Hello fellow ipcamtalkers, Just recently got new Lorex Active Deterence 4K NVR camera system from Costco. Granted this is my first venture into NVR systems, but so far everything is working and picture quality looks good to me after some various tweaking. On the Lorex NVR menu under Recording, when using H265 for recording, there's an option to enable/disabled "Super H.264/5", does anyone know what this is for and whether or not I should enabling it when using H265? I'm not able to find anything on Lorex's manual on their website. I saw someone posting asking similar question on previous ipcamtalk thread, but I didn't see any definite answer. I'm currently using H265 with VBR sets to max(6) with 4096Kbps as bitrate and at 4K/10fps for mainstream. What does everyone normally use, H264 or H265 if it's available? Is H265 now good enough without sacrificing much picture quality in regards to consumer NVRs out there such as this LNR616X that Lorex uses in this camera system kit? Also, is it waste of a bandwidth if we're using CBR with max bitrate for continuous recording? I've reviewing some previously recorded videos and notice picture is not as sharp as I'd like. This is especially when I zoom in on someone's face to test. I tweaked the recording quality and it seems to help a bit, but I'm just trying to find out if there's more I can do to help. I read somewhere I can increase the shutter speed to help this, but I'm not finding that option available even when connecting to individual camera itself. Does anyone else use this camera or something similar can comment on this? Would it help my sharpness if I increase my recording video from 10fps to 15fps? I've messed with WDR settings on some of the cameras, but not too sure if I should be turning it on for all the cameras or not. Is everyone uses WDR only when it's really needed or does that depends on lighting conditions? Finally, as far as continuous versus motion recording, does everyone usually stick to default continuous 24/7 recording or record only when motion is detected? How about 10 fps or 15fps? Thanks in advance.