Reddit Reddit reviews Reolink 4MP 8CH PoE Video Surveillance System, 4pcs Wired Outdoor 1440P PoE IP Cameras, 8MP 5MP 4MP Supported 8 Channel NVR Security System with 2TB HDD for 24/7 Recording RLK8-410B4

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Reolink 4MP 8CH PoE Video Surveillance System, 4pcs Wired Outdoor 1440P PoE IP Cameras, 8MP 5MP 4MP Supported 8 Channel NVR Security System with 2TB HDD for 24/7 Recording RLK8-410B4
Plug and Play PoE Camera System – With a simple PoE connection, users only need to plug the security camera into the NVR, making installation easy enough for beginners and convenient enough for DIY enthusiasts. Camera cables stretch up to 270ft via a CAT5 or 330ft via a CAT6 Ethernet cable.Built-in 2TB Hard Drive – Supports 8 channels recording simultaneously. Secure your home and business 24/7 with smart motion-triggered alerts. Users can also set their NVR to automatically overwrite the oldest footage to make space for new files, or you can export those video files via a USB drive.4MP Super HD and Vivid Night Vision – Get magnificent images and videos day or night with 1440p resolution. An advanced automatic IR-cut filter helps to capture surroundings at night for up to 100ft. Now you can see all that occurs in your home or business no matter what time of day it is.Remote Access – The free Reolink app allows you to add an unlimited quantity of Reolink cameras for Live View. Users can you can watch security footage through WiFi-enabled or 2G, 3G, and 4G smart devices, allowing you to check in on your home or business anytime, anywhere.2-Year Warranty ­­­­­– Users can enjoy a 30-day money back guarantee, 2-year quality warranty, and life-time tech support.
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15 Reddit comments about Reolink 4MP 8CH PoE Video Surveillance System, 4pcs Wired Outdoor 1440P PoE IP Cameras, 8MP 5MP 4MP Supported 8 Channel NVR Security System with 2TB HDD for 24/7 Recording RLK8-410B4:

u/[deleted] · 21 pointsr/homeowners

Not mentioned here; but IMO any camera will put people on notice that there is a camera present. I think my neighbors think I'm a bit on the paranoid side; yet there have been no problems in my neighborhood for some time, and others nearby have had break ins, car burglaries; etc. I also have a back alley; and this keeps people away from the cars and garbage in the rear alley (last Christmas we had a car break in).

I don't however, recommend Ring Cameras; (doorbell is fine; but put another 4-5MP camera out there). Why? Better granularity /clarity in terms of visibility; esp at night. I recommend Reolink for their great night vision.

Imgur (B&W), but color is possible. IR in USE

Argus2: battery powered Color night vision: Imgur

I started with the excellent Reolink Argus 2's because of the exceptional night vision; have moved up to their 5MP dome camera for my rear driveway. I would recommend the Reolink PoE or Wifi (I am using 5ghz wifi with no problems) system. In the front, for appearances sake, I am using the ring doorbell2 with a solar powered (solar array is in a flower pot near the front door) Argus2 higher up. In the back, a Reolink 422W (vandal resistant dome) under the garage door frame. I'm very pleased.

I don't need an NVR; I'm using SD cards and my phone app and Windows client on my PC to run it.

Here is one such buy on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Surveillance-Supported-Security-Recording-RLK8-410B4/dp/B01AHXEHSU/ref=sr_1_5?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1543322543&sr=1-5&keywords=Reolink



u/ACM1911 · 6 pointsr/homedefense

For that price range I would probably go with this Reolink set myself.

https://www.amazon.com/Security-4Megapixel-2560x1440-Surveillance-RLK8-410B4/dp/B01AHXEHSU

Or this NVR: https://reolink.com/product/rln8-410/
With a few of these nicer 5MP cameras: https://reolink.com/product/rlc-411/

u/Rick91981 · 3 pointsr/homedefense

Most of the ones I've seen in store are old style analog cameras and not IP cameras. You definitely want IP cameras with PoE. What is your budget? I have this system from Amazon and am quite happy with it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AHXEHSU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_8wVOBb6WQFYCB

u/bwyer · 3 pointsr/BlueIris

Apologies, I didn't realize that was a requirement. While the Reolink cameras speak ONVIF, the Reolink NVR only works with Reolink cameras. My guess is, their financial model depends on everything being sold as a package.

This is the one I have: https://www.amazon.com/Surveillance-Supported-Security-Recording-RLK8-410B4/dp/B01AHXEHSU

u/Kimbroix · 3 pointsr/homesecurity

I would suggest a NVR system. It is all in one. You plug the cameras into the back of the box. You can plug a monitor into the box and see all cameras connected. Don't hook it to the internet so it cannot be hacked.

https://www.amazon.com/Surveillance-Supported-Security-Recording-RLK8-410B4/dp/B01AHXEHSU/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=nvr+reolink&qid=1562792478&s=gateway&sr=8-5

u/olrs15 · 1 pointr/homedefense

It is sounding like they might be a good option then.

I'm concerned about security with remote streaming. If you check out the first review here you'll see somebody mentioned it: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/cr/B01AHXEHSU/

This person mentioned a concern also: https://reolink.com/topic/issues-that-reolink-has-not-resolved/#post-26468

Other than that it is really looking good.

What have your clients said about the system? Any complaints?

u/merlinacious · 1 pointr/homedefense

Got it, thank you!
I started googling Reolink after your mention and found this link. Reolink has way more mentions than Qsee online so I'm thinking about going with that instead.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AHXEHSU/

u/DSJ13 · 1 pointr/homesecurity

What do you think of this NVR setup?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AHXEHSU/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I know it may not be as good as going with a PC and blue iris but it's cheaper and much easier.

u/Venessale · 1 pointr/homedefense

I am using the Reolink camera for my own house and love it. And I add one for my parents' house on the Amazon Prime Day. Given you budget and requirement, you can try this security system out https://www.amazon.com/Reolink-Security-Channel-Outdoor-RLK8-410B4/dp/B01AHXEHSU/ref=sr_1_4?m=A15NUCR7ITLOD6&s=merchant-items&ie=UTF8&qid=1499940771&sr=1-4. Not sure it still has discounts. Hope it can help you!

u/LittleSofia · 1 pointr/homelab
u/pern5150 · 1 pointr/videosurveillance

Gonna be pretty hard to get quality cameras with only $500. Yes, IP cams still record locally to a NVR, analog cameras record to a DVR. Analog is so limited, I could not recommend buying any. IP cams have the quality and clarity you seek. I would look into Reolink IP cameras, which can be purchased on Amazon, something like this.

u/oneandonlybobjones · 1 pointr/homedefense
u/AlfCatEater · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

I'm starting to add cameras around my house as well. Purchased this set for $440 during a Christmas sale. They were the only 1440p IP cameras I could find under budget. I just have to run network cables around my house to set them up, which will be the biggest pain of the project.

I initially purchased an analog system, like the one you posted, but returned it back to costco. If I'm going to run cables around my house (the biggest pain of the project), I might as well do it with the newer technology.