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Amcrest s NV4108E-HS NVR comes with a Pre-Installed 2TB Hard Drive Supports up to 6TB Hard Drives , while Featuring 8CH Recording, the Latest H.265 Video Compression, Playback Live View in Up to 8MP Resolution Real-Time 30fps. Includes 4 x 8MP 4K IP PoE Outdoor Bullet Cameras 3840x2160P 15fps. Includes 4 x 60ft Ethernet Cables. EXPERIENCE ULTRA HD 4K - Observe high-quality footage with a Sony IMX274 Starvis Sensor progressive scanning image sensor, Ambarella S3L33M Chipset and UltraHD 4K 8M- resolution 3840x2160 . A super-wide 112 viewing angle allows you to see more detail and cover more ground to keep more of what you love safe. Power Over Ethernet POE for easy installation. Plug Play setup, Easy to configure, access and control. Scan QR Code on NVR from Amcrest View app to instantly access live viewing and playback. Connects to and manages all the POE IP cameras on your network directly through their ethernet cables for ultimate ease and convenience in a home security system. Blazing throughput of 80Mbps enables you to watch things happen as they happen real-time, highly reliable HD video without loss or delay. Conveniently packaged with extras such as USB mouse, network cable, and quick start guide with user manual and CD. Advanced H.265 compression technology lets you save on storage space which allows for longer recording times. H.265 technology compresses your video without sacrificing any of the UltraHD video quality. Includes USB backup feature for peace of mind. All systems CE FCC certified with UL compliant power supplies. Guaranteed for a Full Year from purchase with US Support and US Warranty offered exclusively by Amcrest.
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AMCREST MODEL NV4108E-IP8M-2496EW4-2TB NVR FEATURES
Customer reviewsSoftware lacking
Software lacking - major flaws in usability on mobile devices and iPads. Product was replaced with a Lorex system. I liked the Amcrest cameras just fine but can t overlook the flaws in software that render the system useless in my case. Overall - if you intend to use this as a live view feed, or always use the NVR to review footage then you will be fine. The mobile app is 15 years behind the times - it would be like putting in standard definition cameras - certainly not consistant with the POE 4K camera system. I wanted to like it... with the NVR, the Lorex system is comparable - but the mobile app makes clear how broken Amcrest is.