Swann DVR8-4580 8 Channel 1080p Digital Video Recorder with 4 x 1080p Thermal Sensing PRO-1080MSB Bullet Cameras (Free delivery) @ Costco online
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Swann DVR8-4580 8 Channel 1080p Digital Video Recorder with 4 x 1080p Thermal Sensing PRO-1080MSB Bullet Cameras (Free delivery) @ Costco online

£249.99Costco Deals
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Found 9th JulEdited by:"KatsudonVince"
Innovative Thermal-Sensing Motion Detection Technology
This system features Swann’s True Detect PIR Thermal Sensing

technology to reliably detect heat-generating moving objects, such as

people, large pets & cars. With more accurate motion detection you

have more reliable notifications & recording, eliminating false

triggers such as falling leaves, bugs, rain & more, saving you hard

drive space & playback time.
You’ll always know what’s happening with Swann’s surveillance

technology. The 1080p live and recorded video is 4.5x better than the

DVD quality (960H or 480p) used in most DIY home security systems. Peace

of mind comes from being able to see activity in Full HD, with easy

identification of facial detail, license plates and clothing patterns.

Massive 1TB HDD for 365 days of recordings

Based on accurate sensing of security events involving people, at

lowest motion settings, this will be enough for over 365 days of

footage. With such massive storage, you can come back from your long

holidays and still find recordings from quite a while back.

Cameras
This CCTV system comes with 4 weatherproof PRO-1080MSB security

cameras built tough for the outdoors or indoors. See in the dark up to

30m at night or up to 40m in ambient light with the camera’s powerful

infrared night vision.

Convenience
The HomeSafe Views app ensures you’ll always be connected to your

home or business, allowing you to see the cameras on your phone or

tablet. You can even search the recordings to play them back, wherever

you are in the world.
Keep an eye on your kids, babysitter, tradespeople, pets and

everything else that matters to you and your family. If you have a

business, you can always see the cashier, storeroom, warehouse and check

in on your staff’s safety and performance. And of course, in case

anything happens, you’ll have video evidence in 1080p Full HD.

Features:
Resolution: 1080p (2MP)
  • Night Vision Distance: 30m or up to 40m in ambient light
  • Viewing Angle: 102°
  • Weatherproof cameras built for any climate
  • Massive 1TB surveillance grade hard drive
  • Cable Type: BNC (DVR)
  • Instantly link your phone to the DVR via the HomeSafe View app
  • True Detect thermal sensing motion detection
  • Accurate push notifications
  • Smart Search easily finds recorded incidents by searching a specfic image area
  • QuickShot Cloud lets you quickl review recordings from multiple cameras
  • QuickReview plays back various recordings from a single camera

What's In The Box:
DVR 4580 8 Channel DVR with 1TB Hard Drive
  • PRO-1080MSB 1080p Cameras x 4
  • BNC Cables 60ft / 18m x 4
  • Ethernet Cable
  • HDMI Cable
  • Power Adapter & Splitter
  • Mouse
  • Mounting Screws & Plugs
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Theft Deterrent Stickers
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Bought an earlier version from Costco a few months ago. Great systems. Only issue were that BNC connectors are rather large to get through walls etc but solved that by buying BNC to Cat5 converters and running cat5 cable through walls and along trunking. Email alerts work well (you can set up times so don't have them running at night as mine, which are not thermal, kept sending me alerts every time an insect flew past!). Homesafe view works well with Android phone and I've also got a monitor permanently attached as it sits on a shelf in my cupboard. Camera quality is great and it seems to detect movement really well and from quite a distance (I get alerts when cars pass the front of my house, but as I live on a lane with only a farm beyond me this works quite well for me). Even managed to get some good stills of birds!
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You can add the £15 off when spending more than £100 online to bring the price down to £235
They do good kettle's too
mogsog6 m ago

I wanted a hikvision setup, it came out looking very costly. If you find …I wanted a hikvision setup, it came out looking very costly. If you find a cheap setup let me know.


use voucher code TRADE25 for 25% off all Hikvision products at netviewcctv.co.uk
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They do good kettle's too
You can add the £15 off when spending more than £100 online to bring the price down to £235
Bought an earlier version from Costco a few months ago. Great systems. Only issue were that BNC connectors are rather large to get through walls etc but solved that by buying BNC to Cat5 converters and running cat5 cable through walls and along trunking. Email alerts work well (you can set up times so don't have them running at night as mine, which are not thermal, kept sending me alerts every time an insect flew past!). Homesafe view works well with Android phone and I've also got a monitor permanently attached as it sits on a shelf in my cupboard. Camera quality is great and it seems to detect movement really well and from quite a distance (I get alerts when cars pass the front of my house, but as I live on a lane with only a farm beyond me this works quite well for me). Even managed to get some good stills of birds!
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would have been more interested if the cameras were POE instead of BNC. I am intruiged by thermal though
how good are they at night and do you need to buy anything else (like cable) to get it up and working?
I'm looking for some POE Hikvision ones with Thermal Sensing - anyone know of any?
InTheKnow44412 m ago

IS THIS AS GOOD AT …IS THIS AS GOOD AT £169https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00WLJ3NUM?tag=22&th=1



Seems a better buy but hard to go by reviews on amazon as so many are fake / sponsored now.
RudeYute20 m ago

I'm looking for some POE Hikvision ones with Thermal Sensing - anyone know …I'm looking for some POE Hikvision ones with Thermal Sensing - anyone know of any?


I wanted a hikvision setup, it came out looking very costly. If you find a cheap setup let me know.
mogsog6 m ago

I wanted a hikvision setup, it came out looking very costly. If you find …I wanted a hikvision setup, it came out looking very costly. If you find a cheap setup let me know.


use voucher code TRADE25 for 25% off all Hikvision products at netviewcctv.co.uk
ianmcleod1 h, 40 m ago

Bought an earlier version from Costco a few months ago. Great systems. …Bought an earlier version from Costco a few months ago. Great systems. Only issue were that BNC connectors are rather large to get through walls etc but solved that by buying BNC to Cat5 converters and running cat5 cable through walls and along trunking. Email alerts work well (you can set up times so don't have them running at night as mine, which are not thermal, kept sending me alerts every time an insect flew past!). Homesafe view works well with Android phone and I've also got a monitor permanently attached as it sits on a shelf in my cupboard. Camera quality is great and it seems to detect movement really well and from quite a distance (I get alerts when cars pass the front of my house, but as I live on a lane with only a farm beyond me this works quite well for me). Even managed to get some good stills of birds! [Image]


Could you not just cut the cables and put on a new BNC connector?
jayzy158 m ago

use voucher code TRADE25 for 25% off all Hikvision products at …use voucher code TRADE25 for 25% off all Hikvision products at netviewcctv.co.uk


Thanks DS-7608NI-I2/8P looks good.
I've previously had Swann stuff but found that their support is pretty useless. They have a tendency to just drop support for products and bring out a new version rather than fix bugs in the old ones.
mogsog37 m ago

Thanks DS-7608NI-I2/8P looks good.


Thats one of the best NVR's around even better than 4K, can take up to 12MP IP cameras, that 6X 1080P !
Hikvision POE is the way forward. My setup was about £270 for 2 cameras, 2 TB WD purple drive, NVR, box of Cat5 and plugs.
4MP cameras with decent night IR.
if you look closely, you will see Hikvision being used in banks, forecourts and shops all over the place now. Certainly seem to be leading the way in CCTV these days
adamck5 m ago

Hikvision POE is the way forward. My setup was about £270 for 2 cameras, 2 …Hikvision POE is the way forward. My setup was about £270 for 2 cameras, 2 TB WD purple drive, NVR, box of Cat5 and plugs.4MP cameras with decent night IR.if you look closely, you will see Hikvision being used in banks, forecourts and shops all over the place now. Certainly seem to be leading the way in CCTV these days



any chance you could link to which exact things you purchased please
Cheers
I'm looking to get a big setup, maybe 8 cameras, so very interested in what people recommend is the best.

I was contemplating getting some direct from aliexpress/Alibaba/China but don't know where to start with so much junk and fakes out there.

If anyone has recommendations of what is worth paying extra money for high quality, would be very interested.
jayzy12 h, 10 m ago

use voucher code TRADE25 for 25% off all Hikvision products at …use voucher code TRADE25 for 25% off all Hikvision products at netviewcctv.co.uk


this site you linked seems very cheap, is it legit? Also TRADE25 doesn't seem to work.
FlyGuyUK7 m ago

I'm looking to get a big setup, maybe 8 cameras, so very interested in …I'm looking to get a big setup, maybe 8 cameras, so very interested in what people recommend is the best.I was contemplating getting some direct from aliexpress/Alibaba/China but don't know where to start with so much junk and fakes out there.If anyone has recommendations of what is worth paying extra money for high quality, would be very interested.


if you want good quality at night as a priority, I've read loads of rave reviews about Dahua Starlight 2MP cameras, but the best resource is ipcamtalk forum. Warning: they are extremely passionate about these Dahuas, any attempt to find alternatives and you end up being savaged on their forum!
y_am_I_buying_this1 h, 25 m ago

Could you not just cut the cables and put on a new BNC connector?



BNC & Power connectors required. Cat5 cable takes power and signal. Single cable does both jobs rather than 2 cables.
josh9714 m ago

if you want good quality at night as a priority, I've read loads of rave …if you want good quality at night as a priority, I've read loads of rave reviews about Dahua Starlight 2MP cameras, but the best resource is ipcamtalk forum. Warning: they are extremely passionate about these Dahuas, any attempt to find alternatives and you end up being savaged on their forum!


Lol, I'll give it a read.

I live on a street without street lights, so need good night vision capability.
FlyGuyUK1 m ago

Lol, I'll give it a read.I live on a street without street lights, so need …Lol, I'll give it a read.I live on a street without street lights, so need good night vision capability.


Despite their enthusiasm for the Dahua Starlights bordering on bezerk, from what I've seen of them (sample footage and comparisons between brands etc) they're the ones I'd go for in your situation. They're around £130 imported from China.
If you want simplicity at a decent price, look for the Hik POC (power over co-ax) systems. Just like POE cameras it's just the one cable to run, my 3 cameras with back boxes, DVR, 1TB hdd, 100m RG59 and a hand full of BNC's, £298.And as above, the 2mp cameras seem to perform better at night, so don't get all excited buying the higher MP thinking it will be better.
Code SUMMER15 brings price down to £234.99
FlyGuyUK34 m ago

I'm looking to get a big setup, maybe 8 cameras, so very interested in …I'm looking to get a big setup, maybe 8 cameras, so very interested in what people recommend is the best.I was contemplating getting some direct from aliexpress/Alibaba/China but don't know where to start with so much junk and fakes out there.If anyone has recommendations of what is worth paying extra money for high quality, would be very interested.


I've personally found people citing bad experiences with the Chinese hik stuff. Firmware locked and very different interfaces with difficult support. Don't know of anybody has had a positive experience with a particular product.
2 questions
Are the cameras wireless ?
Do you get live updates when a camera is set off to the app
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Another £15 off when you order online
Edited by: "moss2" 9th Jul
Can this be viewed on a mobile device?
InTheKnow4449th Jul

how good are they at night and do you need to buy anything else (like …how good are they at night and do you need to buy anything else (like cable) to get it up and working?


It'll come with the cables. It's BNC and power in one cable moulded together. I believe it's 18m cable, so plenty if you're going into th3 attic for example
y_am_I_buying_this2 h, 49 m ago

Could you not just cut the cables and put on a new BNC connector?


No reason why not, cut the 2 connectors off one end, feed the wires through holes, then either solder the wires back together or get new connectors for the ends
mogsog4 h, 33 m ago

I wanted a hikvision setup, it came out looking very costly. If you find …I wanted a hikvision setup, it came out looking very costly. If you find a cheap setup let me know.


Pay cheap pay twice,hikvision is brilliant hence the price hiwatch is hikvision buget range
josh9712 h, 15 m ago

if you want good quality at night as a priority, I've read loads of rave …if you want good quality at night as a priority, I've read loads of rave reviews about Dahua Starlight 2MP cameras, but the best resource is ipcamtalk forum. Warning: they are extremely passionate about these Dahuas, any attempt to find alternatives and you end up being savaged on their forum!


I second the above as I have five of Dahua Starlight 2MP cameras, they are excellent for the night vision when theres no street lights. It was between HikVision and Dahlia, after a thorough research I committed to latter and don't regret it.
josh9713 h, 14 m ago

this site you linked seems very cheap, is it legit? Also TRADE25 doesn't …this site you linked seems very cheap, is it legit? Also TRADE25 doesn't seem to work.

TRADE25 works on all Hikvision products excl hard drives & hiwatch range which is Hikvisions budget range but still impressively very good for the price.
The Hiwatch 1080P all inclusive kits offer a very god deal: netviewcctv.co.uk/cct…its
InTheKnow4446 h, 13 m ago

how good are they at night and do you need to buy anything else (like …how good are they at night and do you need to buy anything else (like cable) to get it up and working?


They're very good and clear both day and night. This is a fantastic deal, I purchased the same deal last year and paid £299 for it in the sale at Maplin. The cameras reduce the number of false alerts as there has to be heat detected in addition to movement. Most camera alert on movement alone.

If you're in the market for a CCTV system this is definitely worth getting at this price.
mogsog6 h, 7 m ago

I wanted a hikvision setup, it came out looking very costly. If you find …I wanted a hikvision setup, it came out looking very costly. If you find a cheap setup let me know.


I've had a Hikvison set up for a few years now. Absolutely superb. Apparently the budget range they came out with recently also has decent cameras.
I got Arlo Pro, a lot more expensive but it works really well, I love it, with 7 days rolling free cloud storage. I have 4 cameras going, decent picture quality in particular the Pro 2 camera. No wiring and I set a new camera up in 5 mins. Not as good picture as Hikvision etc but good enough. I can also talk through it and set off a 100 decibel alarm.
Edited by: "wakeywarrior" 10th Jul
Is there any way to link this with an audible eg bell box?
Do you still have to be a member to buy from Costco online?
If the thief is clever they'll take the HDD which makes it pretty useless. You need to record online.
FlyGuyUK7 h, 57 m ago

I'm looking to get a big setup, maybe 8 cameras, so very interested in …I'm looking to get a big setup, maybe 8 cameras, so very interested in what people recommend is the best.I was contemplating getting some direct from aliexpress/Alibaba/China but don't know where to start with so much junk and fakes out there.If anyone has recommendations of what is worth paying extra money for high quality, would be very interested.


Ive have a some stock of these if your in London.
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