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Outdoor Bullet IP Camera 1080P £33.24 Sold by Xiaoshi and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Outdoor Bullet IP Camera 1080P £33.24 Sold by Xiaoshi and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 17th Nov 2019

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ieGeek CCTV Security Surveillance Outdoor Bullet IP Camera 1080P Waterproof
With Night Vision, Remote Viewing Motion Detection and Push Alerts for
Android/iOS/PC(3M Power Cable).

ieGeek IP camera supports looping record function with the SD card (max.128GB, NOT INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE)

Lots of videos @amazon to show how to install.
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Looks like a great deal. Anyone got this already and can recommend ?
Tried it but couldn't get it to work on WiFi, good camera though also app very good. Returned for refund.
I had to return mine also.
bodley5917/11/2019 08:37

Tried it but couldn't get it to work on WiFi, good camera though also app …Tried it but couldn't get it to work on WiFi, good camera though also app very good. Returned for refund.


Do you have 2.4Ghz or just 5 only? That'd be my initial guess
I am waiting for proper reviews on the Floureon ptv motion detection fully spinning camera loads about from £20 - £45 cheaper ones not Floureon just need to pick one but no reviews I want it above my front door so it will follow people coming into my front garden but these cheap cameras always come with a glitch or something that doesn’t work.
Xiaoshi? Sounds like a cheap Chinese knock-off of Xiaomi
jameswalker45717/11/2019 10:36

Do you have 2.4Ghz or just 5 only? That'd be my initial guess


Nearly all security cameras will only work on 2,4Ghz, it is possible to configure on a dual band router. You need to go into the menu and disable 5 Ghz and then set the camera up, once this is done just turn on the 5Ghz on the router and job done.
Edited by: "rdann" 17th Nov 2019
rdann17/11/2019 11:27

Nearly all security cameras will only work on 2,4Ghz, it is possible to …Nearly all security cameras will only work on 2,4Ghz, it is possible to configure on a dual band router. You need to go into the menu and disable 5 Ghz and then set the camera up, once this is done just turn on the 5Ghz on the router and job done.


This
I’ve got one installed camera is great, the app that runs it is rubbish (CamHi)
Its very intermittent sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.
I’ve also changed my router from BT to plus net, wish I hadn’t but that’s another story.
So I have to take the camera down and sync it to the new router again, which is a pain.
I’m told the best ones are linked to a hard drive, I’d go for that if you could afford it, there was an offer on a YALE system from VERY on here the other day that looked good.
Also purchased a TP-LINK to improve the WiFi hopefully.
I have the black version of this camera. Had it since August and am very happy with it. It uses as 3rd party app CamHi or alternative, plus it will connect via a web browser or monitoring software, NVR or surveillance app on your NAS. i.e. it's a proper IP camera, not one of those that can only be accessed by a dedicated app. Picture quality is decent and it can record continuously to an SD card (not supplied).
Robo17/11/2019 11:32

I’ve got one installed camera is great, the app that runs it is rubbish ( …I’ve got one installed camera is great, the app that runs it is rubbish (CamHi)Its very intermittent sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.I’ve also changed my router from BT to plus net, wish I hadn’t but that’s another story.So I have to take the camera down and sync it to the new router again, which is a pain.I’m told the best ones are linked to a hard drive, I’d go for that if you could afford it, there was an offer on a YALE system from VERY on here the other day that looked good.Also purchased a TP-LINK to improve the WiFi hopefully.


Why did you change the router? BT routers work well with PlusNet. I have the smart hub 2 + whole home set up with PlusNet. They have the same ID configuration and so are interchangeable.
Can these be viewed on TV via Amazon Firestick?
I cant find if these will work with Blue Iris or not. Has anyone any experience?
Robo17/11/2019 11:32

I’ve got one installed camera is great, the app that runs it is rubbish ( …I’ve got one installed camera is great, the app that runs it is rubbish (CamHi)Its very intermittent sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.I’ve also changed my router from BT to plus net, wish I hadn’t but that’s another story.So I have to take the camera down and sync it to the new router again, which is a pain.I’m told the best ones are linked to a hard drive, I’d go for that if you could afford it, there was an offer on a YALE system from VERY on here the other day that looked good.Also purchased a TP-LINK to improve the WiFi hopefully.




One of my cheap IP cameras uses the Camhi app, not had any problem with the app. As it uses the same app, the camera module, if not the whole camera is probably made by the same actual manufacturer.

Hardware on mine is probably different, which would be just as well, because mine is not much cop, as it only achieves a very low actual bitrate and the sensor isn't that great either, but hey it was very cheap and mine also supports Onvif.

You should be able to connect to a new wifi access point in the app, mine will start up a wifi access point you can connect to with your phone after it fails to find the configured wifi ap. I think it uses the configured password with its own SSID.

Or you can power your old router up and connect to its wifi with your phone and get the camera to search for your new router in the app, or set your new router to use your old ssid and password, or use your BT router with Plusnet.

If you use your BT router, you can flash the Plusnet hub One with openwrt, use it with any isp, or use them as repeaters or mesh nodes, vpn servers etc.

I'd suggest getting CCTV cameras with ONVIF support, so you can access them outside their own apps, and looking at proper CCTV brands like Hikvision, Dahua etc, and if you buy a cheap camera look for one that uses a large, good quality, low light sensor like one of the Sony starvis/starlight sensors and a decent video processor, and don't forget with ONVIF support.
Edited by: "melted" 17th Nov 2019
Have no experience with this specific can but am somewhat familiar with the software, camhi app allows you to log in an view the camera whilst outside of your network, using the i-p address via a browser to log in is buggy, and doesn't allow all features unless using an older version of internet explorer with active X enabled. One small tip I do with all my camera is insert a small silica pack ( the little sachet that comes with new shoes), this will prevent the lense from misting up at some point in the future, this cam has room for stuffing a pack in when inserting the SD card
wpj17/11/2019 11:54

Why did you change the router? BT routers work well with PlusNet. I have …Why did you change the router? BT routers work well with PlusNet. I have the smart hub 2 + whole home set up with PlusNet. They have the same ID configuration and so are interchangeable.


Wasn’t aware to be honest, might swap it back as the plusnet router is rubbish
Robo17/11/2019 14:15

Wasn’t aware to be honest, might swap it back as the plusnet router is r …Wasn’t aware to be honest, might swap it back as the plusnet router is rubbish


Just put in your user name and password on the router settings and it will do the rest itself.
Awesome deal. I have 4 of this installed around house and 24X7 working since more than a year. Absolutely satisfied. Only strong contender to this I would suggest is Yi outdoor but it has usb power cable which was a blocker for me, because it needs bigger hole to be drilled through wall compared to round pin for ieGeek.
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