Wireless IP Wifi CCTV Security Camera Network IR Night Vision £26.69 @ Veratrimming Ebay
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Wireless IP Wifi CCTV Security Camera Network IR Night Vision £26.69 @ Veratrimming Ebay

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Found 15th May 2014
New Wireless IP Wifi CCTV Security Camera Network IR Night Vision Monitor Cam UK

Available Colors : Black
The Network Camera is designed for high definition network surveillance based on high-clear CMOS sensor with high-performance multimedia processor which has the MJEPG video encoding standards. It supports local record and picture snapshot. It is a set of video capture , image processing , video transmission , video management functions in one type of high-definition, high-performance network camera. It greatly facilitates the user to install use & maintenance.
Features :
System Security Supports there-level account, password, user authority management
DDNS Free DDNS bounded
Cell Phone View Support Iphone, Windows Mobile, Symbian, Android cell phone view.
Compression Format M-JPEG
Signal System CMOS 300,000 pixel
Frame Rate30fps
Resolution VGA ( 640*480 ) , QVGA( 320*240 )
Lens Standard : 4.0 mm
Nightvision11LED IR distance : about 10m
Input / Output Built-in Microphone/Built-in Speaker
Rotation Angle Pan : 270° Tilt: 90°
Protocol Support TCP/IP , HTTP , ICMP , DHCP , FTP , SMTP , PPPoE etc.
Wireless WIFI , 802.11 b/g/n
Shape/ Use Environment Cartoon Robot/ Indoor use
Power DC5V 2A
Working Temperature -20~50 °C
Size Item size : 110mm x 100mm x 125mm
Weight N.W. : 265g , G.W. : 580g(Note:Actual Weight Final)
Alarm Detection Motion detection , Motion Detect Sensibility can be adjusted
Alarm Action Support Email photo, FTp photo etc.
System Requirement Microsoft Win98 SE/ME/2000/XP , Vista , Win 7 , Browser : IE6.0 , IE7.0 , IE8.0 , FireFox , Google Browser or other standard browser.

51 Comments

Very poor imaging by the sound of it

Resolution VGA ( 640*480 ) , QVGA( 320*240 )

Is this for in doors only?

Yep and the 720p version is less than a tenner more

Can you connect this to your router. Then port forward it so you can view it remotely from the phone

terayon00

Can you connect this to your router. Then port forward it so you can view … Can you connect this to your router. Then port forward it so you can view it remotely from the phone

yes you can I have 1

stevem0030

yes you can I have 1


Hi is it this model you have .
What app do you use thanks

stevem0030

yes you can I have 1



Any videos how to do this that you can point me to. As I have an ip camera all working ok within the house but don't know how to get it working outside the house

Yes can you explain how it can be secure if intruder sees it

Can i put this in the ladies Toilet?

gu2gan

Can i put this in the ladies Toilet?



I'm sure the grannies at your local Bowling club would positively welcome this

arachnoid

Yep and the 720p version is less than a tenner more

could you provide a link to that please? Also, any experience of how good the HD model is. Thanks.

I downloaded ip cam view on phone and I pad very easy to do you just need internet connection to view

terayon00

Any videos how to do this that you can point me to. As I have an ip … Any videos how to do this that you can point me to. As I have an ip camera all working ok within the house but don't know how to get it working outside the house

remember there is no point in having this facing out a window at night as the ir badly reflects on the glass. I had to disable mine, it works OK at night with just the street lights. does anyone know a good free dns host? i used dyndns however they recently closed their free service.

I have a similar one and it's brilliant. Great for keeping an eye on the house while on holiday. You can set a motion detect alarm on ours that sends you an email with pictures of whatever triggered the alarm.

chickenlip

I have a similar one and it's brilliant. Great for keeping an eye on the … I have a similar one and it's brilliant. Great for keeping an eye on the house while on holiday. You can set a motion detect alarm on ours that sends you an email with pictures of whatever triggered the alarm.



do you have a link?

info19

remember there is no point in having this facing out a window at night as … remember there is no point in having this facing out a window at night as the ir badly reflects on the glass. I had to disable mine, it works OK at night with just the street lights. does anyone know a good free dns host? i used dyndns however they recently closed their free service.


No-IP? I uses to use them a lot and they were great.

the picture on this is OK to use in the day and night. But if you wanna see the face then i think you better buy the 720p one because this one wont show the face properly. it connects to internet wirelessly so you can put this camera everywhere you like but it must near the power socket because the power cable for this camera is very short, it only has 1 metre.

How easy is this to set up? Is it necessary to Port Forward and all that malarkey?

Also, the 720p version seems to come out at about £50 from what I could find.

Rudidudi

do you have a link?


Mine is a Shinntto branded one I bought from amazon. This one looks much the same for cheaper.

What about a better one with very good picture quality, easy to install on top of garage roof looking down at drive way (outdoor) colour, and motion sensor alerts? £100?

Would not recommend. Bought this exact item (EasyN), from the exact same seller. Lasted 2 months before it stopped working. The seller would not replace or offer any assistance.

On the other hand I've had two Foscams running daily for coming on 2-3 years without any problem.

info19

remember there is no point in having this facing out a window at night as … remember there is no point in having this facing out a window at night as the ir badly reflects on the glass. I had to disable mine, it works OK at night with just the street lights. does anyone know a good free dns host? i used dyndns however they recently closed their free service.



I have just moved to noip.com and works just as good. noip.com/

info19

does anyone know a good free dns host? i used dyndns however they … does anyone know a good free dns host? i used dyndns however they recently closed their free service.



I've settled on freedns.afraid.org/ after trying a few as there's no manual renewl process, etc.
Edited by: "pembo" 16th May 2014

Sunni

Would not recommend. Bought this exact item (EasyN), from the exact same … Would not recommend. Bought this exact item (EasyN), from the exact same seller. Lasted 2 months before it stopped working. The seller would not replace or offer any assistance.On the other hand I've had two Foscams running daily for coming on 2-3 years without any problem.



Suppose it depends on the camera, my old Foscam was great, no problems, the new FI9821W HD one has been replaced twice in 8 months.... Both genuine Foscams, Just the IR circuit and LED's on the FI9821W dies after a few months.

info19

remember there is no point in having this facing out a window at night as … remember there is no point in having this facing out a window at night as the ir badly reflects on the glass. I had to disable mine, it works OK at night with just the street lights. does anyone know a good free dns host? i used dyndns however they recently closed their free service.



It depends..

My IP Cam that is pre-programmed with a choice of about 15 DNS services and you can't add your own! The manufacturer's "free" one doesn't work and all the others are paid for services..

Hopefully, this one will include the ability to set your own-can anyone confirm?

What type of device are you trying to connect? D-Link owners can get a free Dyndns account : dlinkddns.com/login
Edited by: "HudlUserDOTcom" 16th May 2014

As requested just two quick examples of 720p wireless IP cameras just remember you get what you pay for and a decent high quality IP camera is in the hundreds of pounds so such items are limited in their abilities i.e. the lens and sensor size and quality will be very poor with no zoom facility

£51.69
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As to external access you may get lucky but several UK ISPs do block the needed ports for external connection to file servers,IP cameras etc on home connections.


Edited by: "arachnoid" 16th May 2014

This is nothing more than a toy IMO.

Should you actually come to depend on this for evidence, you'll wish you spent more and got a foscam.

720p is an improvement, remember 1080p is over twice the resolution of 720p.

I bought a camera off here a couple of years ago. Last year we caught someone trying to break in on it in the middle of the night. Police got involved and they identified the guy from the footage. The next day he was in a cell and actually went to prison ( he was on probation! ). So it does work. If it wasn't my house it would have been someone else's. A true story believe me.

intranix

This is nothing more than a toy IMO.Should you actually come to depend on … This is nothing more than a toy IMO.Should you actually come to depend on this for evidence, you'll wish you spent more and got a foscam. 720p is an improvement, remember 1080p is over twice the resolution of 720p.



A good solicitor would find the evidence inadmissible in court, due to no warning of CCTV being present (so make sure you have a CCTV sign up, hint hint - plus the sign itself should detract intruders)

I know it's more expensive, but in the discussion about video quality: If you have some technical nouse, I'd strongly suggest looking at a Raspberry Pi setup. The video quality is 1080p and stills 5 Megapixels, however you need more money and (much) more technical ability to set it up

Gotta be worth a punt for the price. Got a street lamp outside my house so will that be enough illumination if I disable led's and sit it on bedroom window ?

Like I mentioned go for one that at least provides 720p [check the specs] and as suggested windows will reflect back the infra red into the lens at night.Id suggest going for an external waterproof camera for better results but each to their own.
Edited by: "arachnoid" 16th May 2014

Anyone know if these are compatible with any of the regular open source CCTV managers for linux?

I'm trying to get a system setup on my debian server at home, but I'm struggling to find any kind of wireless cameras (really don't want to run wires to them) that are comparable with the open source stuff.

info19

remember there is no point in having this facing out a window at night as … remember there is no point in having this facing out a window at night as the ir badly reflects on the glass. I had to disable mine, it works OK at night with just the street lights. does anyone know a good free dns host? i used dyndns however they recently closed their free service.



iSpy64 is fine

The trouble with wireless cameras is interference due to the open license frequency they use and the lack of distance they will cover especially through the likes of walls and such ergo wired is really the best option for a clearer image

Package Contents :•1 X IP Camera•1 X 5V UK Power Adapter•1 X Stand of plas … Package Contents :•1 X IP Camera•1 X 5V UK Power Adapter•1 X Stand of plastic




Cant wait for the strand of plastic

joeymcjoe

A good solicitor would find the evidence inadmissible in court, due to no … A good solicitor would find the evidence inadmissible in court, due to no warning of CCTV being present (so make sure you have a CCTV sign up, hint hint - plus the sign itself should detract intruders)



You may be getting confused with CCTV in public, if the footage is of your private property then no signs required.

I wonder how these compare with the Foscams?

TeamMCS

I wonder how these compare with the Foscams?



Like a micra compares to a Ferrari I reckon

Graham1979

Like a micra compares to a Ferrari I reckon



Hmm, to be honest I'm not majorly impressed with my 720p foscam
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