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EasyN FS-613B-M166 Wireless/Wired Pan & Tilt IP Camera with 15 Meter Night Vision and 3.6mm Lens (67° Viewing Angle) - Black Tarnish NEWEST MODEL

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  • Simple to setup, Friendly GUI, DIY installation
  • Free self-developed DDNS bounded,High image & video quality
  • Support up to 10 languanges, 9-ch IE browser view,64-ch super-client software view
  • Mobile view allow you remote viewing & record from anywhere anytime
  • Allow remote Pan/Tilt control (Pan:270°& Tilt:90°)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 3.9 x 4.8 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005540H5E
  • Item model number: FS-613B-M166
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (189 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #440 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 9, 2011

Product Description

Features:
Support 10 languages,9-ch view via IE browser
Free domain name bounded
Wi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g
Mobile view allow you remote viewing & record from anywhere anytime
Suport Pan/Tilt control (Pan:270°& Tilt:90°)
15 Preset positions
Two-way audio monitoring
Built-in IR-Cut function
Auto IR-LED illumination for night vision(up to 10 metres)
Certified by Microsoft activeX, no worry to be invaded by virus

Superiority: Support monitor via computer and most of intelligent cellphone on the market(such as Android ,Iphone cellphone
mobile software: Provide special software in the iPhone or android mobile phone
DDNS(free): Built in free DDNS system,like http://demo.easyn.hk, 'demo' is serial code
CMS software: EasyN multi-window mangement software
System security: Supports three-level account, password, user multi-level authority management

OS: Embedded Linux OS
Microcomputer processor: 32Bit RSIC Embedded Processor

Network interface: RJ-45 10/100Mb self-adaptable Ethernet slot
Protocol: Support TCP/IP、HTTP、ICMP、DHCP、FTP、SMTP、PPPoE etc.
Wireless: WIFI,802.11 b/g
IP mode: Dynamic IP address, static IP address, PPPOE

Video Compression format: Motion-JPEG
Signal system: CMOS 300,000 pixel
Frame rate: 1-25fps
Resolution: VGA(640*480),QVGA(320*240) ,QQVGA(160*120)
Image adjustment: Brightness, contrast
WB, BLC: Auto
LUX: 0.3LUX/F1.2
SNR: >48dB
Lens: Standard: 3.6mm
Audio: Compression format: G.711/G.726

Filter switch: Can auto-switch automatically, without color cast
Environment: indoor use
Power supply: 5V 2A
System requirement: Microsoft Win98 SE/ME/2000/XP,Vista,Win7,Internet Explorer8.0
Accessories: Power adapter,CD,manual,warranty card,srews ,bracket ,antenna

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Not easy at all to set up and install to the computer.
dhale
The instructions is written and translated from Chinese and the software is not user-friendly.
B. H. Adams
The camera has excellent quality and the pan features make it a high value for the dollar.
Saad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By jammendolia on June 19, 2012
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I've read the negative reviews, and let me just say that I suspect the people writing them were just a little confused about how to set up and operate these cameras. I agree that the directions are terrible! (I mean really bad) but if you've got any level of technical know-how, you wont have any trouble figuring these things out.

Here's some help getting them set up:

Note: If you're configuring multiple cameras, I recommend you do the configuration one camera at a time. Leave additional cameras unplugged to prevent any confusion while obtaining settings information.

First, you can't just plug the camera in and expect it to work if you have a wireless network that requires a passkey to connect. (You do protect your network, don't you?!) In fact, I thinkg the wireless settings are disabled by default anyway. So, to get on the network, connect the camera to your wireless router using the provided network cable. This way it can get on the network without needing a password (This is exactly what they say to do in step one in the user's manual).

Next, insert the CD, and it should auto-run - Oh, I guess I should point out that this part of the instructions are for Windows based PCs. If you're running mac/*nux, then I suggest you borrow a windows laptop or run a virtual windows install to get this done. (Too bad they didn't supply a native app). If you're technical enough though, I'm sure you can figure out how to find your cam on the network. If so, then you wont even need to run the CD. (Hint: look at your router's DHCP client list.)

Assuming you are on Windows; When the EasyN window appears, click on "Search IP Camera". On the "Select Mode" screen, click the "Advance Mode" button.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By avmaniac on January 16, 2012
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It's easy to set up for LAN access. Almost plug and play. It took me a few hours to figure out how to set it up for internet access though.

Here are some tips.

1. Be sure to set up your router for port forwarding. Usually from port 80(external) to 81(internal).
2. The URL is ????.dns.ipcam.hk instead of ????.ipcam.hk as described in the set up software and outside of the box.
3. The default username/password to access the URL is admin/. The other password on the box is for DDNS.

The manual sucks. But once you get beyond the setup, the quality of the cam is great. No need for me to say more. Just get one... Read more
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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful By N. L. Lambert on November 3, 2011
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The camera has excellent quality and the pan features make it a high value for the dollar. I am disappointed in the iphone/ipad software. It does't seem to get the camera to load at all. I have tried it both with 3G and with a local wifi connection and the software still doesn't work. I don't have any problems viewing security cameras through commercial services on my iphone or ipad.

The documentation isn't very clear either. I took my relatively advanced level of networking skills to get the camera to work over the internet. They had a domain that they use, that is supposed to work, but I could not get it to work. I had to manually configure a port through the router's firewall, and finally guess at the IP address of the camera to work. Once I did that, it worked very well over the internet. IE9 version of the software the comes with it likes to crash, and the software for the other web browsers tend to be sluggish, especally when trying to pan

Bottom line is this is an excellent camera if you are looking to use it on a PC inside the same network it is on. If that is how you use the camera, it is easy to use. If you are planning on using it on a PC over the internet, it will be a test of your networking skills the you may enjoy. I don't know if I enjoyed the test, but I did enjoy passing the test. If you are planning on viewing it on your iphone or ipad, this is not the camera for you.

I give the software 1.5 stars, but the camera is a solid 5 star. If they would fix the software this would be a first class product at an excellent price.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Campbell on September 24, 2011
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First of all, kudos to Amazon and Topsources for the fast shipping!

The cam is exactly as pictured. It feels sturdy and seems well-made. I was excited to unbox it and get it going. My excitement lasted three minutes.

I attached the antenna, connected it directly to my laptop with an ethernet cable, and plugged it in. The Infra-red LEDs came on immediately, and I watched in fascination as it went through a full POST (power-on-self-test). It panned and tilted through a full range of motion, then settled at "straight ahead" with a few degrees of up-tilt. So far so good! It answered pings on the default IP and the web interface worked.

I put the CD into my laptop and chose the advanced option. I'm a network ops manager and I refuse to do anything the "easy" way when it comes to networking :). The setup software found the camera and allowed me to configure basic network settings. I set the IP, netmask, and DNS for my network. I didn't see any wireless settings so I assumed that I would set that up later. I saved my changes and the cam rebooted.

And I could no longer get into the cam. It didn't answer pings on either the new IP or the original. I could not get into the web interface and the setup software could no longer find the cam. I tried a lot of things from the simple (different eth cable) to the advanced (looking for gratuitous ARP with a protocol analyzer - which, BTW, it does not do). Nothing worked. Not even the reset procedure in the manual. Holding the reset button for 7 to 10 seconds would re-boot the cam, but it would not default the settings.

Eventually I tried a re-set procedure that isn't in the manual but works on other devices: unplug the power, press and hold the re-set button, insert power, continue to hold re-set for 10 seconds.
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