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Ubiquiti Aircam H.264 Megapixel Indoor/Outdoor IP Camera

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  • Advanced industrial design
  • Powerful performance
  • Excellent price/performance IP Camera
  • 1MP/HDTV 720p
  • Wall/Ceiling Mount
  • Powered through Ethernet
  • Simple and intuitive user interface
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Product Description

The AirCam Indoor/Outdoor IP Camera from Ubiquiti Networks combines advanced industrial design, powerful performance and market leading cost effectiveness. This is a quality, power over Ethernet indoor/outdoor bullet surveillance camera capable of being mounted in many different fashions. This IP camera records 30 frames per second, at 1 megapixel in HD 720p. Not only does this package come with an excellent camera but also included is the powerful airVision management and analytics software. This powerful server package can be installed on any computer and be remotely accessed on the intuitive user interface through any web browser. AirVision supports detailed statistical reporting, multiple views, and versatile camera settings.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 7.8 x 9.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007TC89SC
  • Item model number: AIRCAM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,626 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 11, 2012

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey D. Emmert on April 13, 2013
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These megapixel cameras are very light weight and their mounting brackets are much better than Foscam's - you can even run your Cat5 through the center of the mount. The image quality is good at 720 and they work surprisingly well even when it's nearly dark - without infrared. I use one above the garage to see when packages have arrived. When used with Blue Iris, you get motion sensitivity, saved image alerts and the usual features. They also work with Android's IP Cam Viewer. The thing that makes these cameras cool is their ability to get network and POE from other Ubiquiti products: NanoStation M2s/M5s have a second ethernet port that can feed a camera or another bridge radio with POE turned on or off. The NanoStation bridge radios go for miles, enabling you to connect houses, barns and shops with cameras at each location. Ubiquiti's POE makes installation much easier than having to bundle up thick cables inside a junction box or drill large holes to pass them through walls. Thankfully, each item comes with its own POE injector. No odd cables or adapters required - just Cat5. Speaking of Ubiquiti's included 24-volt POE adapters, their polarity may differ from other injectors you may be using. Positive is on pins 4&5 (blue), negative on pins 7&8 (brown).
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J. Patterson on September 9, 2012
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Until 6 months ago I had never heard of Ubiquiti, now I'm a huge fan of their products. I was looking for an outdoor IP camera in the $100 range. I of course wanted to get a nice picture out of it and didn't want a lot of headaches when it came to installing. I'm happy to say this met all my needs.

This was my first experience with POE (power over ethernet) devices and have to say I love it! For those that like to buy the DVR with 4 cameras it is a similar concept. You don't need to run a long extension cord or worry about outside electrical boxes. You just use the same Ethernet cables as you plug right into your computer and it powers the device. It comes with a POE injector which is the little box that you do plug into an outlet. I ended up plugging that box into an outlet and running the ethernet cable into the attic and outside to my camera. I mounted it under the roof line on a side of the house that doesn't get blowing rain. The install was easy enough and there were plenty of adjustments I could make to get the picture just right. I ran all of my cables first and made sure that piece was all ready, so that when I went to install the camera and plugged in the cable, it was online and transmitting. I took my 6" tablet up the ladder with me so I could see a live picture from the camera as I was adjusting the focus and angel of tilt and such. That made it so much easier, I don't like ladders and don't like reclimbing them to move it a little to the left!

When done, I couldn't believe how clear the picture was for a $100 camera. Now, I say this because I've used plenty of the DVR kits and cameras as well as some other IP cameras and I've never been very impressed. For the first time I was impressed with a $100 camera. This did exactly what I was wanting.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mark M. on August 28, 2012
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This camera has a good picture, but not great.

It is much better than the 600tvl or 700tvl cameras. However, although it is 1280/720 resolution, it is not as sharp as I was expecting.

To focus the camera, you have to take off the lens cover, and turn the lens. It is very sensitive to move, so you have to be careful.

The housing is great. They really thought through the overall design and it has great cable management and shading capabilities that many cameras miss.

The software it comes with looks good, but is overcomplicated and buggy. It is worth a few bucks to just use "Blue Iris" software instead.

I am growing to love the Ubiquiti products and this AirCam did not disappoint.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kevinp on May 5, 2013
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Was not too impressed overall. Video is ok but the web user interface is very limited. I can't knock it too hard because the price was so low. Was disappointed it would not work with standard POE switch, and had to run extra power cord for the Ubiquiti POE injector. Camera image appears slightly out of focus, it seems due to the lens. After several tries I could not achieve a better focus.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris M. Wollesen on December 30, 2013
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the mount will work if you're not planning an exterior application, but it wobbles like crap from the wind. use 2x4's and make your own like i did and you'll be much happier when using it outside. I learned it the hard way after a mount broke from the vibration caused by wind.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Wood on January 17, 2014
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Based on the other reviews, perhaps I was expecting too much in the image quality department. I am using a Dropcam Pro as a reference, and with both at 720p, the Aircam image is comparatively very poor. You can switch the aircam resolution from 720p to 480p and see very little change in the image.
Also the dropcam 135 degree wide angle is a plus in my application, versus the approx. 45 degree view of the aircam.

On the plus side, I like that I am able to run my own server at a reasonable cost with the aircam. With the Dropcam you're pretty much hooked into a $10/month charge for the rest of your life. The free AirVision software for the Aircam is pretty good. I'm running it under Ubuntu on an old macbook running a Parallels virtual machine. Since the motion detection software runs on the camera, my old macbook has enough power to run the server --- it struggles with other cameras and software where the motion detection is on the server.

With Airvision you can set up motion detection zones with arbitrarily complex shapes. You can't set up individual alert policies for the different zones, however. You have have to receive alerts from all zones of a camera or none. The alerts do include the name of the zone, so I use email filters manage the alerts I want to see. It would also be good if there was a way to trigger a shell script instead of sending an email when an alert is raised.
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