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Time displayed on ONVIF cameras are different from NVR and other cameras
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Hi All,

After adding 3 new ONVIF 2 MP cameras to our system, I noticed the time displayed on ONVIF cameras are 1 hour ahead of the NVR date and time setting. I am wondering where the new time is coming from. I thought they get the date and time from the NVR / DVR. Any idea?

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Nomad said
Hi All,

After adding 3 new ONVIF 2 MP cameras to our system, I noticed the time displayed on ONVIF cameras are 1 hour ahead of the NVR date and time setting. I am wondering where the new time is coming from. I thought they get the date and time from the NVR / DVR. Any idea?
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What camera model and nvr you are referring to? Is the gmt set correctly at the camera and nvr?

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The cameras are: 2 Megapixel ONVIF TP Series IP IR Indoor Dome Security Camera

The VNR is: 8 Channel Elite Mini Series Standalone IP Security Camera NVR w/ 8 POE 

The gmt setting on NVR is correct but I was not able to check the gmt of 2MP cameras remotely. Will do it tomorrow when I am onsite.

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I have a 16 port NVR with five 2 Megapixel ONVIF IP Long Range TP Series IR Varifocal Bullet cameras.  For some reason, every time I set the local time to my cameras, within 24 hours they go back to China time.  Please help me fix this problem.  Thanks

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jonathan_hurt@hotmail.com said
I have a 16 port NVR with five 2 Megapixel ONVIF IP Long Range TP Series IR Varifocal Bullet cameras.  For some reason, every time I set the local time to my cameras, within 24 hours they go back to China time.  Please help me fix this problem.  Thanks

The NTP needs to be set properly in the camera settings.  For example, Florida GMT is (GMT – 5:00).  The time setting for that camera needs to be set inside the camera settings and not at the NVR.

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