Houzetek 720p IP Security Camera £13.75 Delivered with code @ YoShop
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Houzetek 720p IP Security Camera £13.75 Delivered with code @ YoShop

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Found 17th Oct
Cracking price for this! 720p, 355 degree horizontal and 90 degree Vertical rotation to give you 360 degree coverage. Infrared night vision up to 10 metres also.

Use code 'ysdjm05' at checkout to receive discounted price.

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Main Features:
- 720p High-definition, 355 degree Horizontal and 90 dregree Vertical Rotation Range Create a Complete 360 dregree Coverage. 10 built-in LEDs provide a stunning clear vision through infrared red light even in the darkness, distance range up to 10 meters with no light pollution, perfect for watching kids or pet, will not be disturbed by LED glare.
- Communicate and Interact with Your Baby Perfectly. Responsive and advanced microphone with a built-in anti-noise filter for a clear 2-way Audio experience. Intercom Mode: one party to talk and listen at a time or Hands-free Mode: both parties talk and listen freely for maximum flexibility.
- Receive Real-time Activity Alerts While You're Out. 10-sec motion tracking records and centers the moving object. Automatically detect moving objects and alarm push to your smart phone via E-mail, App and FTP. Suitable for large areas that need a quick scan ( and tracks moving objects ).
- Reliable AP Hotspot Realize Connect to Access Your Camera without Internet. No need DDNS, no need Port Forwarding setup. User-friendly and intuitive “ifcam” App to customize your settings: local record, screenshot, resolution ( 3 level modes ), speaker, alarm switch, upside down, microphone, pan& tilt and more. Supports connectivity to a large number of devices with the same app/account for maximum convenience. Available for iOS / Android.
- 64G Large Capacity SD card Ensure All Your Videos Safe and Protected ( Built-in Micro SD Slot, SD card is not included ). You can recording and playback all the alarming events and control what is happening in your home, We offer FREE REPLACEMENT or FULL REFUND if our products fail to meet your expectation. Come and bring it to your family please!


Brand: Houzetek
Product weight: 0.1750 kg
Package weight: 0.3600 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 7.30 x 7.60 x 10.00 cm / 2.87 x 2.99 x 3.94 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 15.20 x 11.60 x 9.80 cm / 5.98 x 4.57 x 3.86 inches
Package Contents: 1 x IP Camera, 1 x Cable, 1 x Charger, 1 x Support, 2 x Screw, 2 x Screw Anchor, 1 x English User Manual

18 Comments

ordered, thanks. paid the little extra for the shipping insurance ;-)

Not voting either way, just a heads up.
I got one very similar to this for about twice the price from Groupon. Worked ace for a couple of months and then I came home and there was a massive crackling sound coming from it. Since then I've tried resetting it etc but the sound was still there and I wouldn't want to come back to my house on fire, so I'll probably spend a bit more and go with a well known brand in the future.

what's the quality of these cameras like and anyone had experience with YoShop?
Thanks

TWD1 h, 5 m ago

Not voting either way, just a heads up. I got one very similar to this for …Not voting either way, just a heads up. I got one very similar to this for about twice the price from Groupon. Worked ace for a couple of months and then I came home and there was a massive crackling sound coming from it. Since then I've tried resetting it etc but the sound was still there and I wouldn't want to come back to my house on fire, so I'll probably spend a bit more and go with a well known brand in the future.



The USB specification limits voltage to a maximum of 5.25v (not 12v as other cameras usually) so at a half an amp this is about 2.6 W of power. It is very unlikely for this to cause a fire.

Looks a Bonza deal Digger ! 🙈🙉🙊
Edited by: "Gussy_Fink_Nottle" 17th Oct

Thanks, ordered

Just be aware that investigations on these 'Chinese' cameras have found backdoors that upload footage to a remote server and likewise can be accessed by people in the know, so don't put them anywhere you don't want a stranger to be watching/listening...

very tempted by this, i want something to cover a small area outside a window from my office

Bought!!

essexgangsta6 m ago

very tempted by this, i want something to cover a small area outside a …very tempted by this, i want something to cover a small area outside a window from my office



if no good it will sell on facebook anyway.

Am I the only one struggling to find England or U.K. on the list of countries for shipping?

mail-stephens4 h, 9 m ago

Just be aware that investigations on these 'Chinese' cameras have found …Just be aware that investigations on these 'Chinese' cameras have found backdoors that upload footage to a remote server and likewise can be accessed by people in the know, so don't put them anywhere you don't want a stranger to be watching/listening...


That and the fire hazard, although I'm sure little 6 year old pong-wu made an extra special effort with the one you get since it was the 100th he made that hour.

mail-stephens4 h, 30 m ago

Just be aware that investigations on these 'Chinese' cameras have found …Just be aware that investigations on these 'Chinese' cameras have found backdoors that upload footage to a remote server and likewise can be accessed by people in the know, so don't put them anywhere you don't want a stranger to be watching/listening...




Uploading to a server is how these cameras usually work: the camera connects to a server run by the manufacturer, the app does likewise and the server relays the video stream and control communications between the two. Thus the user doesn't need to know how to configure their router to allow inbound connections though its NAT and firewall to the camera, or how to set up a dynamic dns.

The downside of course is you are totally in the hands of the OEM to provide adequate security, and to not snoop, and you are correct, the security on these things is usually a joke.

Better to get one that supports onvif, so it doesn't require an app, block its outbound internet access, or turn off "P2P" if it allows you to , and run a VPN server on your lan (eg on an Openwrt router) to provide secure remote access.
Edited by: "melted" 17th Oct

Graham197927 m ago

That and the fire hazard, although I'm sure little 6 year old pong-wu made …That and the fire hazard, although I'm sure little 6 year old pong-wu made an extra special effort with the one you get since it was the 100th he made that hour.



I wouldn't be surprised if the supplied PSU was a fire and electrocution hazard, but if you dump that and replace it with one from a reputable UK supplier, there's minimal risk of fire from a camera running on a safe 5 watt supply. It may compromise your privacy, and the security of your network though.
Edited by: "melted" 17th Oct

Do you need wi-fi for this to work ? Was thinking of installing one at my garage but it has no internet there

melted2 h, 36 m ago

I wouldn't be surprised if the supplied PSU was a fire and electrocution …I wouldn't be surprised if the supplied PSU was a fire and electrocution hazard, but if you dump that and replace it with one from a reputable UK supplier, there's minimal risk of fire from a camera running on a safe 5 watt supply. It may compromise your privacy, and the security of your network though.


What network security?

WiFi security gone been done be blown clean open y'all!

Anyone tested one?

Anyone tried to connect to ispy?
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