Storage Options IP Night/Day Camera - Wired/Wireless Video & Audio Network Camera - F980A / SON-IPC1 @ 7dayshop £64.99 - HotUKDeals
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Storage Options presents this fully integrated wireless IP camera solution. It combines a high quality digital video camera with network connectivity and a powerful web server, to bring clear images to your desktop from anywhere on your local network, or over the Internet.

The Ultimate in Home and Office Surveillance

- Compression format: Motion-JPEG
- Resolution: CMOS 300,000 pixel
- Pan horizontal rotation: 0-220°, Tilt vertical rotation: 0-90°
- Audio support: two-way audio monitoring
- Wireless: WiFi, 802.11b/g
- Night vision: 5mm x 10 LED, IR 10m
- Supports 3G mobile phone monitoring
- DDNS support
- Internal motion detection function or external sensor can be used to trigger recording
- Advanced user management, only allows authorized users access to the images

The basic function is to transmit remote video over your IP network. The high quality video image can be transmitted at up to 30fps on a LAN or WAN by using MJPEG hardware compression technology.

The camera is controlled via a built-in Web server which supports Internet Explorer. Management and maintenance of the camera is simple; remote configuration, start-up and firmware upgrades can all be done via Web browser, over your network.

What's in the Box
IP Camera
WiFi Antenna
Software CD-ROM
Mounting Bracket
Power Adapter
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#1
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/images/products/prod_110134.jpg
#2
I'm after a decent IP camera but cant find any reviews on this one
#3
tempted but is it anygood?
#4
garbage456
slightly cheaper one found on ebay, brand new,


Got a reference/ item no???
#5
Are these the Foscam knockoffs which can be bricked if you update the firmware ??
#6
There copies of the Foscam FI8908W just google foscam and you will see i own 2 clones (running the foscam firmware for DX) and 3 real foscams 2 of which are the FI8908W and 1 of the newest models the FI8918W and another 1 on its way. They are very very good cams and do what i want them to do love the remote pan and tilt also will take pics upon detection of movement (pixel changes) and very good infared night vision.
#7
Go via ebay and you can buy the original Foscam for £48 delivered (best offer auto accepted)

Seller id is globejewelry
banned 1 Like #8
reviewz
Go via ebay and you can buy the original Foscam for £48 delivered (best offer auto accepted)

Seller id is globejewelry


you got a item number mate?
#9
can I use this to get the picture on an iPAD ?
I want to use it as a security camera at my front door
thanks
#10
Are the Foscams better then? I decided to go for them and got two FI8918Ws auto accepted at £52 each. Showing at £59.99 on site.
#11
We have a YCam which is fab but not sure how this compares to it.
#12
fantafan
We have a YCam which is fab but not sure how this compares to it.

not in the same leauge
#13
Can anyone offer a bit more comparison between the f18918ws and the YCam please?

Can the f18918ws image be viewed on an iPad easily, the YCam I think has an app.
#14
So you need a static IP setup with you service provider to access this from anywhere remotely?
#15
does this just plug into your router ? and you can view remotely ? or, do you need to leave a pc / laptop on.......? excuse the dumb ass question :-)

G
#16
anyone know if this supports power over ethernet?
#17
BustyB293
So you need a static IP setup with you service provider to access this from anywhere remotely?


No you can use a dynamic DNS service like at dtdns.com, its free.
#18
you dont need to leave your PC on no. it has its own server that you connect to.

I'm interested to know how its powered what extra mains lead do you need?
#19
Fox basher
does this just plug into your router ? and you can view remotely ? or, do you need to leave a pc / laptop on.......? excuse the dumb ass question :-)

G

yes (or no as it's wireless), yes and no
but you will need a pc for the initial setup
1 Like #20
Brungle
I'm interested to know how its powered what extra mains lead do you need?


it comes with a mains lead
#21
Fox basher
does this just plug into your router ? and you can view remotely ? or, do you need to leave a pc / laptop on.......? excuse the dumb ass question :-)

G


You should be able to view remotely with these, you will have to set up port forwarding and a decent upload speed will make a big difference.
#22
Brungle
you dont need to leave your PC on no. it has its own server that you connect to.

I'm interested to know how its powered what extra mains lead do you need?


"What's in the Box
IP Camera
WiFi Antenna
Software CD-ROM
Mounting Bracket
Power Adapter"

The power adaptor is included.
#23
thanks, my bad. I'm used to seeing the cheap tat on ebay that is literally the camera nothing else.
#24
0.3mp CMOS Sensor + only 10 IR LED Bulbs. This is poor spec folks :(
#25
seeing as this is a ip camera as anyone set one up? if so how easy? as my network dvr is a pain to set up
can anyone help?
#26
Recommend any alternatives in this price bracket?
banned#27
austinc
0.3mp CMOS Sensor + only 10 IR LED Bulbs. This is poor spec folks :(


any other recommended companys making this sort of camera?
#29
This may be a little off topic but thought id post here as some of you guys seem knowledgable on this.


I currently run a DVR with cameras using standard BNC/power + audio down the same line.

Can anyone recommend me a decent BNC camera .Im currently running some cheapo units from ebay they are decent but not great.

Can anyone recommend me a cam and what to look out for either CCD 1/3 1/4or CMOS sensor .etc .etc

Many thanks

Edited By: J273 on Oct 31, 2010 22:18: spelling
1 Like #30
I've been using one of these for a while, they work quite well. I replaced the lens with a wide angle one from dx to improve it slightly.

If you are using motion detection, fotki is useful to store the images as the support ftp, best way is to setup a folder called "ftp" then upload into that. You can then clear it down fast by just deleting the folder and recreating.
Old picture at night, using the default lens. I should have moved the plants!
http://i37.tinypic.com/x0tiu0.jpg
edit, and one in daylight with the wide angle on.
http://i55.tinypic.com/24fe05e.jpg

Edited By: phead on Oct 31, 2010 22:25: added piccy
#31
heat added
banned#32
Isn't this the same as the Dealextreme http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.26358...except that one is $67.90=£42-ish
banned#33
hav
phead
I've been using one of these for a while, they work quite well. I replaced the lens with a wide angle one from dx to improve it slightly.

If you are using motion detection, fotki is useful to store the images as the support ftp, best way is to setup a folder called "ftp" then upload into that. You can then clear it down fast by just deleting the folder and recreating.
Old picture at night, using the default lens. I should have moved the plants!
http://i37.tinypic.com/x0tiu0.jpg
edit, and one in daylight with the wide angle on.
http://i55.tinypic.com/24fe05e.jpg


have you got a link to the lens you bought?
#34
jamesdew
anyone know if this supports power over ethernet?


No, this is a cheap foscam rip off, even the foscams are not great. But they do the job.
#35
You get what you pay for, unfortunately. Especially if there is not much of a discount. Get Panasonic – perfect product/support/no fiddling.
#36
thedealsealer
hav
phead
I've been using one of these for a while, they work quite well. I replaced the lens with a wide angle one from dx to improve it slightly.

If you are using motion detection, fotki is useful to store the images as the support ftp, best way is to setup a folder called "ftp" then upload into that. You can then clear it down fast by just deleting the folder and recreating.
Old picture at night, using the default lens. I should have moved the plants!
http://i37.tinypic.com/x0tiu0.jpg
edit, and one in daylight with the wide angle on.
http://i55.tinypic.com/24fe05e.jpg


have you got a link to the lens you bought?


pleny on ebay. Search for a 2.1mm cctv lens wide
#37
J273
This may be a little off topic but thought id post here as some of you guys seem knowledgable on this.


I currently run a DVR with cameras using standard BNC/power + audio down the same line.

Can anyone recommend me a decent BNC camera .Im currently running some cheapo units from ebay they are decent but not great.

Can anyone recommend me a cam and what to look out for either CCD 1/3 1/4or CMOS sensor .etc .etc

Many thanks


i wouldnt go anywhere near a cmos tbh. thats old technology now. there are many things to consider when looking for a decent CCTV camera. im no expert by any means, but i know what to look for to avoid getting ripped off.

something with a 1/3" or 1/4" sony CCD sensor, depending on lighting conditions, and no less than 540 tvl. tvl = tv lines which is basically your resolution. higher TVL = higher resolution. the more IR lamps it has, the longer range of night vision you will have, too. around 35 IR lamps will give you a good range of night vision.

the bottom line is you get what you pay for. you really have to compare specs though when shopping about as some prey on people who are bamboozled by the specs and end up being ripped off. if you type 'sony ccd 540 tvl' into ebay and filter the results to UK only, you'll see prices start at around £60 for a single [outdoor] cctv camera.

this is a decent little guide to start you off




Edited By: austinc on Nov 01, 2010 03:28: update
#38
phead
I've been using one of these for a while, they work quite well. I replaced the lens with a wide angle one from dx to improve it slightly.If you are using motion detection, fotki is useful to store the images as the support ftp, best way is to setup a folder called "ftp" then upload into that. You can then clear it down fast by just deleting the folder and recreating.Old picture at night, using the default lens. I should have moved the plants!http://i37.tinypic.com/x0tiu0.jpgedit, and one in daylight with the wide angle on.http://i55.tinypic.com/24fe05e.jpg

so as usual with cheap tat...garbage night vision
#39
not bad but this hasn't got much range roughly 32feet
#40
austinc
J273
This may be a little off topic but thought id post here as some of you guys seem knowledgable on this.


I currently run a DVR with cameras using standard BNC/power + audio down the same line.

Can anyone recommend me a decent BNC camera .Im currently running some cheapo units from ebay they are decent but not great.

Can anyone recommend me a cam and what to look out for either CCD 1/3 1/4or CMOS sensor .etc .etc

Many thanks


i wouldnt go anywhere near a cmos tbh. thats old technology now. there are many things to consider when looking for a decent CCTV camera. im no expert by any means, but i know what to look for to avoid getting ripped off.

something with a 1/3" or 1/4" sony CCD sensor, depending on lighting conditions, and no less than 540 tvl. tvl = tv lines which is basically your resolution. higher TVL = higher resolution. the more IR lamps it has, the longer range of night vision you will have, too. around 35 IR lamps will give you a good range of night vision.

the bottom line is you get what you pay for. you really have to compare specs though when shopping about as some prey on people who are bamboozled by the specs and end up being ripped off. if you type 'sony ccd 540 tvl' into ebay and filter the results to UK only, you'll see prices start at around £60 for a single [outdoor] cctv camera.

this is a decent little guide to start you off


Thanks for posting this follow up info and the link. Very helpful.

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