Amcrest 2K 3MP Wireless Outdoor Security Camera ProHD 1080P / 1296P (2304TVL) Bullet IP WiFi Outdoor Camera - Full HD 1080P @ 30fps and 1296P @ 20fps, IP67, 98ft Night Vision, IP3M-943B (Black)
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|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
|Video Capture Resolution||1080p|
|Power Source||Corded electric|
|Alert type||Audio And Motion|
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- 1. HIGH PERFORMANCE, ULTRA-HD – Experience magnificent 2K (3-Megapixel / 2304x1296) video with enhanced low light capability on this WiFi outdoor camera. Features an extra-wide 100° viewing angle which allows you to cover more ground and keep more of what matters to you safe. Works with Alexa through AmcrestCloud.
- 2. SMARTER SECURITY – Receive motion alert notifications and review footage via your smartphone with the Amcrest View app. Playback and record professionally on a PC using the Amcrest Surveillance Pro for Windows and MAC (included) or Blue Iris Professional. Works with Amcrest Cloud remote video storage, MicroSd card, Amcrest NVRs, Synology and QNAP NAS, FTP, Pale Moon and Sea Monkey Browsers, IE, Safari, Firefox 49.0 and Chrome with Amcrest Web View Extension.
- 3. DAY OR NIGHT, RAIN OR SHINE – Built to whether any storm and the darkest of nights, this wireless outdoor camera features a heavy-duty metal weatherproof IP67 housing as well as built-in IR LEDs to achieve awesome night vision capability up to 98 feet.
- 4. SECURE CLOUD VIDEO BACKUP – The optional Amcrest Cloud remote video storage subscription service allows you automatically store your videos off-site in a third-party location hosted and secured by Amazon AWS. This way if something happens to your local PC/NVR/SDcard/NAS, the footage will be safely recorded in a secure off-site location and accessible to you through a web-based Flash interface for PC (Chrome/Firefox/Safari/Edge) and AmcrestCloud smartphone app.
- 5. SIMPLE, RELIABLE, SECURE – This Amcrest 2.4ghz WiFi outdoor camera features a secure SSL/HTTPS connection, wireless AES/WPA2 encryption, FCC and CE certificates and receives regular firmware updates (Does not support 5ghz). At Amcrest, we want to ensure the safety of our customers, their loved ones, homes and businesses. You’ll receive a full 1-year US Warranty and Lifetime Support provided directly from Amcrest. Compatible with the following Amcrest Junction Boxes, ASIN: B07CB468HC, B07FK662Z5
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- 1 x Amcrest ProHD Outdoor Bullet Camera
- 1 x Network Cable
- 1 x 10 Foot Power Supply
- Quick Start Guide
- 1-Year Warranty from Amcrest*
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Free Browser Viewing for PC/Mac.
Amcrest View iOS/Android/Kindle apps.
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Amcrest ProHD Outdoor 3-Megapixel (2304 x 1296P) Weatherproof Bullet Camera
Peace of mind, no matter where you are
Is everything at home okay? Did I leave the garage open? Are the kids home from school? With the Amcrest ProHD camera, you can be in two (or more) places at once. Check-in on the things you care about - from anywhere.
Everything you've wanted in a security camera
No monthly fees. Motion detection, night vision, weatherproof housing, 4 hours of free cloud storage, and a lot more. This is the camera you've been waiting for.
Get set up quickly and easily.
The ProHD camera comes with a QR code on the camera that can be scanned with a mobile device using our free Amcrest View app (available on iOS/Android/Kindle). Say bye-bye to traditional, complex setup processes that require you to have a degree in computer science. The ProHD can be quickly and easily set up by anyone on Wi-Fi, using a mobile device. Instantly see live video using your computer, tablet, or phone from anywhere.
Experience true HD in 3-Megapixel (2304 x 1296P)
Featuring a Sony image sensor and Ambarella processor, the Amcrest ProHD camera streams in crisp, 1296P video quality. Soak in the vivid colors and rich imagery provided by a full 2304 x 1296P resolution at 20 frames per second (FPS). No need to strain your eyes, lean in close, or play the guessing game when you have this level of detail.
4 Hours of Free Cloud Storage
With Amcrest Cloud, you can login from a computer (PC or Mac), or use the Amcrest Cloud app on a mobile device to check on recorded footage. With an intelligent timeline display and intuitive interface, easily playback your recordings in seamless 3-Megapixel quality. Amcrest Cloud offers 4 hours of continuous recorded storage for free. You are never forced into paying subscription fees, and can start using our cloud service risk-free. Optional 7-day, 15-day, and 30-day storage plans are available for a monthly charge per camera.
Multiple Storage Options
In addition to Amcrest Cloud and MicroSD card, the Amcrest ProHD camera can also record to an FTP server, a NAS, onto your local computer, or to any Amcrest NVR (not included). We give you full control over how you want to use your camera, and never force you to use a specific solution. With the ProHD camera, you have full control over your recordings and can manage them however you'd like.
Easy remote viewing on your PC and mobile devices.
Checking in on what you love has never been easier: all you need is an internet connection. Instantly receive a securely encrypted, live video feed via your computer, tablet, or mobile phone, from anywhere and at any time. Our superb web interface also has the advantage of working on most browsers, including Firefox and Safari.
IP67 heavy-duty metal weatherproof cameras
All of our ProHDs are heavy-duty metal IP67 cameras engineered to perform in severe environmental conditions. The IP67 rating is awarded for devices that have tested as completely airtight against dust and able to endure any kind of wind and rain. Each camera's excellent build quality is part of what guarantees the amazing reliability of our surveillance cameras.
See in the dark up to 98 feet
Cutting-edge night vision technology allows you to get a crystal clear picture, even in total darkness. The ProHD camera has 30 IR LEDs which provide up to 98 feet of night vision. With the ability to light up an entire driveway or backyard at night, you'll never be in the dark again.
US Warranty and Lifetime Support
All purchases include Amcrest's 1-Year Domestic Warranty plus Lifetime Support, making our fully-featured, quality engineered ProHD camera one of the best values available for a security camera. Enjoy peace of mind knowing that if your ProHD camera ever stops working within a year of purchase, it will be replaced promptly from our headquarters based in Houston, Texas.
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|Field of View||Wide 90°||Wide 90°||Wide 90°||Super Wide 100º||Super Wide 100º||Super Wide 100º|
|Pan, Tilt, Zoom||Yes / Yes / Yes: with Intelligent Digital Zoom||Yes / Yes / Yes: with Intelligent Digital Zoom||Yes / Yes / Yes: with Intelligent Digital Zoom||No / No / Yes: with Intelligent Digital Zoom||No / No / Yes: with Intelligent Digital Zoom||No / No / Yes: with Intelligent Digital Zoom|
|Night Vision||Up to 32ft||Up to 32ft||Up to 32ft||Up to 98ft||Up to 98ft||Up to 98ft|
|Two-Way Audio||Yes: Built-In Mic/Speaker, and Includes External Audio Jacks||Yes: Built-In Mic/Speaker, and Includes External Audio Jacks||Yes: Built-In Mic/Speaker, and Includes External Audio Jacks||None||None||None|
|Quick and Easy Setup||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Cloud Recording||Optional - Free Trial Includes 4 Hours of Free Storage||Optional - Free Trial Includes 4 Hours of Free Storage||Optional - Free Trial Includes 4 Hours of Free Storage||Optional - Free Trial Includes 4 Hours of Free Storage||Optional - Free Trial Includes 4 Hours of Free Storage||Optional - Free Trial Includes 4 Hours of Free Storage|
|Local Recording||FTP, NVR, MicroSD Card, Amcrest Cloud||FTP, NVR, MicroSD Card, Amcrest Cloud||FTP, NVR, MicroSD Card, Amcrest Cloud||FTP, NVR, Amcrest Cloud||FTP, NVR,MicroSD Card, Amcrest Cloud||FTP, NVR, MicroSD Card, Amcrest Cloud|
|Connection Type||Wired/WiFi (2.4ghz) - WEP, WPA, WPA2 Encryption||Wired/WiFi (2.4ghz/ 5 ghz) - WEP, WPA, WPA2 Encryption||Wired/WiFi (2.4ghz/ 5 ghz) - WEP, WPA, WPA2 Encryption||Wired/WiFi (2.4ghz) - WEP, WPA, WPA2 Encryption||Wired/WiFi (2.4ghz) - WEP, WPA, WPA2 Encryption||Wired/WiFi (2.4ghz) - WEP, WPA, WPA2 Encryption|
|Video Resolution||Full HD: 1920x1080p, H.264 Compression||Ultra HD: 3M (2304×1296p), H.264 Compression||Ultra HD: 3M (2304×1296p), H.264 Compression||Ultra HD: 3M (2304×1296p), H.264 Compression||Ultra HD: 3M (2304×1296p), H.264 Compression||Ultra HD: 3M (2304×1296p), H.264 Compression|
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This camera gets a playback image just about as good at full-res, low compression as it does at it's lowest level. Very impressive. Color accuracy at night is perfect. Haven't worked with B/W modes much, but they looked great with or without IR (can be turned off, but only available in B/W mode). It is possible to digital zoom on iPhone/Android/Windows(FireFox) without affecting other viewers or the recordings (not like the PTZ camera). Haven't identified the WiFi range, but with a removable antenna, you can add another one, Especially if you need to route it away from animals eating it. Definitely handles high-speed connections.. I am pulling over 1000kbps over wifi directly. Only 2.4GHz, though.. still, not bad.
With a MicroSD Card in a water-resistant removal panel hiding it, it can self-store footage. not sure how much yet.. but there are other options. You can record Full Time or Trigger Events for Full time or Events only and to each media choice separately, which includes SDCard, FTP and NAS Services. So you can record full time on the SD Card (Up to 64GB), and send trigger shots to FTP. This is fantastic! Allows me to add remote-notification displays using my VT-NET Environment.
First time installation might take a few tries, as the interface is well designed, but not quite as well programmed. If you have to, use an OTG, Network adapter on your phone to install it. Haven't tried this, but I will if I move the camera again.. Yes, you can use OTG to connect your phone or tablet to a network directly. I use mine as a diagnostic device. works great when WiFi has issues. :-)
In the world of outdoor cameras, this has the clearest view, fairly long range, and a great wide angle (105°). You can program up to 4 detection maps, allowing you to handle long distance areas and up-close areas, or block out traffic. A Lens flare effect will cause issues with night motion, as will critters and bugs. Very stable for full-time Firefox monitoring (as I have done lately).
The Camera has a standard barrel power connector at 12V ½A, but came with a 12V 2A power supply (center positive) just in case. I believe this had PoE, but I don't have an injector to test it with, and I don't know if the passive ones I have are compatible. I will have access to PoE equipment soon, so I will update this review when I find out. the power cord is noticeably longer than cords I've seen in the past, somewhere from 6-8 feet long. Didn't actually measure it, as I didn't need the distance at it's current installation.
If you can afford a little more, the 4 Megapixel camera might be recommended, but this works awesome compared to all the systems I have ever worked with, including NetGears ArloCam (won't allow automated download, store in cloud for 1 month only), Bunker Hill/NightOwl and 14 others (major software compatibility and stability issues, as well as Q-See camera systems.
Q-See camera systems have been my favorite for a while, as they are a great wired system, and installation is quite easier than most, except when it comes to their Digital (QAM) cameras. So far, I haven't found a great way to tell which is in the box (Analog or Digital), and I've been wrong a few times.. If it's digital, the cameras are less forgiving than analog cameras are for power and signal requirements.. and I haven't found a cheap device to test them yet, either.
If you get one, get the SD Card, and I highly recommend 64G. If you ever have an incident, you can quickly download the video using the playback utility.. a little hard to explain for first timers, but it simplifies downloading greatly. I have had some issues with recompiling the video for comparison and time-syncing with other types of feeds (frames compile out of order). and worst case, you can record directly from the screen using a program like BandiCam. I've had issues with them not keeping my other installation activated, but my main system has done well and makes it easier to provide to local law enforcement.
I am looking forward to adding one to my car soon, with a modified power supply of course.
I purchased the bullet camera, in black, from a Deal of the Day to see if it would be a good candidate to replace my 7 year old Lorex system. I have since purchased one dome (956) and two bullet (943) cameras in white, along with their 4108 NVR. My application is for outdoor use only to monitor my property. I like them enough to replace my 640x480 wireless Lorex system that had a DVR and three cameras. Going from 640x480 to 2304x1296 is a gain of about 9x in number of pixels. The colors from Amcrest is more saturated and is adjustable but I've left them as they came.
These are the things I don't like about Amcrest:
1. Setting up the cameras is always a lesson in frustration and it may be partly my fault since I keep thinking I need to use the password I want to use instead of the default first. I always start with Ethernet configuration but the wifi name never seem to be listed. So I switch back and forth between Ethernet and Wifi configuration until I get to work with Ethernet.
2. Lack of clear documentation sucks. Plain and simple. This leads to most of the things I don't like about the system.
3. The event/motion setup on the Android mobile app setup is confusing. The meaning of the icons is not obvious. The "hand" one doesn't seem to do anything. So I just use the PC or Mac Surveillance Pro program or the the NVR setup instead which gives me four mask settings.
4. The interface between platforms isn't in sync.
a. There is limited functionality in the mobile app as compared to the programs and NVR interface.
b. Rotation of the camera view on the mobile app is a nightmare with its confusing icons. Clear in Surveillance Pro on the PC. Clear via the NVR interface. Missing on the Mac.
c. Night vision enable/disable is clear on the app but does not seem to be available in Surveillance Pro on the PC or Mac. It's available on the NVR but is more complicated.
d. Main video stream disable/enable is only available on the mobile app., but for some reason while setting the video stream parameters on the Mac, one of my cameras' main video stream was disabled. I only found out that was the problem using the mobile app because I can connected to the camera but get no video on the NVR, which defaults to the main video stream while the mobile app defaults to the substream video and I get video on the app but not the NVR!
e. Because my purpose is for outdoor applications, the motion event blocks are too large. I wish they were smaller. So my threshold setting is low, 1 - 4 most of the time, depending on how close I want to trigger a motion event.
5. On the dome camera, because there is the dome, car or street lights create a streak in the image. Headlights will set off a motion event.
6. On the dome camera, limited angle adjustment vs. the bullet camera. I mounted mine upside down on a horizontal surface so the angle will only give me so much sky because of this limitation. Your mileage may vary depending on how it's mounted.
7. No mobile, 2.5", hard drive mounting capability in the NVR.
8. Event viewing is a bit clunky across all platforms. Worst via the NVR interface. But I've learned to deal with it. If there are any glitches in the playback, it's in how it was recorded, not the device's fault. Verified it when I extracted the video and played it on the PC.
9. Selecting the camera to view as the main screen during playback on the mobile app can be challenging. Must be the sensitivity of the app. This affects the bottom disappearing menu that doesn't seem to have a clear way to display in landscape mode once it goes away. All I do is turn the phone to portrait to get it back before rotating the phone back to landscape.
No system is perfect but I love my new Amcrest system. The one problem I had initially was with the mobile app but it turned out it was caused by the crowded 2.4 GHz channel my router was using. Whenever I added a camera, the app would only connect to the latest camera. Very frustrating. When I was away, like at work, I couldn't connect up to any cameras. So with a free network analyzer app, I found that in my house channels 1, 6, and 11 were the crowded channels. After setting my router to use channel 3, all my connection issues went away and have been perfect ever since for over a week.
These are the things I love about Amcrest:
1. Storage of recordings the way I want. On microSD or NVR, or both. My number two on the list.
2. Files storage is very efficient. Over ten days with four cameras, it's used 29 GB of space with aggressive motion detection. I have a 160 GB mobile hard drive in the NVR. I won't need to purchase terabyte hard drives for this application. I use mobile hard drives because they are quieter than desktop hard drives.
3. High resolution. Much higher than my Lorex cameras.
4. Clear, saturated color picture.
5. IP67 with all the o-rings and gaskets included. The one for the antenna is to got outside on the male end rather than inside the female end. But I've used it in the female end just fine. I also use silicone tape to make sure everything is water tight.
6. Wide view at 100 degrees, much wider than my old Lorex, which was less than 60 degrees, I believe.
7. Ease of mounting. Dome camera came with a template. Bullet camera is all connected as one.
8. Reasonable price. They are about half the price as my old Lorex cameras which were prone to disconnection. No disconnections or resets have been required thus far.
9. Cameras can be set up to auto sync for time at an interval of your choosing. Same with the NVR.
10. Cameras can set set up to automatically change for Daylight Saving. Same with the NVR.
11. Auto-maintenance to reset the the cameras at an interval of your choosing. Same with the NVR.
12. Auto-maintenance to delete files at an interval of your choosing. Same with the NVR. I set mine to delete after 30 days.
13. Customizable almost everything like bit rate and frame rate, video flip, mirror, and rotate, color saturation, night mode auto or off, color or black and white. Hard wire Ethernet or wireless. Naming of the channels, though it's a little obscure and one field is local to the application used rather than a global setting. Again, documentation will go a long way in understanding how that actually works.
14. Although playback is a bit clunky, it's much better than my old Lorex system which was in list format over multiple pages. This is in a timeline format much like you'd see with the Nest but not as easy to select.
15. Not affected by the brightness of the sun. My old Lorex camera would go on the fritz just with the sun reflecting off the lawn, with most of the picture showing solid blocks of color, triggering motion events continuously. It was worst with snow on the ground.
16. Solidly built cameras. Feels very high quality.
17. Most importantly, it's reliable. Every morning when I turn on the monitor, there are my four cameras working with synchronized time.
I have a four camera system because I liked the cameras and picture quality so much. With the Lorex, three cameras was all I could put up with. Plus, they were expensive. It was a "good enough" system. Now I have a great system that's pleasing to view at a great price point.
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Update. I am now resetting the camera at least once per week. It just stops recording. The only thing that fixes it ia a power cycle. Not acceptable for a security device. This changes my mind and im now removing all the stars. This is not a security class device. I could have been robbed and would have never known
I have connected mine to my NAS Qnap TVS-871 and it works like a charm. Short story, this is a perfect camera for home users, it is well built and offers enough features to do a proper house security (motion detection, local and remote recording, mobile phone connectivity, ...). Finally, the most important point to consider, they support their product in US/Canada, UK, Spain ... Time will tell how reliable it is, but for what I can see so far, I recommend this product.
If you run them on ethernet cable I suppose it does not matter if the wireless is a bit weak. They are both metal and had
no visible plastic parts. The 4M had very few reviews so likely a new model. Very wide view! If the wireless was better
I think they would be a good choice. Very durable.
Se va la luz en casa o se va momentaneamente la señal de internet y se desconfigura en el movil y hay que reinstalar la aplicacion es molesto, debe de permanecer en el movil. agradezco su ayuda y su comunicacion
But after a couple days it lost connectivity and i havent been able to reestablish a connection. Hard re boot, solid red light to flashing red light to flashing green light.. still no connection.. tried wifi, P2P and nothing..
Really disappointed... the image I had when it was working was great... now im stuck with it as I purchased it months ago and only recently got a chance to try it... maybe i got the lemon in the bunch..
Matt Oliver from Amcrest got back to me in response to a question before the purchase and after when I was setting it up. Absolutely first class support and the camera is now working just fine.
I have not commented on night vision, since I have not tried it yet. It is SO nice to have this level of support!
Night vision works very well indeed.
I make setup with ethernet cable. The pc application seem is for advance users. But i'm happy with Android one.
Update: After 11 months of use, motion detection stop working on all of my camera for no reason. Even after an hard reset... nothing. Very disapointed NO GOOGLE HOME INTEGRATION
Update 2: It was my phone problem not the cameras.
One of my camera was working 24/7 since May 2018 without any problem even in cold winter.
On the other hand, the app to monitor the camera with an Android phone is trash.
I never have been able to get it to work and a call to the help desk let me know that it is staffed by not very smart people.
Checked on the internet and it seems to be a common problem with no solutions offered.
Not really worth it if the software won't work, I would NOT buy again.