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LOFTEK® Sentinel Wireless Pan/tilt 3x Optical Zoom Waterproof Outdoor & indoor Dome Wifi/Wirelss/Network/IP Camera. 4mm-9mm Lens, Viewing Angle: 30°-69°, Pan/Tilt Angle: 355°/90°. White

by Loftek
73 customer reviews
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  • Supporting 3x Optical Zoom,8 preset positions monitoring
  • Free DDNS for Remote viewing,4" compact design,Horizontal:355° & Vertical: 90°
  • Support two-way audio function,Iphone APP downloadable
  • Support both WEP & WPA WPA2 encryption for wireless
  • Support Mobile phone,IE, Safari, Firefox, Google chrome browser or any other standard browsers

Product Description


The LOFTEK® Professional 3x Optical Zoom Dome Wireless Camera is designed for indoor and outdoor enterprise class security surveillance applications. View and manage the tamper resistant dome IP camera from any Internet connection with the free DDNS.

New Feature:
Supporting 3x Optical Zoom
4" compact design
Iphone APP downloadable (app.: Apexis IP Control)
Support Gmail/Hotmail function
Freely control alarm sound ON/OFF,record ON/OFF
8 preset positions monitoring
Free DDNS for Remote viewing

Basic Feature:
MJPEG video compression format
Support two-way audio function
Freely control upload image to FTP
Freely control Pan/Tilt angle by software
Support up to 9 users online simultaneously
Multi-level user management with password protection
Wi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g
Support both WEP & WPA WPA2 encryption for wireless
Support Mobile phone login from User Interface via browser directly

Image Sensor: 1/4" Color CMOS Sensor
Resolution: 640x480,320x240, Pixels(300k Pixels)
Lens: 3x Optical Zoom(4mm-9mm)
Mini. Illumination: 0.5Lux, F=2.0
Lens Type: Glass Lens
Viewing Angle: 30°~ 69°
Image Frame Rate:15fps(VGA),30fps(QVGA)
Ethernet Interface: 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet Port
Pan/Tilt Angle: Horizontal: 355°& Vertical: 90°

Note: The item is precise instrument, parts collision may occur in transit. Please open the encloser and remove the sponge before you install it.

You should have router support wifi, so that you can connect camera wireless. if want to view the camera remotely,just do port forwarding. We offer specialized tech-support for IP camera.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds
  • ASIN: B0067WL60I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,849 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at November 15, 2011

Customer Reviews

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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Richard4286 on January 29, 2012
Overall, fully acceptable performance. I purchased three Foscam cameras for inside the house and decided to try the Loftek Sentinel for outside. It is the only one that offers pan, tilt and zoom in an exterior camera at anywhere near this price. I am impressed by the clarity and colors. Low light vision is acceptable for in-city use. My outside lights are sufficient to see colors on the porch, and I can see the street and other houses but not as clear. There are no infra-red lights so do not expect much performance if you yourself can not see in the darkness. Daytime, the colors are correct and not washed out. Response time is acceptable, although it occasionally will do a full pan rather than a step movement. The field of view is more narrow than I expected.

I have not had it long enough to see how high wind and rain will affect it. The bracket has four U slots, but it is difficult to get the screws in as the camera bulb and antenna plug are in the way. I ended up using a 90 degree offset screwdriver.
The AC adapter sucks. It is a rather large, palm-sized brick that plugs in sideways - goes to the side of the plug receptacle rather than hanging down. This would not be too much of an issue inside, but for outside receptacles, it does not fit well and will not fit any of the exterior receptacle boxes that I found. The power cord is only four or five feet long; for an exterior camera a 20 foot option would be a nice accessory. (Philmore 48-1024 12' power line extension cord runs about $6; plug size is 2.1x5.5mm)

The cables are an octopus of wiring! Ethernet, audio in, audio out, alarm and power! Over a foot long, and how are you suppose to waterproof this mess?
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By DiannaCam on March 11, 2012
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This is my 2nd PTZ IP Camera, the first was a Wansview and I also have a review up of that one.

I bought this one specifically because I wanted a weatherproof outdoor remote IP camera and the price on this item is great for the features. Some people have taken stars off cuz it's not a nightvision camera, but nightvision won't work inside a dome due to reflection so it is not really fair to complain about that on this product.

I had read that people had spotty luck with getting this camera in good working order, specifically there are issues with white balance and focus out of the box. I had some minor color issues which so far can be easily corrected and a big issue with the focus, which is what prompted me to write this review. I was able to open up the dome and fix the focus issue myself and took some pictures which unfortunately did not come out clearly, my cheapo camera can not get close enough. I think I will post the images here anyway because though they are blurry you can make out the little set screws that you need to loosen to fix a focus issue and might be helpful to someone else.

Once the item ships from Amazon you get an email from Loftek's tech support telling you to write to them with any technical issues. Shows that they have lots of issues with their cameras, but also shows they are proactive about addressing them with the customer and others have commented already how great their support is, so that's really not a negative either, it's a positive I think.

When my camera arrived it was set on maximum zoom and the focus was not clear. When I zoomed out, it was a total blur. As I got the camera set up and used it for a day or so the focus got much worse, so I decided to respond to the Loftek's email and ask for help.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By jjrowan on February 8, 2012
Initially I was impressed with the price / performance but when zooming items more than a few meters were completely out of focus. There needs to be an auto focus on the camera. The seller I bought mine from advised me to unscrew the dome, loosen a screw and slide the camera in or out to focus. Since it was mounted on the side of a building this required many trips up / down a ladder to view changes via a laptop. Eventually distant items were in in focus but then others were out of focus. Price is attractive but because of the focus problem I ended up returning mine.

The software that is embedded in the camera has a multi-device option allowing you to configure / view up to 9 cameras. Unfortunately the security is lacking as the administrator defining 8 other cameras for him to view / control are available to visitors with less privileges. Users should have their own multi-device view, not the same as the administrator.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr TV on July 30, 2012
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I bought the Loftek Sentinel Wireless IP camera, from Amazon, because of the features P/T/Z and an attractive price.
I paid extra shipping so I could get it installed over the July holiday.
Once it was installed, I chose to wire directly, after about 10 minutes the picture turned green.
I contacted Loftek and they issued an RMA and I had to ship at my expense in order to get a replacement.
The replacement came in about 5 days. I figured they may have tested the replacement for color accuracy and picture focus prior to shipping the replacement.
The replacement was worse than the first camera. Green picture and blurry.
I once again sent e-mails and finally got an answer this morning that they will replace it again or refund my money.
They sent me an answer that it was a CMOS problem. Um --- OK. Fix it.
I decided to ship the camera back to Amazon because it is defective and I didn't want another defective one.
Interesting thing occurred when communicating with Loftek. I had posted some negative comments about the camera and they requested that I remove them and would solve the problem but the comments had to be gone in two days.
I was willing to accommodate and went to amend my comments - they were GONE. Someone else removed them.
This could be a really good camera but at this point it is not. That is -- if you don't like a green picture all the time.
I can't recommend this camera.
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