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Panasonic BL-VP104 IP 720p IP Network Camera Webcam £37.90 delivered at iBood

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Seems like a cracking deal for 720p webcam that can capture videos of 1,280 x 720 at 30fps. Seems to be well over £120 at most places online Description Want to keep an eye on your stuff while you… Read More
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
Seems like a cracking deal for 720p webcam that can capture videos of 1,280 x 720 at 30fps. Seems to be well over £120 at most places online

Description
Want to keep an eye on your stuff while you're not at home or the office? Don't want to spend a fortune? You are at the right place at the right time. For this Panasonic BL-VP104 network camera combines smart features and advanced technology in a compact package.

The progressive scan ensures sharp images with minimal motion blur effects and eliminates any distortion, even when the subject is moving. Above all, the digital noise reduction (3D-DNR) provides clarity in all conditions. In addition to that the camera is packed with a 4x digital zoom controlled via the browser, improved electronic sensitivity, full image transmission (up to 30fps), face detection and monitoring from a smartphone or tablet.

With the dump price of today, this is a no-brainer. So don't hesitate and quickly gain yourself that extra bit of home security!

Specifications
Brand: Panasonic
Type: BL-VP104e
Colour: White
Warranty: 2 years

Digital noise reduction
Face detecion
4x digital zoom

Camera

Image Sensor: 1/4 type CMOS Sensor
Effective Pixels: Approx. 1 megapixel
Scanning Mode: Progressive
Scanning Area: 3.89 mm (H) x 2.43 mm (V)Minimum Illumination
Color: 0.9 lx (F2.8, Auto slow shutter: Off (1/30s), Gain:On(High))
Color: 0.06 lx (F2.8, Auto slow shutter: Max. 16/30s, Gain:On(High))
BW: 0.6 lx (F2.8, Auto slow shutter: Off (1/30s), Gain:On(High))
BW: 0.04 lx (F2.8, Auto slow shutter: Off (16/30s), Gain:On(High))White Balance: AWC (2,000 ~ 10,000 K), ATW1 (2,700 ~ 6,000 K), ATW2 (2,000 ~ 6,000 K)
Light Control Mode: Indoor scene (50 Hz / 60 Hz) / ELC
Adaptive Black Stretch: ON / OFF
AGC: ON (HIGH) / ON (MID) / ON (LOW) / OFF
Electronic Sensitivity UP: OFF (1/30 s), Max. 2/30 s, Max. 4/30 s, Max. 6/30 s, Max. 10/30 s, Max. 16/30 s
Day & Night (electrical): OFF / AUTO
Digital Noise Reduction: HIGH / LOW
Video Motion Detection: ON / OFF (4 areas available)
Privacy Zone: ON / OFF (up to 2 zones available)
Camera Title (OSD): Up to 20 characters (alphanumeric characters, marks) , On/Off

Lens

Focal Length: 3.6 mm
Zoom Ratio: Extra zoom: 1.5x (at VGA resolution)
Angular Field of View: Horizontal: 57 °, Vertical: 34 °
Maximum Aperture Ratio: 1:2.8
Focusing Range: 0.4 m ~ ∞

Browser GUI

Camera Control: Brightness
Display Mode: Spot, Quad: Image from 16 cameras can be displayed in 4 different Quad screens or 16 split screen (JPEG only). 20 characters camera title available
Zoom: extra zoom(1x - 1.5x) and the electronic zoom (higher zoom factors, up to 6x)
Camera Title: Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Clock Display: Time: 12H/24H, Date: 5 formats on the browser, Summer time (Manual)
Alarm Control: Reset
One Shot Capture: A still picture will be displayed on a newly opened window
GUI/Setup Menu Language: English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese
System Log: Up to 100 (Internal), error logs
Supported OS: Microsoft® Windows® 7, Microsoft® Windows Vista®,Microsoft® Windows® XP SP3
Supported Browser: Windows® Internet Explorer® 9.0 (32 bit), Windows® Internet Explorer® 8.0 (32 bit), Windows® Internet Explorer® 7.0 (32 bit), Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 6.0 SP3

Network

Network IF: 10Base-T / 100Base-TX, RJ-45 connector (female)

Image Resolution

Aspect ratio: [4 : 3] H.264: SVGA(800 x 600) / VGA (640 x 480) / QVGA (320 x 240), up to 30 fps
JPEG: SVGA(800 x 600)/ VGA (640 x 480) / QVGA (320 x 240), up to 30 fps
Aspect ratio: [16 : 9] H.264: 1,280 x 720 / 640 x 360 / 320 x 180, up to 30 fps
JPEG: 1,280 x 720 / 640 x 360 / 320 x 180, up to 30 fps

H.264

Transmission Mode: Constant bitrate / Frame rate / Best effort
Frame Rate: 1 / 3 / 5 / 7.5 / 10 / 12 / 15 / 20 / 30 fps
Bit Rate/Client: 64 / 128 / 256 / 384 / 512 / 768 / 1,024 / 1,536 / 2,048 / 3,072 / 4,096 / 8,192 kbps
Image Quality: LOW / NORMAL / FINE
Refresh Interval: 1 fps ~ 30 fps
Transmission Type: UNICAST / MULTICAST

JPEG

Image Quality: 10 steps
Refresh Interval: 0.1 fps ~ 30 fps
Transmission Type: PULL / PUSH
Supported Protocol: IPv6: TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, NTP, SNMP, DHCPv6, MLD, ICMP, ARP
IPv4: TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTP, RTP/RTCP,FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP, SNMP, UPnP, IGMP, ICMP, ARP
FTP Client: Alarm image transmission, FTP periodic transmission
No. of Simultaneous Users: Up to 14 users (Depends on network conditions)
Cellular Phone Compatibility: JPEG image
Mobile Terminal Compatibilty: iPad, iPhone, iPod touch (iOS 4.2.1 or later) , AndroidTM mobile terminals

Alarm

Alarm Source: VMD, Command alarm
Alarm Actions: E-mail notification, Indication on browser, FTP image transfer, Panasonic protocol output
Schedule: VMD

General

Safety/ EMC Standard BL-VP104:
UL60950-1 Ed.2, C22.2 NO.60950-1 Ed.2
FCC Part15 ClassB, ICES-003 ClassB
BL-VP104E / BL-VP104U:
IEC60950-1 Ed.2
EN55022 ClassB, EN55024
Power Source and Power Consumption: 6.5 V DC (Use only with Panasonic AC adapter), max. 2.0 W (230 V AC/ 50 Hz)
Ambient Operating Temperature: 0 °C ~ 40 °C (32 °F ~ 104 °F)
Ambient Operating Humidity: Less than 90 % (no condensation)
Dimensions: 70 mm (W) x 70 mm (H) x 25.4 mm (D)
Weight (approx.): Approx. 75 g
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3 Likes #1
Nice one, ordered 4, not sure why but I did.
#2
Really good when teamed with powerline homeplug lan

Edited By: cootuk2 on Jan 01, 2015 06:26
1 Like #3
Thanks Op. Bought one as a baby monitor. I have one that I used for my first born but that was 320 and this is 720p.

Great stuff
#4
anyone had dealings with this company? looks good price.
#5
Worth a punt PayPal so safe enough
#6
thanks, ordered.
#7
Ed_in_London
anyone had dealings with this company? looks good price.

They aren't based in the UK and the shipping date is the 14th of January so bear that in mind. Everything I have ordered from them has arrived in good time and has been as described. I know some people have had issues with this company and I'm sue they will tell you so, but I personally have not had any no issues buying anything from them in the past.
#8
Peep show. Please be careful people.
#9
Not sure this will be a good low light or night time performer. No IR illumination. So choose your application carefully.
#10
arthurplank
Not sure this will be a good low light or night time performer. No IR illumination. So choose your application carefully.

Yes, it doesn't have some of the whistles and bells of the dearer cameras like wi-fi and IR but it is only £30. Also you could buy separate IR lights if you wanted to cheaply on ebay.

Edited By: jaypr on Jan 01, 2015 11:22: Edit
#11
shame its not the wifi model, but at this price for a Panasonic ip camera - its a bargain
#12
Ba5ica11y_No
Peep show. Please be careful people.

As with any network kit, always change the default logins and disable unrequired services (eg. remote management).
#13
'Want some blokes in Russia keeping an eye on your house when you're not in....'
#14
Gollywood
'Want some blokes in Russia keeping an eye on your house when you're not in....'

See above. like all things if you leave the default login to admin with no password or the word password you've only got yourself to blame. Nothing insecure about these at all if you can read the instructions and have half a brain cell.
#15
From description take it this doesn't have audio?
#16
Are you not better paying a little more for something that you can pan and tilt from you iphone or similar ? Panning round the room is great to have, as is audio.

Edited By: BustyB293 on Jan 01, 2015 13:14
2 Likes #17
My friend Roy has just had one of these installed in his cafe after recently having a break in... Great piece of kit
#18
BustyB293
Are you not better paying a little more for something that you can pan and tilt from you iphone or similar ? Panning round the room is great to have, as is audio.

if by "Paying a little more" you mean over double the price then yes there are plenty of pan and tilt ones with audio available.
#19
BustyB293
Are you not better paying a little more for something that you can pan and tilt from you iphone or similar ? Panning round the room is great to have, as is audio.

I have two older Panasonic cameras with audio and pan and tilt functions. Unfortunately audio only ever worked over IE and not any other browser (so no audio in Firefox or on my mobile phone). However due to changes in IE11 audio no longer works and Panasonic seem to be not rushing to fix the issue.

So while pan and tilt are useful they add cost. So its a balance between price and usability here.

Personally I have ordered one to add to my existing set-up as I have a location where audio and tilt / pan are not required.


Edited By: OBH6UK on Jan 01, 2015 13:38
#20
jaypr

Yes, it doesn't have some of the whistles and bells of the dearer cameras like wi-fi and IR but it is only £30. Also you could buy separate IR lights if you wanted to cheaply on ebay.

I thought it was closer to 38 quid. also by the time you've hacked together IR lights and some kind of networking you may as well buy one of the 720p pan and tilt WiFi cameras of eBay with IR illumination built in for basically the same price. Like I said it depends on your application. Good for daylight and illuminated scenes.
#21
Could someone recommend a good one that has pan and tilt, wifi and IR illumination pls?
#22
foscam 8910. works fine
#23
johnro
foscam 8910. works fine

Good camera but only 640 x 480 resolution
#24
Wireless version now out of stock but the cheaper (Ethernet) version is only £29.95
1 Like #25
EileenGrimshaw
My friend Roy has just had one of these installed in his cafe after recently having a break in... Great piece of kit
Perfect for Nosey Norris Cole to tune into, with his new tablet!oO

Edited By: digbys on Jan 01, 2015 15:15
#26
jaypr
Gollywood
'Want some blokes in Russia keeping an eye on your house when you're not in....'

See above. like all things if you leave the default login to admin with no password or the word password you've only got yourself to blame. Nothing insecure about these at all if you can read the instructions and have half a brain cell.

You may find this interesting and a little bit scary - Exploiting Network Surveillance Cameras Like a Hollywood Hacker
1 Like #27
Comment
gruzerq
jaypr
Gollywood
'Want some blokes in Russia keeping an eye on your house when you're not in....'

See above. like all things if you leave the default login to admin with no password or the word password you've only got yourself to blame. Nothing insecure about these at all if you can read the instructions and have half a brain cell.

You may find this interesting and a little bit scary - Exploiting Network Surveillance Cameras Like a Hollywood Hacker


If someone is determined enough they will probably be able to hack my camera and if they do they are more than welcome to look at the footage of my road, but the simple fact is nobody cares about you or your webcam (unless you're stupid enough to not secure it properly) Then it'll be in the Daily Mail.
#28
no pan and tilt, no IR. might as well get your old smart phones and connect them to your wifi and view it via its IP address.
http://www.howtogeek.com/139373/how-to-turn-an-old-android-phone-into-a-networked-security-camera/
#29
cootuk2
Really good when teamed with powerline homeplug lan

I wouldn't run CCTV over powerline unless you're using low-bitrates or VBR.
#30
Was keen on one of these for myself and these are a great price however there appears to be real issue with these as they are only supported in MS Windows according to the review below. If you are looking to use smartphone or OS X for example you may have a problem but happy to be shown to be wrong. It might be worth reading one of the reviews from:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-BL-VP104WU-1280x720-Wireless-Network/dp/B008BBU4H4

I don't know where to start....this has to be my worst purchase from Amazon ever! It is going back for a refund.

Out of the box, I plugged it in. By default, it randomly grabs an IP address off the network - unfortunately that address was in use by something else, so that didn't go too well. It doesn't default to DHCP before doing that grab, as a lot of systems do. To change the IP address (or use DHCP) you first have to install Windows software just to do that - fine, but I don't use Windows. OK, fixed that...found a Windows machine to use temporarily.

I have a previous old Panasonic camera (the BL-C1) which works a treat. Point the browser at it and off you go. This doesn't work with this camera now, because it needs software installed on - you guessed - Windows. Another showstopper, and one that there is really no need for. Worse, even if you use Windows, you HAVE to use Internet Explorer - nothing else will do. This is not visible from the spec. on Amazon, although it's in the small print if you manage to fight your way down through the rather slow and badly organised Panasonic web site.

So, in summary: it misuses IP addresses; it needs Windows software to configure IP addresses; it needs Windows software to view images; it insists on Internet Explorer.




Edited By: jillamyalice on Jan 02, 2015 01:49: I was tipsy !
#31
johnro
foscam 8910. works fine


Much better.

This webcam is basic and not recommended.

Cold
2 Likes #32
ian18
johnro
foscam 8910. works fine

Much better.

This webcam is basic and not recommended.

Cold

As said before the 8910 is a good camera, but the resolution is only 640 x 480 and dearer than the Panasonic which has a resolution of 1280 x 720. Here's are comparison of the difference.
640 x 480
http://www.steveconrad.co.uk/jason/fc2.jpg

1280 x 720
http://www.steveconrad.co.uk/jason/fc3.jpg


Edited By: jaypr on Jan 01, 2015 22:47
#33
I will get a Hikvision I think, with pan and tilt, and audio from aliexpress.
#34
Looks like you're just watching the neighbours opposite. Is she attractive?
#35
anyone recieved theres yet?
#36
stanic
anyone recieved theres yet?

No
#37
Ordered x2 01/01/2015..................... Still Waiting!!! Sent couple of emails to them asking for an update......... Nothing;-((
#38
Still waiting for the delivery, they dont give me any update or information. If someone recived let us know!
#39
Money taken from my Paypal/CC 1/1/15 - nothing received - no reply to emails - phone line not answered.

Raised case with Paypal.

MODS PLEASE INVESTIGATE THIS COMPANY - THEY SHOULD BE BANNED FROM HDUK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#40
Just received mine!! Via UPS, 3/52 since purchase date 01/01/15. The 1st & Last Time I will use this company!!

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