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Original Xiaomi Smart 1080P WiFi IP Camera £19.23 using code @ Gearbest

£19.23 @ GearBest
Code - xiaofang Dropped another few quid + the code will knock even more off. Looks quite good spec for the cash really. Nice and small as well, unlike my old Edimax. Info 1/2.7 inch CMOS Senso… Read More
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[mod] 6m, 1d agoFound 6 months, 1 day ago
Code - xiaofang

Dropped another few quid + the code will knock even more off. Looks quite good spec for the cash really. Nice and small as well, unlike my old Edimax.

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1/2.7 inch CMOS Sensor Night Vision IR-cut Motion Detection 110 Degree FOV 8X Digital Zoom

Original Xiaomi smart 1080P IP camera for home security
1080P full high definition resolution provides a clear image
1/2.7 inch CMOS sensor and 8X digital zoom, bring more details
F2.0 aperture, 110 degree super wide angle FOV
IR-cut, support day and night auto switch
Built-in 2pcs 850nm LEDs, support night vision range up to 9m. You can have a clear view even in a dark environment
Support motion and sound detection, detects the smoke and CO alarm, send you the alarm when it is triggered
Two-way audio, you can talk to your family when you are not at home
Max support 64G extended TF card ( not included )
Magnetic bracket, it can be mounted on any metal surface
Support time-lapse recording
Please download APP "Xiaomi Smart Home" from Apple Store or Google Play
Support Android 4.0 and above, iOS 7.0 and above system devices

Specs
Wireless: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
WiFi Distance : 10m
Sensor: CMOS
Sensor size (inch): 1/2.7
Resolution: 1920 × 1080
Audio Input: Built-in mic.
Audio Output: Built-in speaker
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Product weight: 0.100 kg
Package weight: 0.250 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 5.00 x 5.00 x 5.60 cm / 1.97 x 1.97 x 2.2 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 17.00 x 17.00 x 17.00 cm / 6.69 x 6.69 x 6.69 inches

Package Contents: 1 x Xiaomi IP Camera, 1 x Power Cord, 1 x Needle

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21 Likes
cruisecars
i wouldnt touch this camera

You wouldn't have to, it's wireless
5 Likes
Until yesterday it was selling for £19.14 without any code. App which comes is in Chinese and you have to select Mainland China to setup this camera. Very cheap for the price considering specs. I did some search and found that Xiaomi is going to release an international version. So holding my purchase.
5 Likes
anthony69
Put one of these up our back passage that wasnt lit. Never looked back!.

Surely one of these would have been more suitable?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheaper-version-endoscope-usb-camera-amazon-7-99-prime-3-99-non-prime-sold-jt-uk-2577435

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5 Likes #1
Until yesterday it was selling for £19.14 without any code. App which comes is in Chinese and you have to select Mainland China to setup this camera. Very cheap for the price considering specs. I did some search and found that Xiaomi is going to release an international version. So holding my purchase.
#2
Good price for 1080p
2 Likes #3
someone posted this the other day from lightintthebox but I couldn't find and decent reviews or sample video
1 Like #4
how does recording work on this? what options do we have ?
2 Likes #5
Magnets
someone posted this the other day from lightintthebox but I couldn't find and decent reviews or sample video


https://youtu.be/Duql1Fe0AGc
No dialogue it seems. But has mobile footage off the camera. Seem decent, just low fps motion blur.

https://youtu.be/wbABJ8xJeE0
18 min review. Unsure if it has any video of camera footage.
4 Likes #6
Ugly shape and white - made by Apple? (_;)
#7
Gearbest have plenty of alternatives at various prices if anyone is interested http://www.gearbest.com/ip-cameras-c_11243/

I would prefer a camera with pan and tilt included.
1 Like #8
Do these record motion detection to play back for free? or do you have to subscribe to something?
#9
I've got the iSmart Alarm version and it works very well - excellent picture quality. About to move to a new home and leaving my iSmart set up at my folks place, so ordered a couple of these to try out, voted hot!
#10
shutsy2003
Do these record motion detection to play back for free? or do you have to subscribe to something?

The iSmart Alarm version does this(saves to cloud and sd card), so hopefully this does too.
1 Like #11
itsgun4u
Until yesterday it was selling for £19.14 without any code. App which comes is in Chinese and you have to select Mainland China to setup this camera. Very cheap for the price considering specs. I did some search and found that Xiaomi is going to release an international version. So holding my purchase.


Thanks for the good info.
Fed up of half baked eastern tat.
#12
Can I buy a few of these for around the house and toggle from camera to camera easily? Or have to pair each device separately?
2 Likes #13
1 x Needle

That's to leave outside so the smack head doesn't break in I guess.
3 Likes #14
I'd always be worried about these cheap cameras (and other IOT tech) feeding stuff back to chinese servers

I read a nerdy review of a smart lightswitch once that was pinging data back to china and basically leaving a huge hole into your network if the manufacturer ever got hacked
2 Likes #15
mad.dog
I'd always be worried about these cheap cameras (and other IOT tech) feeding stuff back to chinese servers
I read a nerdy review of a smart lightswitch once that was pinging data back to china and basically leaving a huge hole into your network if the manufacturer ever got hacked

Cameras like these powered the DDoS attack in October, the Chinese ones are not worth it. Buy a decent camera and put a strong password on it. Then scan it with OpenVAS.

Edited By: Gitch28 on Dec 21, 2016 13:44
#16
These look very good.... Got a few xiaomi products and they are great quality. Would be nice for the home app to be in English though.

Edited By: ashtad on Dec 21, 2016 14:06: Extra comment
1 Like #17
i wouldnt touch this camera
21 Likes #18
cruisecars
i wouldnt touch this camera

You wouldn't have to, it's wireless
#19
Would this work with Poe? And would it work pointing through a glass window or would the infrared get messed up?
#20
mad.dog
I'd always be worried about these cheap cameras (and other IOT tech) feeding stuff back to chinese servers
I read a nerdy review of a smart lightswitch once that was pinging data back to china and basically leaving a huge hole into your network if the manufacturer ever got hacked

Stay away from Android devices.
#21
itsgun4u
I did some search and found that Xiaomi is going to release an international version. So holding my purchase.

Any chance you can share your source for that information please? I have two already shipped from Gearbest of these ones but if a global version is coming I won't buy any more, I'll wait for that and then sell these when I can replace them with the global version and get the extras I want then as well.
#22
can it save on ftp/smb?
#23
adamwilko007
Would this work with Poe? And would it work pointing through a glass window or would the infrared get messed up?

USB power, wireless network and no Ethernet port I believe so no to PoE. Definitely no to behind glass with night mode active, all cameras with IR night vision would reflect off the glass. However, if this can be turned off in the app it would be fine but would not switch to night mode, I'll test this myself when it arrives. Of course you could do what I did on another and block the IR LEDs with some very thick black insulating tape (multiple layers probably needed to completely block it).
#24
Very interesting!! I've got 2 digoo BBM1 and I'm thinking of sacking them off too! Going to try this OpenVas first
#25
Can this be used as a baby monitor? will the motion sensor be good enough?
#26
cruisecars
i wouldnt touch this camera

Unless your arms reach all the way to China ?
1 Like #27
playbee007
Can this be used as a baby monitor? will the motion sensor be good enough?

Will keep the baby nice and warm when it sets on fire. Made in sweatshops by five year olds.
#28
X) let's hope it is then. if not the fire brigade will be on speed dial!
4 Likes #29
Gitch28
mad.dog
I'd always be worried about these cheap cameras (and other IOT tech) feeding stuff back to chinese servers
I read a nerdy review of a smart lightswitch once that was pinging data back to china and basically leaving a huge hole into your network if the manufacturer ever got hacked
Cameras like these powered the DDoS attack in October, the Chinese ones are not worth it. Buy a decent camera and put a strong password on it. Then scan it with OpenVAS.

Along with devices from:

Axis (Sweden)
Ubiquiti (USA)
Samsung (Korea)
Xerox (USA)
RealTek (Taiwan)
and many others
#30
Looks like it was designed in the 1950's .....by a 4 year old!
1 Like #31
Isn't this supposed pass the butter?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7HmltUWXgs

Edited By: bobforward79 on Dec 21, 2016 15:46
1 Like #32
se23
Very interesting!! I've got 2 digoo BBM1 and I'm thinking of sacking them off too! Going to try this OpenVas first

I had two of those too, sold one and ripped one apart to play with. Taped over the IR LEDs as if you unplug the board it is in permanent 'night mode' giving a black and white image during the day. Not a perfect solution to point out a window but ok.
#33
nige182
se23
Very interesting!! I've got 2 digoo BBM1 and I'm thinking of sacking them off too! Going to try this OpenVas first

I had two of those too, sold one and ripped one apart to play with. Taped over the IR LEDs as if you unplug the board it is in permanent 'night mode' giving a black and white image during the day. Not a perfect solution to point out a window but ok.


Haha yes, I found that out the hard way!
1 Like #34
se23
nige182
se23
Very interesting!! I've got 2 digoo BBM1 and I'm thinking of sacking them off too! Going to try this OpenVas first
I had two of those too, sold one and ripped one apart to play with. Taped over the IR LEDs as if you unplug the board it is in permanent 'night mode' giving a black and white image during the day. Not a perfect solution to point out a window but ok.
Haha yes, I found that out the hard way!

Yeah, I also tried an Sricam SP012. I found both had advantages over the other, but for my needs preferred the Digoo. I have ordered a Digoo BB-M2 to try as well but now it looks like these Xiaomi ones will turn up first anyway.
#35
OFI
Gitch28
mad.dog
I'd always be worried about these cheap cameras (and other IOT tech) feeding stuff back to chinese servers
I read a nerdy review of a smart lightswitch once that was pinging data back to china and basically leaving a huge hole into your network if the manufacturer ever got hacked
Cameras like these powered the DDoS attack in October, the Chinese ones are not worth it. Buy a decent camera and put a strong password on it. Then scan it with OpenVAS.
Along with devices from:
Axis (Sweden)
Ubiquiti (USA)
Samsung (Korea)
Xerox (USA)
RealTek (Taiwan)
and many others
I think we all he meant this is a product for the Chinese market, with no English instructions, no CE security certification etc.

Just like the Chinese phones, you might say "all phones are made in China" but that doesn't mean a phone in a Chinese written box with a Chinese menu, with no Google Play Store or Apps, emitting whatever emissions are allowed on the Chinese market and so on is the same as the CE-marked phones that are build for the EU market.
1 Like #36
Put one of these up our back passage that wasnt lit. Never looked back!.
#37
Cost 99 Yuan (£11) in China full RRP from Xiaomi so although it's cheaper than the previously posted deal it's not that cheap. Should be under a tenner as there is already a successor.
#38
Gutted mine shipped a few days ago at £5 more.
#39
Anyone know how to secure these in case xiaomi get hacked. I guess, the video is hosted on their website. Apologies, I am new to ip cam.
2 Likes #40
anthony69
Put one of these up our back passage that wasnt lit. Never looked back!.
You put one in your back passage?..tehehehe

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