Alptop AT-B603W HD 720P Wifi Wireless IP Security Camera 3.6mm lens
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- Indoor&outdoor IR bullet WIFI IP camera with 36pcs IR LEDs that supports HD real 720P(1280*720) image display,durable outdoor weatherproof casing
- P2P cloud technology, one step into internet by QR code scan;works with multi brands NVR, Hikvision, Dahua,etc.
- Support smart phone(iPhone, Windows Mobile, Android) APP for remote view anytime&anywhere
- Support dual stream; H.264 main profile compression, achieve low bit-rate, high definition image quality
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|Item Dimensions||4.1 x 4.2 x 7.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.15 pounds|
|Video Capture Resolution||720p|
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|Item Dimensions||4.2 x 7.7 x 4.1 in||5.5 x 2.4 x 3 in||4 x 7 x 4 in||4.7 x 10.4 x 3.7 in||2.7 x 5.2 x 4.3 in||2.76 x 7.48 x 2.76 in|
Image Sensor: 1/4" OV 9712 CMOS sensor
Effective Pixel: 1280×720
Electronic shutter: 1/50(1/60)s - 1/100,000 s
Lens: 3.0MP 3.6 mm with ICR
Lens Mount: 36PCS
Day & Night Support: IR-CUT
Video compression: H.264 Main Profile, JPEG capture
Video Bite Rate: 100Kbps~6Mbps
Audio compression: G.711a
Max Resolution: 1280×720
Main Flow: 1280*720@20fps Minor Flow: 640*360@20fps
Intelligent Alarm : Motion detect, video loss ,network disconnection, IP address conflict, storage full, storage error
Protocol: TCP/IP,HTTP,DHCP,DNS,DDNS, PPPoE, SMTP,NTP
Basic: Anti-flicker, dual stream, heartbeat, password protection
Communication Interface: 1 RJ45 10M/100M self-adaptive Ethernet interface
Video output: 1Vp-p Composite Output(75Ω/BNC)
Power supply: DC12V±10%
Powerconsumption: 6W MAX
IR distance: 20 M
Package: 1*720P IR bullet camera 1*CD with software 1*power adaptor 1*manual
Top Customer Reviews
First off... This is not a top--of-the-line camera. Lets get that straight. The optics are what I expected - fair to OK. They get the job done. Don't expect to read a license plate 150' away. There is a blur to distant objects. Even with resolution and quality set to high, but cameras has acceptable optics.
The nice parts about this camera are:
Easy configuration for Wi-Fi usage. I plugged this into my LAN home router/switch with the CAT5 port, did all my configuration via my laptop web browser, then unplugged it from my PoE LAN port, and once it rebooted, it came right up on Wi-Fi. Well done Alptop (or generic camera manufacturer).
The configuration interface is simple, yet offers decent options and configuration.
What I liked best were these last two items:
The price can not be beat! $50 for an HD Wi-Fi camera is unheard of. I have 20 Hikvision cameras (same style- bullet type), and they are excellent at double the price, but no Wi-Fi. These require CAT5 links with PoE. That can get a little expensive to run wires and hardware if you have PoE switches. But these cameras work well for their price point.
The best feature I found was this camera was plug-and-play with BlueIris security software. I could not believe how easy it was to get this camera operational. After buying (and returning) 3 prior Wifi cameras, this was by far the best. Worked straight out of the gate.
The only thing I can not report on, which time will tell, is the durability and weatherabilty with this inexpensive outdoor camera- I hope it holds up, but I'm not holding my breath.
I removed one of my cameras to replace it with a hardwired camera... no other reason then I like projects and I had a spare Hikvision, this Alptop still works!!
I wanted to note that when I removed the camera, it had a lot of water in it. In my opinion, ANY water is a lot, but I had about 1/2 teaspoon of water. That's over 6 months. The camera was working just fine. I had no idea until it was sitting on my desk and I saw the fog/steam inside the unit lens. I opened it up and I was surprised to learn the following:
*There is a gasket to seal the device, and think this is marginal. I think water could have snuck in there.
*There are 3 screw that hold the unit together on the back. These screws have NO gasket or water seal prevention. So as my camera was outdoors in the elements, I found one screw was VERY rusted, I believe water crept in via the screw hole.
*The brass antenna screw that passes through the casing to the outside has a very enexpensive brass washer, and can not be considered water tight at all. I believe this is another place for water to penetrate.
I plan to apply small amounts of silicone (or similar) sealant to the 3 screw holes, around the rubber gasket that holds the unit together, and also around the brass antenna mounting screw (not getting on the antenna mounting threads of course).
I had said these are decent cameras, and they are. But you get what you pay for. A little added preventative maintenance on these with some silicone and they should last a long time.
I wanted a cheap wireless IP camera for testing.
I cannot give any long term data, however an impression is worth something
This is straight from china as far as I can tell (not manufactured for a secondary party with a patient here in the U.S. with a major name)
Support is going to be ultra limited.
Now with that said - It seems rather functional for what it is - A basic wireless IP Camera with few yet functional features.
Who should buy - those willing to take the time to put settings into fields - basic IT knowledge is required: being able to setup a router would be a good qualifier (because this is basically what it is without a wan port or dhcp capabilities - This isn't a plug and play camera for the most part. If you are using it for home use without the intention of remote viewing it is some-what plug-and-play to borrow a term from 10 years ago. There is no walkthrough setup wizard though.
If the intent is to view your home from a remote location you will need knowledge for: DDNS, static IP addresses, port/trigger forwarding.
Hitting up the kid down the street that have some knowledge of routers could probably set this up for someone.
This camera is not serviced by a secondary service (example: someone pays a company - they upload the data onto the cloud and take care of the technical stuff for you)
The software for windows seems to be limited to internet explorer for live image camera access (This camera came with dhcp for address assignment). There is functionality/setup software for android devices, windows phones, and iphones. They basically made all these methods of access universal for the whole camera lineup. What that means is - you will have extra controls and buttons that may or may not function depending on the model of camera.
Solo remote recording (straight from the camera with no one logged in) is taken care of via FTP - if that is something you want, you'll need to setup or have an ftp server/service.
Same is said for email alert setup (knowledge of server settings)
Accessing the camera via the app (I can only confirm for android) allows the user to view the camera through the app, opening the possibility to save a recording directly to the phone, which is nice.
There are a lot of settings that a semi knowledgeable user would find attractive about this camera.
bottom line - It took me about 30 minutes (this is probably a good universal average) to configure it for what I wanted, that doesn't include additional router changes. Picture/video feed seems pretty crisp (it seems to be a full 720p image sensor rather then a hardware scale up.) Recording frames can be set from once a second to 25fps, motional detection works, and everything that has configurable fields seems to function.
I'm tempted to buy one of their moveable cameras to unlock the rest of the functionality of the software.
I wouldn't buy these on a large scale unless you have an exceptional IT department. Hobby/home use they seem to be pretty good.
Motion sense - on this camera functions as intended.
The camera records/streams in VBR (variable bit rate) and has some settings to do some fine adjustments.
last but not least - IP cameras generally (there are always exceptions to the rule) have pretty standardized access to the cameras themselves. I did find I was able to use some third party software after setup to access the camera.
Hope this is somewhat helpful.
* after a few weeks of testing
It supports Onvif - which in short means you have access to pretty well supported management software (that's free in most cases) The camera ports are configurable http/onvif/p2p. What that means in tech terms, If you want to have remote access to multiple cameras through the internet using ddns, ports this is a needed feature.