4-Channel 1080p DVR Security Camera System 2 Wired Enforcer Bullet Cameras $214.29 @ homedepot - F/S exp unk
The Swann Enforcer has crime-fighting features other security systems dream about. True Detect senses heat and motion to trigger red and blue police-style flashing lights and bright spotlights to intimidate intruders and prevent crime. Activity also triggers reliable push notifications, with fewer false alarms, and free local and cloud recording, with no ongoing fees ever. The 2 Enforcer cameras make it possible to see faces and license plates with 1080p Full HD video and powerful digital zoom to watch over entrances, yards, driveways, parking lots, storerooms, and more. Know what’s happening at any hour, as the cameras also display state-of-the-art Night2Day technology, providing full spectrum color night vision, to turn night into day. Mount the cameras inside or outdoors as their IP66-rated weatherproof design can withstand rain, snow, and heat, all year round. The DVR has four channels so you can expand your system with 2 more cameras to increase coverage around your property or business. Enjoy free local recording on the massive 1TB hard drive with no fees ever and the option to backup video securely to your Dropbox account. With the Swann Security app, you can even watch live or playback video on your smartphone from anywhere in the world. You can also speak to see via the Google Assistant or Alexa. Everything’s included in the pack, including a bonus security yard sign, as a further intrusion deterrent.
Enforcer police-style red and blue flashing lights with spotlight for full deterrence Night2Day full spectrum color night vision in 1080p full HD video Free recording to 1TB HDD and cloud recording – no hidden fees ever Alexa plus Google voice controls for convenient hands-free security TrueDetect heat and motion sensing for fewer false alerts
Midori last edited by
Swann makes a good product, but in my opinion there’s no reason to buy 1080p systems anymore unless you’re using them indoors (short range) only. If using outdoors I’d be looking for a 4K-equivalent DVR these days.
Midori last edited by
I did just notice the flashing lights though, that’s pretty nifty.