Clever dog ip camera twin pack £40 @ 7dayshop
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Clever dog ip camera twin pack £40 @ 7dayshop

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Posted 9th Jun
Seems a great deal. Will set one up to monitor my cat and other for living room to capture motion. Just ordered as free delivery too.
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  • Supplied brand new complete with adjustable pivot mount and screw pack. LATEST 960P VERSION and 120 Degree Wide Angle Lens! Remotely watch your children or pets at home anytime, anywhere with real-time video. Keep your house/business safe.
  • Ideal for monitoring both large and smaller areas, Infrared night vision enables you to watch your home clearly even in the dark, (for indoor use only) view remotely on smartphones or other mobile devices with audio and super clear footage
  • Supports memory cards up to128GB MicroSD cards and also cloud storage* - The cloud service gives you access to motion and audio triggered photos from the past 15 days. And the service never expires. You have the proof on hand!
  • Motion detection and intelligent alarm provide more efficient alarm accuracy than normal cameras. Captures abnormal pics and sends them to user's cellphone for better safety.
  • 2 way Audio, built-in high sensitive speaker makes your voice pure and real. - You can talk to people!, Supplied brand new in retail box with a 1.5M USB power cable, adjustable camera mount, mounting screws and manual etc.

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10 Comments
Can only be used for dogs
shapas09/06/2019 14:46

2for38 for ages now from …2for38 for ages now from mymemoryhttps://www.mymemory.co.uk/clever-dog-wireless-smart-wifi-home-security-camera-720p-90-angle-grey.html


Those are not the same ones. Only 720p and 90' view.
simonvf40009/06/2019 14:55

Can only be used for dogs


That's the mother in law and the wife sorted then!
Are these any good?
So how much does the cloud service cost?
Had a quick Google but can't find the answer. Anybody know if these are ONVIF compatible? Anybody tried with Synology Surveillance Station?
Lots of cheap smartcams around, may be simple to setup and use however the apps for these (not tried this one) is the make or break, for me YI cams have a superior app for a budget cam, Neos cheap cams are small but the app if rubbish even if there is 'free' online storage (rolling 14 days, 7 seconds, AWS) and a plus for Neos is the Alexa but if I can view it on my FireTV then errr im in the house so great but gimmic.

If you really want some security then look at what you are buying, the cam is one thing but unless the software/app is there to back it up then pointless. Research before wasting your cash.
Edited by: "thr0tt" 9th Jun
JimmyFiveO09/06/2019 19:25

Had a quick Google but can't find the answer. Anybody know if these are …Had a quick Google but can't find the answer. Anybody know if these are ONVIF compatible? Anybody tried with Synology Surveillance Station?


Nope, thought it was too good a deal, no ONVIF support, locked into their app. Still a good price but not for me. Most of these cheap cams are locked into vendor apps and services I think. For keeping an eye on pets I am sure these are great. The YI cameras can have custom firmware installed with SSH, FTP, webserver etc but still with no ONVIF (yet) - but they can stream RTSP. The YI cameras are not much more and probably a better bet for tinkerers like me. Take a look at github.com/The…-v4

The above is not for the technophobe but might make a fun project for an evening.
JimmyFiveO09/06/2019 20:36

Nope, thought it was too good a deal, no ONVIF support, locked into their …Nope, thought it was too good a deal, no ONVIF support, locked into their app. Still a good price but not for me. Most of these cheap cams are locked into vendor apps and services I think. For keeping an eye on pets I am sure these are great. The YI cameras can have custom firmware installed with SSH, FTP, webserver etc but still with no ONVIF (yet) - but they can stream RTSP. The YI cameras are not much more and probably a better bet for tinkerers like me. Take a look at https://github.com/TheCrypt0/yi-hack-v4The above is not for the technophobe but might make a fun project for an evening.



I concur, I have had 4 of the clever dog cameras but I found that if the network went down, if they were unplugged for any reason or if the router was restarted I would have to manually reconnect the clever dog cameras and they were a bit temperamental at times, For £28 the Yi 1080p Dome cameras on amazon are better as they reconnect every time they are unplugged or router rebotted etc. Still only for the hobbyist do not expect full security quality pictures, but ideal as pet cams.
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