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EZVIZ Full HD 1080p 8 Channel, 4 x 1080p Bullet Cameras & 1TB DVR CCTV Kit for £98.56 With Code Delivered @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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EZVIZ Full HD 1080p 8 Channel, 4 x 1080p Bullet Cameras & 1TB DVR CCTV Kit for £98.56 With Code Delivered @ Ebuyer / Ebay

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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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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.
3357964.jpgThe 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.3357964.jpgMotion detection alerts can be sent to your smartphone via the Ezviz app when one of your cameras picks up movement.3357964.jpgAdvanced multi-layer security and end-to-end video encryption protect your video and data from unauthorised access.

*A HikVision Company

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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18 Comments
Have heat.
even though , relatively speaking it’s crap compared to professional equipment...,
its AMAZING value and an order of magnitude better than nothing at all.

just remember, criminals will approach the easiest target.
Theres a better chance of them moving on if they see an obvious camera
£123.20 on ebay (pre discount)


£ 104.99 on ebuyer.com
ebuyer.com/879…4b1


Scumbags.
Edited by: "dijital" 7th Dec 2019
Good price for under £100 but I got an 8 channel dvr with 4 x 3mp bullet cameras and 2tb hard drive for £129.99 off amazon when you tick to apply the £30 voucher. So better quality pics and double the hard drive for an extra £30 if you can afford it amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B07PTPHPBV?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title

Only 1 left it says...
Edited by: "OFAH" 7th Dec 2019
Does anyone know if this is GDPR compliant for business use?
Does it work with Alexa, ie, view live video via the Echo Show?
Bleugh07/12/2019 10:17

Have heat.even though , relatively speaking it’s crap compared to p …Have heat.even though , relatively speaking it’s crap compared to professional equipment...,its AMAZING value and an order of magnitude better than nothing at all.just remember, criminals will approach the easiest target. Theres a better chance of them moving on if they see an obvious camera


As a generalisation this is true. Make your home look protected and others easier. I always recommend visible alarm systems before cctv in order of priority but before you spend any money simply make it look like you are at home, simple timer switches on lights etc
Edited by: "BlackCloud" 7th Dec 2019
bob_regis07/12/2019 11:11

Does anyone know if this is GDPR compliant for business use?

Umm? If you’re asking that question, do you even understand the question?

it most definitely IS if you don’t connect it to the net and password protect it and have relevant procedures in place regarding access to images.
richb301207/12/2019 11:23

Does it work with Alexa, ie, view live video via the Echo Show?


Ask Siri or OK google
Bleugh07/12/2019 10:17

Have heat.even though , relatively speaking it’s crap compared to p …Have heat.even though , relatively speaking it’s crap compared to professional equipment...,its AMAZING value and an order of magnitude better than nothing at all.just remember, criminals will approach the easiest target. Theres a better chance of them moving on if they see an obvious camera


Yeah but Anal ogue cameras man
Bleugh07/12/2019 11:41

Umm? If you’re asking that question, do you even understand the q …Umm? If you’re asking that question, do you even understand the question?it most definitely IS if you don’t connect it to the net and password protect it and have relevant procedures in place regarding access to images.


Complete and utter rubbish, do you know how many CCTV systems have had manufactures back door access over the years, man I've lost count.
How prices have come down, 20 years ago I remember paying £129 for 1 analogue cctv camera in B&Q with leads to plug into a Video recorder. It looked it had been made by a child and was very poor quality, with the case filling with mist and bugs and dust. It had no night vision either. We should all really appreciate how much the cost of TECH has come down. This is an amazing deal, voted HOT.
Edited by: "MisterNippy" 7th Dec 2019
Bleugh07/12/2019 11:41

Umm? If you’re asking that question, do you even understand the q …Umm? If you’re asking that question, do you even understand the question?it most definitely IS if you don’t connect it to the net and password protect it and have relevant procedures in place regarding access to images.


I should have been clearer. If this is connected to the internet does this have any assurances with respect to GDPR?
bob_regis07/12/2019 13:12

I should have been clearer. If this is connected to the internet does this …I should have been clearer. If this is connected to the internet does this have any assurances with respect to GDPR?


Depends on your organisations ability to host protected content for remote access.

there are many ways it can comply to GDPR.

in your case, it probably doesn’t
ukez07/12/2019 11:55

Complete and utter rubbish, do you know how many CCTV systems have had …Complete and utter rubbish, do you know how many CCTV systems have had manufactures back door access over the years, man I've lost count.


I’m well aware
ukez07/12/2019 11:55

Complete and utter rubbish, do you know how many CCTV systems have had …Complete and utter rubbish, do you know how many CCTV systems have had manufactures back door access over the years, man I've lost count.


Or installers... Sala in the mortuary
anyone has a recommendation for a 3 camera CCTV with motion sensor and good low light sensor?
a bonce would be mobile app with it that motion alerts ..
bob_regis07/12/2019 13:12

I should have been clearer. If this is connected to the internet does this …I should have been clearer. If this is connected to the internet does this have any assurances with respect to GDPR?


I would suggest running a VPN server on the LAN to provide secure, encrypted remote access to your CCTV system, so you can keep the CCTV system segregated from the internet and don't have to rely on the CCTV manufacturer maintaining support or risk flashing updates.

I run openvpn, a timeserver and email relay on one of my openwrt flashed routers to provide remote access to my IP cameras, although they are fairly low bitrate. A raspberry PI would probably be man enough to do the job and I believe I've seen a PI VPN distro.
Edited by: "melted" 7th Dec 2019
Code not applying for me.
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