Given devices of this grade have been stuck at 2MP/1080p for years (maybe 3MP in a few cases), the leap to supporting higher resolutions is long overdue (4k being equivalent to about 8MP). Would be interesting to see if the "multi-brand" support is actually specific support for those cameras, or just ONVIF (I'm betting on the latter).
Small rant: applying technically non-descriptive consumer video terms to megapixel cameras - eg. 1080p instead of 2MP, 4k instead of 8MP. Stop it, manufacturers, just stop.
Actually Matt they have their own brand that registers as private with full control and other brands with most major settings through ONVIF.
Many of the Dahua settings are spread out. Date and time are in one place. Resolution and frame rate in another. Motion area and schedule in a third and things like remote zoom/focus, WDR, BLC, Invert, Flip, contrast, day/night control are accomplished in the "color setting" section of the live view screen. What have I missed?
Just got mine. Forgot I ordered it.