Review-Dahua IPC-HDW2231RP-ZS Starlight Camera-Varifocal

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  1. aristobrat

    aristobrat IPCT Contributor

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    x2 on getting a switch. Most folks here wind up with more than one camera eventually and the switch is IMO a much cleaner solution.
     
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    Walrus Pulling my weight

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    Contact Andy directly through email, and he'll quote you a slightly better price with a direct invoice. That's what I did. I ordered on a Thursday, and received the cameras on a Monday, half way across the world.
     
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    Thanks mate. Will do
     
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    Before I pull the trigger on these, can someone please confirm if I'm on the right track?

    Initially, I'll only be using 2 cams recording to sd card. Will look onto nvr's when I expand my system.

    With these cameras I can:

    Set them to record to sd card, only when motion/intrusion has been detected.

    Email/notify me about the motion/intrusion.

    View the recorded footage remotely using idmss or similar app on my phone.

    I'm fairly sure that's all possible, just wanted confirmation.

    Thanks
     
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    EMPIRETECANDY IPCT Vendor

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    yes, that is fine. Use NVR to manage the cams will make it easier.
     
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