KKmoon HD 720p WiFi Wireless Camera w/ Smartphone Support £27.99 Sold by Feeego and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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KKmoon HD 720p WiFi Wireless Camera w/ Smartphone Support £27.99 Sold by Feeego and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 20th Jan 2016
This is an excellent camera with quite a few specifications for a really good price going.

It can connect Wirelessly to a network in your home, enabling you to check the camera with your smartphone which is pretty useful to have.

A whole lot more features that range from Night Vision to a decent 720p HD camera.

I don't think being branded by an unofficial company shouldn't be frowned upon since this product does have a few 5 star reviews, its honestly about your experience with the product.

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looks a decent bit of kit Op but some of the reviews aren't great.

Edited by: "trizinger28" 20th Jan 2016
"This is an excellent camera with quite a few specifications for a really good price going"

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I've got one of them although I paid a couple of quid less, there's a bug in the firmware which if you access it via rtsp, eg with RTSP or onvif software like VLC, causes it to randomly drop and it to pan or tilt in a random direction. So forget trying to record or monitor it with Ispy, although it will record to micro SD

It seems to work ok if monitored using the P2P app.






Edited by: "melted" 20th Jan 2016

melted

I've got one of them although I paid a couple of quid less, there's a bug … I've got one of them although I paid a couple of quid less, there's a bug in the firmware which if you access it via rtsp, eg with RTSP or onvif software like VLC, causes it to randomly drop and it to pan or tilt in a random direction. So forget trying to record or monitor it with Ispy, although it will record to micro SDIt seems to work ok if monitored using the P2P app.



Is it any good or is it a waste of money ?
Lot of cold votes , but if you have one maybe you can advice if its worth buying. I'm not sure what software you use on this I expect its an app , but does it not come with links to update firmware. Is it secure, or can any one locate the device and access the camera?
IamStillgame

Is it any good or is it a waste of money ? Lot of cold votes , but if … Is it any good or is it a waste of money ? Lot of cold votes , but if you have one maybe you can advice if its worth buying. I'm not sure what software you use on this I expect its an app , but does it not come with links to update firmware. Is it secure, or can any one locate the device and access the camera?



I wouldn't buy one unless there's a firmware fix released for the pan/tilt streaming issue, unless it was offered at a bargain price. There are other cameras with the same/similar specs for around the same price. And some cheaper, if you are prepared to buy on ebay.com from China and it doesn't get stopped by customs.

The android app I'm using is p2pcam_hd from google play, I've added links to it, and the official download site to the blog post I linked to.

There's a few very short video clips from the camera on there too. I neglected to include one in day vision in poor light or a badly lit room, it is ok in daylight and night vision, but bad in poor light, although around what I'd expect given the small size of the cmos sensor most of this type of cameras typically use.

Picture quality is substantially better than the £15 640x480 pixel wanscam I posted on here a few years ago.

As for security, it uses basic authentication, no https, and you wouldn't want to open a port to make the camera's rtsp stream accessible from the net anyway as it is viewable without a valid password. P2P access requires username, password and a camera ID, I'm not sure how secure it is, but would be reluctant to allow direct remote access while anyone was at home.



Edited by: "melted" 21st Jan 2016
melted

I wouldn't buy one unless there's a firmware fix released for the … I wouldn't buy one unless there's a firmware fix released for the pan/tilt streaming issue, unless it was offered at a bargain price. There are other cameras with the same/similar specs for around the same price. And some cheaper, if you are prepared to buy on ebay.com from China and it doesn't get stopped by customs.The android app I'm using is p2pcam_hd from google play, I've added links to it, and the official download site to the blog post I linked to. There's a few very short video clips from the camera on there too. I neglected to include one in day vision in poor light or a badly lit room, it is ok in daylight and night vision, but bad in poor light, although around what I'd expect given the small size of the cmos sensor most of this type of cameras typically use. Picture quality is substantially better than the £15 640x480 pixel wanscam I posted on here a few years ago.As for security, it uses basic authentication, no https, and you wouldn't want to open a port to make the camera's rtsp stream accessible from the net anyway as it is viewable without a valid password. P2P access requires username, password and a camera ID, I'm not sure how secure it is, but would be reluctant to allow direct remote access while anyone was at home.


I do like the idea behind these cameras and remote access would be a great feature, but I'm always concerned about security on these things. I remember reading an article about these sort of things either not being password protected , or being left on the default password and links being posted on the net for all to see. I assumed by now that cameras had an option to change the set-up password and make your own secure password, but I take on-board your point about leaving it open.

Thanks for the info .
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