Sent from my SM-N920P using TapatalkI don't think it will matter to most folks, but max FPS looks to be 30 (vs 60 on the 5231).
Also looks like it only supports one 1080p stream (vs the 5231's two 1080P streams), so folks running a NVR + Blue Iris (or a NVR and want to use an app like TinyCam to stream directly from the camera) will have to work with D1 resolution (not 1080p). Sounds like they may have stepped the processor down to help knock the price down?
Video quality looks great and for $50 cheaper than the 5231, I'm curious to see how these sell!!!
I got it, installation was a breeze, I like the mounting simplicity, and the initial login that required me to set strong password made me feel safe that these will not be the preferred target of hackers looking for mass targets..ordered one after reading this while searching for a better cam to replace some HIKVISION DS-2CD2132F-IS domes that are horrible at night! Will report back!
woo, pic is colorful and sharper than the hikvision.I got it, installation was a breeze, I like the mounting simplicity, and the initial login that required me to set strong password made me feel safe that these will not be the preferred target of hackers looking for mass targets..
You could say I am happy....
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Dahua the next night:
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no idea what to look at....My substream looks pretty good....might want to check your video setting.
OK, but all of my cams in BI console are somewhat poor quality, but good enough to see what is going on. Once I dbl click a cam to a larger window the video is perfect. I am not sure if you can adjust this. Here are my settings. BTW I had a light like yours and you can try making a shade or if it is a glass enclosure a pc of foil or metal to block that side works good.