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Wireless 1080p IP security CCTV baby camera night vision motion detect £13.58 (+£4.49 Non Prime) Sold by iventure and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Wireless 1080p IP security CCTV baby camera night vision motion detect £13.58 (+£4.49 Non Prime) Sold by iventure and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 22nd Sep

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Usual Amazon marketing suggests limited-time offer, and certainly the lowest recorded price according to the 3 camels.
Fully-featured camera. Functionality will depend on the controlling app. Non-exhaustive feature list:
wireless
1080p resolution max 30fps
night vision
motion detection with alerts
remote monitoring (requires web connection for camera and monitoring device)
two-way audio
pan tilt zoom, with position presets & auto-cruise
panoramic view (fisheye? May be able to find compatible non-panoramic app)
integral micro sd storage for recording 24hr or movement-triggered footage (optionally add your own microsd card up to 128GB)
2.4Ghz wifi
multiple controlled user access
360eyes smart device app
no doubt rubbish security from far-east p2p service provider
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Has someone use this and is it any good, worth a punt at this price??
Edited by: "fame" 22nd Sep
fame22/09/2019 13:35

Has someone use this and is it any good, worth a punt at this price??


I bought a similar one, though it works OK but has a major flaw, you can't turn of this start up sound when it's turned on. Pretty useless as I want to use it when baby is sleeping
Some of the reviews not so good.
rav4cas22/09/2019 13:44

Some of the reviews not so good.


Reviews were made in return to receive the item for free.
Which have reviewed these and the security is a nightmare. They recommend not to use them.
Does this also record?
philbert_dibbins22/09/2019 13:48

Which have reviewed these and the security is a nightmare. They recommend …Which have reviewed these and the security is a nightmare. They recommend not to use them.



Video door bells have a large security hole too, just check out the symbiotic relationship between the Ring video doorbell and Amazon and "friends". Here is one such story - cnet.com/fea…ls/
Just ordered one for the kids room will get back to anyone who wants to know how good or bad it is .
SajidAli-ad629.0611322/09/2019 14:10

Does this also record?


Add your choice of maximum 128GB microsd card to the integral microsd card slot for "Local Storage: Support Micro SD inserted 128GB card, support 24 hours video or video alarm".
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Bought a similar but not identical camera a couple of years ago,
Most if not all of these low-cost security cameras are linked to some form of cloud hosting service, the first month is usually free, after that you rely on what's stored on the memory card, or pay a subscription.
Broadly speaking (and it may or may not apply to this individual model) these can be "inconsistently reliable" so if you just want to check if the lights were on at some point, or if someone has parked a car outside these are absolutely fine.

Perhaps I wouldn't be quite so keen on anything which was safety critical ie babies or adults needing constant supervision

It's 14 quid, what's not to like - if you need absolutely rock solid reliability, then buy into something with a service level agreement, but expect to pay a lot more.
I've got two very similar cameras. Just to check on the dog when we are out. Works perfectly for what I want.

Not great for security as the burglar could simply take the memory card out and you'd have no history.
I gotta ask as a safety thing. Are All these cameras with WiFi etc for baby rooms safe because I don’t want someone else watching my kid. Any advice would be good. Thanks
lgittings24622/09/2019 15:42

I gotta ask as a safety thing. Are All these cameras with WiFi etc for …I gotta ask as a safety thing. Are All these cameras with WiFi etc for baby rooms safe because I don’t want someone else watching my kid. Any advice would be good. Thanks


How would it be “unsafe” for someone to see a baby fast asleep in bed? I’m not sure I get it
wezzel9876522/09/2019 16:06

How would it be “unsafe” for someone to see a baby fast asleep in bed? I’m …How would it be “unsafe” for someone to see a baby fast asleep in bed? I’m not sure I get it


Privacy. Would you want somebody else watching your child. That’s what I mean. I heard a lot about the concerns so wanting some advice on people who have these.
Looks very similar to yi dome. Are they pretty much the same?
lgittings24622/09/2019 16:07

Privacy. Would you want somebody else watching your child. That’s what I m …Privacy. Would you want somebody else watching your child. That’s what I mean. I heard a lot about the concerns so wanting some advice on people who have these.


No, but you're assuming that's a common theme - frankly, the ability for me to watch my child at any time from any location outweights the risk of some mythical hacker doing it and finding value in it. The only other option is private or offline CCTV and that is another whole headache in itself.
Gutted I missed this...
mihaiboc22/09/2019 18:29

Gutted I missed this...


Showing as "In stock" for me a few seconds prior to this post.
AndyRoyd22/09/2019 18:32

Showing as "In stock" for me a few seconds prior to this post.


CHeers...
OOS but voted hot for the price. Got a similar camera but different brand, does the job. I prefer my baby monitor for keeping an eye on my baby, I use this one to keep an eye on his older brother. Great price.
They might as well get used to their every move being recorded early i suppose.
plewis0022/09/2019 18:04

No, but you're assuming that's a common theme - frankly, the ability for …No, but you're assuming that's a common theme - frankly, the ability for me to watch my child at any time from any location outweights the risk of some mythical hacker doing it and finding value in it. The only other option is private or offline CCTV and that is another whole headache in itself.


Alternatively just check on them by walking the 10ft to the bedroom?? You know like billions do every day.
thomasleep22/09/2019 20:05

They might as well get used to their every move being recorded early i …They might as well get used to their every move being recorded early i suppose. Alternatively just check on them by walking the 10ft to the bedroom?? You know like billions do every day.


Good your latest comment was deleted. It is up to him how he keeps an eye on his children. Maybe his mobility is limited, have you ever thought of this?
I live in a 3 storey house, kitchen downstairs, small kids on the upper floor. They fight eachother every second, all I can hear is screaming and crying. If I have up and down the stairs at every 30 seconds, the meal will never be ready.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 22nd Sep
sheffield78822/09/2019 20:19

Good your latest comment was deleted. It is up to him how he keeps an eye …Good your latest comment was deleted. It is up to him how he keeps an eye on his children. Maybe his mobility is limited, have you ever thought of this?I live in a 3 storey house, kitchen downstairs, small kids on the upper floor. They fight every second. If I have up and down the stairs at every 30 seconds, the meal will never be ready.


We also live in a 3 storey house, having just had an extension and the baby monitor signal drops from time-to-time due to the wall thickness. He didn't answer my question about how I monitor the family when I work late but that's often what narrow-minded people do - pass judgement on others.
thomasleep22/09/2019 20:27

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My kids are in bed by the way and I can assure you my kids get all the attention they need. As much as I can. Again judgemental, never crossed your mind some families are single parents and they cannot be every single second with their kids. Lack of technology had tragic consequences in my family by the way.

Yes, I will look why my 4 years old was fighting with his 2 year old brother. They were not even fighting they were playing, the youngest laying on his back and his brother putting the cushion on his face and sitting on it, this is just an example.

I am not saying you are wrong, I am saying that perhaps before calling others lazy, you should think twice.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 22nd Sep
sheffield78822/09/2019 20:42

My kids are in bed by the way and I can assure you my kids get all the …My kids are in bed by the way and I can assure you my kids get all the attention they need. As much as I can. Again judgemental, never crossed your mind some families are single parents and they cannot be every single second with their kids. Lack of technology had tragic consequences in my family by the way. Yes, I will look why my 4 years old was fighting with his 2 year old brother. They were not even fighting they were playing, the youngest laying on his back and his brother putting the cushion on his face and sitting on it, this is just an example. I am not saying you are wrong, I am saying that perhaps before calling others lazy, you should think twice.


Don't rise to it, do you really want to get into an argument about how you parent your children with someone who jumps to conclusions and judges you like that. You're evidently far too nice
plewis0022/09/2019 20:48

Don't rise to it, do you really want to get into an argument about how you …Don't rise to it, do you really want to get into an argument about how you parent your children with someone who jumps to conclusions and judges you like that. You're evidently far too nice


Thanks! I just don't get it what people do in their house and why are afraid the government, the Chinese, the Russians keeping an eye on them. I lived in communism, where the government knew every single move. Nobody was bothered. I agree with you, if technology makes your life easier, why now.
About him being judgemental, I was the same. And I've learnt it the hard way. Due to the nature of my job too. You never know others circumstances.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 22nd Sep
sheffield78822/09/2019 20:55

Thanks! I just don't get it what people do in their house and why are …Thanks! I just don't get it what people do in their house and why are afraid the government, the Chinese, the Russians keeping an eye on them. I lived in communism, where the government knew every single move. Nobody was bothered. I agree with you, if technology makes your life easier, why now. About him being judgemental, I was the same. And I've learnt it the hard way. Due to the nature of my job too. You never know others circumstances.


I'm not bothered about him or his judgements - ten a penny. There are people that think there is too much surveillance and that Alexa and Siri listen into you as do your phone, you can't avoid it these days. You can take reasonable precaution though, and I don't have a big online footprint on social media for that reason, but cameras like this, Yi cameras and any other cloud cameras have had a huge and positive impact on peoples' lives. The cloud cameras all send data to a central cloud, rather than older IP cameras which are fiddly and difficult to operate - whether that cloud is in China, America, Europe, you are still trusting a third-party to an extent in exchange for ease of use. I use the Yi cameras because they take less than 2 minutes to setup and have good image quality - I have 4 in my office as well as a number of thermal and humidity sensors, these all send data back to China...
What app do you need to download to get this working?
fame01/10/2019 17:52

What app do you need to download to get this working?


Description says "360eyes" smart device app .
AndyRoyd01/10/2019 18:36

Description says "360eyes" smart device app .


Thanks mate. I was searching name on the camera lol
fame01/10/2019 18:44

Thanks mate. I was searching name on the camera lol


No probs. It should be mentioned on the microscopic Chinglish user manual sheet that is bundled with the cam.
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