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Decent Build and Image Quality,
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This review is from: LOFTEK® Nexus 543 Outdoor Wireless/wired Waterproof Ip Camera 4mm Lens 36 Infrared Leds with Night Vision. Silver (Electronics)
This low-cost IP camera is housed in an impressively heavy case. The outdoor rating means it can withstand jets of water, as well as extremely hot or cold tempuratures, and probably even the occasional rock or baseball that your neighbor's kids will throw at it.
From my research and experience, the Nexus 543 has the same firmware and networking features as Loftek's CXS 2200 wireless pan-and-tilt camera, which I also own and frequently use. You can view the camera's live feed through most browsers and manually record live video to a PC on your network in MJPEG format. You can also view footage of your other IP cameras on the same interface.
Although the web interface doesn't look very polished, it's easy to navigate. The camera supports DDNS, so you can assign its web interface to a standard URL for remote access, which is useful for users without a static IP address.
The cam streams video at up to 640x480 resolution, and its saved images seem to be the same quality as stills from the MJPEG. Based on my experience, the Nexus 543 is a great security camera, with sturdy build quality and effective night vision.
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Initial post: Jul 3, 2011 2:40:26 PM PDT
I'm considering buying 2 of these but am concerned about the software.
I want to place one in the front of the house and one in the back wirelessly and
view over the 'net from my office. Does the manual give good instructions on how to do this?
Posted on Jul 7, 2011 10:40:36 AM PDT
Petru Marginean says:
Is the motion detection area selectable or full screen?
What about the sensitivity?
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