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  • Infrared night vision for 24/7 protection
  • Audio Video recording
  • Camera lens is rotatable 360
  • Control the camera via the MiHome App
  • Supports upto 32GB SD Cards
  • Xiaomi WiFi Camera
  • USB charging adapter and USB cable
  • Wall mounting plate with mounting material


With the Xiaomi mijia Smart 1080P WiFi IP camera Pan-tilt version, you can sleep soundly!


The built-in 10pcs 940nm IR-cut LEDs and quiet motor enable this surveillance camera capture clear night vision images up to 9 meters distance silently. Besides, the rotatable design of the IP camera makes it capable of monitoring wider range in the horizontal and vertical direction via the APP control.
What is more, the concealed TF card slot provides not only a beautiful and integrated appearance but also a convenient storage method for you!

Features :

Pan / Tilt control with dual motors, 360 degree panorama viewing angle.
Night vision function.1080P resolution, shoot high-quality and smooth video. M otion Detection.Two-way audio, with internal microphone and speaker."MIHOME" APP, download from Google Play or Apple Store.Separate antenna, strong wireless signal.Support Android 4.0 and above, iOS 7.0 and above.

Thanks to @xiaomi_Tempel for the spot over on MyDealz (won't let me tag..)




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simonp9917/11/2019 10:26

not sure about some of those 5* reviews It's good. I've bought a second …not sure about some of those 5* reviews It's good. I've bought a second one. It's funIn order to travel peace of mind, for my two cat owners to buy, busy to work has not been dressed, with the post-review


See issue I do not, dogs playing poker, legit seems 100% my friend. Not sure why complainting
sparkykev17/11/2019 12:12

I can't help wondering why you'd install it in the loft...


To keep an eye on his tomato plants
sparkykev17/11/2019 12:12

I can't help wondering why you'd install it in the loft...


Uninvited ghosts
not sure about some of those 5* reviews

It's good. I've bought a second one. It's fun
In order to travel peace of mind, for my two cat owners to buy, busy to work has not been dressed, with the post-review

94 Comments
does this have to be plugged in as I want it in the loft?
sleepingwonder17/11/2019 09:21

does this have to be plugged in as I want it in the loft?


Hey, yes

  • Infrared night vision for 24/7 protection
  • Audio Video recording
  • Camera lens is rotatable 360
  • Control the camera via the MiHome App
  • Supports upto 32GB SD Cards
  • Xiaomi WiFi Camera
  • USB charging adapter and USB cable
  • Wall mounting plate with mounting material

    Taken from appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/q…1gl

    I'll add this to the thread


Fyi This is the older model

Mijia H.265 is the newest one
Edited by: "jozski" 17th Nov 2019
Is this suitable for outside?
not sure about some of those 5* reviews

It's good. I've bought a second one. It's fun
In order to travel peace of mind, for my two cat owners to buy, busy to work has not been dressed, with the post-review

simonp9917/11/2019 10:26

not sure about some of those 5* reviews It's good. I've bought a second …not sure about some of those 5* reviews It's good. I've bought a second one. It's funIn order to travel peace of mind, for my two cat owners to buy, busy to work has not been dressed, with the post-review


See issue I do not, dogs playing poker, legit seems 100% my friend. Not sure why complainting
sleepingwonder17/11/2019 09:21

does this have to be plugged in as I want it in the loft?


I can't help wondering why you'd install it in the loft...
sparkykev17/11/2019 12:12

I can't help wondering why you'd install it in the loft...


Uninvited ghosts
Have this model. Not sure if it's just me, but the latest firmware update doesn't let me play back recorded media off sd card. Formatted, swapped, restarted.. Still nothing. Gets stuck on "100% buffering". Anyone else?

*** figured out the problem. Didn't enable storage permission in Mi Home App ***
Edited by: "rapid111111" 18th Nov 2019
Dejaque17/11/2019 11:35

See issue I do not, dogs playing poker, legit seems 100% my friend. Not …See issue I do not, dogs playing poker, legit seems 100% my friend. Not sure why complainting


Under appreciated reply
sleepingwonder17/11/2019 09:21

does this have to be plugged in as I want it in the loft?


Strong username to post content ratio
sparkykev17/11/2019 12:12

I can't help wondering why you'd install it in the loft...


To keep an eye on his tomato plants
sleepingwonder17/11/2019 09:21

does this have to be plugged in as I want it in the loft?


No. It has a Radioisotope Power System. So will last for about 50 years. Come on, what does not plug into a power source?

Now if you meant, does it support a wi-fi connection, that would be another thing. I suggest you reword your question.
Edited by: "Tabintab" 17th Nov 2019
simonp9917/11/2019 10:26

not sure about some of those 5* reviews It's good. I've bought a second …not sure about some of those 5* reviews It's good. I've bought a second one. It's funIn order to travel peace of mind, for my two cat owners to buy, busy to work has not been dressed, with the post-review


All of the reviews on there are automatically translated (Google translate type service) from Chinese, so they sound like that. Actually Google translate gives a worse translation than the provider they use.
sparkykev17/11/2019 12:12

I can't help wondering why you'd install it in the loft...


If ever a squirrel gets into your loft you can watch 'em chew up your ring network cables.

I put one of these up in the loft if ever I hear any unusual noises up there. It's useful because the wildlife tend to hide the moment they hear the loft hatch opening and they're the devil to find let alone catch. (Not this model - I have a few of the Dome 1080s)
Edited by: "Charlesroi" 17th Nov 2019
Charlesroi17/11/2019 17:43

If ever a squirrel gets into your loft you can watch 'em chew up your ring …If ever a squirrel gets into your loft you can watch 'em chew up your ring network cables.I put one of these up in the loft if ever I hear any unusual noises up there. It's useful because the wildlife tend to hide the moment they hear the loft hatch opening and they're the devil to find let alone catch. (Not this model - I have a few of the Dome 1080s)


I'm not sure if you're being serious or not
Is this better than the Yi Dome camera? They look similar but the comments on the Yi always put me off getting it
Edited by: "mgk" 17th Nov 2019
Tabintab17/11/2019 15:16

No. It has a Radioisotope Power System. So will last for about 50 years. …No. It has a Radioisotope Power System. So will last for about 50 years. Come on, what does not plug into a power source?Now if you meant, does it support a wi-fi connection, that would be another thing. I suggest you reword your question.


It could be solar powered!
jozski17/11/2019 09:54

Fyi This is the older model Mijia H.265 is the newest one


is their cloud reliable and free?
durutti17/11/2019 21:15

is their cloud reliable and free?


Not sure if it's reliable but most clouds work on a subscription basis
Dejaque17/11/2019 11:35

See issue I do not, dogs playing poker, legit seems 100% my friend. Not …See issue I do not, dogs playing poker, legit seems 100% my friend. Not sure why complainting


That's deep!
Tabintab17/11/2019 15:16

No. It has a Radioisotope Power System. So will last for about 50 years. …No. It has a Radioisotope Power System. So will last for about 50 years. Come on, what does not plug into a power source?Now if you meant, does it support a wi-fi connection, that would be another thing. I suggest you reword your question.


All the stuff that runs on batteries.
Has anyone ever bought one of these cams at full price? Seems like Yi and Xiaomi are the DFS of security cameras, a new discount deal every day.
Tabintab17/11/2019 15:16

No. It has a Radioisotope Power System. So will last for about 50 years. …No. It has a Radioisotope Power System. So will last for about 50 years. Come on, what does not plug into a power source?Now if you meant, does it support a wi-fi connection, that would be another thing. I suggest you reword your question.


There's a fair few that are battery operated, that don't use that much power because they detect movement and record.
Edited by: "reckoning" 17th Nov 2019
link goes to "Xiaobai Smart Camera PTZ Edition" its not xiaomi at all !!!
quikplaya17/11/2019 23:35

link goes to "Xiaobai Smart Camera PTZ Edition" its not xiaomi at all …link goes to "Xiaobai Smart Camera PTZ Edition" its not xiaomi at all !!! FYI see below


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Given comments about the requirement for being plugged in (unlike say the Ring Doorbell), however the image of the ceiling mounted camera in the OP, what’s the practicality of running a cable to this in a normal house? Would you end up with visible cables everywhere?
sparkykev17/11/2019 12:12

I can't help wondering why you'd install it in the loft...


To check up on his pet, Richard the rat and his mates.
Charlesroi17/11/2019 17:43

If ever a squirrel gets into your loft you can watch 'em chew up your ring …If ever a squirrel gets into your loft you can watch 'em chew up your ring network cables.I put one of these up in the loft if ever I hear any unusual noises up there. It's useful because the wildlife tend to hide the moment they hear the loft hatch opening and they're the devil to find let alone catch. (Not this model - I have a few of the Dome 1080s)


Get a trap cage and put chocolate spread on the tap trigger. Then you'll have to careful remove the angry caged squirrel lololol. Agreed, the local council vermin controller said 1 squirrel is far more destructive than 20 mice or 10 rats.

One of my two cats caught a squirrel but he managed to wriggle free.

I caught one squirrel but it was either angry or rabid. Had to carry the cage with a brick either side and gloves so he couldnt strip my skin. They are vicious things.
demosn17/11/2019 20:54

It could be solar powered!


In this case, will not be good to be kept in the loft or to be used in UK :)))
My Xiaomi imported security cameras don't work in the UK as of the newer updates.

Are these not affected?
Good cameras had one for over a year.
tomwenn18/11/2019 05:04

My Xiaomi imported security cameras don't work in the UK as of the newer …My Xiaomi imported security cameras don't work in the UK as of the newer updates.Are these not affected?


Mine are still OK. Are you using China server and China as your location?
whiteston18/11/2019 09:03

Mine are still OK. Are you using China server and China as your location?


The latest software updates blocked everything for me.
tomwenn18/11/2019 09:10

The latest software updates blocked everything for me.


Thanks... worth knowing and keeping in separate LAN behind a router. (So it can be accessed via internet router but cannot call home).
Edited by: "Peter_M" 18th Nov 2019
sparkykev17/11/2019 12:12

I can't help wondering why you'd install it in the loft...


To keep an eye on his prisoners.
Tabintab17/11/2019 15:16

No. It has a Radioisotope Power System. So will last for about 50 years. …No. It has a Radioisotope Power System. So will last for about 50 years. Come on, what does not plug into a power source?Now if you meant, does it support a wi-fi connection, that would be another thing. I suggest you reword your question.


I feel like that sarcasm is not needed in this forum and should not be accepted anywhere on this site. @sleepingwonder asked a simple question and should not be befuddled with your sarcasm
Can this be access by IP internally? I ‘m thinking of saving it to a Synology NAS.
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