Reolink RLC-410 CCTV Camera Review

My first impressions of this product were very good, as I initially thought that it would be made to a low standard and the quality that the camera provides would be poor, but to my surprise, I was completely wrong suggesting a desirable, professional company.


This product has a four-megapixel sensor, with a resolution of 2560x1440, which is better that Full HD which has a resolution of 1920x1080, giving you a crisp, sharp image making picking out suspicious activity much easier. Additionally, this camera has a strong aluminum waterproof casing, so you can trust this product to be out in the open, recording all angles of your home.  Moreover, this CCTV camera also boasts 65-100ft night vision range meaning that you will be able to see objects at long ranges, making your home much better protected!


To be able to connect the camera, you just simply scan the QR code on the bottom of the camera, which is the simplest process that I have ever completed in order to set up any type of device, meaning you can get set up and surveying your property or workplace as soon as possible. In order to scan the QR code you will need to install the Reolink app, which is free and simple to use and also comes with some really helpful features such as a slidable timeline of events making finding any suspicious behavior much easier to find.


This CCTV camera comes with three different cables attached to the Reolink RLC-410, which includes a reset button (right), and ethernet port (centre) and the power adapter port (left). This CCTV camera is POE (power over ethernet) which transmits power and video through one cable.


In The Box:
Reolink RLC-410 POE CCTV Camera
• Power Adapter
• Support and Manual Disk
• 24 Hour CCTV Sticker
• Mobile App Quick Start Guide
• What's in the Box?
• Drill Template
• Screws, Alan Key, Rawl Plugs
• Ethernet Cable Casing

Personally, I do feel that this is a really good product, the setup was effortless, along with the fantastic build quality and image quality, which makes this product simple and easy to use. Moreover, this product comes with plenty in the box to help you get setup and to install the camera, making everything so quick to do.
I have only had one issue with this camera, and that is that you have to connect it to either a switch or your router to power the device. This makes finding a suitable place for the router to be positioned difficult, but once it is setup, I guarantee it is worth it.

If you would like to download the Reolink app then you can do so below:


Also you can purchase the Reolink RLC-410 below too:


Thanks again,

Owen.

• This product has been sent to me to review by ReoLink however, all opinions are my own and this is an honest review.
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