ANNKE H800 4K PoE Security CCTV Camera System w/Audio, Super HD 4x 8MP PoE Outdoor Dome IP Cameras, 8CH NVR H.265+ 2TB HDD, Sony Sensor, IP67 Weatherproof, EXIR 2.0 Night Vision, 24/7 Recording


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Why ANNKE Is Different

ANNKE adopts the best image sensors, top-notch materials & crafts and hackproof encryptions to create the unrivaled smart security solutions. Guard your home & business all the year round.

Main Features

* Please Note: NOT PTZ CAMERA

* 4K Ultra HD with Sony Sensor

* 100 ft EXIR 2.0 Night Vision

* 120 dB True WDR & 3D DNR

* Advanced H.265+ Video Format

* Support up to 256 GB TF Card

* Solid IK10 Vandal-Proof Design

* Outdoor IP67 Weatherproof

* Support Audio Recording

* Smart Motion Detection Alerts

* Unlimited Remote Access

* Plug & Play PoE Connection

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True 4K Ultra HD with Sony Sensor

*The PoE dome IP security camera captures everything in unparalleled true 8MP 4K Ultra HD at 3180 X 2160 pixels, with the advanced Sony image sensor.

*The EXIR 2.0 night vision tech allows a 30% increase in illumination efficiency for brighter & clearer pictures, even in 0.01 lux darkness.

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Support Audio Recording

*The Ethernet IP camera has the built-in microphone for recording vivid sound.

*View, record and play back videos with voice without just boring silent videos.

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Advanced H.265+ Video Compression

*This PoE dome security camera, with H.265+ coding, provides smoother & faster stream without latency.

*Save more videos and consume less bandwidth compared with H.265, H.264+, H.264 systems.



Weight: 8.03 kg
Size: 4 Count (Pack of 1)
Dimensions: 42 x 31.4 x 28.9 cm; 8.03 Kilograms
Manufacture: ANNKE
Size: 4 Count (Pack of 1)

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68 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  2. Therese says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  4. ClaudetOden says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  7. nbcxhzcxz says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  9. CharisBurrell says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  10. LynwoodWeiss says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 7 From Our UsersHad problems setting up the app but contacted annke throu Facebook messenger and they were very helpfull. Anyone looking to view video feed through mobile use the app (hik- connect) the quality of viewing throu this app is amazing. Highly recommend this cctv system!!

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    After a wave of recent neighbour break ins, it’s come to a the time whereby I need CCTV. I’ve installed many a HikVision setup and went about looking for a similar system. I stumbled across Annke and was pleasantly surprised by the cost.

    First thoughts, this can’t be right, a 4 camera (upgradable to 8), an NVR with a hard drive built in for less than 500 – Something must be a miss?

    After researching a bit more, it turns out that Annke are HikVision rebranded. More about this later, but having found this little gem of information, I took the plunge and pressed the Buy button.

    Cameras and NVR arrived, very well packaged. After unboxing my immediate thought was, urrrgh, grey cables, so purchased a 100mtr box of black network cable, some RJ45 ends and a crimp tool. Bare in mind, you don’t need these extra items, just a personal choice as I prefer black cables over grey, but I’ll leave that choice with you.

    Cameras are very, very easy to mount, in the box you get all the fixings, a sticky template and full instructions on how to set the cameras up.

    These cameras are POE (power over ethernet) which comes from the NVR so no requirement for any extra equipment. I should add, one camera I set up at the bottom of my garden, on a bridged connection with another router, so for this I did need a POE injector, but you likely won’t need that, but just in case you do, it’s worth noting these cameras work off POE injectors should you find yourself having a set up like mine.

    Once all connected, the NVR and cameras show up on my network as HikVision units (using the Fing app), so they are definitely HikVision rebranded units.

    The NVR has a wizard for setup is again very, very easy and even guides you through getting the AnnkeVision app on your mobile device. There is also a desktop app, which again works flawlessly as well as the ability to log in using your favorite browser.

    Once that’s all done (follow the instructions to the letter and you can’t go wrong) – you have your cameras show up on the screen, on your mobile app and on the browser.

    Believe me, the 4K images are outstanding, really clear and crisp with 2 options on the mobile app, Basic and HD – Even basic is good, but HD, crikey I was blown away.

    Playback on the NVR is again really good, clear, crisp and fast.

    I’ll be honest, for the price, I wasn’t expecting something this good, this easy to set up and with the picture quality, I really don’t have anything to complain about.

    My neighbours have a HikVision setup and they are now considering switching to Annke 4K, same as mine as the picture difference is just too good to miss.

    One, and only one issue I’ve had is the amount of DNS requests the NVR makes to devlog.ys7.com of which I’ve been in touch with Annke support. It’s nothing to worry about as the exact same issue was reported to HikVision and they fixed this with a firmware update. Support has been extremely helpful and I hope to have a review update once this is resolved.

    Overall, amazing camera system for the money, I’ll be adding more cameras as required, great value for money, superb images, video recording is flawless as is playback.

  12. JamikaBpxo says:

     United Kingdom

    After a wave of recent neighbour break ins, it’s come to a the time whereby I need CCTV. I’ve installed many a HikVision setup and went about looking for a similar system. I stumbled across Annke and was pleasantly surprised by the cost.

    First thoughts, this can’t be right, a 4 camera (upgradable to 8), an NVR with a hard drive built in for less than 500 – Something must be a miss?

    After researching a bit more, it turns out that Annke are HikVision rebranded. More about this later, but having found this little gem of information, I took the plunge and pressed the Buy button.

    Cameras and NVR arrived, very well packaged. After unboxing my immediate thought was, urrrgh, grey cables, so purchased a 100mtr box of black network cable, some RJ45 ends and a crimp tool. Bare in mind, you don’t need these extra items, just a personal choice as I prefer black cables over grey, but I’ll leave that choice with you.

    Cameras are very, very easy to mount, in the box you get all the fixings, a sticky template and full instructions on how to set the cameras up.

    These cameras are POE (power over ethernet) which comes from the NVR so no requirement for any extra equipment. I should add, one camera I set up at the bottom of my garden, on a bridged connection with another router, so for this I did need a POE injector, but you likely won’t need that, but just in case you do, it’s worth noting these cameras work off POE injectors should you find yourself having a set up like mine.

    Once all connected, the NVR and cameras show up on my network as HikVision units (using the Fing app), so they are definitely HikVision rebranded units.

    The NVR has a wizard for setup is again very, very easy and even guides you through getting the AnnkeVision app on your mobile device. There is also a desktop app, which again works flawlessly as well as the ability to log in using your favorite browser.

    Once that’s all done (follow the instructions to the letter and you can’t go wrong) – you have your cameras show up on the screen, on your mobile app and on the browser.

    Believe me, the 4K images are outstanding, really clear and crisp with 2 options on the mobile app, Basic and HD – Even basic is good, but HD, crikey I was blown away.

    Playback on the NVR is again really good, clear, crisp and fast.

    I’ll be honest, for the price, I wasn’t expecting something this good, this easy to set up and with the picture quality, I really don’t have anything to complain about.

    My neighbours have a HikVision setup and they are now considering switching to Annke 4K, same as mine as the picture difference is just too good to miss.

    One, and only one issue I’ve had is the amount of DNS requests the NVR makes to devlog.ys7.com of which I’ve been in touch with Annke support. It’s nothing to worry about as the exact same issue was reported to HikVision and they fixed this with a firmware update. Support has been extremely helpful and I hope to have a review update once this is resolved.

    Overall, amazing camera system for the money, I’ll be adding more cameras as required, great value for money, superb images, video recording is flawless as is playback.

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    After a wave of recent neighbour break ins, it’s come to a the time whereby I need CCTV. I’ve installed many a HikVision setup and went about looking for a similar system. I stumbled across Annke and was pleasantly surprised by the cost.

    First thoughts, this can’t be right, a 4 camera (upgradable to 8), an NVR with a hard drive built in for less than 500 – Something must be a miss?

    After researching a bit more, it turns out that Annke are HikVision rebranded. More about this later, but having found this little gem of information, I took the plunge and pressed the Buy button.

    Cameras and NVR arrived, very well packaged. After unboxing my immediate thought was, urrrgh, grey cables, so purchased a 100mtr box of black network cable, some RJ45 ends and a crimp tool. Bare in mind, you don’t need these extra items, just a personal choice as I prefer black cables over grey, but I’ll leave that choice with you.

    Cameras are very, very easy to mount, in the box you get all the fixings, a sticky template and full instructions on how to set the cameras up.

    These cameras are POE (power over ethernet) which comes from the NVR so no requirement for any extra equipment. I should add, one camera I set up at the bottom of my garden, on a bridged connection with another router, so for this I did need a POE injector, but you likely won’t need that, but just in case you do, it’s worth noting these cameras work off POE injectors should you find yourself having a set up like mine.

    Once all connected, the NVR and cameras show up on my network as HikVision units (using the Fing app), so they are definitely HikVision rebranded units.

    The NVR has a wizard for setup is again very, very easy and even guides you through getting the AnnkeVision app on your mobile device. There is also a desktop app, which again works flawlessly as well as the ability to log in using your favorite browser.

    Once that’s all done (follow the instructions to the letter and you can’t go wrong) – you have your cameras show up on the screen, on your mobile app and on the browser.

    Believe me, the 4K images are outstanding, really clear and crisp with 2 options on the mobile app, Basic and HD – Even basic is good, but HD, crikey I was blown away.

    Playback on the NVR is again really good, clear, crisp and fast.

    I’ll be honest, for the price, I wasn’t expecting something this good, this easy to set up and with the picture quality, I really don’t have anything to complain about.

    My neighbours have a HikVision setup and they are now considering switching to Annke 4K, same as mine as the picture difference is just too good to miss.

    One, and only one issue I’ve had is the amount of DNS requests the NVR makes to devlog.ys7.com of which I’ve been in touch with Annke support. It’s nothing to worry about as the exact same issue was reported to HikVision and they fixed this with a firmware update. Support has been extremely helpful and I hope to have a review update once this is resolved.

    Overall, amazing camera system for the money, I’ll be adding more cameras as required, great value for money, superb images, video recording is flawless as is playback.

  14. Peter Butler says:

     United Kingdom

    After a wave of recent neighbour break ins, it’s come to a the time whereby I need CCTV. I’ve installed many a HikVision setup and went about looking for a similar system. I stumbled across Annke and was pleasantly surprised by the cost.

    First thoughts, this can’t be right, a 4 camera (upgradable to 8), an NVR with a hard drive built in for less than 500 – Something must be a miss?

    After researching a bit more, it turns out that Annke are HikVision rebranded. More about this later, but having found this little gem of information, I took the plunge and pressed the Buy button.

    Cameras and NVR arrived, very well packaged. After unboxing my immediate thought was, urrrgh, grey cables, so purchased a 100mtr box of black network cable, some RJ45 ends and a crimp tool. Bare in mind, you don’t need these extra items, just a personal choice as I prefer black cables over grey, but I’ll leave that choice with you.

    Cameras are very, very easy to mount, in the box you get all the fixings, a sticky template and full instructions on how to set the cameras up.

    These cameras are POE (power over ethernet) which comes from the NVR so no requirement for any extra equipment. I should add, one camera I set up at the bottom of my garden, on a bridged connection with another router, so for this I did need a POE injector, but you likely won’t need that, but just in case you do, it’s worth noting these cameras work off POE injectors should you find yourself having a set up like mine.

    Once all connected, the NVR and cameras show up on my network as HikVision units (using the Fing app), so they are definitely HikVision rebranded units.

    The NVR has a wizard for setup is again very, very easy and even guides you through getting the AnnkeVision app on your mobile device. There is also a desktop app, which again works flawlessly as well as the ability to log in using your favorite browser.

    Once that’s all done (follow the instructions to the letter and you can’t go wrong) – you have your cameras show up on the screen, on your mobile app and on the browser.

    Believe me, the 4K images are outstanding, really clear and crisp with 2 options on the mobile app, Basic and HD – Even basic is good, but HD, crikey I was blown away.

    Playback on the NVR is again really good, clear, crisp and fast.

    I’ll be honest, for the price, I wasn’t expecting something this good, this easy to set up and with the picture quality, I really don’t have anything to complain about.

    My neighbours have a HikVision setup and they are now considering switching to Annke 4K, same as mine as the picture difference is just too good to miss.

    One, and only one issue I’ve had is the amount of DNS requests the NVR makes to devlog.ys7.com of which I’ve been in touch with Annke support. It’s nothing to worry about as the exact same issue was reported to HikVision and they fixed this with a firmware update. Support has been extremely helpful and I hope to have a review update once this is resolved.

    Overall, amazing camera system for the money, I’ll be adding more cameras as required, great value for money, superb images, video recording is flawless as is playback.

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersAfter a wave of recent neighbour break ins, it’s come to a the time whereby I need CCTV. I’ve installed many a HikVision setup and went about looking for a similar system. I stumbled across Annke and was pleasantly surprised by the cost.

    First thoughts, this can’t be right, a 4 camera (upgradable to 8), an NVR with a hard drive built in for less than 500 – Something must be a miss?

    After researching a bit more, it turns out that Annke are HikVision rebranded. More about this later, but having found this little gem of information, I took the plunge and pressed the Buy button.

    Cameras and NVR arrived, very well packaged. After unboxing my immediate thought was, urrrgh, grey cables, so purchased a 100mtr box of black network cable, some RJ45 ends and a crimp tool. Bare in mind, you don’t need these extra items, just a personal choice as I prefer black cables over grey, but I’ll leave that choice with you.

    Cameras are very, very easy to mount, in the box you get all the fixings, a sticky template and full instructions on how to set the cameras up.

    These cameras are POE (power over ethernet) which comes from the NVR so no requirement for any extra equipment. I should add, one camera I set up at the bottom of my garden, on a bridged connection with another router, so for this I did need a POE injector, but you likely won’t need that, but just in case you do, it’s worth noting these cameras work off POE injectors should you find yourself having a set up like mine.

    Once all connected, the NVR and cameras show up on my network as HikVision units (using the Fing app), so they are definitely HikVision rebranded units.

    The NVR has a wizard for setup is again very, very easy and even guides you through getting the AnnkeVision app on your mobile device. There is also a desktop app, which again works flawlessly as well as the ability to log in using your favorite browser.

    Once that’s all done (follow the instructions to the letter and you can’t go wrong) – you have your cameras show up on the screen, on your mobile app and on the browser.

    Believe me, the 4K images are outstanding, really clear and crisp with 2 options on the mobile app, Basic and HD – Even basic is good, but HD, crikey I was blown away.

    Playback on the NVR is again really good, clear, crisp and fast.

    I’ll be honest, for the price, I wasn’t expecting something this good, this easy to set up and with the picture quality, I really don’t have anything to complain about.

    My neighbours have a HikVision setup and they are now considering switching to Annke 4K, same as mine as the picture difference is just too good to miss.

    One, and only one issue I’ve had is the amount of DNS requests the NVR makes to devlog.ys7.com of which I’ve been in touch with Annke support. It’s nothing to worry about as the exact same issue was reported to HikVision and they fixed this with a firmware update. Support has been extremely helpful and I hope to have a review update once this is resolved.

    Overall, amazing camera system for the money, I’ll be adding more cameras as required, great value for money, superb images, video recording is flawless as is playback.

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersAfter a wave of recent neighbour break ins, it’s come to a the time whereby I need CCTV. I’ve installed many a HikVision setup and went about looking for a similar system. I stumbled across Annke and was pleasantly surprised by the cost.

    First thoughts, this can’t be right, a 4 camera (upgradable to 8), an NVR with a hard drive built in for less than 500 – Something must be a miss?

    After researching a bit more, it turns out that Annke are HikVision rebranded. More about this later, but having found this little gem of information, I took the plunge and pressed the Buy button.

    Cameras and NVR arrived, very well packaged. After unboxing my immediate thought was, urrrgh, grey cables, so purchased a 100mtr box of black network cable, some RJ45 ends and a crimp tool. Bare in mind, you don’t need these extra items, just a personal choice as I prefer black cables over grey, but I’ll leave that choice with you.

    Cameras are very, very easy to mount, in the box you get all the fixings, a sticky template and full instructions on how to set the cameras up.

    These cameras are POE (power over ethernet) which comes from the NVR so no requirement for any extra equipment. I should add, one camera I set up at the bottom of my garden, on a bridged connection with another router, so for this I did need a POE injector, but you likely won’t need that, but just in case you do, it’s worth noting these cameras work off POE injectors should you find yourself having a set up like mine.

    Once all connected, the NVR and cameras show up on my network as HikVision units (using the Fing app), so they are definitely HikVision rebranded units.

    The NVR has a wizard for setup is again very, very easy and even guides you through getting the AnnkeVision app on your mobile device. There is also a desktop app, which again works flawlessly as well as the ability to log in using your favorite browser.

    Once that’s all done (follow the instructions to the letter and you can’t go wrong) – you have your cameras show up on the screen, on your mobile app and on the browser.

    Believe me, the 4K images are outstanding, really clear and crisp with 2 options on the mobile app, Basic and HD – Even basic is good, but HD, crikey I was blown away.

    Playback on the NVR is again really good, clear, crisp and fast.

    I’ll be honest, for the price, I wasn’t expecting something this good, this easy to set up and with the picture quality, I really don’t have anything to complain about.

    My neighbours have a HikVision setup and they are now considering switching to Annke 4K, same as mine as the picture difference is just too good to miss.

    One, and only one issue I’ve had is the amount of DNS requests the NVR makes to devlog.ys7.com of which I’ve been in touch with Annke support. It’s nothing to worry about as the exact same issue was reported to HikVision and they fixed this with a firmware update. Support has been extremely helpful and I hope to have a review update once this is resolved.

    Overall, amazing camera system for the money, I’ll be adding more cameras as required, great value for money, superb images, video recording is flawless as is playback.

  17. SheriFairbanks says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersAfter a wave of recent neighbour break ins, it’s come to a the time whereby I need CCTV. I’ve installed many a HikVision setup and went about looking for a similar system. I stumbled across Annke and was pleasantly surprised by the cost.

    First thoughts, this can’t be right, a 4 camera (upgradable to 8), an NVR with a hard drive built in for less than 500 – Something must be a miss?

    After researching a bit more, it turns out that Annke are HikVision rebranded. More about this later, but having found this little gem of information, I took the plunge and pressed the Buy button.

    Cameras and NVR arrived, very well packaged. After unboxing my immediate thought was, urrrgh, grey cables, so purchased a 100mtr box of black network cable, some RJ45 ends and a crimp tool. Bare in mind, you don’t need these extra items, just a personal choice as I prefer black cables over grey, but I’ll leave that choice with you.

    Cameras are very, very easy to mount, in the box you get all the fixings, a sticky template and full instructions on how to set the cameras up.

    These cameras are POE (power over ethernet) which comes from the NVR so no requirement for any extra equipment. I should add, one camera I set up at the bottom of my garden, on a bridged connection with another router, so for this I did need a POE injector, but you likely won’t need that, but just in case you do, it’s worth noting these cameras work off POE injectors should you find yourself having a set up like mine.

    Once all connected, the NVR and cameras show up on my network as HikVision units (using the Fing app), so they are definitely HikVision rebranded units.

    The NVR has a wizard for setup is again very, very easy and even guides you through getting the AnnkeVision app on your mobile device. There is also a desktop app, which again works flawlessly as well as the ability to log in using your favorite browser.

    Once that’s all done (follow the instructions to the letter and you can’t go wrong) – you have your cameras show up on the screen, on your mobile app and on the browser.

    Believe me, the 4K images are outstanding, really clear and crisp with 2 options on the mobile app, Basic and HD – Even basic is good, but HD, crikey I was blown away.

    Playback on the NVR is again really good, clear, crisp and fast.

    I’ll be honest, for the price, I wasn’t expecting something this good, this easy to set up and with the picture quality, I really don’t have anything to complain about.

    My neighbours have a HikVision setup and they are now considering switching to Annke 4K, same as mine as the picture difference is just too good to miss.

    One, and only one issue I’ve had is the amount of DNS requests the NVR makes to devlog.ys7.com of which I’ve been in touch with Annke support. It’s nothing to worry about as the exact same issue was reported to HikVision and they fixed this with a firmware update. Support has been extremely helpful and I hope to have a review update once this is resolved.

    Overall, amazing camera system for the money, I’ll be adding more cameras as required, great value for money, superb images, video recording is flawless as is playback.

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersAfter a wave of recent neighbour break ins, it’s come to a the time whereby I need CCTV. I’ve installed many a HikVision setup and went about looking for a similar system. I stumbled across Annke and was pleasantly surprised by the cost.

    First thoughts, this can’t be right, a 4 camera (upgradable to 8), an NVR with a hard drive built in for less than 500 – Something must be a miss?

    After researching a bit more, it turns out that Annke are HikVision rebranded. More about this later, but having found this little gem of information, I took the plunge and pressed the Buy button.

    Cameras and NVR arrived, very well packaged. After unboxing my immediate thought was, urrrgh, grey cables, so purchased a 100mtr box of black network cable, some RJ45 ends and a crimp tool. Bare in mind, you don’t need these extra items, just a personal choice as I prefer black cables over grey, but I’ll leave that choice with you.

    Cameras are very, very easy to mount, in the box you get all the fixings, a sticky template and full instructions on how to set the cameras up.

    These cameras are POE (power over ethernet) which comes from the NVR so no requirement for any extra equipment. I should add, one camera I set up at the bottom of my garden, on a bridged connection with another router, so for this I did need a POE injector, but you likely won’t need that, but just in case you do, it’s worth noting these cameras work off POE injectors should you find yourself having a set up like mine.

    Once all connected, the NVR and cameras show up on my network as HikVision units (using the Fing app), so they are definitely HikVision rebranded units.

    The NVR has a wizard for setup is again very, very easy and even guides you through getting the AnnkeVision app on your mobile device. There is also a desktop app, which again works flawlessly as well as the ability to log in using your favorite browser.

    Once that’s all done (follow the instructions to the letter and you can’t go wrong) – you have your cameras show up on the screen, on your mobile app and on the browser.

    Believe me, the 4K images are outstanding, really clear and crisp with 2 options on the mobile app, Basic and HD – Even basic is good, but HD, crikey I was blown away.

    Playback on the NVR is again really good, clear, crisp and fast.

    I’ll be honest, for the price, I wasn’t expecting something this good, this easy to set up and with the picture quality, I really don’t have anything to complain about.

    My neighbours have a HikVision setup and they are now considering switching to Annke 4K, same as mine as the picture difference is just too good to miss.

    One, and only one issue I’ve had is the amount of DNS requests the NVR makes to devlog.ys7.com of which I’ve been in touch with Annke support. It’s nothing to worry about as the exact same issue was reported to HikVision and they fixed this with a firmware update. Support has been extremely helpful and I hope to have a review update once this is resolved.

    Overall, amazing camera system for the money, I’ll be adding more cameras as required, great value for money, superb images, video recording is flawless as is playback.

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