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Agasio A502W Wireless IP Camera with IR-Cut Off Filter 3.6mm lens 90Degree Viewing Angle, Black

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  • IR-Cut Filter for True Color Images (not washed out) - Wi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g - 640x480 Resolution;
  • 0.3 Megapixel - Two-way audio communication with built in speaker and mic (Superior Audio to Foscam & EasyN)
  • Features an Auto-Iris function which automatically adjusts the lens depending on lighting conditions;
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 4.8 x 7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005A0N1TW
  • Item model number: A502W-B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,034 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 4, 2011

Product Description

The Agasio A502W Wireless IP Camera features a high quality video sensor combined with pan, tilt and an IR-Cut Filter lens for true color images that are not washed out. The camera supports remote internet viewing, motion detection as well as a built in network video recording system. It is smartphone compatible (iPhone, Android & Blackberry) and accessible over the internet using standard browsers (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox & Chrome).

Customer Reviews

Ralph Mendez was very helpful in resolving my problem.
JM HAINES
Agasio appears to participate little on the tech support forum, leaving unanswered customers hanging.
Amazon Customer
Picture quality is great and works well in low light as well.
C. Streetman

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 11, 2012
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I've just spent a few hours playing with my newly delivered Agasio A502W and, while I probably won't return it, I do wish I'd known before purchase what I've learned since.

Agasio is owned by the same parent as Foscam and, as far as I can tell, there's a lot of common technology between the two product lines.

Pros:
- at least initially, the pan/tilt mechanism is whisper quiet, and seems reliable and responsive
- good video quality
- the wireless setup was a little vexing, but no more so than any other wireless IP camera I've set up, and better than some

Cons:
- apparently, significant functions like, say, "Record," are only available in IE with the ActiveX plugin, not in Firefox or Chrome. This is a pretty significant feature gap.
- on Windows 7, I'm unable to set the video record path (where the streaming video is stored on my PC) to point to a non-public directory.
- in Firefox, the browser interface is extremely buggy, bringing up menus mismatched, usually not bringing up the "Browse" dialogs at all, and generally not working well.
- even though the web UI and Agasio's site both claim the camera video stream works with VLC plugins, it does not appear to recognize those plugins after I installed them.
- for each of these issues, I visited their website, which is incomplete (lots of pages like "Download firmware" and "FAQ" are marked as "coming soon") and lacking in any real support information.
- you cannot find a firmware update for this camera anywhere. Apparently Agasio's standard nonhelpful answer is, "every camera ships with the latest version of the firmware." Great... how long ago did my particular camera ship to the dealer? Any chance the firmware's been improved since then?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By johnnyvee on February 8, 2012
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Got two of these Agasio cams several weeks ago and have put them throgh their paces. i have one for the living room with the back door in view and a second one in the kitchen with the front door in view.Bottom line--i'm pretty tech saavy--but it took me a week and a consultation with our radio station engineer to figure out how to "port forward" these are configure them to work via the wireless router--to view on web or mobile phone app. I thought i had to purchase third party software to run them on the internet and/or open an account at dyndns. I discovered i was wrong on both counts. First--if you got to your router manufactuers website--you should be able to go online and access your router IP/web address. Mine is something like 75.36.34.180, etc. By finding out that numberical address--when you configure the camera's software--you can access your camera's online and on a smartphone with browser or app by typing in that address--without third party software. you'll have to assign a "port" number higher than 80--one for each cam. In my case--i chose like 8045 and 8046. so when i type in the address to view them online or smartphone, i typed in like 75.36.34.180:8045. The colon is followed by the port number for that particular cam. do the same for the other cam(s)--just inserting a different port number that you assigned to it. Agasio comes with installation software and a basic viewing template that works fine. bottom line--the colors look great, in focus and good resolution, you can move the cam via the web or smartphone app and each cam has presets that you can choose. you can record using your computer as a dvr. i have mine set on medium motion-detection--and whenever i'm near the closet cam--i set it off-and it records video on my computer. Mine if for home surveillance.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By AM on August 10, 2013
I decided to buy each of the Agasio 502W and Agasio 612W instead of the Foscams since they are the same company - this was a mistake. Stick to the Foscam brand since the Agasio website is nothing but junk and the forums are full of spam. Foscam site is a bit better. Also when planning to use these camera's with surveillance software, Foscam drivers are the most common.

I am using the Agasio 502W with the Synology Disk Station NAS that also has a surveillance software builtin. The Agasio 502W corresponds to the Foscam 8918W and the Agasio 612W with Foscam 8905W for the purposes of the configuration. Also this is an MJPEG camera and not a H264 - so audio is only possible through dedicated apps not through surveillance software like the Synology. Foscam's H264 camera's have audio but from what I hear is difficult to setup and disconnects often.

The Agasio 502W and Agasio 612W both were easy to setup and the web interface, while clunky, worked well enough. You MUST be tech savvy to know Dynamic IP vs Static IP etc. The presets in Agasio 502W are useful - however, they get messed up very easily by a cam viewer and once disturbed, it confuses the surveillance station. I have it setup so that when motion is triggered, it goes trough a preset patrol sequence and records the movie. This has worked well except when the presets are disturbed manually.

Also note that the Agasio 502W has a much wider field of view than Agasio 612W. Also while the Agasio 612W is waterproof, both are meant for freezing temperatures.

I have both Agasio 502W and Agasio 612W setup wirelessly through an Apple Time Machine Airport router to the Synology DS and they have worked well without disconnect. Recordings have also been good and motion detection has worked well.
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