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ACTi E77 10MP Outdoor Vandal Dome Review

ACTi is pushing the boundaries of high megapixels at an affordable price. This camera offers up to 10 megapixel  resolution, has 2 way audio, alarm input & output and an SD card slot for internal recording. Combine the SD card slots with ACTi’s new Edge Recorder Client to view multiple camera and recordings without a need for an NVR or NVR PC and it all looks like a good solution.

Main Features

  • Progressive Scan CMOS 1/2.3″ Sensor
  • Day and night function with mechanical IR cut filter
  • Minimum illumination 0 lux with IR LED on
  • Built-in f3.6mm / F1.8 Megapixel fixed lens
  • 6 fps at 3648 x 2736 resolution or 30 fps at 1080P resolution
  • Selectable H.264 HP, MJPEG compressions with dual streaming
  • Video motion detection
  • Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
  • Vandal proof IK10 rated and weatherproof IP66 rated casing
  • MicroSDHC card slot for local storage
  • Powered by PoE

This is an interesting move for ACTi that has been competing on the low end with disruptive pricing from Dahua and Hikvision. To counter that, they have been starting to release unique cameras and higher resolution and adding features people have been asking for like 2-way audio and alarm inputs that have been missing from most of their current line.  What’s great is they are maintaining their pricing making these cameras a good value. For example, this camera, with all it’s features is available for under $300 for an introductory period. It’s been such a good seller, I put of the review off until inventory levels came back up as many distributors sold out the first week.

Installing the camera is typical of most vandal domes. Basically you loosen 3 hex screws with the included screwdriver to remove the dome cover and then use included screws and anchors to attach the camera to a wall or ceiling. Aiming is easy as it’s 3-axis dome that is smooth and easy to adjust. There’s a black plastic cover under the dome that you need to align with the way the lens points.

This is what the web interface looks like when you first log in. There’s options to take a snapshot, resize the image, chose a stream and more.

First thing I do with just about any network camera is configure the network settings, specifically the fixed IP address for the camera. The camera is assigned an IP address on your network via DHCP, but you’ll need to do this to set a fixed IP address. ACTi provides a “Camera Finder” in their Utilities found HERE.

Under Video, there’s tabs for various functions that control the camera. The compression tab is where I had to set resolution, frame rate and such.

The next tab is to set the video motion detection options and regions. You can set up 3 regions. Each region is a rectangle that you can move and stretch as needed.

The next tab is Day/Night where you can set at how much brightness/darkness is needed to trigger the camera to switch to day or night. Also, you can turn off the IR LEDs under IR LED Control.

The Exposure tab is where you set the slowest shutter speed. I typically set cameras to 1/30th so you can compare at the same shutter speed in the night pictures. Increasing the time to the default of 1/5th will give you better low light sensitivity at the expense of possible motion blur.

Another menu item you should look at is the Date & Time menu. Here you can set the time manually or use an NTP server to automatically update time. Day Light Savings time is also important to update so it changes the time automatically in March and November.

This camera has audio in/out capabilities and you can adjust audio parameter under Video & Audio. While the camera has this feature, it does not include a microphone or speaker. These should be amplified and powered to work properly. ACTi has an article on how to set this up HERE.

Some of you asked how do I send video to an FTP server or how do I E-Mail a snapshot when motion is detected. This is specified here under the Event Configuration –> Upload video/snapshot and Audio menu. You select up to three separate tasks. For example, you can have it FTP a video & email a snapshot if you want. You then go into Event List to specify what event does what, when.

I included this screen so you can see what the firmware version was at the time of this testing as ACTi is constantly updating and improving their cameras. Also, if you do have a question or problem, you’ll need this information to open a support ticket.

Now onto the images, how well does this camera perform. As with other tests, I set this camera up with a maximum exposure of 1/30th of a second. This is fast enough to capture motion yet still provide decent low light images. I mounted the camera at the front of my garage, under the eave and in my backyard with little to no light. The lens is pretty wide and was perfect for viewing the entire front of my home. As with my other reviews, click on the images below to see the full size image, straight from the camera.

The first image is in the front, with mid-day sun, so heavy contrast shadows. The image has nice contrast and color accuracy but without WDR the shadows are dark some detail is lost in dark parts of the image but with a lower contrast setting, it’s still a very nice image. The wide angle 3.6mm does cover a very wide area, in this case, about the entire front of my lot. This is as wide as previously tested ACTi cameras with 2.9m because the sensor is larger.

One thing to note with 10MP is that it’s not 5 times better than 2MP. The image when viewing at full resolution does tend to pixelated more than when viewing a full resolution 2 or 3MP image. I don’t have other 10MP cameras to compare to, but when I’ve seen 5MP cameras, the true resolution was not that much better than 3MP and I’m afraid that the same is true here where 10MP is not much better than 5MP, but does provide the ability to digitally zoom in the image beyond what 2 & 3MP cameras can provide.  Actually side by side with my E32, during the day, the E77 provided a brighter, sharper image so there’s definitely a difference.

I then moved the camera to my backyard where there’s different type of lighting with high contrast. This is with WDR turned off and the image is pretty nice.

I then set WDR to Medium, not much of a difference.

With WDR set at the highest setting, it makes more of a dramatic difference.

At night, in 10MP mode, you need a good amount of light to be useful. This image at my driveway is still viewable, but dark.

In my backyard, where it’s very dark, the IR illuminators barely provided enough light to see.

Surpisingly, 1080P mode a made a huge difference in image quality. Still a bit of noise, but the image is significantly brighter

In the backyard, 1080P made a difference, but still too dark.

I uploaded day and night videos to YouTube. To see them at 1080P, you must click on the gear icon and select 1080P quality and then click on the icon with 4 corners to see the video full screen. The video was extracted using Milestone XProtect.

Daytime Video

Nightime Video

Conclusion

As with all ACTi cameras, you are entitled to you use their NVR software for free for up to 16 cameras and it’s pretty good with features people expect from commercial grade NVR software. They also have free IOS & Android apps available. If you want to record “on camera” using the microSD card, they now provide a free Windows program to view multiple cameras and playback recordings you can get HERE.

This camera performed well during the day, but need additional lighting at night to be effective. At the time of this writing, Wrightwood Surveillance , an authorized reseller, has it on sale for $279 shipped free and definitely worth trying one out.

The pluses for this camera are;

  • Price for a name brand 10MP megapixel dome.
  • 10MP or full HD 1080P resolution
  • microSDHC card slot with Edge Playback Windows program free.
  • Day/Night IR Cut Filter
  • 2-Way Audio
  • Alarm Input/Output
  • Free NVR software

Click here to go to the company web page for the camera.

 

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health
1 year 8 months ago

This is the perfect web site for everyone who would like to understand this topic.

You understand a whole lot its almost hard to argue with you (not that I personally
would want to…HaHa). You certainly put a new spin on a topic that has been discussed for ages.

Wonderful stuff, just wonderful!

Thomas Myers
Thomas Myers
1 year 9 months ago

Any idea as to why this camera is saving video images with a .raw file extension? I can not get anything to play back the videos, including VLC which is what I regularly use. Tied both formats of video.

Dennis Eversole
1 year 9 months ago

Our standard output format is RAW. You can play back the RAW file with our Archive Player, or you can use the EDGE Client or NVR 3 (all free downloads) to output in AVI. We also have a RAW to AVI converter tool.

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1 year 9 months ago

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Dennis Eversole
Dennis Eversole
1 year 11 months ago

At this time, ACTi does not support Audio on the Mobile Client apps. It is supported on all Windows Apps and Clients. Audio is on the future feature wish list, but no determination at to when it will be implemented as Audio is such a small market segment.

And to comment on other technologies than Ethernet, since I dont have a dog in that fight, from test data I have seen, the CVI product from Dahua seems to be the best HD over Coax product available. They have multiple OEM partners which all call it something slightly different.

Of course, Ethernet over Coax adapters are getting less expensive all the time, so that may be a better route depending on what your needs are.

Sam
Sam
1 year 11 months ago

can you hear audio and playback video on the mobile app?

Sam
Sam
1 year 11 months ago

Please help, I will be installing 16 acti e77 camera to nvr my question is can i see these cameras live on my iphone without delay and will i be able to hear audio through my phone without cutting off? ive been using hd sdi or hd tvi and i am very impressed y my customer wants acti because of the 10mp, also ill be needing 30dys recording do you know how much hard rive I need? an which is better IP or HD SDI OR HD TVI and why?

thank you

Badbruno
Badbruno
2 years 3 months ago

I now understand your strategy, Very Clear maybe -2- ok 3 more questions:

1/ I read your review of the Intel NUC, nice low power device (our pwr cost here is $0.12/kw)is there a version which is maxed out that you would recommend?

2/. Is there any manufacture software that you prefer ACTi etc (they offer many cameras that I’m sure will satisfy my needs?

3/. Can you steer me in the right direction with cameras for entrance doors and then for corners of the house?

cheers Badbruno your information is so valuable… thank you Again

Badbruno
Badbruno
2 years 3 months ago

Thank you

Im trying to find a Dual Xenon server used.. 3 gig speed? good enough..or buy a new mother board with i7.. so satisfy the BlueIris software..Xprotect for 10 cameras is an annual expense of ~$300 and Im trying to offset that expense? Do I have this correct.. or go with one of the camera manufactures software and get locked with their hardware

Badbruno

Badbruno
Badbruno
2 years 3 months ago

Im considering 10 cameras, 3mp with worsecase Blue Iris software, will the Dell T20 have enough compute power to handle this or is there another CPU I should look into ?

thanks Badbruno

Badbrun
Badbrun
2 years 3 months ago

Dennis thank you.. are you suggesting that you will be releasing NVR3 for the Mac platform?

thank you

Dennis
2 years 3 months ago

We will shortly be releasing a CLIENT/Workstation for the NVR3 that runs on MAC OS. This would give you complete command/control/operation of the NVR3 Server from a MAC computer.

The NVR3 SERVER application is a Windows based program. We may or may not port the Server program to LINUX, but there is no plan to create a MAC OS Server program.

Badbruno
Badbruno
2 years 3 months ago

Great thank you very much… is the Milestones Xprotect software priced as an annual cost?

I like the mobile support very important and the advice on a manages switch PoE any recommendations//

I was going to us an old pc i have built up, what operating system does the software require? Any recommendations on processor.. I was thinking to see if I can get the system up and running with what I have then go from there.

I cant be limited to camera manufacture,, what would you recommend for a front door camera, and perimeter Dome style 3MP?

thank you Bdbrun

Badbruno
Badbruno
2 years 3 months ago

Great website thank you.. Im a newbie and was heading to find an all in one package.. 8 channels with domes for perimeter protection on my home. Found the Costco stuff like Brad above

NVR from Avertx or Qsee but am learning of the limitations … cameras and processor.

So instaed of spending $2500.00 I’ll build a system.

Are there any NVRs which you would recommend 8-16 channel or just go pick up a PC with Milestone XProtect.. which operating system does it require.. I have an old system running Xp not being used otherwise all my house is on Mac OS.

Pls advise on what my shopping list should be.. I would like a robust system i travel a lot

Any advise is Very welcome

thanks Badbruno

Dennis
2 years 3 months ago

Well, since your question is in an ACTi thread, let me suggest our NVR3 VMS. Download from the website, pre-licensed for 16 channels of ACTi, and one free 3rd Party channel. Can run on XP, though I recommend Win 7 or 8 for better performance. Also, since you are a MAC OS user, we have a free MAC Client/Workstation releasing this month or so, and iOS apps that work with the NVR and Cameras.

Lee
Lee
2 years 3 months ago

I do not understand why anyone would buy a 10mp camera just to run them at 1080p. That is ludicrous at best. Acti needs to get serious about noise levels. I simply will not purchase another Acti product, moving on to others. Thanks for the review though.

Hilders
Hilders
2 years 4 months ago

Thanks for the review. I love your reviews and have read many.

I have to say, and I say this as a newb though, it truly seems like the camera could do much better by staying at a lower MP and putting in a better sensor–as you said, though, 10 MP is not 5 X better than 2 MP. I’d say it’s somewhat better, the best example I found was comparing the D72 in your back yard to the E77 looking at the clock face. The roman numerals are not really detectable in the D72.

Norbert
Norbert
2 years 4 months ago
I has been a while, but I thought that I might ask you your thoughts as I have moved. I have a 5500 sq ft 2 story home and an attached guest house that has about 1000 sq ft. I am looking to cover both the outside as well as the central areas of the inside with security cameras. On the outside I would probably put domes under the eves, and on the inside a more discreet combination of mini domes or cubes. I imagine that this can be accomplished with about 14 or so cameras. I gather that 3MP seems to be a sweet spot for residential installations? I would like a simple and hassle free (firmware and software that work) installation that affords SD backup on the cameras and high reliability. It would be nice to have audio on some of the cameras as well. I have a fairly good networking knowledge and have set up a dozen or so IP cameras over the years, but I am not looking the headache of discovering firmware bugs. Inexpensive is great as long as it works, but it needs to work. Most of the chatter seems to be around Hikivision,… Read more »
ProMod117
ProMod117
2 years 4 months ago

It looks like Wrightwood is no longer selling this camera. Was it a technical issue or availability? Is Gemini still a recommended source?

Thanks!

No5
No5
2 years 5 months ago

I have a few E72a’s & E82A’s (based on input from your site). Love the camera’s but I’m now looking to add the audio component. I want a pure PoE based I.P. camera solution by using the power supply of ACTi’s DI/DO system (of the camera’s I own) to feed the active microphone.

I am struggling to find an exterior microphone that would be rate down to -40 Celsius (for Canadian winters) and water proof. I’m not looking for a bulky enclosure (size of a gang box), but small like the size of the head of a digital optical cable.

Do such microphones exist?

TGHD
TGHD
2 years 5 months ago

One thing that puzzles me about this camera is focusing. I have two and while they came close to being in focus, they need some tweaking.

The manual was weird and confusing on the point of focusing them (basically says “here’s how to focus this camera but you can’t focus it”).

Has anyone been able to focus the camera?

Jon
Jon
2 years 6 months ago

Quick question…the night pics form this camera seem significantly worse than the Dahua ipc-HFW2200S you reviewed. I appreciate all the extra you get with ACTi, but can you comment on the actual difference between these two cameras from a low light perspective?

Thank you,

zac adams
zac adams
2 years 6 months ago

can you include tests of the audio quality? can you clearly understand voices at say 15 meters? what about sudden loud noises does it compensate? thanks

Michael Daly
Michael Daly
2 years 6 months ago

Hi…this looks like a great camera and thanks very much for this excellent site. Can you give advice on *where* to site a camera(s) like this, to watch what is going on in the front area where there is reception/waiting room (and if through the front windows there to the outside) and also to watch out in the back area of the premises ie toilet/staff area

Proposed layout is uploaded to:

Thanks
Michael

Denn
2 years 6 months ago

Looking at the drawing you linked I would consider a micro dome like the ACTi E95 which will give you a full 90 degree field of view with Superior low light and WDR. If you need IR, step up to the E58 (same CMOS/Lens) or E69 (same CMOS, but VF lens). You could also consider a Fisheye camera in the center of the room, like the E96. Whichever manufacturer you choose, they should have cameras in these formats to pick from. The important thing is the Field of View, and WDR.

Peraburek
Peraburek
2 years 6 months ago

I am not sure should I go for ACTi E77 or hikvision ds-2cd2532f-i

I need recording to SDcard and FTP upload and email function, both cams support that

What would you recommend? What is better, going for 6fps at 10MP or 20fps at 3MP

Is ACTi better than Hikvision?

shyhappy
shyhappy
2 years 7 months ago

why zhe camera can provide 10MP with a small camera size?Which camera can ?

Pelin
Pelin
2 years 7 months ago

To get cameras for my office. I paid attention to the ACTI, and other brands like Safer. For day and night with price suitable for me, I finally chose Safer from safer.net.cn with clear image display!

acmaster
acmaster
2 years 7 months ago

I have an e77 where the IR turns on and off every second or two? Any ideas before I contact customer support?

No5
No5
2 years 7 months ago

I just received an email EBlast from ACTi on this camera (June 4th 2014).

Why is there apparent E77 night image so good?:

http://www.acti.com/eBlast/2014/Pull1/Pull1_8/IR_LED.html

EBlast: http://www.acti.com/eBlast/2014/Pull1/USC_Pull1_11/USC_Pull1_11_CA.html

Phillip
Phillip
2 years 7 months ago

Network Camera Critic,
Excellent website and information. I was looking at Samsung cameras and notice you don’t have ANY of them listed or reviewed. Is that simply because there are too many manufacturers to look at them all, or do not think favorably of their equipment?
Thanks!
Phillip

Mike
Mike
2 years 7 months ago
First off – great website! I have been dabbling in IP cameras for a few years and have not been able to find objective information until I found this site. I am presently reading through your prior posts (learning a lot), and anxiously look forward to your next review. I am ready to make a substantial investment in new cameras and am on the fence with respect to needing a dedicated NVR. I have a couple of Foscam and Panasonic non-HD IP cameras and am ready to move up to HD (minimum quality 1080p@30 fps). I will be purchasing between 8-16 cameras to monitor my second home (mostly when I am not there). Your comments from your April 1 post (above) regarding your dislike of a stand-alone NVR are very interesting. By my own research, I came to many of the same conclusions – for example, not being able to connect directly to the camera if it is on a separate network (i.e., the NVR has the cameras on a separate IP subnet). However, I assume (perhaps someone can validate) that most dedicated NVRs could also be configured to operate on the same IP subnet as your primary network, in… Read more »
Henry
Henry
2 years 7 months ago

Hello networkcameracritic,

I luckily stumbled on this site and I must say it’s amazing.The commentators are great and resourceful!!Thank you.I am from Kenya and I want to help a client of mine install IP camera fro his hotel without buying a NPR?DVR but still record videos for reference,remotely.I hope to create a business out-of-this by charging monthly fees hopefully.I am new in this area but am a first-learner.

The client’s restaurant is 2km away from his office and he wants to be to see live camera feeds and records right from his office. If we bought a router for the hotel and connect it with the IP cameras,will he able to get live video feeds online (to be stored in his computer)right from his office 2 km away?

Please guide me on where to start and which affordable or free software I can begin with and how I will configure the router.I can’t wait to hear from you,soon.

Thanks and be blessed.

Kevin
Kevin
2 years 7 months ago

Using this camera I have had many issues with false motion activations I have set them up several different ways in the motion record tab wit the three boxes. Seems like the I get it to the point where there is no false events then it doesnt seem to pick up a person walking into the picture.

acmaster
acmaster
2 years 8 months ago

Hmm.

I perhaps bought too many of the e77 without analyzing closely its nighttime performance. I was dazzled by the price points. I may have to sell one or two.

I can use the e77 at the front of the house where there is enough night time light. However the back and side of the house will need something with better quality. Any recommendations in the similar or even a little more price range?

Lee
Lee
2 years 9 months ago

Compared to the 5mp e33, license plates from 50ft, would this offer a better option or is this image too subpar to be legible? I like the E33, though again, noise even with an IR panel continues to be an issue at 1/60. Anything slower and motion blur though little noise is present.

Richard
Richard
2 years 9 months ago

I bought an E77 for wide angle viewing of the driveway and what I thought would be better night vision. In actuality, the night image is more pixelated than the images from my D72’s. The grainyness fluctuates to such an extent that it triggers motion detection events in SecuritySpy. Needless to say, I’m disappointed. I’ve been told by the Acti rep that I should have bought a E76.

Tim
Tim
2 years 9 months ago

I was just re watching videos you posted of d72 and e74 and i cant believe how much sharper those look.But i did notice it was more sunny days for d72 and e74 while e77 was a bit cloudy. I’m now considering changing e77 to e74 or d72. What would you do if the price was the same.
Also if i decide to go with Synology for NVR i probably can get Hikvision in the mix (2xE77 2xD72 2xHiks minidomes)

George
George
2 years 9 months ago

I think the lens (sharpness distortion etc.) is the limiting element of this camera. Clock-face and dish in the backyard. No wonder at this price.

aj
aj
2 years 9 months ago
i really like there software. I have blue iris, xprotect, ivms and like Nvr 3 installed on my pc and i still like NVR 3 the best. Simplicity, does what i need, and have had no problems on win 7 using IE. No problems with snap shots r exports from remote systems. Im even using a hik 2032 with it recording 24/7 at 3mp. Wish i could use motion detect from the cam since NVR does not support software motion, only in cam motion support for acti cams. I setup the Hik with standard Onif support manually. As far as the 10mp cam, it looks very pixelated and IMO the hik looks better even at only 3mp. the outer edges of the acti look very soft and blurry and the grass shows no details. youtube only allows 1080 so i lowered my Hik to the same and it still shows less noise/pix and the details r much better even during the day. Even reviewing both of your videos between the cams, i see a difference. I hope the industry dont start playing the Mp game and spend some resources on making 3-5 mp cameras better. Faster fps and night vision… Read more »
Tim
Tim
2 years 9 months ago

Played with couple of them, here are my observations:

if that data sheet is true then maybe ACTI will bump some of the frame rates up in the future.
I feel like 6fps is a bit slow. But what was most disappointing is that it limited to same 6fps in 3mp and 5mp modes. Day image is quiet good but night image is way too dark, it feels like built in illuminators not matched correctly to the sensor.

As far as ACTI NVR goes it is pretty good program considering its free, only few small gripes about it
1. NVR viewing and management Only works in internet explorer (even if you install client software it still relies on explorers functions) so if for some reason IE is acting up on your computer you might not be able to use NVR.
2. Compared to synology there is no option to do video analytic on already recorded surveillance video. I did try to use ACTI’s smart search tool 2 but it keeps on crashing.

P.S.
By the way Hikvision DS-2CD2532F-I looks fantastic both day and night.

aj
aj
2 years 9 months ago

i must be spoiled with hikvision, because i would have to agree that the acti looks very soft and not to my liking. I was expecting better iq. with that said i still like acti products and there nvr software is my fav 🙂

Brad
Brad
2 years 9 months ago
I have been this blog site and trying to educate myself before I make a purchase. I also have been looking at for a while the options at Costco that are referred to a lot in these blogs by folks. I am looking for an upper mid range quality option. It needs to be mac compatible as that is all I use. I was looking at the Q-See option http://www.costco.com/Q-See-8-Channel-HD-NVR-Security-System-with-2TB-HDD-and-8-1080p-IP-Cameras.product.100069855.html. The reviews concern me a little but the reason for this option was that I would really like to monitor three different locations (outside LAN). I haven’t been able to find any documentation saying other options allow this or give enough reasonable directions I could use to accomplish this. I was also looking at a refurbished NVR from Avertx directly for $470 http://www.avertx.com/member-special-refurbished-16-channel-network-video-recorder/ and then buying ONVIF compatible cameras which you have some good recommendations. I want a stand-alone system and want to avoid the connection to my computer. Do you have any recommendations for reasonably easy systems that have good quality and will last me a while and have flexibility for future needs and let me monitor multiple locations? I don’t mind a little messing around but don’t have… Read more »
CCTVnerd
2 years 9 months ago

Soft, not sharp image. I’m disappointed with all 10Mpixel ACTi cams :/

Canada Dude
Canada Dude
2 years 9 months ago

I was told today by Wrightwood staff that they don’t serve Canada anymore. 🙁

Any other alternatives you can recommend to shop?

Dennis
2 years 7 months ago

At this time, authorized Distributors in Canada include ADI, Tri-Ed, Synnex, and Graybar nationally. There are also regional houses, such as Interior Electronics in BC (Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna, etc.) Let me know if you are having trouble finding someone to work with.

Troy
Troy
2 years 9 months ago
My father has two of these installed at his house and is running them under Milestone. Device pack 7.3 will be released in April which will support this camera. For now he is using them under generic settings. How did you use it under XProtect? Can you get ONVIF mode to work? We tried and it wanted a username and password and we could not get anything to work. Before adding it to Milestone we tried to optimize quality and had a lot of trouble. Best results were running 5MP at 1 frame per second. Unfortunately the max data rate seems to be 6 Mbps which is insane. According to the camera it appears to use the Aptina MT9J003 sensor. Which can do a LOT more than they are doing with this camera. Data Sheet http://www.aptina.com/assets/downloadDocument.do?id=694 Flyer https://www.aptina.com/assets/downloadDocument.do?id=919 If it does indeed use the MT9J003 it should be using binning at 5MP, able to record at 12 bit per channel(or 36 bit per pixel). My guess is the supporting micro-controller is too weak to take full advantage of the Aptina. For the money it seems to be a good deal, he bought the second unit after playing around with the… Read more »
Canada Dude
Canada Dude
2 years 9 months ago

Bummer. Wrightwood is already sold out. Just read your review and was ready to order. 🙁

No5
No5
2 years 9 months ago

If you’re in Canada, why not order from cendirect ?http://www.cendirect.com/main_en/tech_specs_NF6456848.html

Pay only one provincial tax, loose nothing on currency exchange (as it’s CAD), as well as no brokerage fees.

There policy states that if your requested product is a listed, non-stocking, item which is available on Special Order only. The general delivery cycle from the manufacturer is between 10 and 15 working days from the date we receive your order in our on-line system.

Canada Dude
Canada Dude
2 years 9 months ago

Thanks a million for the link. I wasn’t able to find a (good) source in Canada for the cameras.

Sam
Sam
1 year 11 months ago

Hi thank you for responding, but if I go with ip will I have problems with network cutting off and resetting the cameras ip setting ? I’ve had problems with Geovision ip cameras before. Also I need a system that I can playback video with audio on iPhone or pc live and stable connection on both what do you recommend?

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