Xiaomi Mijia Smart 720P WiFi IP Camera Pan-Tilt Version £19.10 @ Gearbest
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Xiaomi Mijia Smart 720P WiFi IP Camera Pan-Tilt Version £19.10 @ Gearbest

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Found 13th Nov
Wireless Pan Tilt 360 degrees indoor camera with night vision and motion detection.

Brilliant for indoor surveillance, I'm buying one to use as a baby monitor.

I see some users on YouTube mount it by the front door to monitor their drive. This is an unbelievable price for a pan-tilt camera.

Flash sale, only 125 left.

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By the time you receive it your "baby" will be complaining about invasion of privacy.
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By the time you receive it your "baby" will be complaining about invasion of privacy.

resolution is not full HD. No network connection, I've had so much trouble with these cameras when they are wi/fi only
Edited by: "jasee" 13th Nov

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jasee2 m ago

resolution is not full HD. No network connection, I've had so much trouble …resolution is not full HD. No network connection, I've had so much trouble with these cameras when they are wi/fi only


Do you have network issues with this Xiaomi Mijia range of cameras?

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STEWIEG17 m ago

By the time you receive it your "baby" will be complaining about invasion …By the time you receive it your "baby" will be complaining about invasion of privacy.


I receive Xiaomi stuff from Gearbest within a month. A few arrive in about 2 weeks.

Darude6 m ago

I receive Xiaomi stuff from Gearbest within a month. A few arrive in … I receive Xiaomi stuff from Gearbest within a month. A few arrive in about 2 weeks.

Do you pay import duty?

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MRGRINGO3 m ago

Do you pay import duty?


I never had to. But I know someone who paid import duty for a £150 Xiaomi phone delivered by DHL.

Darude27 m ago

Do you have network issues with this Xiaomi Mijia range of cameras?



no but I've bought similar video cameras and the ap doesn't connect to the camera whatever you. With a network adapter you can always connect through that

Darude12 m ago

I never had to. But I know someone who paid import duty for a £150 Xiaomi …I never had to. But I know someone who paid import duty for a £150 Xiaomi phone delivered by DHL.



Doesb't everyone know: Never bring anything in via DHL, you always get charged

Got the 1080p version of this. Great cam, can access in or out of home remotely fine. Sometimes they get issues, but i think it's Xiaomi controlling server load...these aren't meant to be sold outside.
Only issue is the settings aren't in English although there are instructions showing translations.
Edited by: "rapid111111" 13th Nov

I might be trying to create a smarthome with Xiaomi products but I will give this one a miss. If its anything like the Mi webcam I bought its not going to link up with the app. I read in subsequent posts that it would not work in Europe no matter what server you use........ .will this ?

PS I have never import duty on the 40 or so products that I have bought from Gearbest

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According to their FAQ:

"Q: Can this camera be used in UK?

A: Hello bob, Yes, it can be used in UK. Let me know if you need any help."


Last time I bought a Xiaomi WiFi camera, I found the app to be total crap.

I'm tempted but really have no need for one. I'm just looking for more pointless things that will fail to work when my wifi goes down.
Muuuuuussssstttttt resssiiiissssttttt...

I do hope this model doesn't collect as much data as the Yi Home Camera does. That one allows Xiaomi to collect passwords, even access and use video clips from it. I imagine the privacy policy is the same on this. Ugh. Not for me,

Read the critical reviews on Amazon. com about the Yi Camera and maybe worth buying something else?

jasee16 h, 15 m ago

Doesb't everyone know: Never bring anything in via DHL, you always get …Doesb't everyone know: Never bring anything in via DHL, you always get charged



It seems not. They want faster delivery but they don't think of anything else

Does this have a web GUI for config and viewing, or is the camera only accessible via the app? An increasing number of cameras now (e.g. Vstarcam, Wansview) are moving to app-only access, which is a pain in the *ss

Darude21 h, 8 m ago

According to their FAQ:"Q: Can this camera be used in UK?A: Hello bob, …According to their FAQ:"Q: Can this camera be used in UK?A: Hello bob, Yes, it can be used in UK. Let me know if you need any help."


lol
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