in to a house where there are cameras installed with BNC connectors. They all come in to a room where the DVR device must have been. However, the previous owner has taken that with them. Can l use the old cabling that’s already in place with this system? Also, how easy is it to disconnect the old cameras (but keep the cables) and connect it to the new ones? Sorry, I am new to this.

My Internet router is in another room and it’s not possible to run a cable. Can I plug in a WiFi extender in to this system to be able to connect the system to the Internet? I already have good signal in this room where DVR is to be placed.

Thank you all in advance!
Edited by: "kyadealhai" 8th Jan
actually i just brought a Swann CCTV from Costco, then found out this brand is quite reliable according to review.
maybe return the Swann and buy this instead!

Hope someone have this system can share the review.
Thanks
kyadealhai08/01/2020 14:54

This system looks good for the price. Has anyone got one? If so, please …This system looks good for the price. Has anyone got one? If so, please share your view on it. Also, I have moved in to a house where there are cameras installed with BNC connectors. They all come in to a room where the DVR device must have been. However, the previous owner has taken that with them. Can l use the old cabling that’s already in place with this system? Also, how easy is it to disconnect the old cameras (but keep the cables) and connect it to the new ones? Sorry, I am new to this. My Internet router is in another room and it’s not possible to run a cable. Can I plug in a WiFi extender in to this system to be able to connect the system to the Internet? I already have good signal in this room where DVR is to be placed. Thank you all in advance!


I have one , I’ve seen reviews where people use other branded wires the picture then gets overlays from other things as interference.

They are pretty decent systems to be honest , TV & phone supported.
bravo2zero108/01/2020 15:05

I have one , I’ve seen reviews where people use other branded wires the p …I have one , I’ve seen reviews where people use other branded wires the picture then gets overlays from other things as interference. They are pretty decent systems to be honest , TV & phone supported.


How's the night view?
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kyadealhai08/01/2020 14:54

This system looks good for the price. Has anyone got one? If so, please …This system looks good for the price. Has anyone got one? If so, please share your view on it. Also, I have moved in to a house where there are cameras installed with BNC connectors. They all come in to a room where the DVR device must have been. However, the previous owner has taken that with them. Can l use the old cabling that’s already in place with this system? Also, how easy is it to disconnect the old cameras (but keep the cables) and connect it to the new ones? Sorry, I am new to this. My Internet router is in another room and it’s not possible to run a cable. Can I plug in a WiFi extender in to this system to be able to connect the system to the Internet? I already have good signal in this room where DVR is to be placed. Thank you all in advance!


As far as WIFI ours in plugged into Apple time capsule which is an extender so cant see you’ll have any issues there.

The HDD on these can be a bit loud too , I have mine in the living room and there’s a constant humming of the disk spinning.
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Night vision quality.
All 4 cameras need to be wired into the DVR or are they wifi?
bravo2zero108/01/2020 15:11

As far as WIFI ours in plugged into Apple time capsule which is an …As far as WIFI ours in plugged into Apple time capsule which is an extender so cant see you’ll have any issues there. The HDD on these can be a bit loud too , I have mine in the living room and there’s a constant humming of the disk spinning.


Thanks - can you record audio/sound or that’s not possible?
kyadealhai08/01/2020 15:32

Thanks - can you record audio/sound or that’s not possible?


It has audio recording however just when enabled it just appears to be static crackles.
Ok, so it doesn’t actually work properly.
What size are the 'bullet' cameras?
fwog08/01/2020 15:45

What size are the 'bullet' cameras?


Can of coke size inc the mount.
kyadealhai08/01/2020 14:54

This system looks good for the price. Has anyone got one? If so, please …This system looks good for the price. Has anyone got one? If so, please share your view on it. Also, I have moved in to a house where there are cameras installed with BNC connectors. They all come in to a room where the DVR device must have been. However, the previous owner has taken that with them. Can l use the old cabling that’s already in place with this system? Also, how easy is it to disconnect the old cameras (but keep the cables) and connect it to the new ones? Sorry, I am new to this. My Internet router is in another room and it’s not possible to run a cable. Can I plug in a WiFi extender in to this system to be able to connect the system to the Internet? I already have good signal in this room where DVR is to be placed. Thank you all in advance!


Can't see anyone answer about the BNC connectors. We recently purchased this and we had a cheap floureon CCTV system which used BNC cameras - I haven't had chance to swap over the cameras but connected up the old cameras to the new Ezviz system without issue. When you do swap the camera's you can keep the long cable and switch over the actual camera and short bit of cable. Hope that helps.

Unsure about the Wifi Extender, but probably, yes.
wwfc_barmy_army08/01/2020 15:57

Can't see anyone answer about the BNC connectors. We recently purchased …Can't see anyone answer about the BNC connectors. We recently purchased this and we had a cheap floureon CCTV system which used BNC cameras - I haven't had chance to swap over the cameras but connected up the old cameras to the new Ezviz system without issue. When you do swap the camera's you can keep the long cable and switch over the actual camera and short bit of cable. Hope that helps.Unsure about the Wifi Extender, but probably, yes.


That’s good to know. Thank you. It will save me doing the cabling work if the existing one works.

Which other short cable are you referring to?

Also, where do you plug in the power cables please for the cameras?
Got 2 cameras set for £60 from ebayer since November. Very happy with installation and quality. 1TB drive enough for 2 weeks loop recording in 1080p. Just had to cut and resolder the wiring to avoid drilling through 60cm wall with massive drill
Edited by: "jakbli" 8th Jan
jakbli08/01/2020 16:05

Got 2 cameras set for £60 from ebayer since November. Very happy with …Got 2 cameras set for £60 from ebayer since November. Very happy with installation and quality. 1TB drive enough for 2 weeks loop recording in 1080p. Just had to cut and resolder the wiring to avoid drilling through 60cm wall with massive drill


That's a good point. Can anyone confirm the hole size you'd have to drill to pass the cable through as is (without cutting off connectors etc).
Thanks in advance.
richb301208/01/2020 16:43

That's a good point. Can anyone confirm the hole size you'd have to drill …That's a good point. Can anyone confirm the hole size you'd have to drill to pass the cable through as is (without cutting off connectors etc).Thanks in advance.


My biggest drill ø16 was just for the job but decided to cut off and drill one hole ø6 for both cameras and power.
I bought the Sannce PoE 2mp 4x 1080p cameras with a hard drive (I wanted to buy a decent quality one), cost was £85 for the CCTV system plus the hard drive cost.

So far, it's been excellent and it meant only one cable needed to be fed through an external wall per camera.

I bought it from eBay btw.

Also, I've noticed the listing for this deal above doesn't state the number of megapixels per camera (unless I've missed it) but I'd I'd recommend a minimum of 2mp, if you can afford it, go for 5mp or even 8mp cameras. The reason I say this is; the higher the megapixels the more you'll be able to zoom into footage without it pixelation (search on YouTube for 2mp vs 5mp vs 8mp CCTV).
Edited by: "Dakota777" 8th Jan
Bought. Ta muchly
Is it possible to increase hard drive capacity. Put in bigger drive?
jakbli08/01/2020 17:25

My biggest drill ø16 was just for the job but decided to cut off and drill …My biggest drill ø16 was just for the job but decided to cut off and drill one hole ø6 for both cameras and power.


Good to know, thanks
pKaTz08/01/2020 18:08

Is it possible to increase hard drive capacity. Put in bigger drive?


If you do you will damage the warranty sticker as it cover one of the screw
Edited by: "jakbli" 8th Jan
Bought this for £125 last year.
Still needs installing but tested fully.
Plan to have it no in the living room and combined with a powerline ethernet plug and worked fine. Now just need the weather to get better before I get the ladder out to install camera. Also attached a annke camera I had lying about and that worked fine too.
This is a steal.
Didn't know about amazon skill. Let me know too if anyone gets it working.
richb301208/01/2020 16:43

That's a good point. Can anyone confirm the hole size you'd have to drill …That's a good point. Can anyone confirm the hole size you'd have to drill to pass the cable through as is (without cutting off connectors etc).Thanks in advance.


15mm - intalled exact same kit few months ago
Can someone please let me know how I can connect this to my router for the internet connection?

The router is in my living room and it’s not possible to run a cable to the DVR from there.
Wow, bargain. If i didnt have a camera system i would be all over this!
kyadealhai08/01/2020 20:37

Can someone please let me know how I can connect this to my router for the …Can someone please let me know how I can connect this to my router for the internet connection? The router is in my living room and it’s not possible to run a cable to the DVR from there.


Powerline!!?
bravo2zero108/01/2020 15:08

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pic quality looks terrible though, far worse than my nest doorbell lol
royals09/01/2020 00:18

pic quality looks terrible though, far worse than my nest doorbell lol


They are screen shots rather than a downloaded file.
royals09/01/2020 00:18

pic quality looks terrible though, far worse than my nest doorbell lol


Downloaded via the app
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bravo2zero109/01/2020 05:51

Downloaded via the app [Image]


that's really quite good to be fair, thanks for sharing (like i said earlier in the thread I bought one of these last year to upgrade my 720p CCTV system but haven't got round to doing so yet)
bravo2zero108/01/2020 15:56

Can of coke size inc the mount.


More like missiles then bullets then ? 😁
kyadealhai08/01/2020 20:37

Can someone please let me know how I can connect this to my router for the …Can someone please let me know how I can connect this to my router for the internet connection? The router is in my living room and it’s not possible to run a cable to the DVR from there.


Get a powerline
bkpatel09/01/2020 12:04

Get a powerline


Thanks - I have the WiFi Mesh solution below. These devices have network/Ethernet ports. Would plugging the DVR to this device also work?

amazon.co.uk/TP-…5XZ
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