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youyizz2 Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera; 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision; 2.8mm lens; IP67 weatherproof; MicroSD recording (256GB); White Wear to show off your figure
youyizz2 Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera; 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision; 2.8mm lens; IP67 weatherproof; MicroSD recording (256GB); White Wear to show off your figure
youyizz2 Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera; 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision; 2.8mm lens; IP67 weatherproof; MicroSD recording (256GB); White Wear to show off your figure
youyizz2 Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera; 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision; 2.8mm lens; IP67 weatherproof; MicroSD recording (256GB); White Wear to show off your figure
youyizz2 Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera; 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision; 2.8mm lens; IP67 weatherproof; MicroSD recording (256GB); White Wear to show off your figure
youyizz2 Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera; 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision; 2.8mm lens; IP67 weatherproof; MicroSD recording (256GB); White Wear to show off your figure

youyizz2 Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera; 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision; 2.8mm lens; IP67 weatherproof; MicroSD recording (256GB); White Wear to show off your figure

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What is youyizz2 Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera; 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision; 2.8mm lens; IP67 weatherproof; MicroSD recording (256GB); White Wear to show off your figure?


      EXPERIENCE ULTRA HD 4K C Stunning ultra-high quality youyizz2 4K (8-Megapixel / 3840x2160) resolution featuring enhanced low light capability utilizing the latest CMOS image sensor and chipset. Super-wide youyizz2 105 viewing youyizz2 angle allows youyizz2 you to cover more ground youyizz2 and keep youyizz2 more of what matters youyizz2 to youyizz2 you safe. Power Over youyizz2 Ethernet youyizz2 (POE camera) for easy installation (POE Injector or Switch Required; Not Included, Sold Separately).SIMPLE, RELIABLE, SECURE - At Amcrest, youyizz2 we youyizz2 want to ensure the safety youyizz2 of youyizz2 our customers, youyizz2 their loved youyizz2 ones, homes youyizz2 and businesses. Youll receive a youyizz2 full 1-year US and Lifetime Support youyizz2 provided directly from Amcrest. Built in microphone for one youyizz2 way audio. Compatible with the following Amcrest Junction youyizz2 Boxes, ASIN: B07CB468HC, youyizz2 B07FK662Z5 & B07628JHXL.SMARTER SECURITY C Receive motion alert notifications and review youyizz2 footage via your smartphone with the Amcrest View youyizz2 app. Playback youyizz2 and record youyizz2 professionally youyizz2 on a PC using the Amcrest Surveillance Pro for Windows and MAC youyizz2 (included) or youyizz2 Blue Iris Professional. Works with youyizz2 Amcrest Cloud youyizz2 remote youyizz2 video storage, MicroSd Card youyizz2 (up to 256GB), Amcrest NVRs, Synology and QNAP NAS, FTP, Pale Moon and youyizz2 Sea youyizz2 Monkey Browsers, IE, youyizz2 Safari, Firefox 49. 0 youyizz2 and Chrome with Amcrest Web View Extension.Hey everyone, I wanted youyizz2 to give a review of this camera as it may help others that are in a similar situation of picking a new cam or just adding one to their existing environment. The youyizz2 camera that I decided on for my youyizz2 front youyizz2 walkway was this Amcrest turret cam and I youyizz2 have to say that youyizz2 right out of the box I am highly impressed. I have recently (maybe youyizz2 4 months ago) got into setting up an youyizz2 NVR (Blue youyizz2 Iris) and youyizz2 PoE youyizz2 Cameras. My first purchase I made was multiple Reolink 510 turret cams youyizz2 which ended up being a pretty youyizz2 decent cam for my use, youyizz2 but I wanted youyizz2 more pixels (4K). Now there is a youyizz2 price point difference of course but youyizz2 you are getting not only higher quality image but seems to be better quality materials.The first thought youyizz2 I youyizz2 had as I youyizz2 opened the camera was youyizz2 impressed youyizz2 due to the fact youyizz2 that the entire chassis is metal and had a much higher quality feel than the youyizz2 Reolinks I started out with. youyizz2 The camera has youyizz2 a memory card youyizz2 location that youyizz2 is inside the camera meaning youyizz2 you will have to take youyizz2 it apart to get to youyizz2 it. While this is inconvenient to youyizz2 access, from a security aspect this is quite nice and much more secure as most people aren't youyizz2 going to walk off youyizz2 with youyizz2 your camera. Especially this one if it is mounted youyizz2 properly and out of reach. Some of youyizz2 the other cams I have and even considered before this have youyizz2 a door/cover that youyizz2 provides access to insert a card, which is ok but also youyizz2 could be compromised some what easier.The physical install of the cam youyizz2 was quite youyizz2 easy, there youyizz2 is a youyizz2 sticker youyizz2 template included youyizz2 that you can stick on the youyizz2 surface youyizz2 where you are planning to mount it and then just drill youyizz2 through it, put in your (included) anchors and then mount the youyizz2 base. The outer youyizz2 piece that holds the camera is also full metal which youyizz2 made me youyizz2 feel better about mounting it as it did youyizz2 require youyizz2 some youyizz2 force to youyizz2 hold the cam in place and youyizz2 secure the Torx bolt in place. Once the bolt was tight youyizz2 the cam was solid and would not move youyizz2 even youyizz2 with a lot youyizz2 of force, youyizz2 this is most likely due to the rubber used to cradle the camera to the base.I installed the camera above front door off to the side so it watches my youyizz2 main walk way. There is youyizz2 a overhead door light that comes on at youyizz2 night to help with lighting at youyizz2 night. youyizz2 The youyizz2 quality of video in the day time has been phenomenal everything has been sharp and youyizz2 looks great youyizz2 and youyizz2 no issues capturing youyizz2 or frame stutter etc. It's not going to read license plates by the street, youyizz2 but it is youyizz2 more for the closer coverage at youyizz2 the door. youyizz2 At youyizz2 night performance does take a little bit of a hit but its much better youyizz2 than anything I youyizz2 had leading up to it. The image is still very youyizz2 sharp, however with light sources coming at youyizz2 the camera does tend to make things hard youyizz2 to youyizz2 see youyizz2 clearly. Close up the quality is more than acceptable with a youyizz2 camera of youyizz2 this price point.My install of youyizz2 adding the camera youyizz2 to my NVR setup was youyizz2 extremely youyizz2 painless, I youyizz2 logged into the webgui, set youyizz2 a new password and static IP and pointed Blue Iris youyizz2 at it youyizz2 and that was it. I youyizz2 of course youyizz2 checked for updates and youyizz2 did youyizz2 make some other changes but as far as adding the camera youyizz2 that is all that youyizz2 was needed to get it going. youyizz2 My current setup may be youyizz2 a little different youyizz2 than most as youyizz2 I run a youyizz2 full reporting youyizz2 server that I youyizz2 use to watch youyizz2 most of my network and hardware allowing me to youyizz2 also watch network bandwidth and have it report into a dashboard. This youyizz2 allows me to Compare file sizes youyizz2 with regards youyizz2 to youyizz2 quality, resolution and bandwidth used.I am youyizz2 using youyizz2 Blue Iris to do my captures and am youyizz2 using motion youyizz2 triggers vs doing youyizz2 a 24/7 record. With my Reolink cams I am running 2556x1920 youyizz2 @ 15FPS and 6144 youyizz2 kbps using H264 codec. Typical file sizes were youyizz2 between youyizz2 20-30 MB per clip (varing 20-30 seconds). The Amcrest I am running 3840x2160 at 15 youyizz2 FPS using the highest quality setting and youyizz2 the same 6144 youyizz2 kbps with H265 codec youyizz2 and my file sizes youyizz2 are coming out around the same size. SO because Amcrest has youyizz2 supported the use of youyizz2 H265 youyizz2 I youyizz2 am getting a youyizz2 much bigger frame size and everything else being youyizz2 the youyizz2 same, I youyizz2 am youyizz2 getting a better youyizz2 quality image at the same storage cost. Furthermore youyizz2 when looking at my network usage my Amcrest is running youyizz2 a pretty constant 10 Mbps youyizz2 where all my other youyizz2 cams youyizz2 (Reolnks) are running similar bandwidth. So better over all performance at the same bandwidth and file size.Overall since installing about 3 weeks since writing youyizz2 this, youyizz2 I am still highly impressed with cam, youyizz2 I find it has become my favorite one to watch as the wider angle has allowed me youyizz2 to see youyizz2 much more than youyizz2 just walk way, I youyizz2 can youyizz2 actually youyizz2 see most of the drive youyizz2 way youyizz2 and even into the street. youyizz2 I youyizz2 played with youyizz2 the audio feature a little bit and youyizz2 it seem to youyizz2 pick youyizz2 up quite a bit and can be even used as youyizz2 a record trigger. The web GUI youyizz2 while I haven't used it much since my initial setup, youyizz2 I found has a LOT of different settings that were available. In fact, there were youyizz2 much more youyizz2 than I expected. youyizz2 You can control everything from quality, encoding, audio & video youyizz2 settings youyizz2 like brightness, hue, youyizz2 profiles, alarm, cloud settings all youyizz2 of youyizz2 it available right inside the gui, youyizz2 so even without a NVR system youyizz2 you could check in on this youyizz2 cam or even the youyizz2 app, and see events. youyizz2 Amcrest has youyizz2 a youyizz2 done a phenomenal job of youyizz2 having youyizz2 all kinds of ways youyizz2 to utilize youyizz2 the youyizz2 camera in a youyizz2 way that works youyizz2 for you. There really youyizz2 seems to be no wrong way youyizz2 to use this camera as it can be youyizz2 used as youyizz2 a single stand youyizz2 alone youyizz2 camera youyizz2 all by youyizz2 itself or youyizz2 you can add it youyizz2 to a system like I did. This would make a youyizz2 great youyizz2 addition youyizz2 to anyone's existing setup or even as a first purchase youyizz2 camera youyizz2 that they youyizz2 just want a little added security.One last youyizz2 thing to keep in mind will be you will need power adapter (if not youyizz2 using PoE) and a wired youyizz2 network youyizz2 connection. If you are possibly adding youyizz2 this youyizz2 camera to an existing setup like I did, youyizz2 this camera has a 10/100 youyizz2 Mbps requirement is great youyizz2 as you youyizz2 can use youyizz2 a PoE rated RJ-45 youyizz2 splitter (2 youyizz2 pairs youyizz2 of wires to each camera youyizz2 power/data) using youyizz2 your youyizz2 existing (4 Pair any youyizz2 Cat5/6 youyizz2 etc) cable run if youyizz2 installing near an existing camera saving you a lot of time to add the new camera. I am currently doing this and has worked out excellent.Hope youyizz2 that anyone reading this has found it helpful!DAY OR NIGHT, RAIN OR youyizz2 SHINE C Built to weather any storm youyizz2 and the youyizz2 darkest of youyizz2 nights, this Dome 4K youyizz2 PoE IP Turret Camera features a heavy-duty metal weatherproof IP67 housing youyizz2 as well as youyizz2 built-in IR LEDs youyizz2 and a CMOS youyizz2 1/2.7 8MP progressive youyizz2 CMOS image sensor youyizz2 to achieve unsurpassed low-light capability youyizz2 and night-vision youyizz2 up youyizz2 to 98 feet. youyizz2 Dual H.265/H.264 compression allows for maximum encryption with the latest youyizz2 technology as well as backwards compatibility with youyizz2 legacy platforms.SECURE CLOUD VIDEO youyizz2 BACKUP youyizz2 C The optional Amcrest Cloud remote video storage subscription youyizz2 service youyizz2 allows you automatically store your videos off-site in a third-party youyizz2 location hosted and secured by AWS. This way youyizz2 if something youyizz2 happens to your local PC/NVR/SDcard/NAS, the footage will youyizz2 be youyizz2 safely recorded in a secure off-site location and accessible to you through a web-based Flash interface for PC (Chrome/Firefox/Safari/Edge) and AmcrestCloud youyizz2 smartphone app.This is a youyizz2 4K youyizz2 ethernet networked security camera. I have used wifi cameras from Google youyizz2 (Nest Doorbell), WyzeCam, Ring, and the Unifi networked youyizz2 Power over youyizz2 Ethernet (POE) cameras. youyizz2 This camera will be youyizz2 compared against the Unifi networked youyizz2 cameras as this is also a hardwired camera.Basic Facts:This is a 1/2.5inch 8mp CMOS sensor with youyizz2 a 2.8mm fixed youyizz2 lens. The youyizz2 camera youyizz2 has a 112 degree horizontal field of view. youyizz2 The housing allows the camera to pivot youyizz2 360 degrees youyizz2 around or 78 degrees up/down (all manual).It has an ethernet port that youyizz2 is 10/100.The security camera youyizz2 has a microSD youyizz2 card youyizz2 slot that youyizz2 supports cards youyizz2 up to 128gb. youyizz2 The unit can be youyizz2 managed by any NVR youyizz2 software that youyizz2 supports youyizz2 ONVIR or youyizz2 through youyizz2 an Amcrest dedicated NVR, or youyizz2 through Amcrest Cloud. youyizz2 I would recommend using a dedicated NVR or NVR software youyizz2 on a dedicated computer. The MicroSD card should be used as a fail youyizz2 safe instead of a primary means of storing and playing back youyizz2 camera footage.This camera youyizz2 gives you the option of H.265 youyizz2 or youyizz2 H.264 youyizz2 compression. For youyizz2 the low price of $109.99 its youyizz2 nice to see that it comes with H.265. The Unifi youyizz2 G4 youyizz2 Pro (4k sensor) at $450 does not offer H.265.The camera also has youyizz2 a build in mic youyizz2 to youyizz2 record sounds with youyizz2 video. There is no speaker with this unit, but that is consistent among networked security cameras. They are youyizz2 intended youyizz2 to youyizz2 record and not serve as means of two way communication like many wifi cameras youyizz2 sold by youyizz2 Ring, Nest, Arlo, etc. They do one youyizz2 job, record video, and do it youyizz2 well.Build youyizz2 quality: youyizz2 This youyizz2 is a solidly built youyizz2 security camera using all metal housing. The camera youyizz2 housing is able to generously pivot providing me youyizz2 flexibility youyizz2 in youyizz2 mounting options. With Unifi cameras, the camera itself has an ethernet port to youyizz2 plug in your youyizz2 own cable. With youyizz2 this camera, there is a cable permanently attached for 12-18 inches, and at the end is youyizz2 the youyizz2 port. The box youyizz2 comes youyizz2 with a connection youyizz2 cover to help with waterproofing. Normally, I would youyizz2 be concerned that youyizz2 this hardwired ethernet cable would youyizz2 be a point youyizz2 of failure on something youyizz2 that sees more use youyizz2 and abuse, but given that this is a security camera which will be installed once and not moved, I feel reasonably youyizz2 comfortable saying that this approach to youyizz2 the ethernet connection will not create a youyizz2 device longevity issue.Other than that, youyizz2 I saw no issues from youyizz2 this youyizz2 early review. I will update this review in 3-6 months with any youyizz2 new observations. The Amcrest 4k camera youyizz2 was youyizz2 tested inside for 1 week, youyizz2 and was installed youyizz2 under youyizz2 an eave so I cannot comment on its waterproofing.Image Quality:I have youyizz2 used the youyizz2 Unifi G3 Bullet camera and the G3 flex. Both of these Unifi cameras offer good daytime quality at 30fps. This Amcrest camera with youyizz2 4K resolution blows away the Unifi cameras during daylight hours, even though it youyizz2 is only at 15fps. In smoothness, I cant youyizz2 tell a difference between 15fps youyizz2 vs 30fps or it is so small that it does not youyizz2 bother me. If your goal is automatic youyizz2 license plate recognition, I would do a bit more research to see whether you need a youyizz2 beefier 4K security camera youyizz2 with 30fps (more opportunities per second to read a license plate youyizz2 clearly). However, for my use, to youyizz2 look youyizz2 at youyizz2 our youyizz2 property and the street in front of it, this youyizz2 camera youyizz2 works perfectly.I read youyizz2 online youyizz2 that youyizz2 for security cameras, the youyizz2 most you should youyizz2 put them at is 20fps, and anything more than youyizz2 that is youyizz2 wasting hard drive storage space. I youyizz2 was skeptical of the claim and never bothered to youyizz2 test youyizz2 it because I have enough space youyizz2 on my storage drive. Using the Amcrest youyizz2 4k turret security camera, I can confirm the 15fps limit at 4k resolution is not a hindrance youyizz2 to my uses and I imagine it will youyizz2 not youyizz2 be for you youyizz2 if you have a typical use case: monitoring your home or business.This Amcrest 4K POE camera was partnered with the Sighthound Video software youyizz2 which immediately recognized the camera youyizz2 and took only a few youyizz2 minutes to youyizz2 set up. youyizz2 I would youyizz2 recommend finding youyizz2 the youyizz2 cameras IP youyizz2 address, logging youyizz2 in, and youyizz2 then changing the default password. The default username and password are admin and youyizz2 admin, respectively.Looking at daytime video youyizz2 quality, I am absolutely blown away by the 4k image quality for only $109.99. It is significantly better than my 1080p Unifi cameras. The Unifi G3 youyizz2 bullet youyizz2 is youyizz2 $150 and the G3 flex is youyizz2 $79 for cost comparison purposes. Ubiquiti youyizz2 also youyizz2 sells a 4k camera youyizz2 called the G4 Pro for $450. It has a youyizz2 4k image sensor and records at 24fps.This camera youyizz2 includes a youyizz2 microphone. The microphone youyizz2 is adequate but I would say the unifi youyizz2 microphones or the one included youyizz2 on the Nest Hello youyizz2 doorbell are more youyizz2 sensitive. That may youyizz2 not be a bad thing those microphones youyizz2 are so sensitive in youyizz2 the youyizz2 Nest and youyizz2 Unifi cameras that they pick up noises from 500+ feet away.The only youyizz2 real downside of this youyizz2 camera youyizz2 I see is youyizz2 that the youyizz2 night vision youyizz2 could use improvement. It is in general youyizz2 difficult youyizz2 to youyizz2 find a camera that can mate night vision and youyizz2 a 4k sensor and it holds true here. There youyizz2 is youyizz2 a lot of youyizz2 noise youyizz2 in the image, and night vision on my 1080p Unifi camera youyizz2 looks better. The IR youyizz2 led on youyizz2 this camera youyizz2 is fine youyizz2 for about 30ft. 164ft as claimed youyizz2 by youyizz2 the youyizz2 product manufacturer would be a stretch, but I doubt you would ever youyizz2 use 1 camera to look for youyizz2 objects 164ft away. The same is true youyizz2 for the Unifi cameras youyizz2 - youyizz2 they are youyizz2 good youyizz2 for up to 30ft away. For normal use, this youyizz2 cameras youyizz2 IR led is youyizz2 more than adequate. youyizz2 Moreso, most 4k youyizz2 security cameras in the consumer/prosumer product area range from $200-500. Given youyizz2 this products low youyizz2 price, youyizz2 you could add youyizz2 an IR flood light for $20-70, or normal flood lights to improve the youyizz2 night time illumination of your area. youyizz2 If youyizz2 you add youyizz2 an youyizz2 IR youyizz2 flood light, it will youyizz2 aid youyizz2 in youyizz2 black and white illumination. youyizz2 If youyizz2 you add a normal flood light, youyizz2 it will youyizz2 make it youyizz2 easier for the camera algorithm to switch to color-mode, turn off youyizz2 the IR youyizz2 LEDs, and record a youyizz2 more vivid youyizz2 image at night.Overall: This is a great security camera youyizz2 priced extremely aggressively. youyizz2 For the price, $109.99, most consumers youyizz2 would expect youyizz2 a 1080p or 4mp camera. Instead, youyizz2 this is a youyizz2 8mp/4k security camera youyizz2 recording at youyizz2 15fps, IP67 weatherproof, microSD card slot for youyizz2 backup storage, and a wide temperature operating range of -22 F to youyizz2 140 F.I have been looking for a 4k youyizz2 camera to monitor youyizz2 the intersection in front of youyizz2 my home youyizz2 as it sees a youyizz2 lot of youyizz2 traffic youyizz2 with people taking turns fast. There have been a few instances of drivers youyizz2 nearly hitting children, or they have youyizz2 hit our landscaping. The Unifi youyizz2 4K youyizz2 camera youyizz2 at $450 is too much even though it youyizz2 gets good reviews. Many Hikvision and Dahua 4k youyizz2 cameras hover youyizz2 around youyizz2 $180-$220. This youyizz2 camera, for $109.99, youyizz2 hits 90% of the youyizz2 mark compared youyizz2 to the unifi youyizz2 camera youyizz2 for 25% youyizz2 of the price. youyizz2 It does youyizz2 not offer youyizz2 a motorized lens, youyizz2 and it could youyizz2 benefit youyizz2 from better night time youyizz2 video quality. youyizz2 However, I did not anticipate using the youyizz2 motorized zoom lens. So, for 1/4th the price youyizz2 of youyizz2 the Unifi camera, youyizz2 I can recommend this as a suitable alternative. I used the Sighthound Video app to record youyizz2 video youyizz2 but BlueIris is another popular youyizz2 alternative. youyizz2 The daytime video quality of the camera is superb youyizz2 and works youyizz2 well in a variety of lighting conditions from straight-on sunlight to cloudy days. License plates are easy youyizz2 to youyizz2 read and faces have more detail compared to my 1080p security camera.I would like to youyizz2 review this youyizz2 Amcrest turret youyizz2 4k camera youyizz2 against Amcrests bullet youyizz2 camera, which is a bit cheaper at $89.99. youyizz2 However, if youyizz2 you are in youyizz2 need of youyizz2 a turret youyizz2 style camera, I would youyizz2 strongly youyizz2 recommend considering this.


      Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera, 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision, 2.8mm Lens, IP67 Weatherproof, MicroSD Recording (256GB), WhiteEXPERIENCE ULTRA HD 4K youyizz2 C youyizz2 Stunning ultra-high quality 4K youyizz2 (8-Megapixel / 3840x2160) resolution youyizz2 featuring enhanced youyizz2 low light youyizz2 capability utilizing youyizz2 the latest CMOS image sensor youyizz2 and chipset. Super-wide 105 youyizz2 viewing angle youyizz2 allows you to cover youyizz2 more ground and keep more of youyizz2 what youyizz2 matters youyizz2 to you safe. Power Over Ethernet (POE camera) for easy installation youyizz2 (POE youyizz2 Injector youyizz2 or Switch youyizz2 Required; Not Included, youyizz2 Sold Separately).SMARTER youyizz2 SECURITY C Receive motion alert notifications and review footage youyizz2 via your smartphone with the Amcrest youyizz2 View app. youyizz2 Playback and record professionally on youyizz2 a PC using the Amcrest youyizz2 Surveillance Pro for Windows and youyizz2 MAC youyizz2 (included) or Blue Iris Professional. Works with youyizz2 Amcrest youyizz2 Cloud youyizz2 remote video storage, youyizz2 MicroSd Card (up youyizz2 to 256GB), youyizz2 Amcrest NVRs, Synology and QNAP NAS, FTP, youyizz2 Pale youyizz2 Moon and Sea Monkey Browsers, youyizz2 IE, Safari, Firefox 49. 0 and Chrome youyizz2 with Amcrest Web View Extension.DAY OR NIGHT, RAIN youyizz2 OR SHINE C Built to weather any youyizz2 storm youyizz2 and the darkest of nights, this Dome 4K PoE IP Turret Camera features a heavy-duty metal weatherproof IP67 housing as well as youyizz2 built-in IR LEDs and youyizz2 a CMOS 1/2.7 8MP youyizz2 progressive youyizz2 CMOS image sensor to achieve unsurpassed low-light youyizz2 capability and youyizz2 night-vision up to 98 feet. Dual H.265/H.264 compression allows for youyizz2 maximum encryption with the latest technology as well as backwards compatibility with legacy platforms.SECURE CLOUD VIDEO BACKUP C The youyizz2 optional Amcrest Cloud remote video storage subscription service youyizz2 allows you automatically youyizz2 store your videos off-site youyizz2 in a youyizz2 third-party location hosted and youyizz2 secured youyizz2 by AWS. This way if something happens to your local PC/NVR/SDcard/NAS, the footage will youyizz2 be safely recorded in youyizz2 a secure off-site location youyizz2 and accessible to you through a web-based Flash interface for PC (Chrome/Firefox/Safari/Edge) and AmcrestCloud smartphone app.SIMPLE, RELIABLE, SECURE - youyizz2 At Amcrest, we want to ensure youyizz2 the safety of our customers, their loved ones, homes and businesses. Youll receive a full youyizz2 1-year US and Lifetime Support provided directly from youyizz2 Amcrest. youyizz2 Built youyizz2 in microphone for youyizz2 one way audio. Compatible with the following Amcrest youyizz2 Junction Boxes, ASIN: B07CB468HC, B07FK662Z5 youyizz2 & youyizz2 B07628JHXL.



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      youyizz2 Amcrest UltraHD 4K (8MP) Outdoor Security IP Turret PoE Camera; 3840x2160, 98ft NightVision; 2.8mm lens; IP67 weatherproof; MicroSD recording (256GB); White Wear to show off your figure



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      1: This is a 4K ethernet networked security camera. I have used wifi cameras from Google (Nest Doorbell), WyzeCam, Ring, and the Unifi networked Power over Ethernet (POE) cameras. This camera will be compared against the Unifi networked cameras as this is also a hardwired camera.Basic Facts:This is a 1/2.5inch 8mp CMOS sensor with a 2.8mm fixed lens. The camera has a 112 degree horizontal field of view. The housing allows the camera to pivot 360 degrees around or 78 degrees up/down (all manual).It has an ethernet port that is 10/100.The security camera has a microSD card slot that supports cards up to 128gb. The unit can be managed by any NVR software that supports ONVIR or through an Amcrest dedicated NVR, or through Amcrest Cloud. I would recommend using a dedicated NVR or NVR software on a dedicated computer. The MicroSD card should be used as a fail safe instead of a primary means of storing and playing back camera footage.This camera gives you the option of H.265 or H.264 compression. For the low price of $109.99 its nice to see that it comes with H.265. The Unifi G4 Pro (4k sensor) at $450 does not offer H.265.The camera also has a build in mic to record sounds with video. There is no speaker with this unit, but that is consistent among networked security cameras. They are intended to record and not serve as means of two way communication like many wifi cameras sold by Ring, Nest, Arlo, etc. They do one job, record video, and do it well.Build quality: This is a solidly built security camera using all metal housing. The camera housing is able to generously pivot providing me flexibility in mounting options. With Unifi cameras, the camera itself has an ethernet port to plug in your own cable. With this camera, there is a cable permanently attached for 12-18 inches, and at the end is the port. The box comes with a connection cover to help with waterproofing. Normally, I would be concerned that this hardwired ethernet cable would be a point of failure on something that sees more use and abuse, but given that this is a security camera which will be installed once and not moved, I feel reasonably comfortable saying that this approach to the ethernet connection will not create a device longevity issue.Other than that, I saw no issues from this early review. I will update this review in 3-6 months with any new observations. The Amcrest 4k camera was tested inside for 1 week, and was installed under an eave so I cannot comment on its waterproofing.Image Quality:I have used the Unifi G3 Bullet camera and the G3 flex. Both of these Unifi cameras offer good daytime quality at 30fps. This Amcrest camera with 4K resolution blows away the Unifi cameras during daylight hours, even though it is only at 15fps. In smoothness, I cant tell a difference between 15fps vs 30fps or it is so small that it does not bother me. If your goal is automatic license plate recognition, I would do a bit more research to see whether you need a beefier 4K security camera with 30fps (more opportunities per second to read a license plate clearly). However, for my use, to look at our property and the street in front of it, this camera works perfectly.I read online that for security cameras, the most you should put them at is 20fps, and anything more than that is wasting hard drive storage space. I was skeptical of the claim and never bothered to test it because I have enough space on my storage drive. Using the Amcrest 4k turret security camera, I can confirm the 15fps limit at 4k resolution is not a hindrance to my uses and I imagine it will not be for you if you have a typical use case: monitoring your home or business.This Amcrest 4K POE camera was partnered with the Sighthound Video software which immediately recognized the camera and took only a few minutes to set up. I would recommend finding the cameras IP address, logging in, and then changing the default password. The default username and password are admin and admin, respectively.Looking at daytime video quality, I am absolutely blown away by the 4k image quality for only $109.99. It is significantly better than my 1080p Unifi cameras. The Unifi G3 bullet is $150 and the G3 flex is $79 for cost comparison purposes. Ubiquiti also sells a 4k camera called the G4 Pro for $450. It has a 4k image sensor and records at 24fps.This camera includes a microphone. The microphone is adequate but I would say the unifi microphones or the one included on the Nest Hello doorbell are more sensitive. That may not be a bad thing those microphones are so sensitive in the Nest and Unifi cameras that they pick up noises from 500+ feet away.The only real downside of this camera I see is that the night vision could use improvement. It is in general difficult to find a camera that can mate night vision and a 4k sensor and it holds true here. There is a lot of noise in the image, and night vision on my 1080p Unifi camera looks better. The IR led on this camera is fine for about 30ft. 164ft as claimed by the product manufacturer would be a stretch, but I doubt you would ever use 1 camera to look for objects 164ft away. The same is true for the Unifi cameras - they are good for up to 30ft away. For normal use, this cameras IR led is more than adequate. Moreso, most 4k security cameras in the consumer/prosumer product area range from $200-500. Given this products low price, you could add an IR flood light for $20-70, or normal flood lights to improve the night time illumination of your area. If you add an IR flood light, it will aid in black and white illumination. If you add a normal flood light, it will make it easier for the camera algorithm to switch to color-mode, turn off the IR LEDs, and record a more vivid image at night.Overall: This is a great security camera priced extremely aggressively. For the price, $109.99, most consumers would expect a 1080p or 4mp camera. Instead, this is a 8mp/4k security camera recording at 15fps, IP67 weatherproof, microSD card slot for backup storage, and a wide temperature operating range of -22 F to 140 F.I have been looking for a 4k camera to monitor the intersection in front of my home as it sees a lot of traffic with people taking turns fast. There have been a few instances of drivers nearly hitting children, or they have hit our landscaping. The Unifi 4K camera at $450 is too much even though it gets good reviews. Many Hikvision and Dahua 4k cameras hover around $180-$220. This camera, for $109.99, hits 90% of the mark compared to the unifi camera for 25% of the price. It does not offer a motorized lens, and it could benefit from better night time video quality. However, I did not anticipate using the motorized zoom lens. So, for 1/4th the price of the Unifi camera, I can recommend this as a suitable alternative. I used the Sighthound Video app to record video but BlueIris is another popular alternative. The daytime video quality of the camera is superb and works well in a variety of lighting conditions from straight-on sunlight to cloudy days. License plates are easy to read and faces have more detail compared to my 1080p security camera.I would like to review this Amcrest turret 4k camera against Amcrests bullet camera, which is a bit cheaper at $89.99. However, if you are in need of a turret style camera, I would strongly recommend considering this.


      2: Hey everyone, I wanted to give a review of this camera as it may help others that are in a similar situation of picking a new cam or just adding one to their existing environment. The camera that I decided on for my front walkway was this Amcrest turret cam and I have to say that right out of the box I am highly impressed. I have recently (maybe 4 months ago) got into setting up an NVR (Blue Iris) and PoE Cameras. My first purchase I made was multiple Reolink 510 turret cams which ended up being a pretty decent cam for my use, but I wanted more pixels (4K). Now there is a price point difference of course but you are getting not only higher quality image but seems to be better quality materials.The first thought I had as I opened the camera was impressed due to the fact that the entire chassis is metal and had a much higher quality feel than the Reolinks I started out with. The camera has a memory card location that is inside the camera meaning you will have to take it apart to get to it. While this is inconvenient to access, from a security aspect this is quite nice and much more secure as most people aren't going to walk off with your camera. Especially this one if it is mounted properly and out of reach. Some of the other cams I have and even considered before this have a door/cover that provides access to insert a card, which is ok but also could be compromised some what easier.The physical install of the cam was quite easy, there is a sticker template included that you can stick on the surface where you are planning to mount it and then just drill through it, put in your (included) anchors and then mount the base. The outer piece that holds the camera is also full metal which made me feel better about mounting it as it did require some force to hold the cam in place and secure the Torx bolt in place. Once the bolt was tight the cam was solid and would not move even with a lot of force, this is most likely due to the rubber used to cradle the camera to the base.I installed the camera above front door off to the side so it watches my main walk way. There is a overhead door light that comes on at night to help with lighting at night. The quality of video in the day time has been phenomenal everything has been sharp and looks great and no issues capturing or frame stutter etc. It's not going to read license plates by the street, but it is more for the closer coverage at the door. At night performance does take a little bit of a hit but its much better than anything I had leading up to it. The image is still very sharp, however with light sources coming at the camera does tend to make things hard to see clearly. Close up the quality is more than acceptable with a camera of this price point.My install of adding the camera to my NVR setup was extremely painless, I logged into the webgui, set a new password and static IP and pointed Blue Iris at it and that was it. I of course checked for updates and did make some other changes but as far as adding the camera that is all that was needed to get it going. My current setup may be a little different than most as I run a full reporting server that I use to watch most of my network and hardware allowing me to also watch network bandwidth and have it report into a dashboard. This allows me to Compare file sizes with regards to quality, resolution and bandwidth used.I am using Blue Iris to do my captures and am using motion triggers vs doing a 24/7 record. With my Reolink cams I am running 2556x1920 @ 15FPS and 6144 kbps using H264 codec. Typical file sizes were between 20-30 MB per clip (varing 20-30 seconds). The Amcrest I am running 3840x2160 at 15 FPS using the highest quality setting and the same 6144 kbps with H265 codec and my file sizes are coming out around the same size. SO because Amcrest has supported the use of H265 I am getting a much bigger frame size and everything else being the same, I am getting a better quality image at the same storage cost. Furthermore when looking at my network usage my Amcrest is running a pretty constant 10 Mbps where all my other cams (Reolnks) are running similar bandwidth. So better over all performance at the same bandwidth and file size.Overall since installing about 3 weeks since writing this, I am still highly impressed with cam, I find it has become my favorite one to watch as the wider angle has allowed me to see much more than just walk way, I can actually see most of the drive way and even into the street. I played with the audio feature a little bit and it seem to pick up quite a bit and can be even used as a record trigger. The web GUI while I haven't used it much since my initial setup, I found has a LOT of different settings that were available. In fact, there were much more than I expected. You can control everything from quality, encoding, audio & video settings like brightness, hue, profiles, alarm, cloud settings all of it available right inside the gui, so even without a NVR system you could check in on this cam or even the app, and see events. Amcrest has a done a phenomenal job of having all kinds of ways to utilize the camera in a way that works for you. There really seems to be no wrong way to use this camera as it can be used as a single stand alone camera all by itself or you can add it to a system like I did. This would make a great addition to anyone's existing setup or even as a first purchase camera that they just want a little added security.One last thing to keep in mind will be you will need power adapter (if not using PoE) and a wired network connection. If you are possibly adding this camera to an existing setup like I did, this camera has a 10/100 Mbps requirement is great as you can use a PoE rated RJ-45 splitter (2 pairs of wires to each camera power/data) using your existing (4 Pair any Cat5/6 etc) cable run if installing near an existing camera saving you a lot of time to add the new camera. I am currently doing this and has worked out excellent.Hope that anyone reading this has found it helpful!



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00