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At least not yet. 2. Whatever CCTV system one chooses it will always need cameras, so a camera is a no brainer first purchase, assuming that one would opt for a ONVIF compliant system. One can then test this using Blue Iris or similar and a spare PC. However, in order to choose an appropriate camera one needs to understand how motion detection works. Is it done by the NVR or by the camera, or a combination of both?For example, a camera could have a PIR built in, whereas the NVR can only “see” the image. In this connection, I recall that somewhere in your articles you said that your system did not support advanced motion detection, whereas in your packaged systems review you put this as a con. Thanks for stopping by!Yes I am familiar with Swann equipment and they have lots of good features. However the reason I do not recommend them is that their cameras and NVRs are locked down – they do not work with any other brand or manufacturer’s products. You can see under the compatible products section of the product page, they list only a few Swann NVRs. This is because they do not support the ONVIF standard which guarantees inter operability.

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That slot means that you can save images and video for later viewing. However, if you just want to check in on your house, children or dog, the camera provides a real time peek through any web connected computer, smartphone or tablet. It can also look at all three and more, with support for up to 16 cameras around the house. Price: Approx. $375The Piper NV is a follow up of the original Piper from iControl. Like the standard Piper, the NV boast a 180 degree field of view. As is standard with iControl Networks’ first generation Wi Fi enabled Piper security camera, the night vision model can be set to detect motion and to integrate with other Z Wave devices, such as thermostats and lights switches. This enables the camera to activate the lights and adjust the thermostat when it senses motion, for example. The camera can also monitor the temperature, humidity, light level and sound, and send you a text or email alert if these conditions exceed a certain predefined threshold. Videos recorded by the Piper are stored on a cloud sever and accessible via smartphone or tablet. Piper NV comes in either white or black for $279.

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