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Sony A5000 20MP Compact System Camera with 16-50mm Lens - £274.99 @ Argos
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Good camera for starting YouTube as you have a flip screen so can see yourself when recording. It is available from Argos and has a 16-55mm lens, 20.1mp and can record 1080p video.
hmmm if you can live with the brown id go for the gx80 at JL which ends up at 299 over this one

this a good camera but isn't cheap enough to be a bargain
yiu28 m ago

How would this compare to a Canon 700D for video quality? I'm struggling …How would this compare to a Canon 700D for video quality? I'm struggling to get lighting to look natural with the Canon.


Dpreview website?
How would this compare to a Canon 700D for video quality? I'm struggling to get lighting to look natural with the Canon.
Here you go dave33146938-h9vDP.jpg
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Campark Waterproof 4K 16MP Sports Action Wifi Camera - £49.99 Sold by Campark Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Campark Direct by Amazon offer Waterproof 4K Action Camera for £49.99. Get an extra £10 off with promo. Brand & Model: Campark ACT76 2.0'' LCD Screen 170° Wide Angle Underwat… Read more
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bet this is poo.

Get a real camera the yi lite for £69 on amazon. Was posted on hotels today.
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Canon CS100 photo sharing £29 at Canon Store
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Spotted the deal, not tried the product yet but for £19 willing to give it a go. If it’s junk you could possible strip it for the drive. £3.99 postage for orders under £30 but I a… Read more
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julieallen4 h, 24 m ago

£69 on ebay


Did not say ebay. Canon store £69 minus £40 = 29 plus postage
cmwpds1014 m ago

Still available at this price


£69 on ebay
Edited by: "julieallen" 13th Jan
Still available at this price
Just received mine ordered boxing Day
Bought 2 at £19 each last time around. Reviews mediocre but there is a software update available which may make the software a bit more usable. Not used them yet. anyone tried it out ?
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Wireless Pan Tilt 720P HD WIFI Security Network Night Vision Camera -  £12.76 @ Banggood
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Thought this price was worth a punt for this WIFI camera. I've been using this for a few months now and it's been great. Features: -WiFi smart net camera -Support for multiple pla… Read more
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Hi, has anyone who has one of these got any tips? Such as which android app they use for it? Thanks.
Load of rubbish, doesnt connect to network, turn it on and it says " ap established"....the pc app is rubbish, the android app dosnt work and the instructions are boyond anything ive seen.

Dont bother, mine is going in the bin.
potnoodle9 m ago

DO you have virgin...might be an idea to turn off 5ghz temporary and …DO you have virgin...might be an idea to turn off 5ghz temporary and connect to the camera first then turn 5ghz back on, in the router....I think ur fone might be connected to 5ghz wifi thats why ur camera cant connect to your fone. Virgins latest hub has 5ghz and 2.4ghz together so it only shows 1 wifi to connect to on ur fone...the older hubs let u choose on ur fone which wifi u want to connect to, or it usually connects to the strongest signal.


I have sky broadband for now but i bought this to check on our cat while on holiday but its to temperamental to rely on
bigmike202848 m ago

I still could not get the camera to work however i received a Dogoo hd …I still could not get the camera to work however i received a Dogoo hd camera today and after a few minutes it kind of works i could only use it wired and keeps cutting out saying network connection error but its better than nothing.



DO you have virgin...might be an idea to turn off 5ghz temporary and connect to the camera first then turn 5ghz back on, in the router....I think ur fone might be connected to 5ghz wifi thats why ur camera cant connect to your fone.

Virgins latest hub has 5ghz and 2.4ghz together so it only shows 1 wifi to connect to on ur fone...the older hubs let u choose on ur fone which wifi u want to connect to, or it usually connects to the strongest signal.
lnz9 h, 57 m ago

I wonder why could it be that I feel uneasy to stick in my WiFi network a …I wonder why could it be that I feel uneasy to stick in my WiFi network a nameless network device, sold by what is to all extent and purposes an unaccountable and unreacheable seller across the world?


I agree but do you really think the established brands are really that more accountable and cannot easily be hacked etc
YI 4K Action Camera 12MP Action Cam WIFI, HD Video 4K/30fps 60Mbps £169.99 Sold by YI Official Store UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Excellent camera with a great sensor. This shoots true 4k not interpolated footage like other cheap cameras. Cheapest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel . Techmoan r… Read more
Johnmcl722 h, 58 m ago

Unless you really need 60fps at 4K, I'd say no - the new plus version of …Unless you really need 60fps at 4K, I'd say no - the new plus version of the camera is a lot more expensive and doesn't add that much. £170 is a great price for the Yi 4k and I'm tempted to get a second one.John


Thank you
Goal22 h, 42 m ago

Ahh.. I just bought this... Should I get the newer one instead? TIA


Unless you really need 60fps at 4K, I'd say no - the new plus version of the camera is a lot more expensive and doesn't add that much. £170 is a great price for the Yi 4k and I'm tempted to get a second one.

John
OH look, another action camera deal...
Bought one a while back.
Excellent camera.
herby24716 m ago

Heat added!This is a fantastic price for this "GoPro …Heat added!This is a fantastic price for this "GoPro killer"........believe it this is the real deal!Be aware there is a newer version of this camera out now that does 60FPS, however both are NOT waterproof like the latest GoPro's, however you can buy a case, the official Yi one can be had on Amazon too along with the sublimely good selfie stick they do!Has been on offer at the £155 ish mark on Aliexpress before, but never seen it this low on Amazon UK.Here's a few video reviews to the camera in the OP's deal....[Video] [Video] [Video]

Ahh.. I just bought this... Should I get the newer one instead? TIA
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Foscam C1 720P HD Mini Wireless IP Camera £34.99 Sold by Foscam UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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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
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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.
dealtime5 h, 17 m ago

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



Foscam really are a 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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Original Xiaomi xiaofang Smart 1080P WiFi IP Camera  - WHITE £15.91 @ Gearbest
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I have been setting these up for use at home for friends and family. Very pleasantly surprised by the image and device quality (in keeping with other Xiaomi products I have). Set u… Read more
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Got mine from lightinthebox when it was on offer and it arrived in just under 5 weeks.

The firmware version it came with was 3.0.3.56 and there is an article here that talks you through the steps of how to get back to it, if you have updated to a firmware that doesn't work with the hack.

I used the latest Mi Home app version off APK Mirror (v.4.1.42) to setup the camera.

The cheapo Android phone I used refused to let the Mi Home app lookup the WiFi networks (error: couldn't find any available Wi-Fi network) when trying to do the inital setup of the camera via the app. Once I used my old Nexus 7 tablet instead the setup of the camera with the app/wifi network worked instantly.

Next my ancient 2GB MicroSD card appears to have been incompatible or something. I got the 2 pong noises after inserting it and was able to get to the camera's web server, but it listed none of the scripts under manage scripts. Also Fing only showed services on port 80 for the camera.
After an hour or two of mucking around with the image writing tool and even trying to create partitions manually I finally replaced the generic card with a 16GB Sandisk and all started to work as intended.

The camera is now working with VLC and even my Synology Surveilance Station. Bargain at £15, but I would not pay £30 for it. Image saturation and frame rate are a bit meh and the camera gets quite hot.

The video bitrate that the Xiaufang works at is insane. Acording to VLC my cheap £40 1080p/2MP Zxtech TROPOX II CCTV cameras do 2 - 4Mbit/sec (dependant on how busy the image is). The Xiaufang is doing 6 - 9Mbit/sec all day long, yet its image looks much much worse than that of my Tropox cameras.
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Ordered hope it's easy to set up
tattertatter3 h, 2 m ago

For anyone who knows about this sort of thing a quick question... Would …For anyone who knows about this sort of thing a quick question... Would this or a similar priced alternative allow me to be alerted to movement (ideally send me an image via an app or email) and let me view a live stream via my mobile whilst I am not connected to the same Wi-Fi network. I will be either on my phone network or on another Wi-Fi network. (Abroad if that makes any diffence.) Thanks in advance .


Although I've not tried it, comments like this imply that it should work with Open Source Windows software iSpyConnect
Edited by: "djgibbon" 14th Jun 2017
For anyone who knows about this sort of thing a quick question...

Would this or a similar priced alternative allow me to be alerted to movement (ideally send me an image via an app or email) and let me view a live stream via my mobile whilst I am not connected to the same Wi-Fi network. I will be either on my phone network or on another Wi-Fi network. (Abroad if that makes any diffence.)

Thanks in advance .

Anyone buying one should at least be aware of this site - github.com/sam…cks - replacement firmware which can disable all the phoning home and give you a straight RTSP stream
Digoo BB-M2 Mini WiFi IP Camera £16.73 @ Banggood
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Digoo BB-M2 Mini WiFi HD 720P Home Security Camera. Supports ONVIF, RTSP stream, works with TinyCam, can be viewed in a web browser and has IR-Cut. Not 1080p but looks good to me.… Read more
Anyone got this to work as an ONVIF camera with iSpy or IP Centcom? I got it to work as an RTSP camera with IP Centcom (rtsp://IP_ADDRESS:10554/tcp/av0_0) and iSpy (rtsp://USERNAME:PASSWORD@IP_ADDRESS:10554/tcp/av0_0).
Edited by: "dwl99" 1st Apr 2017
melted

Cloud access is apparently vulnerable too, and this model is one of the … Cloud access is apparently vulnerable too, and this model is one of the many listed. The researcher was able to retrieve the configuration file from a camera using a modified cloud app that sent blank credentials to the camera. That should give an attacker the cameras login details, plus the login for the user's email account if they've set up motion detection emails. https://pierrekim.github.io/blog/2017-03-08-camera-goahead-0day.htmlThe best approach would be to run a VPN server for remote access.Same goes for any IP Camera that you don't want publicly viewable.



Id go as far as shoving them on a separate VLAN with all outbound communication to the internet blocked but that requires kit most people won't have at home.

If ONVIF worked then they might be useful with something like blueiris or zoneminder but as they stand at the moment they're not that interesting
Spearshake

Hi watch the fast configuration statement I have one for 4 days now there … Hi watch the fast configuration statement I have one for 4 days now there were no instructions and despite several attempts I still have not connected to wifi even following on line info very frustrating..



​mine didnt come with any instructions either, downloaded app, tried that app audio set up, but it just gave me the camera name. I did the wifi set up in the app and it found it, it seemed to connect and work then after a few minutes thought. no idea what password was but changing it to a new one was straightforward.
It works, but its nothing special, touchscreen response on mobile is like a five year old laptop. you wouldnt get very far tracking something or someone.
But hey its £16 has ptz zoom and can email (and probably China) if something happens
Shoppaholic16

Thanks for the reply. I've had a look at the 12v adapter and the USB … Thanks for the reply. I've had a look at the 12v adapter and the USB step down module you suggested on eBay.I can see where the USB from the camera would connect to the step down module but I can't seem to see where the 12v adapter would connect on the module? Kind regards




That has solder pads for the 12v supply, here's some alternatives that could be used without soldering:-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/262880081034

ebay.co.uk/itm…242?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

ebay.com/itm…330?hash=item5d5c571c82:g:YpsAAOSwLVZV1Sm3

Voltage drop can also be reduced by using wire with thicker conductors than normally found in USB cables.
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dwl99

Can anyone recommend software to run on a Raspberry Pi2 running Raspbian … Can anyone recommend software to run on a Raspberry Pi2 running Raspbian Jessie Lite that can be used to record motion-triggered video and stills from this camera? Ideally with a user-friendly GUI?


Look at MotionEyeOs. I'm not sure it works with this but works great with compatible webcams
Xiaomi Smart 1080P WiFi IP Camera Official Version - £19.15 with code at Gearbest
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Unsure if this is the exact same model as the previously posted model but it looks the same (although it's a different page on Gearbest worded slightly differently). Only differe… Read more
If anyone is thinking of buying one of these, DON'T. The new version doesn't work anywhere outside mainland China. The old ones (with a pinhole setup button) worked if you set the app location to mainland China. The new ones have a mac address beginning 34 and have a proper setup button rather than a pinhole. These do not work anywhere outside of China.
Thanks for the heads up on the price decrease, but I wonder what the difference is as this is listed as the European and American version for this price, they still have the non European one at the higher price.
Just to confirm, the motion alerts WILL notify you when you are away from home,
but your phone does need to be connected to the internet.

I'm on PAYG, but I happened to be at a friends house using their wifi and my cat triggered the camera.
One of these things could easily replace a burglar alarm.

and it's back up for £20.74
gearbest.com/ip-…tml
I pulled the external router cable before trying to look at the motion detection clips, and it can't display them.
Put the cable back in and it can.
So these videos are definitely being stored some place else, presumably China.


I also bought a couple of 16gb micro sdhc cards, £1.38 for one
They are branded as Sandisk (but that's meaningless in a world of fakes), but they have a reduced capacity of 7gb, hence the bargain price
look for "elizabeth001194" on eBay if you like - I'm not affiliated, they were just the cheapest.

They seem to record video OK
(you have to set it to continuous recording, just by pressing 'record')


Edited by: "horsey" 31st Mar 2017
horsey

I'm not getting any stored clips now?So you are getting a full days worth … I'm not getting any stored clips now?So you are getting a full days worth being stored and you can view any recording?



Stored clips are only available if you turn on motion detection. You will get a 15s clip every 5 minutes. So there is a dead time of 4m 45s where nothing will be recorded even if there is motion. These are stored remotely and you access them through the Video Record option.

Since I'm only recording the outside of my house I'm not fussed on privacy. Obviously wouldn't want to be recording my kids.
Edited by: "k9plus1" 28th Mar 2017
£31.49 Motorola Focus 66 - Indoor HD Wireless IP Camera + Free Delivery @ Ebuyer
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Motorola Focus 66 - Indoor HD Wireless IP Camera Currys: £37.99 Argos: £69.99 Reviews here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00LFNBOB0/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&am… Read more
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have one and thinking of returning - everything sent to their servers which can be worrying! even when using hacked internal feed it's still poor imo
OOS
While the footage is not exactly UHD quality they are reliable and are good enough to keep an eye on your property and pets.
daver77

No it doesn't.....where on the Ebuyer page does it say it's permanently … No it doesn't.....where on the Ebuyer page does it say it's permanently main powered? Motorola/Binatone do make rechargeable devices hence the question.



Yes, it actually does.......£31.49 Motorola Focus 66 - Indoor HD Wireless IP "WIRELESS IP (Internet Protocol)" Camera + Free Delivery @ Ebuyer

So, are you saying you read the item description and Technical specifications and still asked that question?

Just ask for clarification or advise, if you don't understand how certain technologies or devices work, instead of stating the OPs title is misleading, as its not!
bootneck42

Its really NOT misleading at all, as it has Wireless Internet Protocols … Its really NOT misleading at all, as it has Wireless Internet Protocols (IP), as stated by the OP, and the Op has also kindly provided a link to the item on Ebuyer, which explains all this in detail!Thanks OP, heat added.



No it doesn't.....where on the Ebuyer page does it say it's permanently main powered? Motorola/Binatone do make rechargeable devices hence the question.

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WiFi SJ4000 Waterproof Camera half price £26.51 from EUBanggood.com NOT SJCAM
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I was browsing Banggood EU website and they have a clearance sale with lots of items half price using code EU0505. This is NOT the SJCAM SJ4000 and seems to have mixed reviews. M… Read more
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If you have an original SJ4000 model there should be a serial number sticker in the battery bay . At least there is with mine ,although it 'bricked' after I did a firmware update using a file from the SJ4000 website .
My new cheapy camera has no sticker but is almost identical , picture quality looks the same .
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I received my camera today and it appears that it is the genuine SJCAM SJ4000 Wifi model.


Edited by: "sergiogurtos" 7th Jan 2016
got one for dog on his go pro mount
and one for kids to knock around with
I have no issues except for their customer service which is not good
My camera has just arrived from Banggood. Looks an exact copy to my late , deceased original SJ4000 . The old case fits the new cam , hopefully the spare batteries will to. I'm certainly not expecting a top quality camera but for the money it's not bad .
I didn't like the SJ4000 ,it was used on my quadcopter and on certain views the horizon was circular ,I know the earth is not flat.....................but this isn't as bad on my Runcam.
Good find ,cheers OP .

update: Just tried it , very good I must say , quality looked as good as my SJ4000 . A very wide angle ,good clear picture indoors . You can zoom in to the image which gets rid of the circular edge but naturally the picture is grainy once zoomed . Sadly the battery bay is a tad smaller than the SJ4000 so my spare battery's don't fit but still overall a good buy .
Edited by: "ricko" 6th Jan 2016
MrFizzy

Did you order one? I did and I've had an email to say it's shipped. … Did you order one? I did and I've had an email to say it's shipped. Listing is however now removed due to 'listing error'. Probably realised listed too cheap. Either seller is doing the decent thing and sending out the ones ordered at a loss, or just saying he's sent them and will then refund the money when we eventually get fed up of waiting for the non-existent item to arrive. We'll see.



I did order one and got the same, seller had sold 20 on 3rd according to their sales history and another 48 on this one before ending the listing. So maybe they are sending them out, only time will tell.
Y-Cam WIRELESS Indoor HD security camera with FREE cloud storage £104.99 Save 30%
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Use code BACK2SCHOOL at checkout to get 30% off. Offer ends Monday. £139.99 on Amazon, so at £104.99 these are a good price. These are great quality cameras with FREE cloud stora… Read more
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snoopy18

Have you a link to the system or similar , I thought they would be too … Have you a link to the system or similar , I thought they would be too big to hide



​i have adapted a pir case to hide the camera lens, you can buy the pir cameras about 15 on eBay and wire them in
srp111

i use one of my cameras inside, hidden at top of stairs


Have you a link to the system or similar , I thought they would be too big to hide
snoopy18

Totally different products , this is for inside the house It was £100 not … Totally different products , this is for inside the house It was £100 not long ago on amazon , so does drop in price


i use one of my cameras inside, hidden at top of stairs
Surely you can get the same effect with a std CCTV IP camera for about 25 quid from ebay? (less the cloud storage).?
srp111

I bought a 720 hd with 8 cameras, 1tb dvr and cloud backup for 260, off … I bought a 720 hd with 8 cameras, 1tb dvr and cloud backup for 260, off ebay, loads of different kits available, so for one camera it's expensive


Totally different products , this is for inside the house
It was £100 not long ago on amazon , so does drop in price
Amazon TRENDnet TV-IP743SIC Wi-Fi Baby Cam £29.99 delivered
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Amazon price matched eBuyer price, now £29.99 delivered too. Dispatched within2 to 4 weeks tho.
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Corranga

Thanks, maybe I need a re think. Wifi signal in my garage is pretty poor … Thanks, maybe I need a re think. Wifi signal in my garage is pretty poor anyway..



I am not sure it would be the best for the garage. I think that if, maybe, you get some lights with moving sensors that could help to produce a better footage About the wifi range, try some powerline adaptors. Altogether that should be about 70 quid!
Thanks, maybe I need a re think. Wifi signal in my garage is pretty poor anyway..
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Corranga

How wide angle is this, and how realistic is the 5 metre infrared, and … How wide angle is this, and how realistic is the 5 metre infrared, and how good is the image in the dark? thinking this could make a good garage security camera...




not too wide to be honest, I would say about 20o or less...
How wide angle is this, and how realistic is the 5 metre infrared, and how good is the image in the dark?
thinking this could make a good garage security camera...
Btw it is a great camera. Had it a while now.
TRENDnet WiFi Baby Monitoring Camera £29.99 delivered @ Ebuyer
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leeomendes23

Pretty much anything connect on the internet can be hacked, if misused. … Pretty much anything connect on the internet can be hacked, if misused. Just configure a proper strong password and in my opinion you won't have problem Sort of "62Pa$sW0rd@5"



awesome... have set all my passwords to that... thanks
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neilsmith23

does this work like a normal baby monitor as in having a separate speaker … does this work like a normal baby monitor as in having a separate speaker to listen too?




It has a speaker which you can use to talk with the baby. It also got a microphone to hear what the baby is saying, kind of a walkie talkie too. 2 in 1 devie :-) hahaha

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neilsmith23

does this work like a normal baby monitor as in having a separate speaker … does this work like a normal baby monitor as in having a separate speaker to listen too?



No receiving device with this, it's designed to work with your PC or an App on your iPhone or Android device.
does this work like a normal baby monitor as in having a separate speaker to listen too?
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ummAmatullah

IP cameras can be hacked into?



Pretty much anything connect on the internet can be hacked, if misused. Just configure a proper strong password and in my opinion you won't have problem Sort of "62Pa$sW0rd@5"
Motorola security camera with motion detection £40 @ Homebase
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Motorola security camera for just over just over £40. Add a 5p screw so you get 20% discount for anything over £50 until Jan 2 (£49.99 on promo now - full price £69.99). Easy to s… Read more
Graham1979

The camera supports 'HD' video at 1280x720, but that video is at a low … The camera supports 'HD' video at 1280x720, but that video is at a low framerate and heavily compressed even when viewing on a local network. All recording functions are pushed off to a cloud application from another company called Hubble, and most features will require an additional subscription. Pricing was not announced at the time I am writing this review.You got to pay to use their cloud



Boo!!! I don't want to pay even MORE money to use it properly!
The camera supports 'HD' video at 1280x720, but that video is at a low framerate and heavily compressed even when viewing on a local network. All recording functions are pushed off to a cloud application from another company called Hubble, and most features will require an additional subscription. Pricing was not announced at the time I am writing this review.

You got to pay to use their cloud
Dagk

What does this record on to? Or does it not save its recordings?



Keen to know this, if it doesnt record then its pretty much useless as a cctv camera
Looks interesting, nice price too.
What does this record on to? Or does it not save its recordings?
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