Edimax Wireless N Pan & Tilt - IP Camera - £49.97 Instore @ Currys/PC World Outlet Stores - HotUKDeals
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Normally about £130 (Currently £115on Amazon)

A Great Remote Camera, this is Wireless N, with remote Pan/Tilt (Check your camera remotely by iphone/laptop). 2 Way audio.

Can store images locally on SD card as well as sending images/video over the network.

Limited to the 4 UK Currys/PC World outlet stores,

Chesterfield/Chester/Birmingham/Manchester (£49.97)

But if you want to add Wifi Remote Cameras to your network there is no cheaper way of doing it at the moment.

Technical Details
Product Description: Edimax IC-7010PTn - network camera
Device Type: Network camera - pan / tilt
Dimensions (WxDxH): 10.8 cm x 11.2 cm x 10.8 cm
Camera: Colour - Day&Night
Optical Sensor Type: CMOS - 1,300,000 pixels
Focal Length: 5 mm
Focus Adjustment: Manual
Lens Iris: F/2.8
Panning Range (degree): -355 to +355
Tilting Range (degree): -120 to +120
Interfaces: Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
Audio Support: Yes : two-way audio capability
Power: DC 12 V
Features: SD-card slot, e-mail alerts, SDHC-card slot, Infra-Red LEDs, Motion Detection Technology
System Requirements: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
Environmental Parameters (operating): 0 °C ... 40 °C ; 10 - 90% (non-condensing) relative humidity
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#1
Link To Amazon Details and Product reviews

Receipt for validation as In-Store Deal!

http://www.stageshoot.co.uk/files/currys2.jpg

Edited By: flashyphotos on Mar 29, 2011 13:17: add receipt
#2
How good is this for night time (security) use ?
#3
Great price and great piece of kit -hot; just a shame my petrol would cost more than item. Excellent if you live near one of the outlets.
#4
What are the outlet store addresses?
#5
Chesterfield 01246 223 970
Manchester Ancoates 0161 272 6974
Merryhill Birmingham 01384 418 480
Chester 01244 393 861

Dont have postcodes but sure the store will give you details if you call them
#6
Hot, but which model is it?

The details list it as being the IC-7010PTn, but the image you've attached is the IC-7000PTn / IC-7000PTn V2

Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on Mar 29, 2011 14:09
#7
Does it it say what the resolution is? ie. what's it'd TVL value?
#8
Guan
Does it it say what the resolution is? ie. what's it'd TVL value?


Depends on the answer to my previous question;
As the 7010 supports M-JPEG@ SXGA, VGA, QVGA ; MPEG4 @ XGA, VGA, QVGA and H.264 @ 1280x720, VGA, QGVA

The 7000 supports only M-JPEG@ SXGA, VGA, QVGA and MPEG4@ SVGA, VGA, QVGA

Both the 7000 & 7010 have 1.3MP sensors.
#9
Type 'FOSCAM' into ebay search. they are around this price, (beware of fakes though)
#10
TehJumpingJawa
Guan
Does it it say what the resolution is? ie. what's it'd TVL value?


Depends on the answer to my previous question;
As the 7010 supports M-JPEG@ SXGA, VGA, QVGA ; MPEG4 @ XGA, VGA, QVGA and H.264 @ 1280x720, VGA, QGVA

The 7000 supports only M-JPEG@ SXGA, VGA, QVGA and MPEG4@ SVGA, VGA, QVGA

Both the 7000 & 7010 have 1.3MP sensors.



So....640x480 then for both.
#11
Sorry lookslike there are 2 types

I purchased 2, got one 7010 and one 7000

Looked identical till I checked the type on the boxes, so you can choose either, they seemed to have loads of both all stacked together at the same price.
#12
flashyphotos
Sorry lookslike there are 2 types

I purchased 2, got one 7010 and one 7000

Looked identical till I checked the type on the boxes, so you can choose either, they seemed to have loads of both all stacked together at the same price.


The IC-7010PTn cost £150+ are you sure 1 of them is that model?

Thanx
#13
robo989
TehJumpingJawa
Guan
Does it it say what the resolution is? ie. what's it'd TVL value?


Depends on the answer to my previous question;
As the 7010 supports M-JPEG@ SXGA, VGA, QVGA ; MPEG4 @ XGA, VGA, QVGA and H.264 @ 1280x720, VGA, QGVA

The 7000 supports only M-JPEG@ SXGA, VGA, QVGA and MPEG4@ SVGA, VGA, QVGA

Both the 7000 & 7010 have 1.3MP sensors.



So....640x480 then for both.


How do you get 640x480 from that? 640x480~= 0.3MP

1.3MP~=SXGA=1280x1024
#14
robo989
flashyphotos
Sorry lookslike there are 2 types

I purchased 2, got one 7010 and one 7000

Looked identical till I checked the type on the boxes, so you can choose either, they seemed to have loads of both all stacked together at the same price.

The IC-7010PTn cost £150+ are you sure 1 of them is that model?

Thanx


Yes as the 7010 has an LED ring around the camera
#15
manchester still has these for 79.99 tried to get them of the manager for 49.97 but no luck would only drop to 70 each for them,
#16
Are you sure you went to the right store

Its only the Ancoates Outlet store that is doing them for £49.97 the normal PC World/Currys may have them at different prices,
#17
yes it was the ancoats store, definetely still 79.99 , the manager even scanned them for me they had about 12 of them on the shelf.

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