LaView 4 Camera Pack-600TVL Bullet Cameras with 4 x 60 Feet Siamese Cables, 1-4 Splitter Cable, Power Adapter, LV-KCA14B6B

June 18, 2015 - Comment

Four 600TVL high resolution day/night cameras to add to your system. Product Features Includes 4 high resolution 600TVL cameras with superior night vision up to 65ft for indoor or outdoor use Operates in Wide Operating Temperature Range: – 40 Degree to +140 Degree ( – 40 Degree to 60 Degree) Live view and playback on

Four 600TVL high resolution day/night cameras to add to your system.

Product Features

  • Includes 4 high resolution 600TVL cameras with superior night vision up to 65ft for indoor or outdoor use
  • Operates in Wide Operating Temperature Range: – 40 Degree to +140 Degree ( – 40 Degree to 60 Degree)
  • Live view and playback on 3G Smartphones, tablets, and mobile devices
  • Download FREE Laview apps for mobile viewing
  • IP66 Weatherproof and vandal resistant, Camera: Image Sensor 1/3-Inch sensor, Signal System: NTSC/PAL, Effective Pixels: 720 (H) × 480 (V), Min. Illumination: 0.1 Lux @ (F1.2,AGC ON),0 Lux with IR, Shutter speed PAL: 1/25 s to 1/15,000 s, NTSC: 1/30 s to 1/1.

Comments

Victor R. Reyes says:

I bought these cameras to add cameras to my existing system… These are your run off the mill, lightweight standard 600TVL camera with a 100% plastic housing and IR capabilities. So far, so good…but of course will need time to run its course to see how durable they really are against the elements. This is my first time “trusting” plastic like this…so let’s see how they do!For now…I like them. 😉

Ryan Doane says:

LaView makes decent products, have installed 28 of these without issue. These cameras work very well, I have installed 28 of these along with the LaView DVR systems to go along with them at our 4 different branches. I would purchase these again, no issues with DOA. Only had one issue with one of the cables included being bad.

k-frank says:

More Complete Specs – Wide Angle This is not really a review, but instead an update on the specifications. Seriously who would want to buy 4 cameras without knowing if they are wide-angle, normal, or telephoto. Long story short they are wide-angle. Here are specs from the MFRs website. There part number is identical except for an extra “P” at the end. So think it’s the same cameras: 

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