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HD Wireless Network Camera KaiCong Sip1018 (White) Ip Camera Pan/Tilt/ Night Vision Built-in Microphone/Remote Surveillance

by KaiCong

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  • Baby, pet or elderly parent monitor
  • Resolution: VGA(640*480), QVGA(320*240), QQVGA(160*120)
  • Remote Internet PC&Mobile phone monitoring ability
  • Easy to use free mobile phone app
  • Wifi IEEE 802.11b/g,n or Wired connection

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B009GYQEDI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,905 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 26, 2012

Product Description

Good baby, pet or elderly parent monitor
·US FREE SHIPPING
·Video compression mode: M-JPEG.
·Resolution: VGA(640*480), QVGA(320*240), QQVGA(160*120)
·The highest frame rate: 15 fps(VGA);30 fps(QVGA)
·Image adjustment: brightness, contrast
·Sensor: 0.3 megapixels, CMOS image sensor. Lens: 3.6mm IR
·Night vision: 10 IR LEDs, effective distance up to 8 meters
·Audio input: built-in microphone
·Audio output: built-in audio interface with 3.5mm
·PT: tilt 110°, pan 340°
·Protocol supported: TCP/IP, HTTP, ICMP, DHCP, FTP, SMTP, PPPoE, RTSP protocol
·Network interface: Ethernet interface
·Wireless: WiFi 802.11b/g/n
·Network upgrade: support
·Appearance and Material: robot plastic
·Operating environment: indoor
·Operating temperature: 0° to 50°
·Motion detection: support
·Alarm: email/ FTP/ alarm server
·System: Win98 SE/ME/2000/XP, Vista/WIN7 .etc
·Support three levels of user authority
·Support REMOTE upgrade; [upgrade firmware will be published regularly in KaiCong official forum, all free]
·KaiCong assigned a unique device serial number [end with KaiCong.info] for each device, ONCE it is linked to public network, you can access by the domain name
·Own Upnp function, once it is accessed to the LAN, it can penetrate router with Upnp functions, without any setting
·KaiCong provides an account to manage all KaiCong devices' performances
·For more details please feel free to email us or Skype: kaicongkk or kaiconghy

Customer Reviews

Requires DDNS to view over the internet.
LJ
On top of that, there weren't any instructions at all.
Nicholas Herweck
For what I paid I consider it a pretty good deal.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ken - in Miami on January 31, 2013
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This is a price and value leader for IP cameras. I have bought six or seven from various vendors and this is as good as or better than any in its class. And the fulfillment by AMAZON is superior to shipment form China.

Remember that the product will require some setup including a little knowledge of LAN and IP addressing schemes UNLESS YOU USE THE INCLUDED SOFTWARE.

Because the software and support information is not originally intended for the USA market, it tends to be obscure, incomplete, or buggy.

Sometimes disastrously so. Operating the camera directly from the browser interface ( not using the special software ) with a static IP address is extremely reliable.

Not included in the specs are details of the 4-pin port ( connector included ) for external switched devices. This IP camera is much more powerful and much more sophisticated than the product description would suggest.

Also I prefer to use DynDns rather than the free dynamic DNS service from the manufacturer. To access the device over the open internet it is necessary to know the IP address assigned to your internet modem connection ( which will likely change from time to time) and a port number if the port is OTHER than 80.

Additionally the modem will have to be configured to accept and pass-through traffic to the camera's port ( even if it is "80" )

Given all that - I can hit all four of my active cameras either through dyndns or by puting the ( known ) IP address + port number in my browser as the URL. and example ( fictional ) might be: 72.21.194.1:82 . the" :82 " would be the port number " 82 ".
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Herweck on May 24, 2013
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I bought this to use as a nanny-cam at my home to keep an eye on my son with the babysitter.

The plug included was a Euro-style plug (the two-round prong only). On top of that, there weren't any instructions at all. I tried messing with it for a little bit, but even with the correct adapter, I wasn't able to figure out how to work it.

I'd recommend going with a Foscam if you want something easy to setup and use.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By LJ on July 8, 2013
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Requires DDNS to view over the internet. Very poor translation of instructions. Web interface is poor, smartpone app for Andriod needs and upgrade. Needs a multi-view option, can only view 1 camera at a time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. Coleman on July 24, 2014
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This cam is $27.99 as of this writing. For a 640x480 resolution ptz ip cam, you are getting a bargain. Yes these cams require some knowledge to set up however rocket science it is not. Use the provided cam finder software to find it, then change the ip address and make sure the dns server and subnet mask are correct before saving. Make any necessary port forwarding adjustments in your router. I have to say that I've read at least one other review that mentioned the sound functions not working. Even though it is advertised as having sound capabilities, I have had this same issue. For those that need sound, buying this unit may be a gamble.

Pros:
picture quality fine for 640x480
quiet mechanical movement
aesthetically ok

Cons:
could not get the sound to work

Unknowns:
how long will it last?

At $28.00, if it lasted 1 year I would be more than satisfied even with no sound. I have ordered another one as of today and may just get a few more in the near future.

Update 7/31/2014 - I have been able to at least hear sound when using their mobile app called 'seeseesee'. Still no sound when viewing via PC.
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It does not seem to have a built in mic as listed. It actually may but the software does not support the built in mic so it is pretty useless. Also no tech support whatsoever so if you are not comfortable with messing with router forwarding and dedicated IP numbers I wouldn't try it.

For a wireless cam though, that is cheap, with decent video quality, it is just fine ... but again, if you don't now how to install these already stay away.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stanley Bell on August 18, 2014
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this picture shows better than the more expensive IP cameras
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