Tenvis Wireless WIFI CCTV Security Internet IP Camera Webcam Night Vision 2Audio £26.89 @ eBay / it-e-superstore - HotUKDeals
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Pan and Tilt CCTV camera with Night vision Get 18% off the normal price. These are well good qaulity and with 18% its a bargain.

Features:

* High-sensitivity 1/4" CMOS sensor (300,000 pixels)

* Optimized MJPEG video compression for transmission

* Auto IR-LED illumination for night vision (up to 10 meters)

* High image & video quality,two way audio monitoring

* Wi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g

* Supports remote Pan/Tilt control (pan: 270 Degree & Tilt: 90 Degree )

* Support smart mobile surveillance & P/T Control via iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile, Java, etc

* Supports IE/Firefox/Google browser or any other standard browsers

* Supports remote viewing & record from anywhere anytime

* Support motion detection alert via email or upload image to a specified FTP server

* Support image full screen and image snapshot

* Microphone and Speaker built-in

* Multi-level users management and passwords definition

* Multi-Protocol support and Transportation (such as TCP/IP, SMTP, HTTP and etc)

* Support both WEP & WPA WPA2 Encryption

* Support operating language: English, Deutsch, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Chinese

* Easy to setup, friendly Graphical User Interface, DIY installation
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#1
I have two of these. They are excellent cameras, albeit I paid considerably more for them.
#2
It's a copy of the Foscam which is an excellent camera FoscamFI8918W Wireless IP Camera
Both the Tenvis and this Foscam unit are wireless 802.11 b/g standard, not the current 802.11n

Edited By: willysnapper on Jul 02, 2014 21:44
1 Like #3
I've had one of these for a couple of years. A bit tricky to set up if you don't know your way around your router though but not impossible.
All our work buddies think our 'DogCam' is brilliant. It even enabled us catch one of them slipping his lampshade off when he had his leg in bandages - a quick drive home and visit to the vet to have it redressed rather than what could have been much worse - the vet was so impressed that he wanted all of the details so he could install them in their animal recovery cages!
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Pretty average reviews 11p more on amazon so with flubit no doubt less than what it is on ebay. The resolution is rather low too
#5
BarmyBulldog
Pretty average reviews 11p more on amazon so with flubit no doubt less than what it is on ebay. The resolution is rather low too
£39.99 direct from amazon I think
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snoopy18
BarmyBulldog
Pretty average reviews 11p more on amazon so with flubit no doubt less than what it is on ebay. The resolution is rather low too
£39.99 direct from amazon I think

It's this one:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B006GLAUWU?pc_redir=1404136885&robot_redir=1

So a little bit more on amazon but cheaper with flubit. For £40 you can get model up from this for a foscam on ebay. It will be worth the extra in cost trust me
#7
BarmyBulldog
The resolution is rather low too
I reckon with these sorts of cameras the limiting factor is the quality of the lens, not the resolution of the camera.
Also, since these are fixed-focus, it's unlikely that the camera will remain in focus between the blue end of the spectrum and it's built-in IR. So the whole thing, with all these IP cams is a collection of compromises. I doubt that this one is any better or worse than any other.
#8
BarmyBulldog
snoopy18
BarmyBulldog
Pretty average reviews 11p more on amazon so with flubit no doubt less than what it is on ebay. The resolution is rather low too
£39.99 direct from amazon I think

It's this one:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B006GLAUWU?pc_redir=1404136885&robot_redir=1

So a little bit more on amazon but cheaper with flubit. For £40 you can get model up from this for a foscam on ebay. It will be worth the extra in cost trust me
Which was is the foscam , can it be used with a virgin superhub , to do with the variable ISP I think , thanks
1 Like #9
The 802.11 standards govern the wireless frequencies that routers use.
until about 4 years ago the then "current" standard was "g" which had superceded "b", though they were compatible with each other.
The latest stansard is 802.11n, allows for faster communication though if you attach equipment that is to the old "g" standard, it will work but everything will be slowed to the old "g" standard communication speeds. ;)
#10
willysnapper
The 802.11 standards govern the wireless frequencies that routers use.
until about 4 years ago the then "current" standard was "g" which had superceded "b", though they were compatible with each other.
The latest stansard is 802.11n, allows for faster communication though if you attach equipment that is to the old "g" standard, it will work but everything will be slowed to the old "g" standard communication speeds. ;)

no not everything, my dual band router disagrees.
1 Like #11
willysnapper
The 802.11 standards govern the wireless frequencies that routers use.
until about 4 years ago the then "current" standard was "g" which had superceded "b", though they were compatible with each other.
The latest stansard is 802.11n, allows for faster communication though if you attach equipment that is to the old "g" standard, it will work but everything will be slowed to the old "g" standard communication speeds. ;)

If you have a half decent dual band router you shouldn't be slowed down on everything as mentioned by the other comment
#12
powerbrick

no not everything, my dual band router disagrees.
bubblesmoney
If you have a half decent dual band router you shouldn't be slowed down on everything as mentioned by the other comment
I've not bought a router for 15 years, just about to "trade up" to a free issue HG533 supplied by TalkTalk about 8 months ago, it's got Samba DLNA Firmware on it so that'lI be handy to use a spare HDD as a NAS unit but that's about as sophisticated as it gets!
I doubt it'll cope with "g" and "n" simultaneously but it will be OK for free I suppose.
I'll give it a try and if not, buy my own with all the bells and whistles! :)
1 Like #13
Just a update i use one of these with a virgin super-hub no worries it also works with my old dlink virgin router. For the price its a bargain there very clear, you would put one of these in a optimized position for clarity and viewing angle.
#14
Are the night vision video any good for home security purposes.
1 Like #15
bubblesmoney
Are the night vision video any good for home security purposes.

The night vision is good, but short range (OK for an average living room). Night vision doesn't work very well through glass though, as the infra red is reflected as glare, I found this as I have it pointed through a window to monitor the side access to the house. Perfectly good in the day.

The resolution is more than adequate for the purposes of this camera. It's not meant for making broadcast quality videos.
The compatibility with routers has been 100% for me and it requires very little bandwidth.
There are phone apps for it, and it can do two way sound, so you can shout back through the camera and wake your dog up!
You can control the pan and tilt through the phone app too. I use CamViewer.
#16
any idea what would be a good cctv to see past glass i can not put it outside as it need to be low down and is righ next to the front and side road so easy to get to

i just want it to see who is at the front gate thanks for any help :)


ty op for the post
#18

Not really a risk for me. If anyone could be bothered to get into camera they would get very bored very quickly. I don't hide my SSID anyway (like 90% of WiFi and the default for routers) so anyone in range can see it. I setup a guest WiFi SSID and configure it so it will only talk to the camera. Not every router can do this, but this is just one of a number of possible ways to address this.
#19
TBF most of these camera's have the same issue's just in a different guise, If you share your camera over the net do you think someone a few thousand miles away is make use of your WiFi password? Even some of the top boxes from the likes of axis have the same issue's.
#20
Fair enough. Personally I would choose a camera which doesn't advertise my wireless password to the world, regardless of the small probability that someone can make use of it.

Note that article is less than a week old and Tenvis say they have no plans to fix it. That is the biggest issue.

The IP cam quest continues for me. Thanks anyway OP, I was about to buy it before coming across that.

Edited By: mikeboy on Jul 04, 2014 19:40: typo
banned#21
Hey guy's i even get similer item chiper in ebay
in £25.99 only .. find ip camera in ebay serching .. you will get the best result with colour selection also :)
banned#22
not able to update the link :(

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