Ezviz C3WN 1080p Outdoor Smart WiFi Camera £49 With Next Working Day Delivery @ Ryman - Amazon Alexa and Google Home Compatible
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Ezviz C3WN 1080p Outdoor Smart WiFi Camera £49 With Next Working Day Delivery @ Ryman - Amazon Alexa and Google Home Compatible

£49.99£69.9929%Ryman Deals
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Expires on 31/10/2019Posted 1st Oct
Decent offer on the 1080p model at £49 with free next working day delivery included.
Works with Google Assistant as well as Amazon Alexa. Has night vision maxing out at around 30m and a built in Mic. Accepets microSD cards upto 256GB


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Secure the outside of your home with the EZVIZ C3WN Smart Security Outdoor WiFi Camera 1080p. Helping to detect, view and deter intruders from your property, with alerts and notifications sent directly to your smartphone via the EZVIZ app bringing attention to the event occurring from wherever you are.

Be Informed

Motion Detection Alerts will trigger a notification to be sent to your smartphone via the EZVIZ app which brings attention to the event occurring from wherever you are.

Reliable Connectivity
Dual antennas on the camera ensure reliable wireless transmission indoors or outdoors, to enhance the connection to and from your Wi-Fi Router, removing potential video lagging whilst maintaining good performance through the various weather conditions when placed outside.

Amazon Alexa and Google Home Compatible
Easily access live footage from the camera using just your voice.

24/7 All Season Protection
Reliable through all weather conditions because of its IP66 enclosure rating. With the integration of Infrared technology, footage can be seen clearly at Night too.

App Features
The EZVIZ app allows you to easily view the live feed from your camera, as well as looking back at previous footage recorded, sharing footage, setting schedules and creating detection areas.

Storage of footage
EZVIZ cameras can hold a MicroSD card (up to 256GB) for local continuous storage upon each detection, or alternatively you can sign up to our Cloud Storage system (subject to subscription costs)
Works with EZVIZ Alarm Systems

. Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and IFTTT
. Secure the exterior of your home for peace of mind
. Push notifications sent to your phone when motion is detected.
. View Live or Playback HD footage at any time via the App
. Let's you view and listen to visitors from your smartphone or PC/Mac
. Easy Setup and Installation via the EZVIZ app
. 1080p outdoor IP66 waterproof WiFi camera
. 94 Degree wide angle of view
. IR for night vision, range up to 30m
. Built-in MIC
. MicroSD card for local storage up to 256GB
. Dimensions: 252 x 110 x 92mm
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94 Degree wide angle of view


Doesnt seem tat wide to me... more like tunnel vision.
Worth mentioning that cloud recording subscription is required if that’s your thing. Can’t find the price for that, though.

Good price.
If you're after a decent camera, I highly recommend the 5MP (2560x1920) SV3C Wifi camera, its only a couple of quid more than this at Amazon.
Got the 720p version works well and very happy with it, just use sd card rather than subscription. Here's sub's cost. 38585751-87uxc.jpg
Yi are good for the price
Noodleminer01/10/2019 16:12

Worth mentioning that cloud recording subscription is required if that’s y …Worth mentioning that cloud recording subscription is required if that’s your thing. Can’t find the price for that, though. Good price.


or record to its microSD card which is free of cost
freakstyler01/10/2019 16:18

If you're after a decent camera, I highly recommend the 5MP (2560x1920) …If you're after a decent camera, I highly recommend the 5MP (2560x1920) SV3C Wifi camera, its only a couple of quid more than this at Amazon.


Can you watch it continuously for a longer period of time? Need to change mine as it stops after 10 minutes.
Is this wired?
mattgrant01/10/2019 18:42

Is this wired?


Pretty sure the WiFi in the subject means the answer is.......No
p-e-t-e01/10/2019 18:56

Pretty sure the WiFi in the subject means the answer is.......No


For power I mean. Ring doorbells are all WiFi but some are battery and some wired for the power source
mattgrant01/10/2019 19:06

For power I mean. Ring doorbells are all WiFi but some are battery and …For power I mean. Ring doorbells are all WiFi but some are battery and some wired for the power source


Due to the location that the camera will probably end up, I would think it needs mains power
p-e-t-e01/10/2019 19:13

Due to the location that the camera will probably end up, I would think it …Due to the location that the camera will probably end up, I would think it needs mains power


So you have changed your mind? First no and now yes.
I cant see anything in the description unless I’m missing something.
Hopefully someone who has the system could confirm.
mattgrant01/10/2019 18:42

Is this wired?


Unfortunately for me, yes, wired for power! I've checked the manual, as I was tempted. You want wireless, try Blink or Reolink. Reolink does not support Alexa/Google, but seems better than Blink.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 1st Oct
The monthly sub is 400% more expensive than Ring FGS. These things are going the way of printers , sell the hardware cheap and charge dreamland prices for the upkeep.
Yes this does require a mains source
meistic01/10/2019 17:34

Can you watch it continuously for a longer period of time? Need to change …Can you watch it continuously for a longer period of time? Need to change mine as it stops after 10 minutes.


I’ve not used the official App so I can’t comment on that but the camera is Onvif compatible so you could use 3rd party apps such as Owler to view the stream uninterrupted.

You can log into the camera through a browser and that gives you access to the 800x600 sub stream, works on desktop browsers and safari on an iPad. Alliteratively use a direct link to view a low FPS MJPEG stream on any web browser, 192.XXX.X.XX/web/mobile.html - Replacing the XX’s with your cameras IP address.
Edited by: "freakstyler" 1st Oct
I'd been considering using a cheapish DSLR in a waterproof housing to do some outdoor long timelapses ie .. {building construction}, but am now wondering about the feasibility of using an outdoor camera such as this (or maybe the 5Mp version mention above), hard-wired up to a recorder to do the same job.
I'm thinking DSLR would undoubtedly give best picture quality, but a dedicated outdoor camera would be an easier prospect to set up over a longer period.
Footage from either would probably look very similar when played back at 30fps
Anyone done similar with either or both methods?
Edited by: "restyler" 1st Oct
restyler01/10/2019 21:18

I'd been considering using a cheapish DSLR in a waterproof housing to do …I'd been considering using a cheapish DSLR in a waterproof housing to do some outdoor long timelapses ie .. {building construction}, but am now wondering about the feasibility of using an outdoor camera such as this (or maybe the 5Mp version mention above), hard-wired up to a recorder to do the same job.I'm thinking DSLR would undoubtedly give best picture quality, but a dedicated outdoor camera would be an easier prospect to set up over a longer period.Footage from either would probably look very similar when played back at 30fpsAnyone done similar with either or both methods?


I’m using the newer version of the camera you mentioned for exactly that. This one:

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It takes 5MP stills, the quality is excellent and the camera has an auto snap function, I have mine taking a still frame every 30 seconds, it saves the pictures to its memory card which can then be downloaded through any web browser, I use a download manager in chrome that picks up the links and bulk downloads the pictures automatically (1700 per day) I use Virtual Dub to create the time lapse video, lots of tutorials online on how to do it but its pretty simple.
Edited by: "freakstyler" 1st Oct
freakstyler01/10/2019 21:38

I’m using the newer version of the camera you mentioned for exactly that. T …I’m using the newer version of the camera you mentioned for exactly that. This one:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07TMKHRQF/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 It takes 5MP stills, the quality is excellent and the camera has an auto snap function, I have mine taking a still frame every 30 seconds, it saves the pictures to its memory card which can then be downloaded through any web browser, I use a download manager in chrome that picks up the links and bulk downloads the pictures automatically (1700 per day) I use Virtual Dub to create the time lapse video, lots of tutorials online on how to do it but its pretty simple.


Freaking out due to your similar username
Can the camera be programmed to take a shot every nn-secs or is this controlled via connected recorder/pc
My project would need to be left unattended on a building site for several weeks with only a power supply & No Internet connection.
This is why I'm thinking that it may have to be connected directly to a recorder from which timelapse is controlled
Any suggestions welcome
restyler01/10/2019 21:47

Freaking out due to your similar username Can the camera be …Freaking out due to your similar username Can the camera be programmed to take a shot every nn-secs or is this controlled via connected recorder/pcMy project would need to be left unattended on a building site for several weeks with only a power supply & No Internet connection.This is why I'm thinking that it may have to be connected directly to a recorder from which timelapse is controlledAny suggestions welcome


I don’t have my camera linked upto my NVR or PC, all the settings for taking still pictures are on the camera itself. The auto snap function is very configurable, you can it to take stills any number of seconds apart at specific times of day. I’ve posted a picture showing the auto snap settings page.

I explored multiple options for making a time-lapse video, I had decided on using a raspberry Pi loaded with motioneye OS which has a timelapse function built it but went down the CCTV camera taking stills route when I found out some of our existing cameras had this function (they run the same software as the SV3C camera)

I have a 32GB card in my camera, 7 days of stills takes around 10GB @ 1700 pictures for me per day. I would imagine the camera would continue to take stills without a network connection though I would disable time and date functions as it might not be able to update.Your only trouble would be downloading the pictures without a network connection, you could use a laptop or setup some sort of soft AP mode/Hotspot on a tablet or phone.If you have power on site and a spare router, you could set up a local wifi network exclusively for the camera – that way you could easily download pictures and set the time and date.If your builders only work weekdays and you set your snapping schedule similar to mine, a 64GB card should be sufficient, even 5 weeks at 7 days per week it should fit them all without having to empty the card – image sizes around 1MB each.

Making Timelapse videos on Virtual Dub is easy and far more reliable that some of the free programs available.When our work is completed I should have around 30,000 stills and virtual dub seems to handle them no problem, making a 2560x1920 AVI video file.

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bellboys01/10/2019 20:06

The monthly sub is 400% more expensive than Ring FGS. These things are …The monthly sub is 400% more expensive than Ring FGS. These things are going the way of printers , sell the hardware cheap and charge dreamland prices for the upkeep.


Yeah I wouldnt buy Ezviz if you plan to use the cloud sub. I hope they lower the prices eventually. The cameras record to microSD or an NVR though so you can save a lot of money keeping it local.
I have BNC cable with the power cable attached currently. Will I be able to power this or something similar with the existing power cable?
@freakstyler (Or anyone else if you can help please ?) You seem quite knowledgeable on this subject . Do you have any recommendations for a 5mp PTZ WiFi camera please ? This would be accessed via Laptop/phone over WiFi (and hopefully via 4g away from base) . I don't have an NVR and would like to avoid such if possible . So recording full smooth motion to a large SD card would be just the ticket . The ones I have seen already are 15fps or thereabouts and or prohibitably expensive . Any suggestions under the £150 mark or am I dreaming ? TIA
fatbiker02/10/2019 10:15

@freakstyler (Or anyone else if you can help please ?) You seem quite …@freakstyler (Or anyone else if you can help please ?) You seem quite knowledgeable on this subject . Do you have any recommendations for a 5mp PTZ WiFi camera please ? This would be accessed via Laptop/phone over WiFi (and hopefully via 4g away from base) . I don't have an NVR and would like to avoid such if possible . So recording full smooth motion to a large SD card would be just the ticket . The ones I have seen already are 15fps or thereabouts and or prohibitably expensive . Any suggestions under the £150 mark or am I dreaming ? TIA


Reolink cameras are supposed to be good, if it’s indoor you want the IT-C1PRO at £66 seems like a reasonable choice though it seems to have a 6mm lens meaning a narrow slightly zoomed in field of view. I personally wouldn’t go higher than 3.6mm.

Foscams are also decent, the R2, R2M, FI9926P (real optical zoom) though they’re only 1080p. I wouldn’t touch any of the cheaper generic offerings – stick with a brand name. Security issues aside, generic cameras are generally poor with low quality spotty sensors and frequent reboots required. I use a number of Foscam's without issue though I’ve never used them for remote viewing while away from home I know it is supported on most Foscam cameras.
Cordless is the key. Blink x2 is quite good in that aspect
freakstyler02/10/2019 12:23

Reolink cameras are supposed to be good, if it’s indoor you want the I …Reolink cameras are supposed to be good, if it’s indoor you want the IT-C1PRO at £66 seems like a reasonable choice though it seems to have a 6mm lens meaning a narrow slightly zoomed in field of view. I personally wouldn’t go higher than 3.6mm. Foscams are also decent, the R2, R2M, FI9926P (real optical zoom) though they’re only 1080p. I wouldn’t touch any of the cheaper generic offerings – stick with a brand name. Security issues aside, generic cameras are generally poor with low quality spotty sensors and frequent reboots required. I use a number of Foscam's without issue though I’ve never used them for remote viewing while away from home I know it is supported on most Foscam cameras.


Thank you @freakstyler I'll have a browse of the kit you mentioned . It's outdoor I'm after as I need to read number plates and get decent images of faces . Unfortunately the area I live in is not the best to say the least . So it will need to be mounted high out of broom handle reach etc hence needing good image quality and FPS .

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