DS918+ compatible IP cameras- Wired Connection, POE Power, Motion Detection, Night Vision, Waterproof, Wide Angle

I own a Synology DS918+ NAS. I want to use security cameras with the device to store videos, live monitor via local and remote access. I live in a six storied building and currently, need four security cameras for surveillance purpose. My Budget is around 350 ~ 450 US dollars for the cameras.

  • Two Security Cameras on building rooftop (Wired Connection, POE Power, Motion Detection, Night Vision, Waterproof, Wide Angle, Clear Footage).

  • One Security Camera on the third floor (Wired Connection, POE Power, Night Vision, Wide Angle, Clear Footage).

  • One Security Camera on the ground floor (Wired Connection, POE Power, Motion Detection, Night Vision, Long Range, Wide Angle, Clear Footage).

RLC-423  – Check availability

5MP Smart PTZ Security IP Camera, Top Wishlist One for Outdoor & Indoor Surveillance

Key Features
  • Pan 360° (H) and Tilt 90° (V)
  • 5MP Super HD
  • Waterproof IP66
  • Wide Viewing Angle
  • 4X Optical Zoom In/Out
  • Mobile Remote Viewing
  • Installed Indoors/Outdoors
  • ONVIF Compatible
  • PoE
  • Motion Detection & Alerts
  • High Quality Night Vision
  • Easy to Use (DIY)

RLC-410S – Check availability

4MP PoE Bullet Security Camera; Fixed-Lens; Support Audio Recording

  • PoE
  •  Motion Detection & Alerts
  • High Quality Night Vision
  • 4MP Super HD
  • Waterproof IP66
  • Viewing Angle: 80°
  • Support Audio Recording
  •  Installed Indoors/Outdoors
  • Built-in 16GB Micro SD Card
  • ONVIF Compatible


RLC-422 – Check availability

5MP/4MP 4X Optical Zoom PoE Dome Security Camera; Vandal Resistant; 100ft Night Vision

RLC-511  – Check availability

5MP 4X Optical Zoom PoE Bullet Security Camera; Micro SD Card Slot; 100ft Night Vision



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