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Astak Pan & Tilt Wireless IP Network Camera Monitoring System with Night Vision, Motion Sensor, and Built-in-Audio

by Astak

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  • H264 video compression algorithm for low bandwidth high definition video
  • Easy 3 step setup
  • Automatic fault recovery and re connection after network interruption
  • Supports simultaneous browsing by up to 10 users
  • Built in DVR which requires SD card
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.9 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 8 x 5 inches
UPC765441307094
Item model numberCM-IP700WIFI
  
Additional Information
ASINB002CGSF66
Best Sellers Rank #149,074 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.9 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The IP 700 Network Camera is a stand alone device which allows you to view live video from anywhere in the world. Using a computer with internet access, you can remotely control the pan and tilt of this camera, monitor, and record video from anywhere in the world. With the IP 700, you can even view from your iPhone. The IP 700 is Mac compatible, and has two way audio functionality. It has H.264 compression technology, which means superior image/video quality. The camera automatically adjusts video frame rate so that you can receive clear, smooth video feeds. Record videos or capture images to the SD card slot in the camera (SD card not included). This camera also has Motion Detection, so you can setup to receive alerts in your email when something happens, or capture a picture. Camera can be mounted to a wall or ceiling. This model connects to wire and wireless networks.

From the Manufacturer

The IP-700 Network Camera is a stand-alone device which allows you to view live video from anywhere in the world. Using a computer with internet access, you can remotely control the pan & tilt of this camera, monitor, and record video from anywhere in the world. With the IP-700, you can even view from your iPhone. The IP-700 is Mac compatible, and has two-way audio functionality. It has H.264 compression technology, which means superior image/video quality. The camera automatically adjusts video frame rate so that you can receive clear, smooth video feeds. Record videos or capture images to the SD card slot in the camera (SD card not included). This camera also has Motion Detection, so you can setup to receive alerts in your email when something happens, or capture a picture. Camera can be mounted to a wall or ceiling. This model connects to wire and wireless networks.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Baumann on July 15, 2010
Pro:
Image quality: Very good. Night vision. Astounding. was able clearly see across a 20ft room in near total darkness. Verified to work with Droid - the cam automatically shifts to a smaller picture size to conserve bandwidth (from 640/480 to 320/240). Image detection works nicely. Email alerts seem to work quite well. DynamicDNS Support built in, though I did not test. Likewise UPnP support.
Remote control via both web and droid is great as well, though the 2 second delay takes getting used to.
Cons:
Yoics. I just don't like having someone else in control of my data. Camera will work just fine without it, if you know how to do port forwarding.
No autofocus. Found this one accidentally - you need to manually adjust the lens focus for the field of interest.
No Zoom. With all the other toys, that would have been great
"capture" and "record" do not work on Macintosh platform - though the support person I chatted with said that they are aware of it.
Wireless: Full disclosure, I'm not sure if this is the router, or the cam but:
Camera claims to support WPA2/AES - During setup, it will "test" the connection, and declare it good. Then pull the ethernet cable and... no network. AES works with other equipment in the house.
I switched it down to WPA/TKIP and the wireless is working fine now.
You had better know what you are doing, as the manual is less than helpful at times. Get your kid to help out :D
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Kucklinca on March 20, 2010
The Astak camera is a nifty little gadget that enables the user to monitor office or home safety and capture creative videos that can be posted to Twitter, Facebook, MySpace etc. The movements of the camera are a little noisy (thus not a 5 star review) but sharing with friends and using the camera right out of the box are as simple as plug n play. The price may be more than other off the shelf webcams but you have more control remotely to permit a touch more creativity by "hiding" the camera and being part of the action!
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By wildcat1 on May 17, 2010
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The only thing good about this experience was that the camera was delivered by the date specified. Other than that it was a horror story. I have excellent Wi-Fi skills and, after 15 hours of attempts to get it to work, I finally returned the item, in total frustration (Amazon did quickly issue a total refund).

I got this camera to work with my Motorola Droid smart phone. I only decided to purchase it , after talking with tech support at Astak. They assured me, that although the ad refers to Iphone compatibility only, they had upgraded it to work with Droids as well.

As advertised, it was easy enough to register the camera (at [...]) and have it "recognized". However, as soon as I tried to get it to work with my Droid phone, it disappeared from the website. Tech support (which never returns call messages or e-mail messages), finally picked-up the phone after about 10 attempts. He advised that my camera was the older "silver" (not black) version, but a simple "firmware" download, would resolve the problem. I did the download, and, as I stated earlier, after 15 hours of work, the camera was never again recognized, or functional, remotely (either through my phone or through my computer).

Because the promises of the camera are so potentially fantastic (night vision, instant notification on my Droid, after any motion activated event, total remote control from that same phone, as well as the capacity to listen and talk, all done through a wireless network) I am not giving up yet. Just to be sure that the camera claims are not totally bogus, I ordered the black version, from a different non-Amazon supplier (on the Amazon website). You see, Amazon, currently stocks only the older "silver" camera, and could not advise me when the black version would be stocked.
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