Wireless IP Wifi CCTV Security Camera Network IR Night Vision £25.99 @ Veratrimming Ebay
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Wireless IP Wifi CCTV Security Camera Network IR Night Vision £25.99 @ Veratrimming Ebay

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Found 18th Aug 2014
New Wireless IP Wifi CCTV Security Camera Network IR Night Vision Monitor Cam UK

We Have Found Youtube Video (Only Reference)

Features:
Simple and quick to setup, friendly user interface
Day and night vision with 10 IR LEDS
Allow remote viewing video and record from any internet connection
Multi-level users access and management with password protection load
Support night vision
Give you wide monitoring angle
Specification:

Model No: JW0008
Features:
System Security
Supports there-level account, password, user authority management
P2P (Free)
No need to preset camera. Offer free P2P(JWEV-000xxx-xxxxx), Plug&play,.Support QR code scanning to view .
Multi-device function

Supported OS
Microsoft Win98 SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista/Windows7 32Bit
Browser
IE6.0, IE7.0, IE8.0, FireFox, Google or other standard browser
Certification
CE,FCC,RoHS
Warranty
Limited 2-Year Warranty
Package Include :
1 x IP Camera
1 x Power Supply (UK PLUG)
1 x Mounting Bracket
Note : It's indoor use only.

45 Comments

Nice found OP, okay it won't give you HD quality images but for under £26, wifi IP cam. It a very good deal.

No Mac support??

Original Poster

one2omg

No Mac support??



It supports FireFox, Google or other standard browser. So will work on Mac if you use one of those browsers.

So it's a view camera only- you can't record off it. Don't see the point?

antw

So it's a view camera only- you can't record off it. Don't see the point?



You record it on your phone or computer....

Heat for the camera make, but how is it pronounced?
Is it, "wans cam" as in, "haw son, is this wans camra?"
Translated as "is this fine recording device yours?"
Or, "wan scam", as in, haw son, yon ebays jist wan scam efter anuther".
Translated as, "I do believe that there are some deals on eBay that are not fully on the up and up".
Just asking?

wherescharlie

Heat for the camera make, but how is it pronounced?Is it, "wans cam" as … Heat for the camera make, but how is it pronounced?Is it, "wans cam" as in, "haw son, is this wans camra?"Translated as "is this fine recording device yours?"Or, "wan scam", as in, haw son, yon ebays jist wan scam efter anuther".Translated as, "I do believe that there are some deals on eBay that are not fully on the up and up".Just asking?



I think the 's' is actually meant to be a 'k'... what does that translate as?

Banned

i ve got one and paid about £40 great gadget

was interested until I saw its indoor only. I wanted one for the front door so I know when the JW are knocking so I can ignore them!

Can you use this with an ipad?

Swann make a very similar camera which can be had for £63ish on eBay refurb with 12 months warranty. The Swann comes with SD card slot and comes with automatic recording that can also be done view remote. 720p but remember BEHIND a window the night vision will bounce back from a glass window!

ebay.co.uk/itm…a91

how is it wireless camera, when there is an adapter that you have to connect it?

Procure21

Can you use this with an ipad?


Yes

emma_louise95

how is it wireless camera, when there is an adapter that you have to … how is it wireless camera, when there is an adapter that you have to connect it?



Wireless ethernet, not power source.

Hope this helps some people.

This is an IP camera, ie you hook it into your home network, either via an ethernet cable, or more likely, via WIFI.

Because its on your home network, its always on. It can therefore be accessed by any device on your network, be it PC, mac, android, iphone, ipad etc etc.

The easiest way to view things from the camera is typically via your web browser. You just type in the address of the camera into your browser and off you go.

The better (but more complicated) usage is to get some dedicated software for your computer and/or handheld device. This will allow to view the picture without a browser. These applications normally allow you to do more things like record, setup motion detectors, support multiple cameras, send you email alerts if someone breaks in, save videos etc etc. You can also set these cameras up for remote viewing so you can see what the missus is up to during the day.

I personally had one of these cheapo cameras, and whilst they are cheap, I wouldn't recommend them. For a newbie they are great, but you'll eventually need to spend more to get a better one. The build quality is awful, and setting them up is very very fiddly as support is almost non existent.
Edited by: "benjai" 18th Aug 2014

Ps I had one it is total scrap please save your money thanks

iliko

Cheapest Price On eBay !!!!!!!.

No. Cheaper here and quicker delivery, and it's probably same seller as OP item

emma_louise95

how is it wireless camera, when there is an adapter that you have to … how is it wireless camera, when there is an adapter that you have to connect it?



It connects to your wifi and streams the video to your phone or any PC in the house , it can also be viewed over the net , pretty much anywhere.. Wireless in the sense that you can unplug it, move it and plug where ever you want...

Compared to networked cameras that have to stay where ever you wire them...

I got the original swann one that works great... Not sure about this specific one..

Original Poster

Flipd

No. Cheaper here and quicker delivery, and it's probably same seller as … No. Cheaper here and quicker delivery, and it's probably same seller as OP item



Fixed, I just copied it from the item's description ;-)
Edited by: "iliko" 18th Aug 2014

For the record:
-Any IP Cam can be viewed on any device dependant on software/apps
-This can be viewed on iPhone/iPad with IPCAM F3 (for example, others available)
-Any device with a browser
-Mac with a browser or IP CAM Viewer
-All suggestions are from experience as I use them on my Mac/iPhone/iPad
-I also did record on a windows machine but can't remember the software I used, it was freeware anyway.

benjai

Hope this helps some people.This is an IP camera, ie you hook it into … Hope this helps some people.This is an IP camera, ie you hook it into your home network, either via an ethernet cable, or more likely, via WIFI.Because its on your home network, its always on. It can therefore be accessed by any device on your network, be it PC, mac, android, iphone, ipad etc etc.The easiest way to view things from the camera is typically via your web browser. You just type in the address of the camera into your browser and off you go.The better (but more complicated) usage is to get some dedicated software for your computer and/or handheld device. This will allow to view the picture without a browser. These applications normally allow you to do more things like record, setup motion detectors, support multiple cameras, send you email alerts if someone breaks in, save videos etc etc. You can also set these cameras up for remote viewing so you can see what the missus is up to during the day.I personally had one of these cheapo cameras, and whilst they are cheap, I wouldn't recommend them. For a newbie they are great, but you'll eventually need to spend more to get a better one. The build quality is awful, and setting them up is very very fiddly as support is almost non existent.


Can you recommend a better one , happy to pay more

I had one similar looking to this, was going to use as a baby monitor, however the wireless connection interferes with the mic giving a constant load buzzing sound on viewing. Ethernet is fine.

Can this trigger an iphone & automatically record on your iphone if someone enters your house ?

iliko

It supports FireFox, Google or other standard browser. So will work on … It supports FireFox, Google or other standard browser. So will work on Mac if you use one of those browsers.



Not necessarily true.

I had a similar camera and it did not (fully) work in Linux or MacOS. The browser wanted to run an ActiveX applet which can only be done in Windows as far as I know (well, one can still use Wine or CrossOver).

I could get some limited functionality by "streaming" the video as a sequence of jpeg images, but that was low quality and with no audio.

It may be the case the software has been improved and does not require ActiveX anymore, but better check with the seller.

So heres my opinion on the wanscam cameras, image quality is terrible next to unusable, easy to view over your own network but the cameras are limited as to which ddns service you can use - ddns is needed in order to reliably view the cameras over the web so you can see whats going on when you are outside the home network. On one of the wanscam cameras i ordered only one particular ddns service was allowed and this service is no longer a free service making it unusable outside the home without paying a subsciption. I would steer clear of this brand. Also the wanscam camera i had would not connect to the gmail server to allow it to email me pictures of anything detected in the field of view. All in all a very frustrating piece of tech - spent hours trying to get it to work, what a waste of time and effort.
Edited by: "barneyonion" 18th Aug 2014

Original Poster

danilovesky

Not necessarily true.I had a similar camera and it did not (fully) work … Not necessarily true.I had a similar camera and it did not (fully) work in Linux or MacOS. The browser wanted to run an ActiveX applet which can only be done in Windows as far as I know (well, one can still use Wine or CrossOver).I could get some limited functionality by "streaming" the video as a sequence of jpeg images, but that was low quality and with no audio.It may be the case the software has been improved and does not require ActiveX anymore, but better check with the seller.



Did I say I developed the product? All I posted is what manufacturer described on "the tin". You have full rights to return the product as "not as described" if it does not work in FireFox under Mac.

Ive used ispyconnect.com/ to record streams from ipcams before, it's pretty good.

danilovesky

Not necessarily true.I had a similar camera and it did not (fully) work … Not necessarily true.I had a similar camera and it did not (fully) work in Linux or MacOS. The browser wanted to run an ActiveX applet which can only be done in Windows as far as I know (well, one can still use Wine or CrossOver).I could get some limited functionality by "streaming" the video as a sequence of jpeg images, but that was low quality and with no audio.It may be the case the software has been improved and does not require ActiveX anymore, but better check with the seller.



Dear all,
Can any of you please confirm that you have tested this camera and viewed through a browser (IE, firefox, Chrome, etc.)? As the description says, this is working in the P2P (peer to peer) mode through dedicated applications for each of the platforms. I know this may sound strange, but not all the so called IP cameras (specially P2P) can be viewed through browsers in my experience (for example, Sumvision Hawakeye camera - looks exactly like this camera). I stand corrected if anyone has actually get this particular camera viewed through a browser.
Edited by: "kaushal" 19th Aug 2014

These look like the ones lidl where selling a few months ago

Bought one at 28 quid , nothing but trouble , it's been down the £24.50 resently .

Waste of money as most ip cameras

A proper cctv are cheap now days and most have support that will send it to your tablets and mobiles for free

Can anyone with experience of buying a better CCTV kit for outside recommend one at a reasonable price. Preferable one that allows you to view from a mobile device or tablet.

davy10heads

Can anyone with experience of buying a better CCTV kit for outside … Can anyone with experience of buying a better CCTV kit for outside recommend one at a reasonable price. Preferable one that allows you to view from a mobile device or tablet.


Also would like to know this, struggling to find one

ryanshelton1986

was interested until I saw its indoor only. I wanted one for the front … was interested until I saw its indoor only. I wanted one for the front door so I know when the JW are knocking so I can ignore them!



They are human, just tell them politely you do not agree with aspects of their belief (as you have discussed with others elsewhere) & do not wish to engage further, ..& for them o note this at their jehovah hall for future reference.

Doesn't take much, whilst keeping it civil.

..However if you wish to take things a step further with all & sundry I suggest printing out & laminating, then placing at point of access (eg drive, gate) a "notice of withdrawal of presumed right of access", dated & signed, any infractions can be enforced accordingly, obvious exceptions for any friendly regulars such as your postie etc.

MR GUS

They are human, just tell them politely you do not agree with aspects of … They are human, just tell them politely you do not agree with aspects of their belief (as you have discussed with others elsewhere) & do not wish to engage further, ..& for them o note this at their jehovah hall for future reference.Doesn't take much, whilst keeping it civil...However if you wish to take things a step further with all & sundry I suggest printing out & laminating, then placing at point of access (eg drive, gate) a "notice of withdrawal of presumed right of access", dated & signed, any infractions can be enforced accordingly, obvious exceptions for any friendly regulars such as your postie etc.



Can you imagine if the plot of the Walking Dead was that anyone who was a Jehovah was taken up straight away, but anyone who wasn't had to live and die in the zombie Apocalypse, they've have had loads of Americans joining

..ooh, the rapture, setting of much maniacy in storytelling & to explain additional psychotic fervour in many a grim tale.

fear speaks mounds about religion imho.

I have one P2P IP- cam in my shop but my EE Broadband always block the P2P programs (can't download torrent file too)
so sometime the cam can get connect but most the time won't .

These are not bad devices and they work very well with ISPY free software. (http://www.ispyconnect.com/download.aspx)

I have my pc on all the time so mine is set to store images on motion detection.

(Edit just noticed secondcoming mentioned the same software)
Edited by: "muffybg" 19th Aug 2014

vicko

I have one P2P IP- cam in my shop but my EE Broadband always block the … I have one P2P IP- cam in my shop but my EE Broadband always block the P2P programs (can't download torrent file too) so sometime the cam can get connect but most the time won't .



Is that normal broadband or phone broadband? Afaik EE don't block torrents

Tried not tested they are good cams don't need ddns power up and a few settings changes in your router and ure away watch them from inside ure home and outside had them for approx 3 years work faultlessly only drawback is night vision through a pane of window at night will bounce back and give u a glare.
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