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Xenta CCTV System - 4 Channel Full HD DVR with two Full HD Black Dome Cameras for £69.99 delivered @ EBuyer
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Xenta CCTV System - 4 Channel Full HD DVR with two Full HD Black Dome Cameras for £69.99 delivered @ EBuyer

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Posted 8th Oct

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If you are worried about prowlers or just want your home to feel more secure, check out this HD CCTV system from Xenta on sale for £69.99 at EBuyer.

The dome cameras are weatherproof, meaning they'll work in any season 24 hours a day surveillance. Just set them up where you think they'll get the best coverage and watch from your smartphone. The only thing you'll need extra is a hard drive to store the captured footage.

Specifications
  • System: 4 channel DVR 1080p
  • Cameras: 2 x Black dome cameras 1080p (with night vision)
  • Lens: 3.6mm
  • Viewing angle: 70 degrees
  • Night Vision Distance: 40m
  • Resolution: Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Case: Full metal
  • Colour: Black
  • Waterproof: IP66

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Need to add HDD
What type of HDD?
Reviews seem a bit up n down.
Edited by: "KingAwKings" 8th Oct
Does this have any storage space?
As a deterrent this might be ok, and if the perp stands directly in front of the camera you may be able to ID them. Have you ever watched "Crimewatch" and the cctv of the suspects could be anyone ? That's what a cheap system will give you. Unfortunately you need to spend more to get more as 1080p is not an indication of quality only of the pixel amount, I use a Hikvision system that I have built up and added to using used and new cameras of various resolutions and used 'enterprise quality' HDD's .
Also forget about the 40m night vision because that's not realistic on almost all systems.
If you only need to monitor a doorway to your house or garage this may be just about ok, but if you have a garden or driveway that you want to watch it would be better to reach for IP cameras and an NVR that you can add to if required.
Is this DVR any good? I have a floureon one from 2 years ago on gearbest but it's crap, it constantly gains time (currently +15 mins ahead) and loses picture to 1-2 cameras. I am looking to swap the DVR unit but keep my cameras. Thanks
Edited by: "tom6195" 8th Oct
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