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Vibero WiFi Camera (1080P) (Pet Camera, Baby Monitor with Night Vision and Motion Detection) £20.99 Sold by Delvfire & Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Vibero WiFi Camera (1080P) (Pet Camera, Baby Monitor with Night Vision and Motion Detection) £20.99 Sold by Delvfire & Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 13th Aug 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Now discount is only £6 and only available on the Black and White model which will be back in stock on the 17th.


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Seems good for the price with some decent reviews.

£29.99 but on the product page there's a promo of £9 off until the 31st August (Make sure it's ticked. It's automatically applied at checkout).

I've taken a punt at that price.

14/08/19 - Just black and Just White is still in stock. Black and White is in stock on the 17th.

Update(s): There's no monthly costs or subscription charges. The camera connects to WiFi and you use their app to view the stream on Android/Apple devices. Optionally you can pop a MicroSD card into the device to record footage (not included) or use their cloud storage (Which has a free trial and then a subscription fee but this is entirely optional).

Thanks leewills8 for pointing out the colours, White, Black and White or Black can be chosen (In my excitement I didn't see it).

The listing says "Up to 128gb MicroSD Card, Min. speed 10MB/Sec". In theory any MicroSD should be fine but personally I would wait to receive the camera and double check in the instructions as it's a relatively unknown brand.


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1 x Vibero Mini Cam
1 x UK Power Adapter
1 x 1 Metre USB Power Cable
1 x User Manual
1 x Mounting Disc
2 x Screws and Wall Plugs
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Can't see if have to subscribe or anything about costs?
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col1113/08/2019 16:37

Can't see if have to subscribe or anything about costs?


I will update now. No costs. You download the app to Android or apple device and can view the live stream that way. It can also be recorded onto an SD card put into the camera.

The only cost would be if you use the cloud storage for storing recordings (There's a trial and then it costs a subscription fee)
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I will update now. No costs. You download the app to Android or apple …I will update now. No costs. You download the app to Android or apple device and can view the live stream that way. It can also be recorded onto an SD card put into the camera.The only cost would be if you use the cloud storage for storing recordings (There's a trial and then it costs a subscription fee)


Thanks it looks good have some heat!
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deleted150649013/08/2019 16:40

I will update now. No costs. You download the app to Android or apple …I will update now. No costs. You download the app to Android or apple device and can view the live stream that way. It can also be recorded onto an SD card put into the camera.The only cost would be if you use the cloud storage for storing recordings (There's a trial and then it costs a subscription fee)


What about android app notifications (if activity is sensed) can you get that free?
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col1113/08/2019 16:53

What about android app notifications (if activity is sensed) can you get …What about android app notifications (if activity is sensed) can you get that free?


Yep, that's all free with it
Ordered. For £21 its worth a punt. Just a shame its not waterproof as I'm looking for one on the cheap to set up next to birdfeeders.
Is this okay for inside the house?
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I’m using one right now , bad point —- there’s no way to turn off IR if you want to put it in a window. I took mine apart and used filler compound to block out the IR LED’s.
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leeoook13/08/2019 17:08

Is this okay for inside the house?


Yep should be fine. That's my plan for it (Keeping an eye on the dog in the front room when I pop out for a bit)
Are there any of these whereby the stream is not sent via a (foreign) server?

I'm looking for something that I can directly access via our router....

(voted hot though)
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Night time image quality zoomed in from an exiting burglar who used our path to do the dirty.
Are these difficult to set up? disabled person

whats the IR?
Thx
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leeoook13/08/2019 17:19

Are these difficult to set up? disabled personwhats the IR? Thx


IR I believe is infrared sensor (so the light makes a reflection in the window on the stream).

It should be easy to set up, in theory just load app, pop in WiFi passcode and good to go (I say in theory as everyone knows technology has a mind of it's own sometimes)
Thanks much apprecition
Suppose the costi okay cant nock it
Also available in black
Bargain at full price
Thanks for posting.

Any suggestions for a micro SD for this?
rufnek2kx13/08/2019 16:57

Ordered. For £21 its worth a punt. Just a shame its not waterproof as I'm …Ordered. For £21 its worth a punt. Just a shame its not waterproof as I'm looking for one on the cheap to set up next to birdfeeders.



If you are a Banggood customer, check for their marketing emails, as they have got this outdoor (ip66) one on special offer for £26 . Normal website price £42. Probably not a lot of cop though.

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crazyp13/08/2019 17:12

Are there any of these whereby the stream is not sent via a (foreign) …Are there any of these whereby the stream is not sent via a (foreign) server?I'm looking for something that I can directly access via our router....(voted hot though)


Yes live stream anywhere , just hardwire or WiFi it ( mines hardwired ) and I can access the camera from Spain while it sits in the UK.
Wammer13/08/2019 18:03

Thanks for posting.Any suggestions for a micro SD for this?


32gb class 10 max it can read.
crazyp13/08/2019 17:12

Are there any of these whereby the stream is not sent via a (foreign) …Are there any of these whereby the stream is not sent via a (foreign) server?I'm looking for something that I can directly access via our router....(voted hot though)


Look for cameras with ONVIF support, they'll likely support P2P/cloud access too, and many may not allow you to disable that, but you should be able to block all outbound access for the camera using your router's firewall rules, stopping it connecting to its p2p server, although you'd probably want to run a local timeserver or allow it access to a specific internet one.


Some of these p2p camera apps will also connect directly to the camera if they detect it on the local lan, so may still work, or partially work even if the camera's internet access is fully blocked.
bravo2zero113/08/2019 18:09

32gb class 10 max it can read.


Thanks for the reply. I've just read the Amazon description, all the Q&As and the reviews, but didn't see it mentioned.

Does it need to be an Endurance card due to the constant rewriting?
Wammer13/08/2019 18:28

Thanks for the reply. I've just read the Amazon description, all the Q&As …Thanks for the reply. I've just read the Amazon description, all the Q&As and the reviews, but didn't see it mentioned. Does it need to be an Endurance card due to the constant rewriting?


I just bought a £10’ish branded one from amazon. It was red and gold painted in half , I forget the brand.
Ordered in the black colour ;-)
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Wammer13/08/2019 18:28

Thanks for the reply. I've just read the Amazon description, all the Q&As …Thanks for the reply. I've just read the Amazon description, all the Q&As and the reviews, but didn't see it mentioned. Does it need to be an Endurance card due to the constant rewriting?



On the listing it says up to 128GB. Personally I would wait for it to arrive to see if there's some extra info in the instructions or etched near the slot as it's possible the info was typed from the back of the box.
deleted150649013/08/2019 19:15

On the listing it says up to 128GB. Personally I would wait for it to …On the listing it says up to 128GB. Personally I would wait for it to arrive to see if there's some extra info in the instructions or etched near the slot as it's possible the info was typed from the back of the box.


Thanks. I must have missed that
bravo2zero113/08/2019 17:10

[Image] I’m using one right now , bad point —- there’s no way to turn off I …[Image] I’m using one right now , bad point —- there’s no way to turn off IR if you want to put it in a window. I took mine apart and used filler compound to block out the IR LED’s.



Bravo for still having Hedges.
Thanks
For £20 i thought id try one out to keep an eye on the dog, thanks OP
Wammer13/08/2019 18:28

Thanks for the reply. I've just read the Amazon description, all the Q&As …Thanks for the reply. I've just read the Amazon description, all the Q&As and the reviews, but didn't see it mentioned. Does it need to be an Endurance card due to the constant rewriting?



Check how many hours or days recording you get on a card, which will depend on the size of the card and the recording bitrate, which may or may not be configurable.

I use ordinary micro sd cards in my cameras (none are one of these), and have them set to record 24/7. I figure it will be cheaper to just replace the cards when they fail, rather than pay premium prices for "endurance" cards as card prices are generally falling and I'd rather spend the money on a larger card and doubling the size would double the average life expectancy anyway.


One good brand micro sd card has so far been going for 20 months and gets rewritten every 44 hours or so, the other had an old 8gb card in it, which was only big enough to record about 12 hours, so was being fully rewritten twice a day and failed after about a year and a half, getting on for something like 1,000 full rewrites when it failed.
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How does this work when you are out and about and want to keep an eye on the dog at home?
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lynsaydyson13/08/2019 22:30

How does this work when you are out and about and want to keep an eye on …How does this work when you are out and about and want to keep an eye on the dog at home?



You download the apple or android app. It will connect the Camera to your WiFi connection at home. Then when out and about your can use the app (via 3g/4g/5g or any WiFi) to view real time footage via the Camera
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You download the apple or android app. It will connect the Camera to your …You download the apple or android app. It will connect the Camera to your WiFi connection at home. Then when out and about your can use the app (via 3g/4g/5g or any WiFi) to view real time footage via the Camera


Thank you. Gonna give it a go
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lynsaydyson13/08/2019 22:42

Thank you. Gonna give it a go


You are welcome. Lot's of us have purchased it now and this offer won't be expired here until the 31st so via this thread there will be plenty of help (Although it should be simple to set up and work without a problem)
Can you hear the camera move as it turns from side to side? Want to use it as a baby cam and dont want to wake the baby or draw attention to the camera as it moves. Seen a few, but pretty much all of them can hear the motor moving inside
melted13/08/2019 20:25

Check how many hours or days recording you get on a card, which will …Check how many hours or days recording you get on a card, which will depend on the size of the card and the recording bitrate, which may or may not be configurable.I use ordinary micro sd cards in my cameras (none are one of these), and have them set to record 24/7. I figure it will be cheaper to just replace the cards when they fail, rather than pay premium prices for "endurance" cards as card prices are generally falling and I'd rather spend the money on a larger card and doubling the size would double the average life expectancy anyway.One good brand micro sd card has so far been going for 20 months and gets rewritten every 44 hours or so, the other had an old 8gb card in it, which was only big enough to record about 12 hours, so was being fully rewritten twice a day and failed after about a year and a half, getting on for something like 1,000 full rewrites when it failed.


Many thanks, that makes sense.

How often do you check that the card is still recording and hasn't failed?

I have a 64GB Samsung Evo card so was thinking of using that. I have a 32GB SanDisk High Endurance in the dashcam so may need to rethink that.
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Wammer14/08/2019 01:27

Many thanks, that makes sense.How often do you check that the card is …Many thanks, that makes sense.How often do you check that the card is still recording and hasn't failed?I have a 64GB SanDisk Evo card so was thinking of using that. I have a 32GB High Endurance in the dashcam so may need to rethink that.


I believe you mean Samsung Evo?.

As SanDisk don't do card's with an Evo suffix attached to them, etc? (as far as I'm aware, anyway?). :-)


Ps.
Endurance card's would always be better for such thing's as the OP's above + for dash cam's too, etc?, but ...

Others have mentioned simply winging it in that regards, lol, so I can't say fairer than that basically.

(As long as you're aware of the potential pitfalls of either 'options', then yeh, why not?).

Simply put, each to their own, and all that?. :-)
melted13/08/2019 20:25

Check how many hours or days recording you get on a card, which will …Check how many hours or days recording you get on a card, which will depend on the size of the card and the recording bitrate, which may or may not be configurable.I use ordinary micro sd cards in my cameras (none are one of these), and have them set to record 24/7. I figure it will be cheaper to just replace the cards when they fail, rather than pay premium prices for "endurance" cards as card prices are generally falling and I'd rather spend the money on a larger card and doubling the size would double the average life expectancy anyway.One good brand micro sd card has so far been going for 20 months and gets rewritten every 44 hours or so, the other had an old 8gb card in it, which was only big enough to record about 12 hours, so was being fully rewritten twice a day and failed after about a year and a half, getting on for something like 1,000 full rewrites when it failed.


"One good brand micro sd card has so far been going for 20 months and gets rewritten every 44 hours or so".

Out of interest, what 'brand' would that happen to be then?, or ... thanx.
melted13/08/2019 18:07

If you are a Banggood customer, check for their marketing emails, as they …If you are a Banggood customer, check for their marketing emails, as they have got this outdoor (ip66) one on special offer for £26 . Normal website price £42. Probably not a lot of cop though. [Image]


Do you happen to have a link to that one, on BangGoo's website by any chance?, thanx.
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