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    Lorex LNB8005-C with Blue Iris?

    https://www.lorextechnology.com/downloads/ip-cameras/LNB8005/LNB8005_QSG_EN_R2_web.pdf there's a reset button...
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    Looking to convert cheap laptop cameras to POE

    Given the original discussion occurred 3+ years ago, I imagine they either gave up or found some other solution...
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    My humble i5-4590 still humming along with 30+ cams:

    thanx, but yes, i have the global setting to use Intel, and that stays after upgrade, but each individual cam 'forgets' that its' set to use the default (Intel)...
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    $50 BoaVision PTz Cam for portable completely-wireless use with Blue Iris

    i like these for battery-powered setups: Home A passive PoE splitter takes care of 21-to-12V duties and the board manages the batteries nicely, whether stand-alone (recharged occasionally) or directly connected to a solar panel... they's also got 12V versions (using smaller 18650 batteries)...
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    My humble i5-4590 still humming along with 30+ cams:

    i7-4790 with 25 cams, ~14,500 kB/s & 464MP/s. CPU ~45%, goes up with console maximized or UI3 being used, of course. FWIW, I've noticed that very often updating BI undoes all my 'hardware acceleration' settings and causes high CPU usage until I manually go thru all the cams and re-enable it...
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    how do I setup my Hikvision speed dome to switch presets at night

    that too! it may be auto-focusing on the closer plants... some camera presets do include the focus settings. My old Huisun/Imporx PTZ's do, which is very handy for day/night switching for LPR duties. I find the night setting needs the focus set 2-3 ticks closer. of course, this varies...
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    how do I setup my Hikvision speed dome to switch presets at night

    those plants on the left side aren't helping anything. you probably already have them masked off to not cause false positives when the wind is blowing, so why not just pan right a bit?... and if your presets include gain settings, you might turn that down in the night-time view for less washout...
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    How To Upgrade Amcrest / Lorex to Dahua Firmware And Get All Dahua Features

    Nope. Those direction are for HikVision firmware and cameras. see Dahua IPC EASY unbricking / recovery over TFTP ( I find the simplest way is to add the required IP's to my Windows box in the 'advanced' section of the Ipv4 configuration)
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    How To Upgrade Amcrest / Lorex to Dahua Firmware And Get All Dahua Features

    your camera is an SA (per the updateSerial=IPC-HFW3841EP-SA you posted). just because the -AS exists as a Dahua doesn't mean it's the same... (then again, they may well be close enuf that the same FW's work) I would try the firmware with the right HWID in it (as i linked to) that most closely...
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    How To Upgrade Amcrest / Lorex to Dahua Firmware And Get All Dahua Features

    actually, the HWID you want to match is IPC-HFW3841EP-SA . Look for DH_IPC-HX3XXX-Dalton_MultiLang_NP_Stream3_V2.800.0000000.7.R.201118, which has that exact HWID in it's check file... I previosuly posted it here: Smartening up the Lorex LNB8005C 8MP mini bullet. there's also a newer 14.R...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    no, it must be set to timing (auto disables the 'triggered by event' option. BUT, you must also 'link' the event to the 'Flashing Alarm' in the event/Linkage Method page(s)...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    although, I just re-loaded the 5.6.2 with 'triggered by event' option and am not seeing the same behavior. (ie, it seem to work fine w/o resetting anything) I only see 'triggered by event' option if 'LED On' is set to 'timing' (nopt 'auto'), and only see the threshold setting if 'triggered by...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    'restore' from the GUI will usually do the trick. 'default' (same as holding reset button down on reboot) would require reconfiguring networking and admin password, more of pain and last resort...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    a factory reset is often required when a firmware change adds/removes features in order to 'fix' the underlying config files...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    did you do a 'factory reset' after the FW update? and/or possibly need to clear browser cache...
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