Wansview 1080P IP Camera WiFi Wireless IP Security Camera , Full HD Plug/Play Home Surveillance camera, Pan/Tilt with Two-Way Audio and Night Vision £59.99 @ Amazon
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Wansview 1080P IP Camera WiFi Wireless IP Security Camera , Full HD Plug/Play Home Surveillance camera, Pan/Tilt with Two-Way Audio and Night Vision £59.99 @ Amazon

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Found 10th May 2016
Been watching this for a while, cheapest it's been by far.

Easy Setup: Wansview app allows you to connect via iOS / Android smart-phone in 3 steps by simply scanning the QR Code on the underside of the camera;
1080P Full HD: Clarity up to 1920 x 1080, and SD card slot (max 64GB supported) for video recording and playback
Pan / Tilt: Horizontal 340 degree and vertical 90 degree, 4x digital zoom, and IR LED night vision up to 8 meter
Two-Way Audio: With built-in mic and speaker, remotely talk and listen
Excellent Compatibility: Support iOS / Android mobile devices APP, Windows PC and Apple Mac Software and web browsers (IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome supported)
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Any idea if this can be setup to send video recording to cloud storage?
Just a word of warning having spent fifteen mins reading...

...***I was kindly sent this IP camera in exchange for a fair and honest review, which I have supplied here***

x 80 gazillion.
willhay555

Just a word of warning having spent fifteen mins reading......***I was … Just a word of warning having spent fifteen mins reading......***I was kindly sent this IP camera in exchange for a fair and honest review, which I have supplied here***x 80 gazillion.



Whats the issue?

Reviewers get sent products by Amazon for a fair and honest review.

pgilc1

Whats the issue?Reviewers get sent products by Amazon for a fair and … Whats the issue?Reviewers get sent products by Amazon for a fair and honest review.



You believe that, do you?
qwerta369

You believe that, do you?



As much as i believe any review. Most of them are factual and describe the functionality and ease of use.

I certainly wouldnt buy based on "i really really recommend these", however i would buy based on various reviews pointing towards the product doing what i expect of it.

A friend of mine does it for Amazon. He always left comprehensive, objective reviews for anything he bought and he was asked directly by Amazon to review items for them. He gets offered a selection each month and picks several.

Hes under no obligation to leave a good review, and often doesnt.
Edited by: "pgilc1" 10th May 2016
Does it support onvif?
Do you need an internet connection to view the camera with a laptop?
I picked up two of these as lightening deals a few months ago for £20 each. I think it was a incorrectly priced. The cameras are pretty good, excellent picture quality.
Paid £20 in March from Amazon deal and not worth anywhere near the RRP. Audio is terrible and camera is very unresponsive when trying to control.
pgilc1

As much as i believe any review. Most of them are factual and describe … As much as i believe any review. Most of them are factual and describe the functionality and ease of use.I certainly wouldnt buy based on "i really really recommend these", however i would buy based on various reviews pointing towards the product doing what i expect of it.A friend of mine does it for Amazon. He always left comprehensive, objective reviews for anything he bought and he was asked directly by Amazon to review items for them. He gets offered a selection each month and picks several. Hes under no obligation to leave a good review, and often doesnt.



​How does one become one of these testers? I would love to get stuff for free in return for a 4/5 star review!
Got mine today, fairly decent can't fault it so far. Not using their software, using tinyCam Monitor PRO for android. Navigated to the built in web setup to get WiFi up and going and mess around with the settings (some decent settings / options to keep you occupied). Copes with power outages and working good remotely too. Happy with the night vision performance, camera moves well (responsive), quiet motor, good picture quality. Also nabbed a second for £30 on eBay from one of the amazon reviewers :-)
Edited by: "dezontk" 11th May 2016
rawson

I picked up two of these as lightening deals a few months ago for £20 … I picked up two of these as lightening deals a few months ago for £20 each. I think it was a incorrectly priced. The cameras are pretty good, excellent picture quality.



You sure you're not getting paid to say that?
esudl

​How does one become one of these testers? I would love to get stuff for f … ​How does one become one of these testers? I would love to get stuff for free in return for a 4/5 star review!



And there my friend, is the reason why you will NEVER get asked. Its about being an objective tester, not just giving high reviews.

pgilc1

And there my friend, is the reason why you will NEVER get asked. Its … And there my friend, is the reason why you will NEVER get asked. Its about being an objective tester, not just giving high reviews.



​The only reason I said that was because I've never seen a review which wasn't 4 or 5 stars. Never seen a "this broke within 10 minutes, avoid completely" review
^ I generally ignore the reviews on Amazon from the pro reviewers.
pgilc1

You sure you're not getting paid to say that?



Positive, genuinely happy with my £20 bargain.
Infiltrator

^ I generally ignore the reviews on Amazon from the pro reviewers.



I generally look for multiple reviews and a high overall score. So if an item has 100 reviews and its getting 4.5 on average, thats a good sign. I'll also check the lower scores to see what peoples problem is.

Having said that, 95% of what i buy is a well known product anyway with independent reviews out there. Something quite niche like this its not so easy.
bought one couple of weeks ago. agreed pan tilt was slow to respond using provided app. unfortunately it stopped responding after initial setup got refund tempted to get another to see if it is any good
I've had two now working since I posted. Brilliant cameras. I use tinyCam Monitor PRO for android. And on PC I just use the browser, you don't need additional software, just select video mode 2 once you've logged into it via IP. Then you have a very responsive flash stream with PTZ. I also use iSpy on PC, just because it's better for me and does a lot more than the browser, which is just for having a quick glance really. Suggest using 5ghz wifi rather than 2.4 too, made a lot of difference for me.

Wired is a lot better however.
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