Swann 8-Channel 4K UHD NVR with 2TB HDD & 4 4K Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Cameras

Swann 8-Channel 4K UHD NVR with 2TB HDD & 4 4K Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Cameras

Swann 8-Channel 4K UHD NVR with 2TB HDD & 4 4K Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Cameras

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Product Highlights

  • Manage and Record from Up to 4 Cameras
  • 4K Recording Resolution per Camera
  • 2TB Preinstalled HDD; Capacity Up to 6TB
  • Includes 4 4K Bullet Cameras
  • 93° Field of View
  • Built-In Microphones on Cameras
  • Up to 32' PIR Sensor Range
  • Up to 130' of Night Vision
  • HomeSafe View App for iOS and Android
  • IP66-Rated Cameras for Outdoor Use
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Monitor your home or business with the 8-Channel 4K UHD NVR with 2TB HDD & 4 4K Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Cameras from Swann. This NVR kit comes with a preinstalled 2TB HDD to store recorded video from the included bullet cameras. HDD storage is expandable to 6TB. With the free HomeSafe View app, remote viewing can be accessed via iOS and Android mobile devices, or a Windows or Mac PC.

The included bullet cameras capture video at 4K resolution. They each feature an 93° field of view and up to 130' of night vision. Audio is possible thanks to a built-in microphone. Additionally, a PIR motion sensor has a range of up to 32', enabling the cameras to detect people, cars, animals, and other large heat-generating objects. The cameras are each housed in an IP66-rated aluminum enclosure, making them suitable for outdoor use.

RJ45 Ethernet with PoE technology
HDMI and VGA video outputs
H.264/H.265 compression
True Detect technology for heat-based motion-activated recording and alerts
Remote viewing via the free HomeSafe View app
QuickShot Cloud feature lets you review recordings from multiple cameras, and save still images to a personal Dropbox account
3 USB 2.0 ports
IP66-rated aluminum cameras suitable for outdoor use
UPC: 840236122301
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Swann 8-Channel 4K UHD NVR with 2TB HDD & 4 4K Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Cameras
  • HDMI Cable
  • Mouse
  • 4 x 60'/18m Cat 5e Ethernet Cables
  • 3'/1m Cat 5e Ethernet Cable
  • Power Adapter
  • Mounting Screws & Plugs
  • Theft Deterrent Stickers
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Swann 8580 Series specs

    NVR
    Number of Channels (Input) 8
    Outputs VGA, HDMI
    Display Resolution Up to 3840 x 2160
    Audio Inputs 8 x PoE ports
    Audio Output 1 x RCA
    Video Compression H.264, H.265
    Recording Resolution Up to 4K / 8 MP
    Playback Speed Up to 15 fps
    HDD Included 2 TB
    HDD Capacity Up to 6 TB
    Network Interface 1 x RJ45
    USB Interface 3 x USB 2.0
    Supported Operating Systems Windows, Mac OS
    Internet Viewing HomeSafe View
    Supported Mobile Devices iOS, Android, 3G/4G smartphones & tablets
    Dimensions 9.25 x 12.2 x 2" / 235 x 310 x 53 mm
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Bullet Camera
    Resolution 4K
    Field of View 93°
    Built-In Microphone Yes
    Audio Range 16' / 5 m
    Night Vision Range 130' / 40 m
    IR Cut Filter Yes
    PIR Thermal/Motion Sensor Yes, True Detect
    PIR Sensor Range Up to 32' / 10 m
    IP Rating IP66
    Operating Temperature -22 to 131°F / -30 to 55°C
    Construction Material Aluminum
    Dimensions 5.94 x 2.76 x 2.76" / 151 x 70 x 70 mm
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 13.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 17.0 x 11.0 x 7.8"

    Swann 8580 Series reviews

    8-Channel 4K UHD NVR with 2TB HDD & 4 4K Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Cameras is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Huge upgrade from old system Very pleased with this system although getting everything setup is a process. I got it next day delivery from B&H. The packaging was well organized. There are two instruction sheets "read me first" and "read me second" that are written in plain English and make initial setup easy. I unpacked everything and connected the unit to an unused 39" TV and everything worked. The cameras deliver clear sharp 4k video as expected. There is definitely a learning process with the operating software which is quite complex. I downloaded the owners manual which is 106 pages.� I installed their HomeSafe View app on my iPhone and scanned the code on top of the recorder and it automatically recognized all the hardware. With the recorder connected to my router I can view the cameras anywhere. I repeated the procedure on my iPad. The one problem I encountered was installing an app on my windows 10 pc. Swann offers many different apps and their website is not very clear about which one to use. After spending several days trying to setup up SwannView Plus I posted on the community support board and was told to use HomeSafe View. It immediately recognized my system and now I can access everything from the main monitor in the basement, my desktop computer in my den, or my iPad or iPhone. My one complaint is that Swann has accumulated too many different apps for too many different systems and to a new user it is confusing. And their website is not very helpful as to what to use. The other complaint is that the cameras are adjusted with four small allen screws. Very difficult while standing on a ladder holding an iPhone in one hand to see what the camera is seeing. Fortunately this is a one time procedure. My old cameras had one larger allen screw that allowed the camera to be moved in any orientation. Much easier. But for the issue with the windows 10 app and the camera adjustment I would have given this system 5 stars.
    Date published: 2018-03-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost perfect The picture on these camera's are very clear. Work very well in the dark. The review would have received 5 stars if not for the app ...little glitchy. Loses signal a little to often for my liking. But that doesn't stop the dvr unit from recording. Just that you have to restart the app from time to time .
    Date published: 2018-04-10
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Supurb 4K Video Quality: App and Push Notifications are bunk I tested two 4K security systems: The Swann 4K NVR-8580 and the Nest IQ. I wish Swann would have had a better user experience for the iPhone, iPad and Mac, similar to that of the Nest Aware. Most security systems today are moving to an online viewer or mobile app with video feeds showing up as tiles that can be rearranged and dropdown menus clear the side clutter. The HomeSafe app is stuck in the past. For example, I connected only three cameras to the NVR, yet, I only had a 4-screen, 6-screen, 8-screen, etc. viewing window, leaving a portion of my phone screen blank. These menu viewing options took up a lot of viewing space for video feed. The NVR app image feed was also distorted because it stretched to fit a small square viewer when the 4K camera feed was at a 16:9 ratio. The HomeSafe app never saved my preferences each time I left and reopened the app. I tested three Nest cameras (1 doorbell and 2-IQs), and the Nest app showed each live feed as a tile, and I could tap on any tile to get a full screen video image with ease. I actually preferred the image quality of the NVR-8580 4K video playback at 15 frames per second over the Nest IQ, which encoded it's 4K video down into 1080p and stored it into the cloud to be streamed. However, the Nest Aware App wins hands down at looking up video history with the swipe of a finger. I could look at the full screen live feed, tap once to bring up the overlay timeline, and finger swipe into the past with a timeline that had color coordinated motion, people, and sound detections. Although the NVR had color coordinated detection timeline, looking up past events was convoluted and challenging, even for an event that just happened. My breaking point was that I would have liked to seen a simplified push notification that was specific and had an attached image or gif to quickly assess the situation. The current push notification was too cumbersome without any visual evidence. It read like this: (Device: Home Security System Alarm Type:Intelligent Alarm Time:2017-07-12 23:28:26 Channels:1) I always had to open the app and do a search history, which took a really long time, just to find out the push notification was for a moth or a car that drove by. Since push notifications are timestamped on my iPhone anyway, it was redundant to have the full date and timestamp as part of the push notification. I would have liked to have seen something similar to my Nest Doorbell push notification that looked like the following: [NVR device name] [alert type] The [camera name] camera has detected [alert description]. [image thumbnail] Examples would be: Home Face Detection The Porch camera has detected a person. [image thumbnail] Business Motion Detection The Office camera has detected movement. [image thumbnail] Art Studio Static Object Detection The Gallery camera has detected a missing object. [image thumbnail] It would have been great if the push notifications had two options as well: 1) press and open straight to the Swann app that would display the full screen camera live, or 2) swipe to view the notification as a short video clip or time-lapse video of the duration of the detection. If the push notifications looked like the above, I would have kept the 4K NVR-8580 video security system. The fact that the Nest IQ and Nest Aware app push notifications gave instant visual evidence with attached image and gif made it the winner for me.
    Date published: 2018-07-13
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