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Foscam FI9928P 1080P HD PTZ with 60m Starvis Night Vision, FREE CLOUD £219.99 - Argos
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
1080P FULL HD VIDEO - Viewable from your computer or mobile devices from anywhere at anytime, providing crystal clear viewing of your home or business VIDEO STOR… Read more
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can get a 5mp reolink 423 for around £150, much better cameras


People still buy Foscam? What, are we still in the 1990s? FOSCAM have never evolved, they are leagues behind others in terms of price and picture quality


Good spot, thanks.


Yeah, like my Dacia is just as good as a Bentley. It’s a car isn’t it?


how are these compared to hikvision cameras (wired) i have the old HD cameras which are all connected up, i understand they now have the POE cameras which are even better, just wondered what these where like

36% discount on FOSCAM FI9900P - £69.99 - Sold by Foscam UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 20th Dec 2017Found 20th Dec 2017
Foscam FI9900P 1080P Full HD WiFi Network CCTV IP Camera, Waterproof with 20 Metre Night Vision and Motion Detection, Micro SD and Cloud Storage. Outdoor Use Driveway/Garden - Silv… Read more
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I am currently playing with a £19 Xiaomi Dafang camera and I am blown away at the image quality. It also has movement tracking. If you only need a few internal cameras I would recommend anyone take a look at these and grab them when on special.


Whats the night performance like on these. I have a 5 year old Foscam that I gave up on as I could never get the contrast right. It was either too dark or too light such that faces just became all white like ghosts. I gave up on it in the end but would like to get it working again really, even if I have to buy a new camera. Thanks


Cat 5 is far better - I now run mine with Cat 5 and a powerline adapter as the wifi was so poor. I tried a number of different aerials but they didn't make a massive difference - range and stability were poor. Mine runs onto a Foscam NVR. In terms of software I use the latest Thanks Nexy I didn't realise you could do that!


Proper PoE is a different beast, and you're right that this isn't a PoE model. Passive injectors and splitters are just a simple hijack of the wire pairs that 10/100mb (non-gigabit) ethernet doesn't need. Put the power in at one end, pull it back out at the other. Cheap, quick and dirty but effectively.


Not being au fait with PoE I didn't think this cam did PoE? The PSUE is 12v and I thought PoE was 48v?

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HotUKDealsPromo in Black Friday Sales on Foscam Products
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Foscam via has dropped prices for its outdoor PoE security IP cameras listed in this Black Friday. Prices ranged from £20.69 to £188.99. I found Foscam FI9901EP 4MP HD o… Read more
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I bought a load of "Lorex" branded cameras from Maplin for under £50, 1080p POE IP cameras, I flashed them with Dahua Software.


Numerous Foscam products are now priced higher than they were before this latest ‘promotion’


Have found the Foscam cams pretty poor. You can get something by a decent make like Dahua for the same money.


No subtitles I'm afraid on CCTV ;)


There are lots of things.... Actually when I found this offer going on I just shared without much checking. You can browse the site for your preferred model. Almost all products there come with discounts (more or less).


I like the WIFI NVR kits 3104W, so easy to use


Once I would have voted this hot. I have a couple of cameras and an nvr. The firmware is buggy on all of them. The nvr that allows me to view my one 1080p camera cannot record at 1080p. The Wi-Fi on the 1080p is dreadful resulting in constant drops. The other cameras have better wifi but a number of other firmware related issues.I'd be very careful before spending good money on Foscam hardware.


The code works Great don't no why cold thanks for posting :D

Foscam C1 720P HD Mini Wireless IP Camera £34.99 Sold by Foscam UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 7th Aug 2017Found 7th Aug 2017
Yes it was cheaper in the last deal but this is a good price. 720P HD VIDEO - View from your computer or mobile devices from anywhere at anytime, providing security with crystal… Read more

Caution when buying: Have just had a delivery of one of these and it is a V1 camera. The current model is the V3 so they are obviously getting rid of old stock as well. The V1 is older hardware so will not accept the current Firmware update. Awaiting an answer from Amazon re replacement.


Foscam really are a (poo) company. They were supposed to offer 700 units at £29.99, but figured it would be better to wait a few days and bump the price up to £34.99.


There's already a post for this. Pity they have now pushed it up by £5 since the weekend.

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Foscam C1 720P HD Mini Wireless Cube IP Camera - £29.99 Sold by Foscam UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 4th Aug 2017Found 4th Aug 2017
On sale at Amazon, with Prime delivery available. Great quality camera. Been using one to monitor the front of my house for a year or so, connected via my Synology NAS. Lovely wide… Read more

Yes, I use mine as a baby monitor and could view it through an app called TinyCam Monitor. You could install this app on any android device. There are plenty of apps that support Foscam. I also have an app installed on an iPad and IP Camera Viewer installed on a pc.


It's the same for me, all works well, but when not in the browser it fails to follow any motion detection rules. I read somewhere that it works OK with FTP to another location, but not so when SD card. Definitely a bug. The other thing is there are now a few versions of this C1, I am using V3 delivered by Amazon, and the firmware for this is different, so perhaps they have forgotten to correct it for this firmware. The quality of the camera and the angle is very good, I would have been very happy keeping the product otherwise.


Seems a bit odd. All I can say is that when I tested it, it worked fine for me with those instructions.


I followed the instructions to record to SD card - but that only works with a browser open as reported on the Foscam support forums.


So under Action Detection, did you set the schedule (fill in the little red blocks) and save it? Edit: Here's the Foscam instructions:

Foscam Black Friday deal - 20℅ off.
Found 25th Nov 2016Found 25th Nov 2016
Foscam black Friday deal. 20℅ off. Discount applied at checkout.
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Thats general for all cameras. The main difference between brands is better support and updates. I don't own a Xiomi camera, but do own quite a few Foscam ones. Generally software bugs and firmware updates will be released more regularly for more well known brands like Foscam.


Is that in general for all cameras or just well received brands? (I was originally looking at the Xiomi one which looked quite low profile)


Choose a strong password and keep the firmware up to date and you'll be fine.


How is the security of attacks from the internet? I've been reading about these cheap ones and they even have built in vulnerabilities...

Foscam security cameras buy 2 get cheapest free
Found 27th Aug 2016Found 27th Aug 2016
All Foscam products. Buy 2 get 3rd free. Ends Monday 29th.
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​agree, not clear how to edit on android app?


​Retailer = Foscam Price = Depends what you order.


OP or mod - the title needs amending to buy three get cheapest free or just three for two


Seems a fair deal .. Buy 2, Get 1 Free. Promotion automatically applied at checkout, valid until 23:59PM Monday 29th August.

Foscam CCTV HD IP Cameras - 3 Models on Prime Day. C1 £36.99 Now, R2 @ 3PM, FI9828P @ 6PM.  @ Amazon Prime Lightning deal
Found 12th Jul 2016Found 12th Jul 2016
Foscam CCTV HD IP Cameras - 3 Models on Prime Day.
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Are you in prison ?


I have 21 cameras and need more, I think every house should have at least 4?


​I don't suppose there's any rooms to rent? ;)


​jammy b a s t a r d lol


Playboy Mansion ;)

Foscam FI9900P 1080P HD IP Smartphone CCTV Camera - 20% Off - £79.99 WAS £99.99
Found 24th Mar 2016Found 24th Mar 2016
Now have two of these for my home, and have just received an Easter offer from Foscam directly, automatically giving 20% off the entire site at checkout. The FI9900P is the first … Read more
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I did mention some bad reviews when I called, and was told there are two Foscam's in the UK. That it was the other site is run by an american company thats support is awful


Not a particularly nice come to buy from. After sales are ****. Avoid

Foscam C1 Lite 720P Wireless Cube Daytime Baby Monitor IP Camera, Mini Wide Viewing Angle Surveillance Webcam, Wi-Fi Connection, Two Way Audio, Motion Detection, Message Push £29.99 Sold by HENGSHUPIENA UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 27th Jan 2016Found 27th Jan 2016
I got one of these at the office and the quality is very clear. For £30.00 I think it's worth it. You can access the camera via app. The setup is straight forward. -----------… Read more
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Is there a camera for around £20-£30 that uses secure servers (not chinese), that has the SD storage option as well, night view and a decent picture resolution?


I've got one and I've been testing it for a day. So far I've lost the link from my iphone to the camera and unable to recreate it despite deleting and then recreating. I then tried to access the camera from a browser. Unfortunately it will not work if your Windows PC is 64 bit. I then used the browser from the laptop which runs on Windows 32 bit but still no connection. So far I have no way see what is on the camera real time. I also could not find anywhere in the phone app (when it did work) on how to send a photo or video clip to my email. Support said it can be done but didn't say how so I'll have to chase up unless I return it for a refund. There was also no way to view local recordings through the phone app.


No problem, hopefully it's as good as you think but I am guessing not!


apology mate.. We got the black one at work.. sorry if i was misleading you guys.. I will find out in a couple of days time as i have ordered a few more for testing.


Taken from the manufacturers website: - IR Range N/A It is a downgrade to the C1 in black and this seems like the downgrade!

Foscam FI9900P 1080P HD IP Camera, Smartphone CCTV. £74.99 @
Found 2nd Dec 2015Found 2nd Dec 2015
Full 1080P High Definition Video at 30fps. Suitable for outdoor use, fully waterproof with IP66 Rating. HDR enabled to automatically correct lights and balances. Wide viewing a… Read more

What do you mean view the NVR remotely? If it's to actually control the NVR fully, then I don't think there are that many consumer level OEM set-ups out there that enable you to do that. Plus any out there are generally only geared up for IE on a Windows PC. If the cameras are ONVIF compatible, then you could use a third party set-up with an old PC. I'm assuming you're able to view a live feed from outside your network though? You could test network speed quiet easily (eg 'LAN Speed Test' for PC) with and without the cameras connected. Unless they are Full HD running at 20+ fps then I doubt they will be taking up too much bandwidth.


Damn, missed it. Father is after a dome camera and this would have been perfect. :(


Looking forward to posting pics of the tea leaves that frequent our area.


Be warmed, Foscam support is ****. I own 6 960p cameras and when I needed a replacement cord for one they weren't interested.


Also I'm tempted to put the cameras on their own router as unsure if they might be slowing down my network?

Foscam C1 720P Mini Wireless Cube Wide Viewing Angle IP Camera - Black £39.99 @ Amazon [Lightning deal]
Found 24th Nov 2015Found 24th Nov 2015
Amazon Lightning Deal, I know its been slightly cheaper but still good price and good reviews - 2 hours left. •1.0MP 720P High Defintion Video •EZLink Plug & Play Technology f… Read more

Price gone up to £50.82 now :(


Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price and merchant to the title. Here’s a ‘Help’ link which gives tips and advice on thread posting.

Foscam C1 720P IP Camera, Smartphone CCTV £37.99 Lightning Deal 30% Off. Dispatched and Sold By Amazon
Found 8th Oct 2015Found 8th Oct 2015
Usually £53.99, ends at 8PM 08/10/2015. The Foscam C1 is the first HD Mini IP Camera boasting incredible features at an affordable price. A gloss mirror design with 11 LEDs hidd… Read more

Doubt it will cover that, too expensive as I'd rather buy a full set of cctv just posted on here


hmm tempted..


Ordered, thanks! Now to catch the kids on film that have scratched my car and posted a load of stones in my engine!!!

20% off EVERYTHING this Easter Weekend using voucher code @ Foscam UK
Found 2nd Apr 2015Found 2nd Apr 2015
Enter code 'EASTER' to get 20% off anything and everything on their website It's for some reason, every time I edit/update it, it doesn't save it!
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Thanks, I will go for the nvr at £40


You need to go to not click on the link


Just tried the code and it says invalid


Dunno why my post got deleted? Ive been using an older version of blue iris for quite a while which is installed on my HP micro server and it does the job brilliantly. I have 2x ip cams and 1 usb cam connected to mine all with motion detection etc. Well worth the money IMO, I might actually pay to upgrade mine to V4


Sorry, never used this software. Only the software that comes with the Cameras

Foscam FI9821P (Plug&Play) Wireless N 720P HD £62.49 with code (or 2 for £113.98)
Found 2nd Apr 2015Found 2nd Apr 2015
Foscam FI9821P (Plug&Play) Wireless N 720P HD £62.49 (or 2 for £113.98) delivered. @ FoscamUK I had been looking to buy a Foscam ip camera and registered on their website, s… Read more

My friend got the same device from eBay..I got Product ID from him because I am going to buy it Product ID :- 161241367538




These "security" cameras are still way overpriced. My partner just bought a 12 MegaPixel camera for his car and it only cost £24.00 the detail at maximum quality chugging 30fps is astounding.


They ignore any and all requests to cease sending newsletters too!


lol and they are easy as anything to hack as they still have not fully patched the firmware

Foscam FI9853EP PoE 720P HD IPCamera (External/IP66/Weatherproof) £69.99 (or 2 for £132.98) delivered. @ FoscamUK
Found 9th Mar 2015Found 9th Mar 2015
I installed a couple of FI9805E IP cameras last year (at £120 each) and wanted to add some more coverage around the house. I was expecting I'd have to spend another £120 per camera… Read more

I run Zoneminder on Linux on an old laptop as well as iSpy64 on a windows machine. iSpy64 is by far the easiest to configure.


I use Xprotect Go from Milestone to monitor my Qvis AMB-MB2 2MP cameras. I have 4 of them, using POE from a Netgear GS108PE. Xprotect Go is free and will allow you to monitor up to 8 cameras, being Windows it does require decent hardware. I have just upgraded my NVR PC to an i3 laptop with 4GB of ram which now seems to run fine. Before the upgrade it was running the 4 cameras on an old Dell Optiplex 380 (intel E7500) which was OK but a bit slow. Like pgregg mentions above I also have a HP Microserver which I use to share a 2TB hard drive via iscsi to the laptop as the storage. All in all it works floorlessly, recording is set to always and motion detection. The old small bug bear is that Xprotect Go being free will only allow you to keep the last 5 days of recordings before it writes over it. For me this is of no issue but thought I would mention it as it might affect some. Obviously you can upgrade to different levels of Xprotect but for me it had to be free software :-)


Thanks for your detailed response however, I need a solution for a windows machine. Did some digging and Blue Iris might be what I am looking for.


I'm running Zoneminder on linux. I also have a HP microserver - fantastic little box and more than capable of running 4 cameras.. tho I don't use mine for the cameras. Anyway, I don't know how it works on windows, but in zoneminder there are several options to tell it how to record. - None – The monitor is currently disabled. No streams can be viewed or events generated. Nothing is recorded. - Monitor – The monitor is only available for live streaming. No image analysis is done so no alarms or events will be generated, and nothing will be recorded. - Modect – or MOtion DEteCTtion. All captured images will be analysed and events generated with recorded video where motion is detected. - Record – The monitor will be continuously recorded. Events of a fixed-length will be generated regardless of motion, analogous to a conventional time-lapse video recorder. No motion detection takes place in this mode. - Mocord – The monitor will be continuously recorded, with any motion being highlighted within those events. - Nodect – or No DEteCTtion. This is a special mode designed to be used with external triggers. In Nodect no motion detection takes place but events are recorded if external triggers require it. I tried them all, and the one that is most useful to me is "MoCord". Every frame is recorded and written to disk. Any motion that it detects (using custom zones that I can configure via the web interface, and above a specific threshhold) it sets an "Alarm" on those frames. I also have a scheduled task that checks disk space and goes through removing old recorded frames - so it self-manages. I get about 1 month of continuous recording for 2 cameras. On the management web page, I can see how many alarms happened that day and it gives me short cuts to click and watch those videos. If there is something I want to keep, there is an archive button. I click that and it never gets deleted. The reason for my choice of record everything + alarm on motion is that, sometimes, motion detection sucks and it just misses things. This way if I know something happened that was too small to trigger a motion detection in a zone... like the neighbours dog taking a dump at the end of my driveway, I can pan through and see it anyway.


Currently 2 cameras at 960p (1.3Mp), running off a *very* low powered D525 Atom based computer. I wrote about the server here It is getting on a bit now having been through a few different uses. Finally settling on being the ZM server. 2GB ram and 2x2TB harddisks. Load sits on average at 0.8, so I may have to tweak things to see if I can get it to handle 4 cameras. I'll probably just lower the framerate to 3fps and switch the 920p cameras to 720p. I don't have any capture cards - that would be only for analogue cameras. Switch is a 8 port 1Gb POE switch (with just 4 ports POE) Obviously these cameras don't have Gb connections, so they run at (iirc) 100Mb. No issues with networking.

Foscam FI9805W £103.74 @ Amazon
Found 11th Dec 2014Found 11th Dec 2014
Great price, I have 3 of them now on my system running BLUE IRIS. Foscam's are the most reliable I have used, with excellent picture quality and proper night vision!
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Think I'd wait till after Christmas....might get another pound off ;)


RRP 104.99, wow what a deal!


Possibly missed the point of night vision there...


I have to say the night vision goes to pot if my security light comes on- it's better with the light off!


I use mine from the Ethernet connected to network home plugs, much more stable than wireless, never had problems

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