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

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  • Simple installation: 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
  • If WIFI wireless connection is used, only power is a must
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Product Details

Color: Indoor Black
  • Item Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003LNZ1L6
  • Item model number: QE0001701-02
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (818 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Color: Indoor Black

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 Data rate: 802.11b: 11Mbps (Max.), 802.11g: 54Mbps (Max.) Ethernet: One 10/100Mbps RJ-45 Viewing angle: 67? Horizontal Rotating Angle: 0~270? Vertical Rotating Angle: 0~120? 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: -10?C~ 50?C , 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 Screws Review 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

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I say save your money and get the better brands, I will not be looking at another Wansview camera.
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The picture quality and night vision is great.
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662 of 698 people found the following review helpful By justChill on November 13, 2011
Color Name: Indoor Black Verified Purchase
The camera I got was branded EasyN, but the box art shown on the product info page matches the box I got. Some people claim they have Foscam, Apexis, Hootoo, etc. brand, but I think it's the same camera branded in different brands to accommodate different markets. I admit, it would HELP if you are tech savvy or at least have some knowledge in network configuration to expedite the set up and get the camera running, but that's not required. This camera isn't exactly the most fool-proof camera in the market, but its feature make up for it.

The instructions are readable, albeit choppy due to the poor Chinese-to-English translation. OK here's the deal. I'm going to write a lengthy semi-review, semi-how-to for this awesome IP camera seeing the need for an instruction for Mac users. First of all, I am a Mac user running on OS X 10.7.2 Lion and I got this bad boy up and running within an hour. For all you Mac users out there, you'll need to have temporary access to a Windows machine.

If you don't have a Windows machine, see UPDATE 4 at the end of this review - then follow steps 3 and forward. I'm writing this review under the presumption that the typical user has no knowledge of MAC access control list or WiFi DHCP client table from your router to set-up the camera it via WiFi. You need it to run the application that allows you to detect and configure the camera's IP. Unfortunately, this application is written for Windows only. But that's all you need a Windows machine for. Once you configure the camera's IP address to work with your LAN, then you can use the web interface and configure a whole sleuth of other options, including the alarm feature, FTP, Mail and other. So without adieu, let's do this!

I've taken screenshots to help accommodate the mini guide below.
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190 of 197 people found the following review helpful By d@_dude on July 16, 2012
Color Name: Indoor Black Verified Purchase
Let me preface this review by saying:
I) This is one of the best purchases I ever made -- as other reviewers may have already said, the cheap price you pay (I paid $50 for mine) gets you a quality product, a rare commodity these days.
II) This item is solidly built and for its price, it has many good features: full rotation scan, e-mail and ftp capabilities, remote administration and much more.
III) Yes, installation does require you to have a bit of a working network knowledge -- if you know how to set up a home LAN or WLAN and configure a router, you probably wouldn't need the manual it came with as it is pretty much useless.
IV) You can go to Wansview.com, on the "Service and Support" menu, there's a "Download" link that you can click on to get to the full user manuals, documentations and software (firmwares, utilities, etc...).

With that said, the following are instructions on how to setup your IP camera with your LAN/WLAN using a Windows PC. Note that some steps were piggy backed off another reviewer (justChill) and I just did a little bit of refinement based on steps I took to set up my camera.

All the things you need are in the box. The software/driver CD that came with my camera does not work, this is a problem that other users also reported. So, if you're one of the unlucky ones to receive a useless CD, no worries, you can download some of these utilities from the Wansview website as I pointed out on step item IV above. As a matter of fact, you only need 1 utility to do the initial setup and once you connect the camera to your network, the camera itself has a user interface (UI) that includes settings which you can customize, such as e-mail and ftp uploads. The utility can be downloaded from the Wansview site and it's called "NCB Search_en.
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98 of 107 people found the following review helpful By Orion on June 22, 2012
Color Name: Indoor Black Verified Purchase
I am so glad I ignored all the negative reviews slating the camera for being too hard to get working. People really shouldn't be buying wireless devices such as this if they have no idea how to administrate their home networks. While the instructions included aren't great, they aren't nearly as horrible as people make them out to be. I just received my Wansview camera, and I was able to follow each and every step in the included manual and everything worked just perfectly. Granted, I am savvy with administrating my local network, port forwarding, etc, but even without all that work, I was able to get the camera working while wired to my router in no time. Heck, my Brother Wireless printer was a lot harder to get working on my local network...and Brother is a big name, reputable brand!

Sometimes I really am amazed at how entitled people can be. This is a $50 product! Good Logitech webcams alone cost more. This does not cost $200+. If it did, you could whine and bitch about the instructions being a little difficult to understand or installation being too complicated. Let's look at what you get for $50:

For $50 you get:
- A wireless camera
- IR (night) imaging capabilities
- Pan and tilt (that can be controlled remotely)
- Audio capture (remotely)
- Ability to have two way communication remotely (need to attach a speaker to the camera)
- Access via Web browsers, Android and IOS
- Complex functions like Motion detection and corresponding Alarm functions and automated emailing of pictures, or uploading to an FTP server of choice
- Free Dynamic DNS forwarding provided by Wansview. This is really useful and makes things a lot easier than having to manually muck around with using a separate dynamic DNS provider.
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