Wireless Mini Night Vision Wifi IP Camera 960p £11.38 delivered at Banggood
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Wireless Mini Night Vision Wifi IP Camera 960p £11.38 delivered at Banggood

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Found 17th Feb
This Wireless Mini Night Vision Wifi IP Camera is super small and a great price at £11.38 delivered.

It's worth checking out the reviews too, they are pretty good considering the price.

It features 960p quality, night vision, infrared, alarm, video playback, wifi, motion detection...... 2 way intercom audio so you can talk from the camera to the mobile and vice versa. It also records on microSD.

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http://i.imgur.com/XEzNnIh.jpg

anyone have an idea of what the security is like on these?

at £11, worth a punt. Ordered

towan

anyone have an idea of what the security is like on these?



Probably weak so will become a zombie with a lot of IoT things.

youtube.com/wat…bOs

reviewer wrote
key, first of all, the installation is a pain in the ass, you must download "digooeye" app, and this damn app does not want to load in my tablet, it says not compatible, and it has android 5.1 ! i had to use my slow phone, it asks for registration (more pain in the ass) then it ask you for a default password you fin in the paper. The app is quite bad, some options do not work, its like a software adapted to work with the camera but some options are useless. if any one know a better compatible software please let me know. i dont success to find how the hell see the image from a computer...
Edited by: "Graham1979" 17th Feb

quite tempted but installation of usb discreetly isn't too easy for me. Wish it was battery powered.

joshtbh

quite tempted but installation of usb discreetly isn't too easy for me. … quite tempted but installation of usb discreetly isn't too easy for me. Wish it was battery powered.


For £11?

joshtbh

quite tempted but installation of usb discreetly isn't too easy for me. … quite tempted but installation of usb discreetly isn't too easy for me. Wish it was battery powered.



Power it from a USB powerbank, I got mine for less than £1 at Euro Car Parts and it can power a Raspberry Pi.

Might be a good idea to check the digooeye app is compatible with your phone before ordering as you'll probably need to use it to set the camera up play.google.com/sto…eye

melted

Might be a good idea to check the digooeye app is compatible with your … Might be a good idea to check the digooeye app is compatible with your phone before ordering as you'll probably need to use it to set the camera up https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ctvzn.digooeye



The camera is Onvif compatible, I don't think this specific app is essential.

Heat, seems canny, but it'll take ages to arrive. I have bought the odd thing from Banggood, but by the time it comes, you've forgotten you ordered it.

CDR

Probably weak so will become a zombie with a lot of IoT things.



If you can get onvif working on it, connect via VPN.

960p? Lol so it's like the Xbox One of security cameras

kencol

The camera is Onvif compatible, I don't think this specific app is … The camera is Onvif compatible, I don't think this specific app is essential.



I believe this type of camera usually require an app which uses an audio signal to set the camera's wifi settings up, although if you are lucky, maybe the PC P2P app can configure it too?

melted

I believe this type of camera usually require an app which uses an audio … I believe this type of camera usually require an app which uses an audio signal to set the camera's wifi settings up, although if you are lucky, maybe the PC P2P app can configure it too?



On my cam, I can configure (and view) over 192.168.0.26

vulcanproject

960p? Lol so it's like the Xbox One of security cameras




960p is not so bad, especially at the price and this camera claims to have a 1/3" sensor.

kencol

On my cam, I can configure (and view) over 192.168.0.26



You have this camera? How did you enter the wifi password without the app, it has got no network port.

melted

You have this camera? How did you enter the wifi password without the … You have this camera? How did you enter the wifi password without the app, it has got no network port.


I don't have this specific camera.

so can you create an ad hok network using a mobile hotspot and power using a USB power bank?

Maskarova

so can you create an ad hok network using a mobile hotspot and power … so can you create an ad hok network using a mobile hotspot and power using a USB power bank?


Why what are you planning on doing in public? (_;)

kencol

Power it from a USB powerbank, I got mine for less than £1 at Euro Car … Power it from a USB powerbank, I got mine for less than £1 at Euro Car Parts and it can power a Raspberry Pi.



how long it will it last with the ECP bank

joshtbh

Why what are you planning on doing in public? (_;)



​me,oh nothing....I'd just like to know who is fly tipping in one of my fields

Interesting to see if it comes with any better instructions than on the banggood site !

vtec

how long it will it last with the ECP bank



Not sure tbh, the power bank is about 2000 mAh.

Been dithering over this for well over a week, if you can access it & view it using a browser etc i'd have one but I suspect not.

Can you do live stream wirelessly when you are away from house?
Edited by: "Mihir95" 17th Feb

Reckon this would be any good to hide in my shed, just in case any scumbags try to steal any more of my bikes?

Mihir95

Can you do live stream wirelessly when you are away from house?


Pretty sure it's thru wifi only or I would have bought one at this price

Word of warning with these Digoo cameras the build quality is terrible. I've had 2 of the bb2 mini cameras. First had no 2 way audio and the replacement had no nightvision. Get what you pay for I think.

kencol

Not sure tbh, the power bank is about 2000 mAh.



It says it consumes 3w which is 600 mA, it would burn through that 2000mAh in 3.3 hours worst case.

Rob.

Reckon this would be any good to hide in my shed, just in case any … Reckon this would be any good to hide in my shed, just in case any scumbags try to steal any more of my bikes?



more likely not since you can see the Infrared led's when its night time and the scumbags will probably rip it off and keep it.

Also cashback with TCB

good price but dependent on needs. I'd say its good as a remote monitor, but much else would be tricky unless you have the know how to setup and record.

I have a cctv setup at home, but any old monkey only has to steal the dvr unit to take all your recordings, unless it motion captures to cloud storage or motion detects, and emails etc.

Oh and if you do want any cctv don't worry about resolution. Monkeys will say you can't id people by poor resolution.
Yes but you can't on any system unless its zoomed in .

Court needs a positive i.d. you can only prove what someone wore by cctv. unless its zoomed in on the face full screen. Anyway I won't go into detail on what's what. But if its night without any exterior lighting or witness statement your 90% no evidence.

vulcanproject

960p? Lol so it's like the Xbox One of security cameras



.... just .....

Rob.

Reckon this would be any good to hide in my shed, just in case any … Reckon this would be any good to hide in my shed, just in case any scumbags try to steal any more of my bikes?




and how will this stop them?

Bought two. damn HUKD. Now need to justify putting it somewhere...

Sounds like a headache inducing, time consuming , eventual doorstop.

so i could out this in kids playroom with a mobile charger? connect it to router and then use it as a davanced intercom system almost? how does the app work with multiple cameras?
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