'FREDI' 960P Fisheye IP Camera Infrared 360° Panoramic Wireless Mini Portable Indoor Cam with IR Night Vision /2-way Talking/ Motion Detection Loop recording - Sold by FREDIDirect UK and Fulfilled by Amazon for £29.59
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'FREDI' 960P Fisheye IP Camera Infrared 360° Panoramic Wireless Mini Portable Indoor Cam with IR Night Vision /2-way Talking/ Motion Detection Loop recording - Sold by FREDIDirect UK and Fulfilled by Amazon for £29.59

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Found 28th Nov
On prime early access for the next 20 mins or so, but could be a good little IP cam. Not a huge discount, but looking at camelcamelcamel and others, it's the cheapest this has been.


£29.59 instead of £36.99 (20% saving)


Ends around 9.30pm


  • Vivid HD 960P Video Quality: With resolution 1280X960P output, you can view crystal clear videos and images
  • Keep in touch with 2 way talking: No distance for communication, never miss any important minutes.
  • Stunning Night Vision: Night vision up to 30ft, see clearly even in complete darkness.
  • Support SD card up to 128G: You can save more videos and images with large storage. (SD card not included).
  • 360°wide view angle: All aspect of view, will not miss any blind spots.

3 Comments

I have an OTG camera with the same resolution x2 (as it's full 360), interesting idea but quality is poor. Depends what you want it for I guess, I've got 2 very similar devices to this on order regardless as backup cameras for my OHs shop as it means I can see where people are when they move out of main camera view - I'd just rely on the main cameras for catching detail.

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tek-monkey5 m ago

I have an OTG camera with the same resolution x2 (as it's full 360), …I have an OTG camera with the same resolution x2 (as it's full 360), interesting idea but quality is poor. Depends what you want it for I guess, I've got 2 very similar devices to this on order regardless as backup cameras for my OHs shop as it means I can see where people are when they move out of main camera view - I'd just rely on the main cameras for catching detail.


It's similar for the LG camera I've got. It's "720" degrees and 2K, but you're spreading those pixels over such a large area that it's technically a focal resolution of around 480p or less.

That being said, I have TVL cameras for at home, and sometimes you just don't want any blind spots. I imagine it'd be useful for someone who leaves their dog at home during the day, so maybe you'd just want to be able to see where in the room they were, rather than read their collar tag - so to speak.

These sorts of things are cheap enough to be affordable for an everyday person, and through Amazon/UK orders, you've at least got a good solid point of recourse if they break/fail. Reviews seem good too.

This is currently available for £16.40:

vipon.com/pro…x_0
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