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Swann - Home 8-Channel, 8-Camera Indoor/Outdoor Wired 4K UHD 2TB DVR Security Camera Surveillance System - White

Model:SODVK-85680W8RL-US
SKU:6423317
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Camera Resolution
3840 x 2160
2560 x 1440
3840 x 2160
3840 x 2160
Field Of View
90 degrees
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90 degrees
90 degrees
Night Vision
Yes
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Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 575 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    This deal is great buy for the price

    This is my second time I purchased swann security products. My last set were still working but were only 720p and I just wanted to upgrade to clearer picture quality. Very easy to install, ran everything through the crawl space so that the wires wouldn’t be visible and to protect them from direct sun light. You can turn on camera lights and alarm from the mobile app to try and scare off anyone out there as well as take snap shots and record video directly to your mobile device, Besides the HD recording. I recommend this to anyone looking for a simple, easy to install security system.

    Posted by STONEDSEEKER

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great system, average UI

    This is a nice system! I think its worth the full price, but I see it on sale a lot so might as wait for a sale and get an even better deal! The install was pretty straightforward. We put the 6 outside our house and other than 10-15 minutes in the attic, the install was easy as pie! We ran over 360 feet of wire for these cameras and the only wires you see are the 2 feet of wire we pulled from wall to my command center. My biggest complaint is that the software if pretty hard to learn and theres no easy way to get to a manual for reference.

    Posted by KCkc

  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Nice system for price but video quality lacks

    I was looking to replace my 1080p wireless cameras with a wired system. Wireless system are susceptible to hacking and jamming. You can buy wireless signal jammer on the internet which will completely disable your wireless camera for a short period. This is a nice system for the price and the deterrent feature is the first I have seen on cameras. I have videos where someone came up in the yard between 2am and 4am and the light and siren went off and they looked like deer in a headlight before taking off. It has also stopped people from turning around in my driveway on a dead end street. DVR system has all the features you would find on high end systems costing much more. Detection by motion and IR work well.. probably too well. IR is supposed to prevent system from recording events caused by the wind or sun but even at a low sensitivity level, I still get a lot of false positives. The 4k cameras are decent but only slight improvement over my 1080p cameras. You can only read a license plate at no more then 20 feet away. My 1080p could read license plates at that distance. Night vision is just average. Camera with no light can barely make out the rode and bush 30 feet away. With the driveway camera and streetlight, I can see over 100 feet away but in both cases, night vision cannot make out features of person even at 15 feet away. Motion capture of person is blurry.

    Posted by OldGeek