REOLINK 4K Security Camera System, RLK16-800B8 8pcs H.265 4K PoE Security Cameras Wired with Person Vehicle Detection, 8MP/4K

(8 customer reviews)


Product details

Connectivity Technology Wired
Video Capture Resolution 4K (8MP, 3840 x 2160)
Special Feature H.265, night-vision
Number of Channels 16
Memory Storage Capacity 3 TB

  • 4K Ultra HD – Reolink 4K Ultra HD (8MP) PoE camera delivers almost 4 times the clarity of 1080p. Our complete camera system provides users vivid resolution, even when you digitally zoom in. Any flaw or distortion you’ve encountered before has been eliminated, ensuring you the highest quality view of your surroundings.
  • Person/Vehicle Detection – Smart PoE IP cameras can identify people and vehicles in terms of their shapes, minimizing unwanted alerts such as animals or shadows. Cameras can also be configured to specify the type of detection when sending alerts to you. Know what happened simply by glancing at the lock screen.
  • Remote Access and Playback – The free Reolink app allows you to access all your cameras remotely, no matter how many you have. Check in on your home or business whenever, wherever. Perform live views and playbacks on your smart device (iOS, Android) via WiFi or 3G/4G connection.
  • Plug and Play PoE System – A simple PoE connection makes it easier to set-up and install your home security camera system. With a single network cable, stretching up to 330ft, users can enjoy smooth security coverage of their entire house. This is perfect for both beginners and DIY camera enthusiasts.
  • Continuous 24/7 Recording – With a pre-installed 3TB HDD, users are provided with reliable 24/7 continuous recording and motion-triggered only recording. You can also install an HDD (up to 6TB) for storage.


From the brand

Product Description


Make Security Easier with No Compromise

Reolink Smart 4K Ultra-HD Security Camera System with Person & Vehicle Detection


Great Details in 4K Ultra HD, Peaceful 24/7

4K Ultra-HD video clarity helps keep all the details sharp day and night. Reliable NVR local storage and Reolink software allows checking anytime anywhere you want.

Smart Motion Detection


Smart Detection, Identify True Threats

Smart detection of people and vehicles filters out unwanted alerts such as those triggered by bugs and leaves. Save your time and energy over general motion detection. You can also set and apply general motion detection or 24/7 recording as needed.


Instant Push, Take Actions Timely

A prompt email & push notification will be sent to users’ smart devices once moving objects are detected, allowing for quick action. Buzzer in the NVR will alert you and FTP uploading will also be underway for backup. Free shared access allows your colleagues or family for surveillance together.

Reolink Smart 4K PoE Surveillance Camera System Specifications

NVR Smart PoE Video Recorder
Video Outputs Up to 12MP for HDMI and 1080P for VGA
Synchronous Playback 1CH@8MP; 4CH@4MP
Frame Rate 20fps
Compression Format H.265
HDD Capacity 1× internal port, 1× external port, 6TB max for each port(12TB in total)
Remote Access iOS/Android Phone, Windows/Mac PC
Working Temperature -10°C +45°C (14°-113°F)
Camera Waterproof IP66
Video Resolution 3840×2160 (8.0 Megapixels) @25FPS
Lens f=4.0 mm fixed; F=2.0, with IR-cut filter
Night Vision 100ft, 18pcs IR LEDs
Audio Built-in Microphone for Audio Recording only
Field of View Horizontal: 87°; Vertical: 44°
Notice Cameras in the kit can only be used with Reolink PoE NVR. Cameras in the kit cannot work with Alexa or Google Home.

Additional information

Weight 25.6 kg
Dimensions 14.5 × 14.2 × 13.2 cm


Connectivity Technology


Video Capture Resolution

4K 8MP 3840 x 2160

Special Feature

H.265 night-vision

Number of Channels


Memory Storage Capacity

3 TB

Compatible Devices


Signal Format


Other camera features


Low light technology

IR LED Black & White Night Vision

Optical Sensor Technology


Package Dimensions

14.5 x 14.2 x 13.2 inches

Item Weight

25.6 pounds



Item model number


Date First Available

December 9 2019


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8 reviews for REOLINK 4K Security Camera System, RLK16-800B8 8pcs H.265 4K PoE Security Cameras Wired with Person Vehicle Detection, 8MP/4K

  1. Stephen Witte

    Excellent SystemReolink 16 cameras nvr poe system is excellent.This system was chosen because it had good reviews, slightly better than the competition. The part number for the system was RLK16-810B8-A. It includes a 16 channel box, 3 Tbyte hard drive, 8 POE cameras, part number RLC-810A, some misc cables and hardware. I purchased three additional cameras, a single point and zoom Reolink camera, part # RLC-423-5MP for over two hundred dollars, and a twin pack of two dome cameras, part # RLC-520 2PACK for about ninety dollars.Overall I am very pleased with the results so far. I’ve installed an IPhone app called simply “Reolink” in the apple store. This app smoothly and flawlessly connected to my system and works well to see through the cameras both live and playing back previous recordings, remotely as well as on site. Presently I have 8 cameras hooked up including the ptz camera above. The ptz camera is easy to use aiming left right and up and down as well as zooming. It does not, however, aim up above the horizon. So if you have a house up a hill, it shouldn’t be placed down the hill from it. This is exactly what I did and I can see most of my house but can’t zoom in on details much. But I can spin this camera around and zoom in on much of the rest of my property. Very good camera.I also installed the Reolink app on my laptop and tested it outside my home network. It too worked great to access the camera system remotely.I should talk about “poe” or power over ethernet. Each camera gets only one cable connected to it. This cable, called a cat5e cable in my case, supplies the power down to the camera and returns the collected video. I made a decision to purchase 1,000 ft of this cable for a number of reasons. Part # 5ECMXBLK_1Krl, True Cable direct burial cable. First, if anything had gone wrong with the Reolink camera system, I wanted to be able to return it, so didn’t wish to take down all the cabling as this is a major amount of work to install. I could simply leave the seperatly purchased cable in place, allowing a replacement of one poe system with another if something went wrong. I also purchased a couple of 100 pack packages of mounting clamps to install the cat5e cables. Part # CMP-SCRW-SGL-WHT-100P. These were excellent and could easily be removed after install if needed.Also, I didn’t wish to drill big holes in the walls of my house. So I decided to learn how to install the connectors, called RJ45 connectors, on the cable ends. This way I could use a small hole in the walls for each cable needed and install the connectors after positioning the cable in place. This was a good decision and a great way to get it all done. I purchased a crimping kit, part number Ninhao01. This crimping kit included several items, the crimper, which worked flawlessly, and an electronic test module, which displayed a sequence of lights clearly indicating whether the connectors were correctly wired. Very important. Worth it even if you don’t attach any connectors. The first cable I checked was incorrectly wired, even though it was purchased with connectors! It was obvious and easy to see using the little diagnostic checker. This was my first time ever doing ethernet wiring and it was fairly easy to do with this crimping kit. I did watch a video on how to do it. You’ll have to search for this as Amazon won’t let me post a link. I used 568B cable endings, which turns out to be recommended by Reolink as well.I’ll talk about where I placed the console. I put it in our basement. This was less cluttering for me and eliminates the fan noise, which runs 24/7 by the way. There were a few added complexities because I placed the console in such a remote location. I wanted to be able to quickly see through the cameras and accomplished this by running a display cable from the basement to my 51 inch living room TV. How? By using VGA over ethernet. Part # B07F3RW1C1. Once again I could wire the connectors myself and drill small holes. I also purchased a wireless mouse that worked in my living room as well. Part # M8126AB01. This worked one floor up from where the console was located and allowed me to select cameras and operate the ptz camera just as if the console was in the same room with me.A little note about exterior connections to the cameras. Reolink supplies supposedly sealed connectors, but these did not work for me as the direct burial cat5e cable I was using had too large of a diameter. So instead I opted for heat shrink tubing and glue to seal off the ends. The heatshrink was 3/4 inch by 4 ft xhf brand. I used a map gas torch to do the shrinking.All in all the Reolink camera system is the best of three different camera systems that I have worked with. The other two were gw security and lorex, both older systems that were dvr coaxial cable plus seperated power wires. Those systems were pretty good as well, but the Reolink system has been smoother and easier to use.

  2. CoNiGMa

    Pretty good system with a couple issuesThe company that I work for uses these systems at several of their locations. These are the Pros and Cons we have dealt with so far:PROS:1. Excellent video quality2. Great motion detection3. Great night vision4. Fairly easy to install (plug and play)5. Neatly packaged with everything you need for an install6. They have a PC app and a mobile app in which you can view multiple of these devices simultaneously from anywhere.7. You can setup email and phone alerts for when motion is detected.8. Fairly easy to use interface.CONS:1. One of the units we purchased had a bad port on the system which was DOA. (We were able to get a replacement, though.)2. One of the units has been having issues where it continuously reboots when connected to the internet. Solutions for this problem found online have proven unsuccessful.3. When using the PC or mobile app, there is no way to log out of one user and into another user without deleting the entire NVR from the app and re-adding it. (This needs to be added)4. When using the PC or mobile app with multiple NVRs connected, and you are trying to view only one NVR system, the other devices automatically reload/reconnect multiple times, and you have to manually drag each camera over to the view area for the device you want.5. The record time with the 3TB drive only lasts for about 7-9 days. (This can be extended a bit when turning off continuous recording and turning the quality down or adding another HDD)All-in-all, these are decent systems and work great for the most part. Just make sure to check all of the equipment before installation to verify it is working before installing.

  3. GaryW

    Excellent for home use, some issues for business and multiple locationsI plan to buy a total of 8 Reolink systems. So far, I’ve purchased 2 of them but haven’t installed them yet. Seven of the systems will be installed in automatic/self-serve carwashes which are open 24/7, most of the time with no employees present. Every wash is recorded in case of damage claims or malfunctions, and we also use the cameras to check the general status of the washes. The eighth camera system will be for an ice cream place owned by the same company, which is open 7-8 months per year.I’ve given the systems 5 stars because they are excellent for home use, which appears to be Reolink’s main customer target. There are some issues, however, mostly in how the software is implemented, for business users, particularly those with multiple locations.Pros:Very easy to set up for novices.Cameras have good quality video at a low price.Windows client and smartphone apps are generally well thought out with one of the simplest playback user interfaces that I’ve seen.Cons:Although written in good English, the manuals are incomplete.Support for 3rd party cameras is poor and Reolink doesn’t have cameras for some special applications like hidden cameras.Although functional, the Windows client and the smartphone apps can be rather confusing with multiple NVRs.My goal is to keep recorded video for at least 3 weeks before being over written. I plan to record only on motion detection, and I set the frame rate to 15fps. I won’t know whether that is sufficient until the systems have been installed and running for a while. Our two largest sites will have close to the maximum 16 cameras and may require a second hard drive.The user manuals are clearly written but don’t cover many of the features. I was going to downgrade my rating until I found a couple of features that I needed in unexpected places in the menu. At least one manual can be downloaded from the Amazon site but isn’t listed on Reolink’s own website.I bought the first two systems with 8MP cameras. I’m not convinced that the extra resolution makes a significant difference in real-life use. The NVR software lets you select lower resolutions, but I found that it just records a portion of the picture in the middle of the 8MP frame and doesn’t cover as much area. I’ll probably order the other systems with 5MP cameras, saving both cost and recording space.One surprise that I had is that you can log into the NVR, Windows client, and smartphone apps, but you can’t log out of any of them. You can change users rather awkwardly on the NVR using a mouse, but you can’t even do that on the client or apps. As a result, I can’t set up a proper access control scheme.For a single NVR, the Windows client and apps are excellent. The Android app works well on an Amazon Fire tablet. It doesn’t work properly on a Chromebook. For multiple NVRs there is no way to limit your viewing to a single NVR and it can be confusing because you can inadvertently scroll to a different NVR. I recommend only choosing the 1, 4, 8, and 16 camera screen choices.

  4. Robert

    very good camera system,image quality is good up to 300 feet but the details are dropping at 75 feet.a 12 Mp should do the trick at longer range ( for a liscence read )overall this is a very good unit and crisp clear images. it also have a built in microphone !I am very satisfied of my purchase and will look forward to add on an extra hard drive and one or two 12mp camera when they become available.

  5. CJ

    Good value for this kit.8 cameras are the right # for a small to medium sized property, but having 16 ports is a must if you are uncertain if 8 will be enough. It’s easy to just add more as needed. The camera setup is plug and play, all you have left to do is name the cameras and set up the level of detection (person, vehicle or motion); you can even toggle sound recording on or off. Picture quality is excellent daytime, good for the infrared night vision, but motion detection at night is only moderately okay at the edge of the viewing area. If the object is moving fast, they appear ‘ghost like’. The one thing that caught me by surprise is the red ring of the infrared led’s that is visible at night. They are quite noticeable at 100 feet (30 m) or less, dropping off in visibility beyond that. The bullet cameras are much smaller than they appear in the picture, and so are much more discreet than I had originally thought they would be. Against white soffits, they blend in, with only the black face drawing your attention. And then, you only notice them if you “look”. Overall, at first blush, this system while not cheap per se, seems to be good value for protection of property. I would give the system an overall score of 8.5 out of 10.

  6. dennis yue

    two ports does not work on the 16ch recordertwo ports does not work on the 16ch recorder, no user manual in the box, talking to AMAZON and REOLINK regarding the issues, did not solve the problem, It seems a good system if everything works properly.

  7. Amazon Customer

    simple yet powerfulvery easy to install, everything in the box and simple to set up. love it

  8. Darcy G.


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