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HT-IP210F Black IP camera
by HooToo
3.6 out of 5 stars (509)
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IR LEDs turn on automatically when the ambient light level becomes low, and can be turned on manually via the browser (or app, depending not he app) interface.
Jan 20, 2014 by Brian D
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Hi Jeffrey, yes you can place in mode to detect motion and only snap a picture or you can set for a 10 second recording. I have a HooToo HT-IP210f wireless that has been used in my vault room in which I am willing to sell at a greatly reduce price, all attachments ,box. Contact Robert @ rasinriverranch@gmail.com
Sep 3, 2014 by Sir Roberto
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Have had no issues. Wish the Web interface to control it worked better in android browsers, but it gets by. Would I recommend it, hard to say without knowing your needs. I you need functioning, easy, inexpensive video access to an area of your house. Yes I would. Happy you with my choice
Nov 8, 2013 by fezzik
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Unless you can run a DVR through a computer, they don't use DVR. they use IP addressed and VPN. You can watch from your phone or computer. I can monitor from my office everyday.
Oct 23, 2014 by TMS
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Yes but you need to install software on a computer to give the camera somewhere to store the files. Yes buy with some setup involved.
Jan 21, 2014 by Matthew D. Meehan
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I use I Cam viewer and u Cam Pro for foscam cameras and iPolis Mobile for Samsung cameras on my Samsung note2 phone.
Sep 7, 2014 by Walter O. Ledig
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No, the motors are nearly silent. You can actually control the speed at which pan/tilt operations occur, and the even the faster speeds have only the faintest whir, the slower speeds are undetectable.
Sep 27, 2013 by johnnyace
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yes, it comes with a plastic bracket that screws into the base of the camera (with a normal screw that you'd find on a tripod to connect a camera) and then that screws into the wall. It's adjustable to support horizontal or vertical installation (so on the ceiling or on the wall or really anywhere in-between from 0-90 degrees). it's not the most-elegant looking thing, as it's smaller than the base of the device, but it is completely functional.
Dec 12, 2013 by Prague Geoff
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Sure. One way, each camera would view it's own room and have it's own address and operate independently. I think the hootoo application allows multiple cameras as well.
May 15, 2013 by rob
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yes, its contains "1 network cable" for this purpose
22 days ago by Paul G.
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