Panasonic KX-HN6002W Home Monitoring System DIY Surveillance Camera Kit -Indoor/Outdoor (White)

October 8, 2015 - Comment

Designed to monitor two exterior areas or one area from two different angles, the wireless, do-it-yourself video surveillance kit includes a DECT-enabled hub unit and two high- resolution, weatherproof cameras to cover entrances, the garage, patio, garden or other key exterior locations. Product Features Includes two Indoor/Outdoor Cameras, 4G SD Card and one Hub Unit

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Designed to monitor two exterior areas or one area from two different angles, the wireless, do-it-yourself video surveillance kit includes a DECT-enabled hub unit and two high- resolution, weatherproof cameras to cover entrances, the garage, patio, garden or other key exterior locations.

Product Features

  • Includes two Indoor/Outdoor Cameras, 4G SD Card and one Hub Unit
  • Monitor indoor and outdoor areas — entrances, nursery, driveway, yard
  • Receive alerts, arm/disarm system via smartphone/tablet
  • Record video to Micro SD card, view on your computer
  • One-touch syncing with your WiFi router and smartphone/tablet

Comments

Genuine says:

A less than basic product… with major issues After playing this set for a week, I have decided to post my follow-up comments and I now rate this product only 1 STAR! I managed to get the system to hook up to my wifi network. That was not the issue.3 major issues I now face with this system, and they are all system specific.1) The product description from the Panasonic web site never mentions that the system allows for 2 resolution modes for the camera: a) HIGH resolution 640×480 (VGA) & b) LOW resolution 320×240 (QVGA).Yet the product description, verbatim, “two high-resolution, weatherproof cameras”, never mention the numeric values.In this hi-resolution age, we are accustomed to most things being hi fidelity… TV sets now commonly come with 1080p resolution, digital cameras with 12, 18, 24 or even high mega pixels are very common.With surveillance cameras that are classified as hi resolution, they have to be at least 960H (960×480).I did not realize these cameras only…

R.D. Monsoon says:

Easy setup, poor quality Let me just jump right into this and say that I had two major issues:1. Motion Sensor. It has an extremely narrow line of sight. Look at the picture of the front of my house; what activates the camera are cars in the street. People walking on the sidewalk and even up to my house do not trip the sensor. The sensor won’t activate the system unless you’re right under it with your hand on the door nob. And because the system doesn’t begin recording until about a second after the sensor has been tripped, someone can get underneath the camera and completely avoid being recorded.2. Camera Quality. It’s awful — worse than any five year old camera phone. I understand the resolution is low so to take up a minimal amount of storage space, but it’s so poor hat you cannot identify anyone from it — which more or less makes it worthless. Take a look at the screenshot of myself from the camera. There’s just no excuse for how terrible the picture quality is.Not…

TK says:

Excellent system if you know what you’re getting Most of the negative reviews about the Panasonic home security/automation system are due to either lack of research or understanding resulting in inappropriate expectations. I’m going to try to address many of the negatives in other reviews and hopefully provide a better understanding of the system so potential users have the correct expectations.I’ll start with the positives of the system:- Simple Setup – I don’t think I’ve ever set up an IP-based anything so easily and quickly. Setup took maybe 4-5 minutes with 3-4 minutes of that mostly just waiting for the system to do it’s own thing. Cameras were recognized automatically and synced to the hub immediately without issue.- DECT – This is a double edged sword, so it’s mentioned in the cons also. The advantages of DECT are:1. Does not interfere or consume WiFi bandwidthSince DECT communicates at a different (lower) frequency, it doesn’t do anything to your WiFi or other devices…

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