DEFENDER 21031 SENTINEL 8-Channel Smart Security DVR with 8 Ultra Resolution Outdoor Security Cameras

Record over 2 years’ worth of footage on the included 500 GB hard drive Product Features Choose motion-activated recording or H.264 compression to maximize storage space Super resolution cameras provide crisp and detailed video Monitor up to 100 feet away in complete darkness with automatic night vision View anytime, anywhere with remote viewing via internet,

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Record over 2 years’ worth of footage on the included 500 GB hard drive

Product Features

  • Choose motion-activated recording or H.264 compression to maximize storage space
  • Super resolution cameras provide crisp and detailed video
  • Monitor up to 100 feet away in complete darkness with automatic night vision
  • View anytime, anywhere with remote viewing via internet, smartphone, and tablet

Comments

Wayne "Omegafiler" says:

One solid outdoor video surveillance system A few years ago I installed a PC-based security system similar to this from Q-See in our old house. It was quite a bit more complicated than this all-in-one setup as it involved setting up PC-based Hardware, buggy software, and 13 different types of indoor and outdoor cameras.At the moment, I haven’t permanently installed the camera’s yet, as they are temporarily placed inside and outside of the house in various locations as I evaluate the system and determine the best placement. So let’s walk through the system so you hopefully have a better idea of what you’re getting into, and how it performs.UNBOXING:There are 3 separate boxes, in a bigger box. One has the DVR itself and associated material. And the other 2 larger boxes include all of the camera hardware and wires. The wires for the cameras are 65′ and combine both the BNC (for video) and DC power connector into one cable. This should make running wires much easier.The end of the…

R. Precourt says:

Solid 4 stars, with 5-star potential I’ve been on the fence about buying one of these systems for a little over a year now and finally decided on this one.My needs were:* 4 outdoor cameras* Good resolution* Good night vision* DVR with network capability* Ability to view cameras from multiple computers and smartphone* Price range of $300-$350This system appeared to meet all my needs and I had noticed over the past year that the Defender systems seemed to have the best overall ratings. I further researched the on-line manual for this system (as I frequently do for things that I’m serious about purchasing) and it also gave me comfort that the system would meet my needs.I’ve had the system installed for about a week now and I am quite pleased with it. That being said, I would like to share my overall experience with everyone, as it may be helpful for those considering this system and installing it themselves, as I did.I did a few…

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