Swann SWDVK-830008-US TruBlue D1 3000 8CH DVR and 8 x 600TVL Cameras with 1TB Hard Disk Drive (Black)

Swann’s latest TruBlue blue-lit D1 DVR with real time, full screen high resolution video recording Product Features Includes 8 x high resolution 600TVL cameras with powerful night vision to 65ft for indoor/outdoor use Set & forget by recording continuously from 4 cameras for 60 days+ onto a 1TB hard drive, even longer with motion detection

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(as of 12/12/2017 11:32 am UTC - Details)

Swann’s latest TruBlue blue-lit D1 DVR with real time, full screen high resolution video recording

Product Features

  • Includes 8 x high resolution 600TVL cameras with powerful night vision to 65ft for indoor/outdoor use
  • Set & forget by recording continuously from 4 cameras for 60 days+ onto a 1TB hard drive, even longer with motion detection
  • Save time & have peace of mind by easily locating incident video, then transfer to external storage via USB, eSATA or network
  • View live or playback in high resolution on your LCD screen via VGA connection or HDTV via HDMI
  • Surveillance in the palm of your hand with live viewing on 3G/4G-enabled Smartphones & tablets including iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry and more, and remote notification via email

Comments

Pomeranian says:

TOP BRAND, EASY SETUP, RECOMMENDED FROM AN INSTALLER For those of you interested in mainly watching the cameras from your smartphone or computer, this is the product and brand to go with.  I have been installing security systems for several years now and Swann continues to impress me.  I use other brands because clients sometimes buy their own, but none have an easy setup and support like this brand.  I read the review about the DDNS server being out and the reason from the tech representative explaining why and I like Swann even more for that.  What many non-techs don’t understand is that a DDNS server is something you have to pay for, but Swann provides this for FREE.  Not only that it seems like they are beefing it up so that it doesn’t fail in the future.  With other brand DVRs I used other DDNS services I had to pay for and those would fail more times than i could think of.  I had clients call me every time it went out, all except customers who owned a Swann DVR.  The setup is very easy for the DVRs and with this new D1 and 30…

crsjb08 says:

Not a Sony CCD and a not “Pro System” by any means. Save your money. I am the ONLY person that posted real pictures. Be sure to check out my pictures. I wish someone had done it sooner.July 16, 2013 UPDATE:Swann removed customer images. To see the images mentioned please use this link.http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-media/customer-gallery/A1B9PHF8TA7BSS/ref=cm_aya_bb_listsNOT Sony:I opened up the camera and took a picture of the CCD chip. I assure you it is not Sony. In fact, I don’t know what it is. It is not Sony, not Sharp, not Panasonic and not even cheap Korean. http://www.hkvstar.com/blog/buy-security-camerahow-to-identify-sony-and-sharp-ccd/Opt for real Sony CCD. A real Sony CCD with less TVL will be better than this knock off CCD.No IR Cut Filter:If you don’t know what this means take a look at the customer pictures section. You WANT a camera with IR Cut Filter.Not Pro:This is sold as “Pro System”, well I posted 13 actual images on the product…

Maverick says:

Stellar for the Money We purchased this system for our small business about a month ago and have been very pleased with it. It allowed us to catch one shop lifter, one person breaking an item, and determine who was at our registers when various errors occurred in the first two weeks alone. The quality is pretty solid for the price, especially the picture quality which easily allows you to see faces, even in the dark. Colors are correct, unlike other systems, the menu is a very easy to use graphic interface that is incredibly self explanatory. The kit comes with everything (hardware wise) you’ll need to set up your system, besides a monitor. To see what all the system has, I recommend checking out Swann’s website for exact specs.The set up was very simple for anyone who is 5+ on a tech experience scale of 1-10. If you the kind of person who can get your VCR to stop blinking 12:00 (if you have one) and are able to hang drapes with a drill and screw driver, you should have the ability to set this…

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