Two Camera Four Channel CCTV  (HD 1080p) only £199.99 @ Screwfix
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Two Camera Four Channel CCTV (HD 1080p) only £199.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 14th Sep 2016
Protect your home with this state-of-the-art 1080p DVR with HD DVD recording, high resolution, live viewing and playback. Displays sharper and detailed 1080p images with true colour picture during the day and clear images at night. Features 15 frames per second for a real-time fluid movement to the video. Includes 2 x 2MP surveillance cameras, each capable of producing crisp DVD-quality video. Expandable by adding up to 2 more cameras. View in splitscreen or one camera at a time. With a 1TB capacity hard drive for approximately 160 days of continuous recording or even longer when using the motion detection settings. With easy to use menus to easily locate incident video and then transfer it to the network or a USB drive. Perfect for any home or business, internally or externall

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Looks interesting, but it's £169 (plus postage) at Laptops Direct -

laptopsdirect.co.uk/box…HAQ

It's open box, but a bit of as saving. Anyone have 1st hand experience of this model. I'm looking for a reasonably priced set up.

Expensive

linhang90

Expensive



​let me guess expensive as compared to eBay.

I have this kit set up in my parents for the past year almost and currently installing my own. Incredibly easy to install and the UI is a lot friendlier and polished looking compared to other brands. Remote viewing is just the scan of a barcode using the swannview app

Someone installed this same system for me for £170 including parts. Does the job, haven't had any issues since installation 4/5 months ago

AshleyJones94

Someone installed this same system for me for £170 including parts. Does … Someone installed this same system for me for £170 including parts. Does the job, haven't had any issues since installation 4/5 months ago


Hi - do you have contact details of that installer?

jack249

Hi - do you have contact details of that installer?



​would also like to know

yes me tooo

1TB capacity hard drive for approximately 160 days of continuous recording, I don't think so.
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