Wireless Security Camera System £139.99 Sold by CtronicssecuritycamerasUK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Wireless Security Camera System £139.99 Sold by CtronicssecuritycamerasUK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 20th Dec 2017
Bit of a bargain with 4 night vision cameras included. Watch out big brother is watching. Grab a bargain whilst you can.

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TokyoGhoul35 m ago

Anyone had experience of this model and brand?


looks VERY like the Annke model I bought from aliexpress, although my cameras are 1080p. It's an OK system, but don't expect those cameras to read car number plates or make out faces clearly at 3m+. Major downside is - you can only use the built-in wifi network (not your own wifi) and unless all the cameras are in the same location and pretty much in direct line-of-sight with the NVR, you're gonna need some antenna extensions to pick-up the weak wifi signal. I would go for a PoE or cable-connected alternative if I had the choice again.
Edited by: "s24adm" 20th Dec 2017
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Anyone had experience of this model and brand?
That seems a great price for WiFi cameras and hdd installed. Have some heat
Free HDMI cable or DC Plug extension through Promotions too.
No power cables?
I used to sell stuff like this at work, it was amazing how many people couldn't grasp the fact the cameras needed plugging into a power source, because they're described as 'wireless'
Cheers OP, just ordered. Heat added.
TokyoGhoul35 m ago

Anyone had experience of this model and brand?


looks VERY like the Annke model I bought from aliexpress, although my cameras are 1080p. It's an OK system, but don't expect those cameras to read car number plates or make out faces clearly at 3m+. Major downside is - you can only use the built-in wifi network (not your own wifi) and unless all the cameras are in the same location and pretty much in direct line-of-sight with the NVR, you're gonna need some antenna extensions to pick-up the weak wifi signal. I would go for a PoE or cable-connected alternative if I had the choice again.
Edited by: "s24adm" 20th Dec 2017
s24adm6 m ago

looks VERY like the Annke model I bought from aliexpress, although my …looks VERY like the Annke model I bought from aliexpress, although my cameras are 1080p. It's an OK system, but don't expect those cameras to read car number plates or make out faces clearly at 3m+. Major downside is - you can only use the built-in wifi network (not your own wifi) and unless all the cameras are in the same location and pretty much in direct line-of-sight with the NVR, you're gonna need some antenna extensions to pick-up the weak wifi signal. I would go for a PoE or cable-connected alternative if I had the choice again.


That's a great heads up there. Might go for a different set up
Edited by: "TokyoGhoul" 20th Dec 2017
s24adm4 h, 3 m ago

looks VERY like the Annke model I bought from aliexpress, although my …looks VERY like the Annke model I bought from aliexpress, although my cameras are 1080p. It's an OK system, but don't expect those cameras to read car number plates or make out faces clearly at 3m+. Major downside is - you can only use the built-in wifi network (not your own wifi) and unless all the cameras are in the same location and pretty much in direct line-of-sight with the NVR, you're gonna need some antenna extensions to pick-up the weak wifi signal. I would go for a PoE or cable-connected alternative if I had the choice again.



I was tempted for all of a minute, then I read your post. Thx for the heads up.
Absolute shi**, don't waste your money, Hikvision NVR and Cheapish onvif IP camera , way to go.
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