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Swann Full HD 4-Camera Security System $179 (Was $399.95) + Free Shipping @ Swann

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OZB444804

Hi OzBargainers,

This is for you. Swann 4 Channel Security System: 1080p Full HD DVR-4480 with 32GB Micro SD Card & 4 x 1080p Thermal Sensing Cameras PRO-1080MSB

Four day sale. Pls copy & paste discount code (OZB444804) at checkout.

Please note: Without installing a hard disc drive, this system will only record when motion has been detected from one or more cameras. This system needs an optional hard disc drive to constantly record.

Features:
Resolution: 1080p (2MP)
Night Vision Distance: 30m
Viewing Angle: 102°
Camera Outdoor Rating: IP66, Weatherproof
Micro SD Card: 32GB
DVR HDD Size: Not included, add up to 4TB
Cable Type: BNC (DVR)
App: HomeSafe View, View 24/7
Warranty: 12 Months

Swann’s True Detect PIR Thermal Sensing technology to reliably detect heat-generating moving objects, such as people, large pets & cars. With more accurate motion detection you have more reliable notifications & recording, eliminating false triggers such as falling leaves, bugs, rain & more, saving you hard drive space & playback time.

The 4 security cameras PRO-1080MSB come with BNC cables and are weatherproof, built tough for the outdoors or indoors. See in the dark up to 30 metres with the camera’s powerful infrared night vision.

This CCTV system is ideal for small homes & small businesses! Four day sale. OZB444804 discount code at checkout.

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  • +1 vote

    Can these be set to constantly record? I have had Swann cameras before then they stopped supporting the app so had to throw away $$$

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      Yes, they can be set to constantly record.

      You can easily install a 3.5" SATA HDD. I have a 1TB drive in my system, which equates to about 8 days of footage with all 4 channels enabled at higher quality than the default.

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    Hi Rep, any chance on a deal on the 5mp range?

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    I'm interested, but how easy/difficult is it to install this?

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      Curious as well, moving in a month to my new house and looking at security cameras.

    • +1 vote

      Also, any deals on the wireless ones? I think I'm more interested on the wireless so I can move it around.

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        Thanks for your interest in Swann wireless systems.

        We don't have any on sale right now.

        We may have a Smart Security Cameras + Solar + outdoor stand conbination on sale as of early October.

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      Hi There,

      Thanks for your enquiry.

      This 1080p system comes with 4 X 18m BNC cables. These are simple to install. Please refer to the reviews for more information.

      Hope this helps

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        Hi rep do you or are you able to make a deal for the POE Ethernet type DVR. I'll be installing one in a new home next year and would like the Ethernet to future proof it for higher resolution cameras or units later on down the track.

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    Interested but would like to know how hard/easy to be installed and any idea of how much it would cost to get it installed.thanks in advance

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    To all who are are looking at this, would suggest purchasing a surveillance HDD (Seagate SkyHawk 2tb $98 from msy) as these will run much longer and hold much more data then a 32gb Micro SD, but those who are planning on using micro SD, would suggest purchasing a proper endurance card as normal memory cards tend to fail after a while of constant use (High Endurance Sandisk SDSDQQ 64GB $38 from msy)

    Otherwise, good price for the unit alone.

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    great deal for the 4 camera system - in reality will cost you $279 ($100 for the 2TB HDD). i am looking for a deal on 8 camera - Swann DVR8-4575 but i guess will wait for a bit.

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    Hi There,

    Thank you for your enquiry.

    This system will only record when motion has been detceted from one or more cameras.

    Unlike our other systems, this system does not have the functionality to constantly record.

    I hope this helps

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      Can you recommend one that would? Any idea if it will go on sale etc

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      Are you sure about this? According to the manual it is possible to continuously record by setting the mode to "Normal" in the scheduling menu, but this is only an option for hard drive recording (pg 31).

      If this is not the case, I may need to cancel my order.

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    Is this analog or digital?

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    Does it have cloud storage? Push notifications? And how much will it cost for installation ?

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      Yes, there is functionality to dump recorded footage to Dropbox.
      Haven't tried it myself, so I can't tell you how well it works

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      Thanks for your enquiry.

      It has the functionality to store recording to dropbox. Click the checkbox to copy snapshots to the cloud via Dropbox

      With the cloud function enabled, you need to instruct your DVR to send alerts
      to the cloud:
      1. In the Main Menu, click “Alarm”.
      2. Select the camera that you want to send to the cloud.
      3. Click the “Send to Cloud” checkbox then click “Save”.

      It does have the push notification feature.

      Regarding installation - this varies as to who you use, your house size, style etc i.e brick vaneer, double story house etc.

      A rough estimate could be between $80-$120 dollars per camera.

      Hope this helps

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    Any deals on 8 channel systems

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    Have you fixed the terrible UI / bugs on your camera systems and put in place some sort of after sales support?

    Was seriously disappointed with my ADW-410. Totally different system but the UI lagged, was buggy, sometimes didn't record and when I tried to get help I just got bounced around until I ended up with a number which always went to voicemail and no one ever answered.

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    Got it installed recently for $450

  • +1 vote

    Great Deal. Best price I've found elsewhere is $299 (special order) from Bunnings.
    Thanks SwannStore!

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    Will Officeworks pricematch?

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      They don't actually sell the same model.
      This one has a 1TB hard disk, where as this offer is for the 32GB MicroSD card model.

      You can try, but depends on the Officeworks staff knowing the difference.

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    As is the same price on your eBay site, can you provide code for eBay as have gift cards to use? Thanks
    Also can you view continuously via app, ie not record but just see what a camera sees?

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    I need a camera from my garage, but don't have scope to run new cabling. There is power to the garage, however. Is there a POE model that you could suggest? Or could these cameras for my use case?

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      Thanks for your enquiry.

      It depends on your existing cabling in your garage.

      If they are coax BNC cables, you could connect this unit to your existing cables.

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    How are the cameras powered. Through the 18 m cables supplied? Thanks
    Edit can see that BNC can provide video and power.

  • +5 votes

    I installed this unit about 4 months ago. I put a 2tb wd purple in it before installing. Continuous recording is possible with hard drive installed, 2tb gives me about 5 weeks before it overwrites. I switched to continuous because it was missing recording certain things, it would catch the end or beginning but not always everything. The power is delivered via a twin cable for video and power. It has 2 power packs, one for DVR and one for the 4 cameras via a splitter. For the 199 I paid plus 100 for the hd it is a good deal, not so much if you paid 450. I installed myself, very easy to do if you are handy.

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    Hey Rep,

    Are there any deals on the Wireless range?
    https://www.swann.com/au/swwhd-intcam

    Thanks in advance

    •  

      Thanks for your interest in Swann wireless systems.

      We don't have any on sale right now.

      We may have a Smart Security Cameras + Solar + outdoor stand conbination on sale as of early October.

  • +1 vote

    How are the cameras 1080p if that's an analogue BNC connection? Sounds fishy to me.

    Rep, please confirm transmission bus protocol for Camera>Recorder. And kindly don't ignore me as you did last time i asked the question.

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for your query,

      Yes they are BNC cables, however, the unit records to 1080p resolution.

      The transmission protocol is TVI.

      Hope this helps

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      BNC is just the type of connector, it runs on a coaxial cable. The NBN can run on a coaxial cable, so I think 1080p will be ok.

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        Yes I am well familiar with connectors and formats. It just doesn't specify anywhere that I could see so one assumes it is crappy analogue CVT for the price.

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          It wouldn't be full HD then.

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            @eug: Yeah.. well esentially I guess what you're getting is ONE full HD stream that is a combination quad split or cycle of the cameras. Who knows what the actual input res of the cams is.

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              @Thriftster: What I meant was, if it was analog, it wouldn't be full HD.

              Who knows what the actual input res of the cams is.

              The "Specifications" link on the product page states that the cameras are 1080p which is 2MP.

    • +1 vote

      FYI,
      These are digital, but use a coax cable that was originally designed for analog, hence the BNC connector.

      TVI is an old system, that has largely been replaced with standard TCP/IP networking, ethernet or wifi.

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        Having said that, BNC is also used for SDI which is a broadcast standard.

        IS TVI really that bad?

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          TVI isn't that old, it was created in 2012 and is newer than both SDI and IP cameras.
          It is more robust than SDI and lower latency than IP. But IP has taken over as it's easier to set up with PoE, cabling is cheap, and there is practically no resolution limit.

          WiFi definitely isn't a replacement for any wired system. :)

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          I did not say that TVI was bad.
          You just will not be able to use the cameras with newer systems. Hence cheap, I guess.

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            @manic: Yeah, this system is perfect for replacing an existing analog system without having to re-run new cables.

            Unless it's a small install, I probably wouldn't bother running new coax. IP cameras are a lot more flexible.

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    So I take it its not a stand alone unit and needs a pc interface to work?

    • +2 votes

      It is standalone. The cameras are connected to the head-end box, but you will need to provide your own monitor (a TV with HDMI input will do). It comes with a Swann-branded USB mouse.

      As far as I can tell, there is no app to connect a PC to the box, only iOS and Android apps for iphone/ipad/Android phone/tablet.

      Have a look at the manual, in the downloads section of the product page

      • +1 vote

        There is an PC/MacOS app, from memory it's called homesafe view, but I'm not at my Mac to check right now. I had to install a few of their Mac apps before I found one that worked, found via support forum, it wasn't the smoothest of installations that's for sure, but it's working fine now.

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    Swann apps can be bad.
    Are you stuck with that? or can recording be accessed over the LAN by fileshare or web client?
    How easy to download recordings to PC?
    Do not want to be stuck with HDMI-out or low-res phone app to view recordings.

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      Thanks for your query.

      Swann apps are suitable for the purpose intended. Occationally there may be external factors that can impact their performance.

      Recording can't be accessed over LAN by fileshare. commonly over web clinet.

      Relatively easy to download recordings to PC, however, exporting direct from the recorder is the simplest method.

      This system is fit for purpose. High res on the app is determined by the connection quality between the phone and recorder.

      Hope this helps

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        thanks for the reply. Can you please clarify:

        exporting direct from the recorder is the simplest method.

        You mean onto a USB drive? How is this controlled?

        commonly over web clinet.

        So the system has a built-in web server, for access from devices that lack a Swann app? (e.g. Linux)

        thanks

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          Yes USB drive. Controlled by mouse and monitor connected to the recorder. Not all recorders support USB HDD. Flash drive only where applicable.

          Almost all units have a built-in server, however browser access from uncommon OS platforms may not be compatible. Depends heavily on model selected and browser in use.

  •  

    Swann NVR8-8580 8MP seems to be on sale at Costco for $1129.99

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    Are these analogue or ip camera? Does the kit include the cable?

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      Thanks for your enquiry.

      This is a digital security system. The kit comes with 4 x 18m BNC cables.

      Hope this helps

  • +1 vote

    Keep away from Swann. "Is Swann is no Good"

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    Just ordered one but noticed that if you mount them on a vertical wall, you can not move them left and right only up and down.

    Is this correct and do I have any options such as different brackets or should I cancel the order?

    Cheers

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    GENBOLT 1080P vs this…. Hmmmmmm…

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    Very tempted to buy this kit. Is the audio any good on these cameras?

  • +1 vote

    Bah, went out of stock as I got to the payment screen….

  • +1 vote

    too bad out of stock, will OP put more in stock? btw, I'm wondering if I could put the box in the ceiling? so it's relative hard to reach place. I know it could be hot during summer in QLD.

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    Oh no missed this. Hope OP can put in more stock. :(

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    Anyone got a tracking number as of yet? Just don’t emwant to purchase a hard drive until I know they are on its way

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    Arrived today, I am thinking of a 3tb HD as its only $20 more and I imagine it will fit. I think it is going to be hard to adjust as I am mounting on a vertical wall but will see how it goes

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