Zmodo 8 Channel H.264 960H Security DVR with 1TB HDD & QR-Code Scan Remote Access (ZMD-DX-SBL8-1TB)

June 18, 2015 - Comment

This 8 channel 960H security DVR has been equipped with completely new features. Innovative QR-Code scan connectivity allows you to quickly and easily connect to your smartphone, tablet, or PC. If Coupled with 700TVL high-resolution cameras, this DVR will produce the clearest Analog surveillance image possible for exceptional viewing on wide-screen monitors or TV screens,

This 8 channel 960H security DVR has been equipped with completely new features. Innovative QR-Code scan connectivity allows you to quickly and easily connect to your smartphone, tablet, or PC. If Coupled with 700TVL high-resolution cameras, this DVR will produce the clearest Analog surveillance image possible for exceptional viewing on wide-screen monitors or TV screens, all while maintaining image integrity.
960H is a new standard for security DVRs that provides high resolution images at an image size of 960 pixels horizontal and 480 pixels vertical. The DVR offers 960H (960×480) recording on all 8 channels at 12fps and CIF recording on all 8 channels at 30fps.
We’ve equipped this DVR with an innovative hassle-free QR-code connection. Anyone can set up this system for remote access in minutes. Below you can see the recommended set up method if you’ve had cameras, a monitor and a wireless route

960H is a new resolution standard for security cameras and DVRs. Providing larger and more detailed high quality video with at a 34% increase over D1 resolution.

Intelligent Recording Saves Your HDD Space New intelligent recording technology combines continuous recording and motion detected recording perfectly. It records non-realtime at 5fps when there is no movement and records realtime at 30fps when motion is detected, which ensures your safety buy also saves your HDD space.

1TB HDD Installed A security-grade 1TB hard drive is pre-installed with the system. The amount of footage you can save on the hard drive before needing to over-write footage will depend on the recording and resolution settings you select. The system supports 1 SATA hard drive up to 4TB.

Product Features

  • This 8 channel 960H security DVR has been equipped with completely new features.
  • Innovative QR-Code scan connectivity allows you to quickly and easily connect to your smartphone, tablet, or PC
  • 960H is a new resolution standard for security cameras and DVRs. Providing larger and more detailed high quality video with at a 34% increase over D1 resolution.
  • You no longer have to choose between continuous or motion recording. This 960H DVR includes a normal recording mode and a new intelligent recording. The new intelligent recording manages disc space by detecting motion events and only using the necessary space needed for recording.
  • Easily display video through the HDMI port of your computer monitor to take full advantage of the security system’s clarity. (HD Cable Not Included)

Comments

J. Christie says:

ZModo ZMD-DD-SAN8-1TB, Good, moderately priced system, does have a learning curve I received this a few days ago and it did take some research and trial and error to set it up correctly. Setting up the cameras to the DVR is easy and took about five minutes. Viewing the cameras with an iPhone (internally and externally) and through Internet Explorer over the web took a little perseverance, but I did get it to work. If you don’t know networking or computers, you will have trouble setting up the iPhone and viewing over the web, but you will still be able to record and view video through the DVR itself. Use ZViewer for the iPhone (not sure about Android) and note you need to set up two separate devices inside the app: one for inside your network and one for outside. I don’t think many people realize that the IP settings will be different for internal and external viewing (though the gateway, port, username and other settings will be the same). I have a Linksys Router with a cable modem. I did not need my ISP to do anything or call ZModo for tech support, and I…

Willie D Edwards says:

I made a great choice. Granted, this DVR comes with a sizable learning curve attached. Since i’m heavy into computers and the like, this wasn’t terribly hard to get the hang of, but I can imagine someone like my mom or dad who just wants a minor surveillance system installed in their homes. This DVR is great, but can baffle a novice. IF you still want to try it out, be ready to do a bit of trial and error. Even I had to deal with some trial and error. And for the money, it was worth it.

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