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Swann 4 Channel Security System: DVR-4580 with 1TB HDD + 2 x 1080p Thermal Sensing Camera £111.86 @ Amazon
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Swann 4 Channel Security System: DVR-4580 with 1TB HDD + 2 x 1080p Thermal Sensing Camera £111.86 @ Amazon

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Swann 4 Channel Security System: DVR-4580 with 1TB HDD + 2 x 1080p Thermal Sensing Camera £111.86 @ Amazon
Posted 26th Jul 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Swann Pro-1080MSB thermal-sensing security camera.

Packed with the latest CCTV technology, this four-channel security system suits small properties. With two cameras already included, you can add two more to cover any blind spots.

Let Swann be there for you when you can be. The true detect thermal motion sensing auto records and alerts you when it detects warm moving objects.

See your home on your phone, live or playback, from anywhere in the world, while dropbox integration uploads still images to the cloud, so that you have evidence safely stored off-site.

Features:

True detect thermal sensing security system
accurate push notifications
QuickShot cloud saves snapshots to your dropbox account
QuickShot cloud lets you quickly review recordings from multiple cameras
Quick review plays back various recordings from a single camera
HomeSafe view app.
Expand your system: Add two more cameras for a total of four to cover all blinds spots.
Instantly link your phone to the DVR (works with the DVR 4575 four channel digital video recorder).
View your home on your phone: See the cameras live and play back recordings on your smartphone or tablet, no matter where you are in the world with the HomeSafe view app
massive surveillance grade hard drive with a massive 1 TB HDD for continuous surveillance recording
weatherproof cameras built for any climatewith IP66 weatherproof rating.
See everything day or nightwith the infrared night vision which automatically kicks in as the night falls.
Smart search easily finds recorded incidents by searching a specific image area.
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