Defender Sentinel Pro DVR Compatible Security Cameras

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    Mike Haldas
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    Here is some information about security cameras that are compatible with Defender Sentinel Pro DVRs.

    The Defender Sentinel Pro DVRs are analog CCTV format (CVBS) that use coax cable and BNC connectors. That DVR is compatible with all of our analog CCTV cameras.
    https://www.cctvcamerapros.com/CCTV-Security-Cameras-s/50.htm

    I highly recommend these 4-in-1 cameras which work in analog CCTV DVRs (like your Defender DVR) and also 1080p HD DVRs because they are “hybrid”.
    https://www.cctvcamerapros.com/4-in-1-HD-over-Coax-Cameras-s/1342.htm

    Our hybrid CCTV / HD security cameras allow you to select between 4 video output modes: analog CCTV (CVBS), 1080p AHD, 1080p HD-TVI, 1080p HDCVI). This is done very easily using the small joystick that is attached to the camera’s BNC cable.
    Hybrid HD CCTV Camera

    Our hybrid BNC cameras can be used with your existing DVR now and you later have the option to upgrade to a high definition DVR (and leave your cameras in place). Our hybrid surveillance DVRs work with both analog and 1080p HD cameras. Here is a link for your reference, in case you want to upgrade your DVR later.
    https://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Surveillance-DVRs-s/23.htm

    We have a special coupon code for customers that are upgrading their DVR and/or cameras. You can use coupon code: 15Upgrade

    The coupon code is good for 15% off your entire order plus free shipping.

    If you have any questions about to this post or anything related to security cameras and video surveillance systems, please email me here.

    • This topic was modified 2 months ago by  Mike Haldas.
    • This topic was modified 2 months ago by  Mike Haldas.
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