Definitely. It reminds me of some sites in the 90's where the address bar would read www.domain.com regardless of what page you were on, making deep linking tough.Yeah, I run into that all the time with links to their products. Thought it was me, but had the same results in FF, IE, Edge and Pale Moon. They're doing something dumb, that's for sure.
Oh, that's weird. I just clicked the link again after reading your post, but it went to the right page without entering my region.
It looks like they may have actually fixed their website. I'm still expecting to find a few more redirect problems though. I'm pleasantly surprised they fixed it before I resorted to writing a browser extension or userscript to add ?us to the end of every link on their site.Oh, that's weird. I just clicked the link again after reading your post, but it went to the right page without entering my region.
I picked a region, US, and tried it again and got the same page. Just added the ">us? to a copy and paste and that worked. Dahua needs to get their ship together.
The link worked for me the SECOND time I tried it... had to choose international.. agree to cookie... then the link works.Dahua has released a 4k starlight with a 1/2 sensor but only in CVI form...this likely means that there is an ip version coming soon...
That's an effort to comply European data protection laws.Not just that, the website prompted and requested me to accept their cookies, I thought we left the 20th century long time ago, lol
um... that's the exact camera and link fenderman provided in the first post. it's hdcvi.