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Wansview Wireless IP Pan/Tilt/ Night Vision/ Internet Surveillance Camera Built-in Microphone With Phone remote monitoring support

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  • The installation of network cameras is very simple, only power and networks connection are needed.
  • Scope of applications: apply to home, offices, enterprises, supermarkets, schools and other public places.
  • Supporting multiple protocols: Embedded operation system supports the TCP / IP, SMTP (simple mail protocol), HTTP, UPNP, etc.
  • Alarm Monitoring: Through external alarm device, the alarm information can be sent to your e-box or your mobile phone.
  • By setting USER and PASSWORD of the system, user can protect the individual privacy easily
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Technical Details


Product Description

Specs:
Image Compression Format: M-JPEG standard
Image Resolution: VGA(640x480) / QVGA(320x240)
Sensor: 1/4 inch CMOS, 300,000 Pixels
Light frequency: 50Hz, 60Hz or Outdoor
Audio compression: ADPCM
Lens: f: 3.6mm, F:2.4 (IR Lens)
Data rate: 802.11b: 11Mbps (Max.), 802.11g: 54Mbps (Max.)
Ethernet: One 10/100Mbps RJ-45
Viewing angle: 67º
Horizontal Rotating Angle: 0~270º
Vertical Rotating Angle: 0~120º
Alarm Mode: motion detection alarm and I/O alarm
Video Display: Microsoft Media Player
Image Transfer Velocity: 30fps @ VGA
Image Display: single / quad
Minimum Illumination: 0LUX
Video Format: AVI
Network Interface: Wi-Fi/RJ-45 10-100 Base T
Network Protocol: TCP/IP, FTP,SMPT, HTTP, ICMP, PPPoE
Monitor Mode: Firefox
Software Upgrade: Automatic upgrade
Security: User management system, password protection
Password Setting: administer, monitor, scrutiny
Working Condition: -10ºC~ 50ºC , 20% - 80%PH
Power Adapter: DC5V/2A 50/60Hz
Operating System: Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows 7 and Apple MAC
 
Package includes:
1 x IP Camera
1 x Antenna
1 x Base
1 x Power Adapter
1 x Network Cable
1 x CD Driver
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Works under both Apple MAC and Safari. However, browser must be run under Firefox. To choose your browser, please enter into the IP camera home page and select Firefox


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.7 x 5.1 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003JLPWAK
  • Item model number: M116
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (192 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 28, 2010

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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The color and picture quality are very good and adjustable.
D
In particular, if you have a wireless router with a different IP from your wired router, there's no way to configure the camera for wireless operation.
SmartBean
That being said DO NOT BUY this product if you expect to get any type of support setting it up.
Lorin K. Holzbauer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Kevin J. Lang on October 26, 2010
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Pros:
- Decent pivoting on camera (very decent range of movement)
- sharp picture (though you have to focus manually on the camera)
- pretty easy to setup if you are technically inclined
- lots of features like motion detection with emailing and ftp, video recording, etc.
- Night vision works perfectly; integrated controls for 4 cameras.

Cons:
- You do need to be technically savvy to set this up. There is very little documentation on how to do this. But it is very obvious how to do it if you are in the field. There is no GUI wizard to help set this up.
- No zoom
- When camera is using night vision you see a ring of red dots around the lens. So hiding can be a challenge.
- No SSL or encryption options. The web controls for this thing runs on HTTP. So capturing packets and seeing your passwords is very easy. So security is kind of an issue.
- I'm not sure about any support (Hardware, software, replacements, etc) because I haven't had to use it. But looking at this I have no idea who I would contact.
- Firmware updates - There is no option for the camera to go out and discover firmware updates. So you have to search for them your self.
- For some reason I needed to factory reset the camera to start using it when I received it. Not too much of a con but it made me think that this was refurbished or something.

Honestly, this camera being around $99 and having all the features that it does is pretty awesome. Other cameras with only half of option this has costs about $250-300ish. This camera looks like something that someone created, sold to a bunch of other companies (who just stamp their name on the front), and they are the ones who provide support for it. So you can get updates from them even if you didn't buy the camera from them.

For the money it's a great camera. It's not perfect but I'm certainly not going to spend $300 on one like this.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By CP44 on March 29, 2011
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I ordered 2 of the "Wireless IP Pan/Tilt/ Night Vision/ Internet Surveillance Camera Built-in Microphone With Phone remote monitoring support" cameras from ATC LLC and received 2 "Wansview NC541/W" IP cameras. They were as they appeared in the pictures, and featured internal web servers with configuration options and settings that seem to be shared by similar IP cameras. The box and web-based control interface did not match the pictures, but were fine. The motion detection seemed a little weak; would recommend "MJPEG Surveillance 2.0" at 12oClocker.com to handle motion detection and recording, but the actual camera features are fine - if a little hard to find. The cameras I received support up to 8 users with different passwords and 3 access ranks (view-only "Visitor", pitch/pan "Operator", full "Administrator"), changing the HTTP server port, static and dynamic IPs, wireless with security off or on (WEP, WPA-TKIP, WPA-AES, WPA2-TKIP, WPA-AES), and turning off the blinking status light. There are also different viewer and control pages for Internet Explorer (ActiveX), FireFox and other supporting ServerPush, and mobile viewers. The IE/ActiveX web page and the included IPCMonitor software (also downloadable from Wansview) support listening to the camera's microphone and talking through speakers plugged into the camera's Audio jack.

Warnings:
The colors do not seem to be quite right, even after adjusting brightness and contrast. There is no zoom function, but the outer lens is manually adjustable for focusing (twist the ring). It is possible to unscrew the focus ring/tube until it falls out - I say normal users should avoid doing that. (I did it to add a black ring to block the infrared LEDs - long story).
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By JB on March 4, 2013
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Image was Good for price point, PTZ worked well and so did software setup.

A MAJOR Issue for me and why I refuse to use this camera is that the Camera reports back to the Manufacture’s server in China and registers your IP address and the Camera. This is done as a "convenience" so you can go to an address and watch your Camera from anywhere in the world but if you ask me it has the opportunity to become a huge invasion of privacy. I do not want some company in China to be able to PTZ (and listen BTW) around my house. Thinking there has to be a way to disable this I took the Camera to the IT department at work. They confirmed the feature is not able to be disabled but the viewing of the Camera image can be password protected. I have no confidence that the manufacture can’t just bypass this since the camera frequently “calls home”. Frankly I’m surprised something like this is sold in the USA.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By L. Hunter on June 9, 2011
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The camera itself is very good, it has a 15-20 foot IR range, with a maximum of 640x480 broadcast size. I've tested it with both sunlight, artificial light, and nighttime and the camera adjusts very well for all settings, and tweaking the brightness can hep a lot. The controls are very smoth and the speed it adjustable, it can move as quick as ~270° in 3 seconds or set to fine control that operates it in very small and accurate adjustments. The is no freedom of play in the parts, and the motors are very smooth and precise.
Got mine set up in 30 minutes (Opening box, setup, mounting) and I'm now about to order a second shipment of 2. These are perfect and high quality cameras for the low-budget surveillance needs, as they can be up to (I believe) 16 cameras in synch. They have their own customizable IP configurations or has auto select options, and upnp.

Very good, quality product and amazing price. 5/5

Pros:
Accurate and smooth PT mechanism.
Very good camera and IR.
RJ-45 Network interface for direct network attachment
Free Multi-camera software included.
Cameras are compatible with more then 1 in the same network.
At night the IR LED's look like GLADoS' cameras with a luminesent red glow around the lens.
Camera controls are moderately hard to set up but most could accomplish it.
Documentation is included (on a micro-cd)
Camera has embeded alarm hookups (4 pin)
Camera has external port for external speaker
Once you have it setup, viewing from inside your LAN/WAN and over the Internet is very easy

The cons:
You have to know how to do basic port forwarding on your router to get the wifi working.
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