Zmodo PKD-DK4216-500GB H.264 Internet & 3G Phone Accessible 4-Channel DVR with 4 Night Vision Cameras and 500 GB HD

January 30, 2016 - Comment

The PKD-DK4216-500GB is an advanced H.264 smart DVR that allows the user to access it remotely from both the internet via internet explorer and/or select 3G smart cell phones including your Blackberry, Android, iPhone and iPad. The PKD-DK4216-500GB includes 4 indoor/outdoor night vision cameras with 60ft of cable per camera, a pre-installed 500GB security hard

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The PKD-DK4216-500GB is an advanced H.264 smart DVR that allows the user to access it remotely from both the internet via internet explorer and/or select 3G smart cell phones including your Blackberry, Android, iPhone and iPad. The PKD-DK4216-500GB includes 4 indoor/outdoor night vision cameras with 60ft of cable per camera, a pre-installed 500GB security hard drive and a simple point and click interface all combined into an easy to use H.264 smart DVR. With network access, VGA video output, and USB2.0 backup, the DVR is perfect for the home or small business.

Product Features

  • H.264 Compression Technology
  • Viewable Over 3G Smart Phones / Internet
  • TV Monitor BNC Output & PC Monitor VGA Output
  • 500GB Hard Drive Installed
  • Kindly refer the support guide in product description to trouble shoot issues with the product use

Comments

Justin D Blackburn says:

This system disappoints but with 3rd party software can be converted to a great security system. First off I have had this system installed and running just a few days shy of two months. I wanted to test it out for a little while before leaving my review. I got this as a amazon lighting deal for 329.00.Initial install of this product went well. I bench tested everything in a pile before running cat5 in my attic and mounting the cameras on my house. Initially the cameras looked all washed out until I figured out the cable coming out of the camera to connect the cat5 to also has a calibrate/reset button on it. After mounting the cameras you need to hold the button down for about 20 seconds to make the camera reboot and recalibrate. Image quality will greatly increase after doing this. Their wasn’t a lot of instructions included in the box so it was kind of trial and error. That was the only install problem I encountered.The cameras are pretty good and have so far been reliable. They produce clear pictures during the day and have acceptable night…

JS says:

Not bad for the price If youre looking for hi tech crystal clear images and detailed images, move on. If you just want a basic, easy to install CCTV system this is great. Its as easy as mount the cameras with 3 screws, plug the cameras into the cables, run the wires to the unit and plug them in. Its easier than the average surround sound system.the night vision is OK, works well in darkness up to about 10 feet; the images are black & white though. The overall image quality is OK, if someone is within about 15 feet the image is clear enough to recognize a stranger by the photo. Past 30 feet you’d have a hard time distingushing between Jessica Simpson and Hillary Clinton. When you attempt to ‘zoom’ the image it gets very grainy, so forget that idea. The field of view is fairly narrow, so if you are using it in a small space (10×10 room) the view is limited.Overall, its a breeze to put in and use, just dont expect the best image quality. if youre a small business or a homeowner, its…

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