This is a first version, and it needs more work, but I think it’s headed in a good direction.
If the copyright of any wallpaper or stock photo belongs to you, contact us and we'll remove it! Overall, this is an impressive camera with very good image quality, good low light performance, well-organized menus and very, very small. The reason you want the time set correctly is because these cameras have the coolest On Screen Display (OSD). The image setup screen is where you fine tune the image, select WDR and noise reduction settings. This is a day shot, color balance is quite good and it’s just a nice sharp clear image.
Since there’s streetlights I have no control over, I also mounted the camera in my backyard which is only lit by the moon. Some of you use BlueIris software, good low cost general purpose NVR software, now with IOS and Android smartphone apps, and a streaming server so you can embed live streaming video from your cameras on a web page. Some of you may be trying to compare this to the similar looking Dahua cameras, IPC-HFW2100 sold as Q-See 720 IR Bullet currently at Costco for $299 for a 2-pack that I previously reviewed HERE.  The cameras look nearly identical. Some people have successfully loaded the Hikvision firmware for this camera allowing it to operate in 3MP mode.

Bob3 months 29 days agoI have the Swann cameras and have recommended them to many, many others.
As long as the NVR ports are IEEE 802.3af compliant they should work up to 100 meters or about 330 feet. Otherwise I’d try to add the camera to the NVR manually by setting the IP of the camera in the NVR to see if that helps. Originally designed to work as part of their NVR package, I took a look at it as a standalone camera.
As you can see, the scene is well lit by the built in IR illuminator, noise is slightly increased.
To see them at the full 1080P resolution, you must click on the gear icon and select 1080P resolution and then click on the icon with 4 corners to see the video full screen. The Cat 6 one doesn’t work on long distance (I tested for 125-150ft) but it works fine on 20-30ft.
I do know that some people bought Hikvision cameras and were not able to get them working on the Lorex NVR they got from Costco. This camera is manufactured by Hikvision and is OEM’ed to various companies, Swann and Lorax included. As before, you can click on the image to see the full size, 1080P image straight from the camera.

The video was extracted from BlueIris and represents several events pieced into one extract I did. They work perfect but I would like to relocate one of them and it is ~ 130ft from the receiver. I think Swann or Hikvision can make it easier on us and provide a simple IP camera finder app. When I installed the replacement I sealed up the cavity where the wire goes to the camera and I haven’t had a problem since then. There could be something wrong with that particular port or more likely the cable (even if it tests fine).
I called Swann and they told me the receiver should work up to 300ft but they do not offer cable longer than 100ft.

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