Digoo DG-M1Z 1080P SHARK 2.8mm 5.0MP Lens Wired Wireless Security Wifi IP Camera - £19.83 at Banggood - HotUKDeals
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Digoo DG-M1Z 1080P SHARK 2.8mm 5.0MP Lens Wired Wireless Security Wifi IP Camera - £19.83 at Banggood

£19.83 @ BangGood
1080 P shaking the camera in the market to sell at least $38.99. Seems a good price for this wireless security Wifi IP camera is only £19.83, also cheaper than i have seen before. Available color: … Read More
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2w, 8h agoFound 2 weeks, 8 hours ago
1080 P shaking the camera in the market to sell at least $38.99. Seems a good price for this wireless security Wifi IP camera is only £19.83, also cheaper than i have seen before.

Available color:
White
Black

Main Features:
TRUE 1080P, 2.8mm Super Wide Angle Lens and 130 ° ultra wide lens, more can see every corner
1GB of RAM, powerful hardware and the best software, and efficient operation
11pcs powerful IR LED ,5.0MP Ultra High-End Lens, night to see more clearly
Smart Home Video System Onvif for Baby, Pet, Home and Office

Package Includes :
1 x Digoo DG-M1Z 1080P SHARK IP Camera (Black / White Optional)
1 x Digoo DG-M1Z Micro USB Power Cable (3 Meters Long)
1 x Digoo DG-M1Z Full English User Manual
1 x Digoo DG-M1Z Original Color Gift Package
1 x Pack of Installing Accessories (Support to install and fix on wall)
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#1
Is there an android app for this?
2 Likes #2
Such lame and weird marketing.

Is it actually any good?
#3
gibblesuk
Is there an android app for this?
Yes there is>>DigooEye
1 Like #4
So it is a 2mp cam with some complete crap about it having a 5mp lens, lenses have no mp rating ffs.
#5
If this isn't good can anyone recommend an alternative?
1 Like #6
Just beware guys I bought a Mini WiFi camera , which looks like an unbranded version of the 720 Digoo, some time ago now and although it does work well it is pretty much restricted to the app and a rubbish windows program. It is not possible to use it with a generic IP camera program like iSpy and is not Onvif as stated.

I can however recommend the ESCAM cameras which integrated perfectly
#7
I agree with all the comments above, I laughed when I read the marketing, especially the "5mp Lens"! The specs seem good for the price. I currently have a Xaiomi Yi Home camera that I now want to replace. It took a degree in networking to get it too work in the first place and now a few months later it no longer wants to recognize my wifi password! So I'm a bit wary of getting another camera made for the Chinese market with potentially poor software. Does anyone have experience of this companies products. Can anyone recommend a 720p or above wifi camera that is feature rich and reliable for a decent price (under £40)
#8
Probbably safer to buy one fulfilled by Amazon.

This looks alright for the money if you don't need anything fancy

FREDI HD 1080P Wireless Baby Monitor Wifi Security Wide Viewing Angle IP Camera with IR Night Vision /2-way Audio/ Motion Detection Loop recording(Without SD Card) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B06XD8J83V/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_lvHxzbGMM3192


Edited By: simba2585 on Jul 06, 2017 11:48
#9
ccw71
Does anyone have experience of this companies products.

I bought one of their M1Q cameras after seeing it on pre launch offer on banggood, I wasn't expecting much at the price, but it still managed to disappoint. Specs were very good for the price with 1/3" sensor and 960p resolution, but image quality and low light vision was inferior to my cheap 720p cameras with only 1/4" sensors.



https://www.banggood.com/Digoo-DG-M1Q-960P-2_8mm-Wireless-Mini-WIFI-Night-Vision-Smart-Home-Security-IP-Camera-Onvif-Monitor-p-1123595.html?rmmds=searc
#10
Need one for outside use??
1 Like #11
The digoo eye is crap it continuously runs in the background you have to force close it to stop it on android.
1 Like #12
Had two Digoo's and they both died after less than two months, so I'll stay well clear.
#13
Had my 2 Digoo bbm1 for about a year now and both still work. My first one would keep switching itself off a little while ago but I’m sure it’s because my sister knocked it off the shelf a few times. https://youtu.be/r-Vks0XMcK0
#14
Ps it’s working fine now since she left! Lol
#15
I've got 3 Sricams and 1 Ring Video door bell.
Bought the future inlaw a Sricam too and he loves it.
The last two I got were from Gearbest EU warehouse for £12 - only problem was they didn't have a IR filter so everything looks a little purple. But they still serve their purpose

This was my first one, and I can recommend it all except, it doesn't do two way talking (or sound) and doesn't have an SD card slot

And one point with Sricam - their cameras (as I understand it) use a image motion sensor so one change in one pixel, means a motion is detected - bit annoying!

Anyhow - I like it for the price!

Edited By: mark_trev on Jul 07, 2017 08:34
#16
I cannot speak for this camera but i got the cheaper Digoo Camera, it was a little odd setting it up and took a while but now i must say it is a great little thing so if this camera has similar specs or better its well worth the <£20 they want for it. The app runs really well too for android and iPhone

https://www.banggood.com/Digoo-DG-M1Q-960P-2_8mm-Wireless-Mini-WIFI-Night-Vision-Smart-Home-Security-IP-Camera-Onvif-Monitor-p-1123595.html?rmmds=search
#17
Good camera but terrible app.
#18
You all seem to miss the point - "when a mantis is trying to catch a cicada, a canary is behind it"
You can't argue with that......
#19
can anyone recommend a wired one (ethernet cable) of similar price/quality that can be accessed over the web without any tinkering with the router?
#20
happylarry
Just beware guys I bought a Mini WiFi camera, which looks like an unbranded version of the 720 Digoo, some time ago now and although it does work well it is pretty much restricted to the app and a rubbish windows program. It is not possible to use it with a generic IP camera program like iSpy and is not Onvif as stated.
I can however recommend the ESCAM cameras which integrated perfectly

in regards to the Escam, was it plug and play? meaning you just connect it to an ethernet port. I wouldn't be able to use wifi in the location I want to put it. And how are you viewing the image? I dont need it for security just to check things, so viewing it on my phone would be ok for me.
#21
happylarry
Just beware guys I bought a Mini WiFi camera, which looks like an unbranded version of the 720 Digoo, some time ago now and although it does work well it is pretty much restricted to the app and a rubbish windows program. It is not possible to use it with a generic IP camera program like iSpy and is not Onvif as stated. I can however recommend the ESCAM cameras which integrated perfectly

Can I change the port that it uses? Very wary of leaving an IP cam on the default port.

Edit: talking about the ESCAM cameras btw

Edited By: IMcHunt on Jul 07, 2017 12:22: Edited from the official Android app
1 Like #22
Changing port won't make a tad of difference to security, it's the chipset that leaves backdoors open... plus the app asks for way too many permissions, and a lot of this cheap junk isn't compatible with decent apps.... I'll be saving for something more mainstream.
#23
I use netcam studio to stream my camera's and block internet access at the router to the cam to stop the many backdoors being an issue.
#24
RoosterNo1
Changing port won't make a tad of difference to security, it's the chipset that leaves backdoors open... plus the app asks for way too many permissions, and a lot of this cheap junk isn't compatible with decent apps.... I'll be saving for something more mainstream.
Guys please think about security.

Make sure the camera let's you change the default password. If not, then anyone over the internet can and will login and see whatever the camera sees.

Buy a proper branded IP camera from Netgear/Samsung/Canary/Nest etc and be safe and secure. Plus you'll get firmware updates!
1 Like #25
IMcHunt
happylarry
Just beware guys I bought a Mini WiFi camera, which looks like an unbranded version of the 720 Digoo, some time ago now and although it does work well it is pretty much restricted to the app and a rubbish windows program. It is not possible to use it with a generic IP camera program like iSpy and is not Onvif as stated. I can however recommend the ESCAM cameras which integrated perfectly
Can I change the port that it uses? Very wary of leaving an IP cam on the default port.
Edit: talking about the ESCAM cameras btw

As already said changing port won't help improve security, and they are typically not very secure at-all.

Besides, these budget IP cameras typically establish an outbound connection to the manufacturer's server, using their proprietary "P2P" protocol (basically a tunnelled HTTP) , allowing the user to view the stream via the external server to simplify set-up, as it avoids setting up port forwarding, or adding firewall rules on the router and doesn't require uPnP or a DDNS server.

There was an exploit published for many "P2P" IP cameras some months ago.

If they support ONVIF, you can also open ports to allow remote access either using onvif, or remote access to just their RTSP stream, however their password protection is usually laughable at best, I for example have three different cheap ip cameras, the latest I haven't bothered to test, but of the other two: With one you can view the RTSP stream without knowing a password if you allow remote access to the Onvif port, and the password is only 8 characters so vulnerable to brute force attack. The second you can access the stream using a dummy password, or no password on another port. Both also allow taking snapshots with no password if remote access to port 80 is permitted.


I have all internet access blocked for my cameras and have configured an OpenVPN server on a router running openwrt to allow secure remote access to my cameras. I've also set the cameras up to use the router as a time server and intend to try to set up a smtp server on the router to support motion detection emails.


You shouldn't assume more expensive cameras are secure either. If you want to keep what it can see and hear private, use a secure VPN.


Edited By: melted on Jul 07, 2017 16:53: added
#26
RoosterNo1
Changing port won't make a tad of difference to security, it's the chipset that leaves backdoors open... plus the app asks for way too many permissions, and a lot of this cheap junk isn't compatible with decent apps.... I'll be saving for something more mainstream.

Well it makes a difference if someone is just arbitrarily scanning IPs for known open ports. But if the camera is exposing itself to an external service, then I'm out.
#27
"The Evolution of "Wild", 480P 720P 960P...
NOW!! LET THE FIN SURFACED!!!"

With that marketing blurb, I'll take 10.
#28
Please save your money. I have had 2 of these and they die after a couple of months use.
Absolute crap.
I am getting a Foscam as was recommended by someone who predicted the above.
#29
Use the far superior Vue smart home app. So much better and more stable than the one it
recommends.

Edited By: QPRHOOPS81 on Jul 09, 2017 09:17: Edited from the official Android app
#30
ryanshelton
Need one for outside use??
What?

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