EZVIZ to Introduce DIY Line of HD Home Security Systems EZVIZ plans to introduce HD security systems for homes and small businesses at CES in Lsa Vegas.RS Staff ⋅ Nov 23, 2015 EZVIZ plans to introduce HD security systems for homes and small businesses at CES booth 71172, January 6-9, 2016 in Las Vegas, including 1080p HD, weatherproof bullet cameras for indoor or outdoor use and 100 feet of night vision to record and share video day or night. The two security systems, one analog and one digital, range in price from $349.99 for a basic four camera analog system, to $1,499.99 for an eight camera, 16-channel IP system with live, searchable video content. The analog system includes two different types of cameras for mounting flexibility, and has everything needed in a reliable home security unit. According to the company, users can upgrade an existing surveillance system to high definition 1080p without replacing the cables. The digital system can be set up by plugging the IP camera into the NVR with a network cable. “These systems are durable, robust do-it-yourself home security solutions,” said Albert Lin, EZVIZ managing director. “With EZVIZ, you can build out your network with more cameras without breaking the bank, and with incredible flexibility when it comes to mounting them inside or outside of your home.” All systems come with simple installation and start guides that walk users through the camera, DVR, and NVR setups. Both options allow for live viewing and instant playback, and exporting video over a secure network. Every video is encrypted directly on the camera and streamed securely by SSL to the cloud or designated device.