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Reolink 5MP PoE Camera Outdoor/Indoor Video Surveillance Home IP Security IR Night Vision Motion Detection Audio Support w/SD Card Slot RLC-410-5MP

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Brand REOLINK
Alert type Motion Only
Video capture resolution 5MP, 2560*1920
Mounting type Optional
Effective Still Resolution 5 MP

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  • 5MP HD & 100FT NIGHT VISION & WIDE VIEWING ANGLE: 5MP Super HD camera, long-distance night vision range 65-100ft with 18 infrared LEDs, up to 80˚ wide viewing angle, capture more clearer and sharper images and video, great for driveway, hallways, etc.
  • POE OUTDOOR & INDOOR: PoE with only one Ethernet cable (up to 330ft), no power adapter needed, optional PoE switch or injector, easy setup with plug and play, waterproof camera, fit for indoor and outdoor, residential areas, retail store, business.
  • SMART MOTION DETECT & ALERT: Schedulable Motion detection, motion recording and real-time motion alert via email, app push notification to mobile phone, FTP upload snapshots and videos, motion sensibility adjustment - accurate and smart motion detection less false alarm.
  • FREE & VERSITLE APPS & REMOTE VIEW: Free and intuitive Reolink Client and mobile app for iPhone & Android, PC Windows & MAC, no monthly subscription fee, support at least 8 camera sources, live view, remote view, motion detection, live stream control, and recorded video playback.
  • AUDIO FUNCTION & 24/7 NVR RECORDING: Built-in microphone, audio function; 24/7 HD video recording and storage with Reolink PoE network video recorders (support up to 16 cameras and with built-in 3TB HDD).

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Product details

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Product Dimensions : 19.6 x 12.2 x 10.5 cm; 620 Grams
  • Date First Available : 26 December 2017
  • Manufacturer : Reolink Digital
  • ASIN : B07C5JWK4K
  • Item Model Number : RLC-410-5MP
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.5 out of 5 stars 1,276 ratings

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Reolink RLC-410 5MP HD PoE Bullet IP Security Camera Reolink RLC-410-5MP is packed with 5MP HD camera, supporting 80 ˚wide viewing angle, 100ft night vision range, built-in microphone, motion detection and motion alerts. Outfitted with waterproof housing, RLC-410-5MP is solid for outdoor and indoor use, such as front door, backyard, driveway, garage security. It's powered over Ethernet cable, easy connection and installation, suitable for DIY. Camera Specifications Video Quality: 4 Megapixel (2560 x 1440) Lens: f= 4.0 mm, F=2.0; Viewing Angle: 80° SD card slot: Yes, support up to 64Gb SD card Microphone: Yes (Audio Range up to 15ft) Operating Power: POE or 12V DC (Power Adapter not Included) Night Vision: 65-100ft (depends on the Environment) Frame Rate: Up to 25fps POE Standard: 802.3af, 44V~54V. Support up to 330ft via CAT6 cable Network Connection: P2P and QR Code PC OS: Windows, Mac OS Mobile OS: iOS, Android Browser: Supports IE Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari ONVIF support list: Digital WatchDog, Blue Iris, iSpy, Video Sighthound, Security Spy, Synology, QNap


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Marcelo Menéndez
1.0 out of 5 stars Reolink una marca que ud no debe cometer el error de comrprar
Reviewed in Mexico on 25 November 2019
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1GoodDog
5.0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive good camera. Happy with it. Good daytime quality. Acceptable night time.
Reviewed in the United States on 9 September 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive good camera. Happy with it. Good daytime quality. Acceptable night time.
Reviewed in the United States on 9 September 2018
Update on the support issue. It appears the problem was not due to a defective camera. Blue Iris works fine when this camera when "reolink RLC-410" is selected. But this camera had been configured in Blue Iris as a generic ONVIF. In that mode, the decode errors lead to video artifacts. When I switched the camera type from generic to reolink, the symptom stopped manifesting.

Thank you very much for the good email support from the vendor.

For Blue Iris users, select MPG4 rather than MPG5 for compatibility with Blue Iris, and choose Reolink RLC-410 as the camera type.

I now have four reolink cameras, three RLC-410-5MP and one RLC-411S. I am happy with all of them.

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I used to be happy with this camera. I own three of the RLC-410-5MP plus one of the prior 4MP models. Two of my 410s work fine. Unfortunately the 3rd one I bought is glitching all the time. About 20 times a day, i get rectangles at the bottom of the picture with vertical line distortion. The vendor is asking me to stare at the camera web page to catch it in the act. ?!?!?!? How can I spend my day staring at a camera web page? That's what NVRs are for. So far I am having trouble resolving this issue. Hopefully they'll come through. Obviously this is a defective unit. (Photo uploaded showing the glitchiness.)

=-=-=- prior review below, from before receiving the 3rd (defective) unit -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

I am quite happy with this camera. I have 3 of them around my house, along with a smattering of GW, Dahua, Hik and other Reolinks. These new reolink 5MP cameras seem fairly good. The pictures are relatively sharp. The camera is capable of a decent bit rate. I am getting typically 2-5Mb/s in the camera's highest resolution at 10fps. I don't use any of the storage or motion activation features of these cameras. I drive them all from Blue Iris on a Core i7 with nVidia graphics. I highly recommend this combination. But NVR aside, as a slave to a really good NVR like Blue Iris, this camera performs very well for the price point compared to other similar units. Looks like Reolink got to market with 5MP a little earlier than much of their competition. (Though I see now there's also an 8MP in the market! Gotta try it for capturing license plates of porch pirates!)
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Jason W
5.0 out of 5 stars Great picture quality. Easiest install ever!
Reviewed in the United States on 12 November 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great picture quality. Easiest install ever!
Reviewed in the United States on 12 November 2018
I replaced a primary camera and added a new camera to my 12 camera setup, running on Blue Iris NVR software on a big Dell server, monitoring many angles/doors of several buildings on my property. All of these old cameras are/were Dlink 720p bullet-cams that are 6 to 8 years old, which I paid $300 each for back then. I wanted to upgrade to much higher resolution cameras to be able to recognize faces, read license plates at a distance, and other details which are/were impossible with the old 720p cameras.

Skeptical, I only ordered two of these, one is this bullet-cam model, another is the dome model RLC-420-5MP, which appears to have the same guts in a different package.

Very easy to install. I already had PoE ethernet hard-wired to these camera locations (and dozens of others), so it was literally plug-and-play. I changed the IP address from DHCP to hard-coded IP address so my Blue Iris DVR software knows where to find them.

Picture quality was an amazing upgrade from the old Dlink camera, and night vision works great as well, as you can see from the photos. The porch shots are from the dome camera, the driveway/yard shots are the bullet camera. I can't speak to any of the software features since I'm using advanced third-party NVR software, but the video quality is top-notch, and it easily sends 25fps at full resolution of 2560x1920, with many options on max bitrate. It can go as high as 8192kb/s, I have it set to 6144 kb/s and the video is smooth and quality is crystal clear.

I plan to give these cameras a week or two to make sure there are no surprises, then I am replacing the other 12 with these and probably adding a few additional cameras, but early results are these are amazing cameras at any price, but especially for under $100 each. I included a photo (and marked it) of the same angle using the old Dlink 720p camera for comparison, you can see what a massive improvement it is.
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bowhunter
1.0 out of 5 stars Not weatherproof
Reviewed in the United States on 26 January 2019
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Bse5798
5.0 out of 5 stars Great camera for the price
Reviewed in the United States on 13 June 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great camera for the price
Reviewed in the United States on 13 June 2019
This is a great little camera. There are still things I am figuring out but after running it for a full 24 hours I like it. I originally bought it to keep a watchful eye over my mailbox after someone knocked it off it's stand but I have come to learn the limitations of a 55$ camera. My mailbox is simply to far away, during the day at highest motion sensitivity the camera will detect people walking in the street. But at night time even at highest motion sensitivity walking in the street does not set off the MD, however all the bugs coming up to check out the infrared lights do. I mounted it on the soffit and I had some problems with the install as a 3/4 inch hole saw as recommended in the install guide did not make a big enough hole. You can get the top part of the water proofing cap through the hole but it then gets stuck on the part that holds the ethernet cord. I took a stanley knife to the plug and cut off enough of the plastic for the plug to fit. I would recommend going up one size and using a 7/8 inch hole saw, which is what I will do if I install another one of these. I've changed the recording now to do motion sensor during the day and normal recording at night time. I'm still not sure I'll catch anyone knocking off my mailbox, I think I'll actually need to upgrade to a model with zoom for that, but I can't fault the camera for that.
I think the windows client app works well once you get the hang of it, it can be a little confusing that there are settings directly for the camera, in the case of an SD card being inserted, and then settings for the windows client app. I have not done any recording onto an SD card so I can't speak to that. The iPhone app works great, simple setup, and when I initially plugged the camera into my POE switch the app detected it right away.

All in all a great camera for what it is.
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