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Wansview Wireless Ip Camera Pan/tilt/ Night Vision/ Internet Surveillance Built-in Microphone with Phone Remote Monitoring Support - White

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  • Sensor: CMOS sensor. Total of pixel: 300k.
  • Pan Coverage:270 degree. Tilt Coverage: 120 degree. Resolution: 640*480(VGA)/320*240(QVGA)/160*120(QQVGA). Compression: MJPEG.
  • Basic Protocol: TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, DDNS, UPNP, NTP, PPPOE. Dual way audio: support. Motion Detection: support.
  • The IP Camera combines a high quality digital video camera with network connectivity and a powerful web server to bring clear video to your desktop from anywhere on your local network or over the Internet.
  • Package includes: 1 x IP Camera, 1 x Antenna, 1 x Base, 1 x Power Adapter, 1 x Network Cable, 1 x CD Driver, Screws.
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Technical Details


Product Description


Minimum illumination: IR on,0 Lux
Lens: f=3.6mm, F=2.0, Fixed Iris
Pan/Tilt
Pan Coverage: 270¡ã
Tilt Coverage: 120¡ã
Assistant
Lighting: 10pcs 850nm Infrared LEDs, 5m distance
Lighting Control: Auto control
Video and Audio
Resolution: 640*480(VGA)/320*240(QVGA)/160*120(QQVGA)
Compression: MJPEG
Frame rate: 30fps
Bit rate: 128kbps ~ 5Mbps
Image Rotation: Mirror /Flip
Audio Compression: ADPCM
Network
Basic Protocol: TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, DDNS, UPNP, NTP, PPPOE
Other Protocol: 802.11b/g
Other Features
Video control: support
Dual way audio: support
Motion Detection: support
Triggered Actions: Email/FTP/external alarm/send message to alarm server
User Setting: Three levels
Date/ Time Setting: support
Upgrade: Upgrade from network
DDNS: A free DDNS provided by manufacturer
Hardware Interface
Ethernet: 10Base-T/100base-TX
Alarm In: 1 way
Alarm Out: 1 way
Audio In: Internal mic
Audio Out: Audio Line-out interface x 1
Physical Index
Weight: 245g
Main body: 100mm(L)*99mm(W)*118mm(H)
Power: DC 5V
Power consumption: <6W Operating temperature: 10% ~ 80% non-condensing
Software(PC Side)
OS Supported: Microsoft Windows 98/2000/XP/Vista etc.
Browser: Internet Explorer6.0 and Above or Compatible Browser, Firefox, Safari etc.
Application Software: IPCMonitor.exe

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 6.3 x 5.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0079RY5AI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 16, 2012

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By HomeTheaterLover on August 7, 2012
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This is the first of 3 cameras I purchased. With a little understanding of networks, this camera was simple to setup. It is very stable and has a rock solid picture over Wi-Fi. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because of the audio quality. The Wi-Fi antenna causes a repetitive buzz in the audio. Mounting the camera up side down or moving the antenna away from the camera head removes some of the noise but not all of it. This camera needs shielding between the audio circuitry and the CPU / Data circuits.

It is noisier than others when you turn it and it can be heard through the audio loudly. As for picture quality, both in the dark and during the day it is pretty good for the price point. The picture in the dark is amazing, lights up the whole room, does better than it states. (~16 feet or 5 meters). This camera lights up brightly 20 feet away without adjusting brightness or contrast.

While it lacks the ability to use sound triggers for recording with their Blue Iris software due to the internal noise and AGC circuitry, this is an amazing camera for the price. Works very well using motion detection on maximum and doesn't give any false alarms due to picture instability or noise from compression. Uses about 2.5 Mb/s (megabits per second) Wi-Fi bandwidth. Most 802.11(G) routers will handle 21 Mb/s so you can put quite a few of these cameras on your Wi-Fi without much lag. Frame rate for me has been about 15-18 fps which is lower than advertised but still acceptable.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By W. Wolff on February 10, 2013
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Made in China. I'll explain below why this may be a serious issue.

This camera works nicely. This is the second one I've purchased to watch the caregivers who give care to my elderly parents.

The only software I have to operate it is what comes with it. The software is adequate, permitting me to view and record, with audio and timestamp, multiple cameras simultaneously. The camera operates easily from the software, panning left-right and up-down. The camera can be focused for a range of distances, but only manually so far, since the default software doesn't operate this. I don't know whether the focus can be operated by software.

When you install the camera, it is given a local IP address on your LAN. The view/record software operates through your browser. However, with multiple cameras, regardless of which IP address you enter, the software selects the first installed camera. You can then include additional cameras in multiple view windows (4 or 9 simultaneously), but you can't view any single camera. Only the first camera can be viewed individually.

Microsoft Windows is the preferred operating system and Internet Explorer (IE) is the preferred browser. Only IE provides full functionality. With other browsers, and hence other operating systems, you cannot access multiple cameras connected to your network simultaneously, you cannot access the audio input or output, and you cannot record. These features are available only with IE.

The software controls, e.g., panning and recording, operate on any selected camera. The selected camera's image is highlighted with a yellow border. The other camera images are highlighted in white. This may be difficult to distinguish. When any one camera has been set to record, the record icon changes to a stop icon.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Craig Fields on March 29, 2013
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Installed 2 of these today on my home network. You need to set them up at first with a wired connection to your router, after you edit the wireless settings they are good to go and you can move them anywhere, default IP address for both was: 192.168.0.178, if that helps. They work nicely whether you are on your home router or viewing over 3g, however my lousy Sprint 3g with 2 bars at my house is painfully slow, but still barely usable. Sprint promises "unlimited" data but since their 3g is so slow, I now know why as there's no way I can consume inordinate amounts of data on their painfully slow 3g network, Verizon in this area kicks Sprint's butt all over the place speed-wise.

The night-vision is very good as is the overall picture quality, I can't emphasize enough how good the night vision image is, it's fantastic, in low light or literally pitch black it's black and white, not greenish as you might expect and goes out at least 17 feet clearly. With decent lighting the colors are a still a bit washed out, whether on a web browser or my iPhone 4s. The Wansview iPhone app from the app store (search on wansview) is free and adequate, as is the web interface provided to your browser, I have since bought two different apps (total $15) that allow more than one camera on the iPhone screen, they are both very good, though no app can turn off the infrared lights which I believe are controlled by the ambient light available, and some don't work with the audio. I recommend the the uFoscam app at $3.99 with the in-app purchase of multiview at $2.99, total is $7.00 and the "listen" audio works, not the mic though.
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