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Internal camera recommendation

Mambo

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Hi all

Does anyone have any advice / recommendation of internal Poe cameras? Currently have dahua exterior, look it to expand to interior.

Thanks in advance
 

TonyR

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Hi all

Does anyone have any advice / recommendation of internal Poe cameras? Currently have dahua exterior, look it to expand to interior.

Thanks in advance
I suggest you consider the Amcrest IP2M-841E (re-branded Dahua) . It's ONVIF compatible, provides RTSP, is 1080p, IR, 2-way audio plus mike in/speaker out, has pan/tilt/digital zoom, POE wired or wireless and has alarm in/out, great with Blue Iris, VLC, etc. Available in white or black for under $70.

I have installed 3 of its non-POE brother, the IP2M-841 and 3 of the 720p IPM-721 and all have performed without a hitch for close to 3 years now.
 

Mambo

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thanks for all that have replied

does anyone have any experience of the Dahua K46 and C46?

Also the doorbell DB10?

For the Hikvision recommendation does anyone know of a good supplier ?

thanks in advance

EDIT

looks like these are mains power only?

anyone recommend a internal camera POE, particularly like dahua at the minute
 
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The FDT camera mentioned above is actually Dahua hardware, badged as FDT by the Amcrest group.
 

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I suggest you consider the Amcrest IP2M-841E (re-branded Dahua) . It's ONVIF compatible, provides RTSP, is 1080p, IR, 2-way audio plus mike in/speaker out, has pan/tilt/digital zoom, POE wired or wireless and has alarm in/out, great with Blue Iris, VLC, etc. Available in white or black for under $70.

I have installed 3 of its non-POE brother, the IP2M-841 and 3 of the 720p IPM-721 and all have performed without a hitch for close to 3 years now.
I also have the non-POE version of this camera. First one had an issue where it rebooted for no apparent reason frequently. RMA'd through Amazon and the replacement has been working flawless! I just ordered a POE power splitter to clean up some of the wire clutter.
This thread comes at perfect timing as I was about to order another non-POE version, not knowing there was a POE option!
 
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