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MOTOROLA Focus 72 Outdoor WiFi Home Security Camera £74.99 at Currys PC World
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MOTOROLA Focus 72 Outdoor WiFi Home Security Camera £74.99 at Currys PC World

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Posted 27th Jan

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Top features:

- Outdoor security camera helps keep your home and family safe

- WiFi connectivity sends footage direct to your smartphone

- Motion detection and night vision for 24 hour security

Outdoor security camera


Keep your home secure with the Motorola Focus 72 Outdoor WiFi Home Security Camera. Easily mountable, it can withstand rain, wind, and snow, so whatever the conditions you'll always get quality recordings.

It's got a field of view of 110°, so gives ample scope to capture the outside of your home. Always have your children in sight if they're playing in the garden, or just get a clear look at whoever's at your door.

WiFi connectivity


Connect the Motorola Focus 72 Monitor directly to your smartphone, tablet, or computer via WiFi and turn your device into a home monitoring system. You'll receive alerts whenever motion, sound or temperature changes are detected, as well as a recording of any captured footage.

Motion detection


Don't worry about using a lot of electricity, motion detection technology conserves power by periodically going into standby mode, and coming back into action whenever any movement is detected.

Day or night, you can keep your home safe thanks to the Focus 72's night vision technology. Record up to 20 metres away in low light levels, still in high quality video.
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IMHO the whole concept of externally wired (mains) but wifi (networking) cameras is a bit odd. PPoE makes more sense, although admittedly you'd need to buy an PPoE switch.
Stealth_Fox27/01/2020 15:12

IMHO the whole concept of externally wired (mains) but wifi (networking) …IMHO the whole concept of externally wired (mains) but wifi (networking) cameras is a bit odd. PPoE makes more sense, although admittedly you'd need to buy an PPoE switch.


and run cables all over the place......
PhilipGregson27/01/2020 22:46

and run cables all over the place......


If you're going to run a power cable, why not just an Ethernet cable? That was the point I was trying to make really
Stealth_Fox28/01/2020 06:37

If you're going to run a power cable, why not just an Ethernet cable? That …If you're going to run a power cable, why not just an Ethernet cable? That was the point I was trying to make really


I know what you mean Stealth_Fox, but in most cases, power will be available close to most camera locations, rather than having to run new cables to a central point. I recently put a poe system in for some friends, running cables in a lift was a pain. I agree it sounds much simpler, but in practice I found it a pain. Some don't like wireless cams, citing drop out etc. I've had a floureon system in for about 4 years, deal on here. No issues whatsoever, but, it's each to their own.
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