MOTOROLA FOCUS 85 WIRELESS WI-FI PTZ HOME SECURITY CAMERA £54.98 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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MOTOROLA FOCUS 85 WIRELESS WI-FI PTZ HOME SECURITY CAMERA £54.98 @ B&Q

£54.98 @ B&Q
Pretty good deal.Cheaper than most other places e.g Curry's is £64.99. Was £75 so you save £20.02. There are many other offers in reduction e.g some security systems are reduced to clear by £33 etc. … Read More
HydroBolt Avatar
1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago
Pretty good deal.Cheaper than most other places e.g Curry's is £64.99.
Was £75 so you save £20.02.
There are many other offers in reduction e.g some security systems are reduced to clear by £33 etc.

PRODUCT DETAILS
The Focus 85 Connect turns any compatible device into a home monitoring system via Hubble for Motorola Monitors app. It offers a motorised pan and tilt function, and a digital zoom function for a closer look at what’s happening.

  • Monitor and receive room temperature alerts with the integrated temperature sensor.
  • Infrared night vision capability, so you can clearly see what’s going on even in low light levels.
  • Two-way audio communication capability.
  • App Compatibility: Android (4.0 or later) or iOS (7.0 or later) for live streaming via Hubble for Motorola Monitors app.
  • The user-friendly Timeline feature keeps track of events that are triggered by your camera’s sensors.
Features and Benefits
Receive alerts when motion and sound are detected, and with a subscription to Motion Triggered Recording* you’re able to view the footage from when movement is detected.

  • You can manually capture images and video recordings via the in-app** function to capture key moments to replay later.
  • *Motion Triggered Recording requires a paid subscription plan, please see the manual for more information.
  • **In-app video recording and image capture is a free feature and requires a Smartphone or Tablet with available storage. Please note this features is different to our Motion Triggered Recording service which requires a paid subscription plan.
  • HD (720p) Recording
Technical Specifications
Brand Motorola
Operating range 150m
Viewing angle 300°
Night vision Night Vision
Colour camera Colour camera
Wireless Wireless
Number of LEDs 10
Sensing element Infrared, Motion & Sound
Colour description White
Primary power supply Mains
Weight (g) 0.37kg Width (mm) 90mm Length 90mm Depth (mm)100mm
Guarantee 1 year
Night vision Night Vision

It is better to consider Yale or Swann if one is after a CCTV camera, or the use of a dash cam through glass for security as the quality and reliability is probably better.

*****Please read the reviews before buying any product*******
(The Motorola appears to have a few problems in terms of reliability and quality. Just some advice :) )
Any money saved is good money :D
HydroBolt Avatar
1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago
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1 Like #1
temperature monitor is bonus feature
2 Likes #2
anygood behind a glass looking out to the drive?
#3
Aaronnnn
anygood behind a glass looking out to the drive?

Personally, I wouldn't suggest it as the quality may not be great as a CCTV, as such, as the quality of the video etc might not be particularly good. I would invest in a Yale or something else for something like that. You can, but there are quite a few drawbacks for this idea. Hope this helped :D
2 Likes #4
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1 Like #5
HydroBolt
Personally, I wouldn't suggest it as the quality may not be great as a CCTV, as such, as the quality of the video etc might not be particularly good. I would invest in a Yale or something else for something like that. You can, but there are quite a few drawbacks for this idea. Hope this helped :D


That did help! thank you very much, I will give it a mess. I live in a grade 2 listed building, anything on the outside the council will have a go -_-
#6
Aaronnnn
That did help! thank you very much, I will give it a mess. I live in a grade 2 listed building, anything on the outside the council will have a go -_-

You're most welcome :D I feel for you I think you should get a 1080p camera (or something which has a superior camera quality) and place it in a window, this may give better results for you and extra security to help potentially identify light-fingered pilferers! Have a lovely day!
1 Like #7
Aaronnnn
anygood behind a glass looking out to the drive?
Also any cameras that use infra red in the dark the infra red does not penitrate glass so you will not really see anything through it it night unless you get seperate infra red light for outside or have a weather proof camera outside.
#8
Dragon32
Also any cameras that use infra red in the dark the infra red does not penitrate glass so you will not really see anything through it it night unless you get seperate infra red light for outside or have a weather proof camera outside.

Thanks for the additional information :D Much appreciated ;)
1 Like #9
You have to pay a subscription to get the auto 15 second videos.
Personally would get one with a built in sd card slot.
1 Like #10
HydroBolt
Thanks for the additional information :D Much appreciated ;)


You might want to consider a Dashcam, they are designed to be behind a layer for glass, only thing is with dashcams they are not really designed for range more close up stuff.
1 Like #11
Do your research people before buying anything of this kind as there are a lot of dreadful complaints about video quality,subscriptions.i once bought one of those outside ptz cameras and had to return next day over lots of problems.i never personally look at Motorola again
#12
N3RO
Do your research people before buying anything of this kind as there are a lot of dreadful complaints about video quality,subscriptions.i once bought one of those outside ptz cameras and had to return next day over lots of problems.i never personally look at Motorola again
Yeah these are not actually Motorola, they are some Chinese company who has rights to the Motorola name to use on cameras.
#13
I have swann and take and the swann I much better quality they have some good offer on Amazon at the moment if not there is a good company called AAA CCTV have some great deals
#14
oops swann and yale
#15
Have one of these. It's great, although I only used it once or twice and will probably end up selling it...heat
#16
I have 2 of these already, looking to buy a 3rd!

Its been this price on amazon for a few week

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Motorola-Connect-Remote-Access-Monitoring/dp/B00LFNBO2O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499675276&sr=8-1&keywords=focus+85
#17
bfam
Have one of these. It's great, although I only used it once or twice and will probably end up selling it...heat


Why did you only use it once or twice?
2 Likes #18
These are good 98% of the time. I have 4 of these to keep an eye on the kids. I wouldnt recommend them as sole CCTV as the Hubble service seems to be intermittent sometimes, though it can then work for weeks without an issue. You do have to pay £2.99pcm (or £29 annually) for the video recording feature but this is sketchy and sometimes doesnt record everything. But it will send you notifications and photos for free. For the price, they are pretty good, but I wouldnt ditch my Swann CCTV in favour. These Hubble cameras just arent up to being a CCTV system. They are great for watching the kids though.
#19
HydroBolt
You're most welcome :D I feel for you I think you should get a 1080p camera (or something which has a superior camera quality) and place it in a window, this may give better results for you and extra security to help potentially identify light-fingered pilferers! Have a lovely day!
Any recommendations ? Links ? Bought a 1080p Foscam not brilliant behind glass. Thanks
#20
haritori
You might want to consider a Dashcam, they are designed to be behind a layer for glass, only thing is with dashcams they are not really designed for range more close up stuff.
That's a good idea - I've never thought of using a dash cam to watch outside the house through glass (even though I have a dash cam for the car already).
#21
Zameen
Any recommendations ? Links ? Bought a 1080p Foscam not brilliant behind glass. Thanks
I had a couple of Foscam cameras and although the video quality it fairly good on them their software is rubbish (have an Foscam NVR (network video recorder) and although it's ok viewing directly through you cannot seem to view anything remotely (would have been nice to view recorded video).

If I was to do it all again I'd prob go for a complete Swan camera system with recorder.
1 Like #22
Thanks Dragon32 so any swann 1080p Wi-Fi cam would be good through glass ?

Edited By: Zameen on Jul 10, 2017 10:07: Edited from the official Android app
1 Like #23
Zameen
Any recommendations ? Links ? Bought a 1080p Foscam not brilliant behind glass. Thanks

Hiya,
I have sifted through many pages of cameras, but to no avail could I find one which is particularly good. I recommend you to look at this link to find one which is suited for you. It is personal taste and what you require. Hope you find it helpful :D

Edited By: HydroBolt on Jul 10, 2017 19:34:
1 Like #24
I picked up mine today, impressed, very easy to use and set up. Plan to use in the nursery when our little one is 6 months old. Thanks op.
#25
texaspetey
I picked up mine today, impressed, very easy to use and set up. Plan to use in the nursery when our little one is 6 months old. Thanks op.

You're most welcome. Glad you like it :D

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