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LOFTEK® Special Version 3x Optical Zoom Lens Outdoor Pan/tilt Night Vision Dome Wireless/Network/IP Camera with IR-Cut Off Filter, Auto-Iris , IP66 Waterproof Enclosure, 72° Viewing Angle, Synology & Blue Iris Compatible, Pan 360°& Tilt 90°, White.

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  • 4-9mm 3x Optical Zoom Lens.66 IR LEDs for 30 feet (10meters) Night Vision - Features an IR-Cut Filter for true and accurately colored images; Wi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g - 640x480 Resolution; 0.3 Megapixel (Synology & Blue Iris Compatible)
  • Features an IP66 hardened outdoor waterproof enclosure; Provides for remote viewing & recording over the local network or the internet through a PC or mobile device, Supports DHCP, fixed/static IP and PPPOE - Multi-level user management and password protection - Allows for remote viewing and recording from anywhere in the world through the internet - Supports DDNS for dynamic IP address stabilization
  • Supports 360° Pan, 90° Tilt - Features an Auto-Iris function which automatically adjusts the lens depending on lighting conditions so images do not appear washed out and do not require manual brightness adjustment; Supports M-JPEG video compression - Supports wireless encryption using WEP, WPA and WPA2 - Motion detection alerts via emailed images and FTP image upload
  • Simple to setup with an easy to use graphical interface; Motion Detection with email image notifications and image upload via FTP
  • Supports smartphones (Iphone & Android) as well as standard browsers

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • ASIN: B008KGV2A8
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,314 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: May 18, 2014

Product Description

Description:
The LOFTEK® Special Version 3x zoom IP Camera equips with a high quality video sensor combined with a hardened IP66 waterproof enclosure and 50 feet night vision. It is smartphone compatible and accessible over the internet.

-Features an Auto-Iris function which automatically adjusts the lens depending on lighting conditions
-Supports 15 preset positions monitoring,Free DDNS WEP, WPA & WPA2 Wireless Encryption
-Simple to setup with an easy to use graphical interface,High image & video quality
-Motion Detection with email image notifications and image upload via FTP
-Multi-user access with password protection
-Wi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g. Wired connection is also available
-Supports Dynamic IP Addresses and Static IP Addresses
-Compatible with Synology, Foscam, Blue Iris and most other Surveillance software programs

Specifications:
Image Sensor: 1/4" Color CMOS Sensor
3x Optical Zoom lens
Lens Type: 4-9mm Zoom Lens
Viewing Angle:72°
Mini.Illumination: 0.5Lux
Pan Angle:360°/Tilt Angle: 90°
Image Frame Rate: 15fps(VGA),30fps(QVGA)
Resolution: 640x480,320x240

MJPEG video compression format
WaterProof structure best for outdoor installation
Freely control upload image to FTP
Motion detection alert with snapshots via email

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

Buy it from Creative Square to qualify for full service and 1 year warranty.We offer specialized tech support for camera via info02@loftek.us

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Picture quality: Average.
CaptGump
Sad to think i was fooled into thinking this was the one for my securty needs and now must look for another option..
Marty
The Loftek has the problem of inability to focus with the 3x optical zoom.
Alex A.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Clyde Dale on November 5, 2012
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This will be a somewhat limited review until I have the unit mounted outside. As with almost all of these style of cameras it seems that the people in China who assemble these can not get the focus right to save their lives. The picture was blurry out of the box, enough to make it unusable IMO. Being a tech head I had no qualms about taking the unit apart to get at the camera. Like the D2 it has set screws that hold the camera lens in place but there was considerable disassembly required to get at them due to the position of the screws. I removed the retaining ring, the dome, and the black shield under that. I then has to dismount the camera and it's associated PCB, including pulling the leads/plugs for the IR LED power, in order to get at the two set screws. After much fiddling I got the focus to where I wanted it and put the unit back together. It works much like the other IP PTZ cams out there, I have three of the indoor ball style which, seem to be generic these days, and the interface, while slightly updated from the older cameras, is obviously from the same source. The camera is much the same as any other of these low end IP cameras. Another annoyance is the power supply. For what ever reason the plugs are aligned horizontally instead of vertically, which makes it impossible to put in any standard, covered, outdoor sockets so I'll likely mount it, and the other cables, inside a locked junction box in any case as I don't the power to be easily disconnected.

Pros: It is a lot more sturdy than I expected. The housing a cast metal and quite solid.

Cons: Getting the focus right required considerable disassembly of the unit, power supply is poorly designed.

Meh: You get what you pay for. The resolution if not great but it does the job I needed it for and I'll likely get another - The price is hard to beat.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Madison on December 8, 2012
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Someone in China needs glasses... This camera was completely out of focus with no way to correct.
When the camera did work there was a grinding noise then it stoped working all together...

This was the second one I ordered because the first one was out of focus too!

Where is the quality control????
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KATHLEEN STEVENS on March 13, 2013
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Received the unit today. Plugged it in according to manual and nothing happened.
Checked wall wart and it is putting out 5 volts.
No indication on network switch indication connection to switch.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By CaptGump on September 11, 2012
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I ordered this product because of the pan, tilt and zoom lens. I own an Agasio A622W camera which is almost identical minus the zoom function. Also, Loftec was $10 cheaper. Camera worked as advertised for about a week. Then it died.
Picture quality: Average. Image was not clear and there is no way to focus. Zoom magnifies the poor image.
Night vision: IR LED's reflect off the inside of the dome and distort image. There were noticeable pixel issues when in night mode. Random color pixels throughout field of view.
Ease of Use: Setup was the same as Agasio camera. I was able to use Agasio software to control camera.
Durability: Poor. I mounted the camera under an eave. Camera stopped working after a week.

I will be returning this camera and ordering another Agasio A622W.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D Bricher on August 30, 2012
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My ex-husband ordered the Loftek Sentinel D3 as a gift for me from Amazon. It has nice video quality and the controls are great, but we've been trying and trying to get this to connect to my wireless network. The manual is not much help (find encryption, authentication, SSID and channel, but what do you do with that information?) and I'm sure that if we ever do figure out what we're doing wrong, we will also get stuck on setting alarms and using remote access. I sent Loftek support an e-mail over 3 weeks ago asking for help and haven't heard squat from them. There's a video on You-Tube that says to disconnect the power, the cord to the router, reconnect the power and scan. No luck there. I'm not really in the mood for drilling a hole through an exterior wall to accommodate the cord. Why doesn't this thing work????

Update (with a big bump in the number of stars): We returned the camera, got a second one, but the same thing seemed to happen. Dave dug out the instructions for installing the cameras at his house, which are not Loftek, and discovered that once you have scanned (not scaned!) and entered the security key for your network, close the internet window and close the IP Camera window. Then restart. Do not scan again as the instructions indicate because the last segment of the IP will change and then the camera can't find the network. Now I am working on the alarm/e-mail notification function, but am not ready to throw in the towel and ask Loftek to help. Love the video quality and have now set the 4 pre-set locations for quick viewing. Soon will test low temperature operations, because this is Minnesota.
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By Edward Elci on July 5, 2013
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the camera is to far up in the housing, i had to mount it on a angle so i can see past my driveway and its still not enough, i would have to mount it about 5 foot above my roof to see anything, very very unhappy with camera should had gone with x-10, there camera sits lower in the glass dome so you are able to see the area
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I received this camera promptly, but it came with the lens loose in the housing. I was able to unscrew the dome, re-install the lens, and tighten the screw that holds in on. The directions and software that came with the camera were better than average for a imported product. The IpCamClient software that comes with the camera is good, but make sure you download a later version at the Loftek website, as the version on the disk is glitchy. This is my second IP camera so I was able to get it installed more easily than the first. If you don't have network experience you may have to have a techy friend help you with the install. The IP camera tool is useful for finding the IP address, but make sure you have the DHCP server enabled first. My other camera is a Hootoo with identical features and housing. The only difference appears to be in the lens itself and a lower price. The picture from this camera is not as clear or colorful as from the Hootoo. Neither camera has enough ir leds to allow operation in total darkness and only illuminate an area in a 20ft circle around the camera. With minimal lights left on, the camera renders a decent b/w picture. I use it in a calving barn and it is adequate for seeing the cows in a 40X80 ft building using two cameras. I will keep this camera, but will try to find a better one for use outside my building.
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