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|Item Dimensions||4.2 x 7.5 x 10 inches|
|Item Weight||1.85 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.75 pounds|
|Video Capture Resolution||1280 x 1024 pixels|
AXIS 207MW - network camera
Device Type: Network camera - fixed
Dimensions (WxDxH): 2.2 in x 1.6 in x 3.3
Top Customer Reviews
The Axis cameras are the most suitable ones for Mac users. The 207 series is compatible with Bonjour, which means that the camera will instantly work on your LAN. Following directions, hook up with Cat5/6 cable, go to Safari, and open Bonjour. From there you can make all the necessary set-up adjustments, including for wireless local and Internet use. I have both my Axis 207AWs programmed to be accessible remotely over the Internet. That requires access to the router for port-forwarding, but the Axis side of the set-up is easy, the directions are good, and the tech support is excellent. Use is comfortable, and the set-up options very clear yet versatile, when compared with other cameras I have used.
I regard the Axis 207MW as a high quality product, outclassing its competition.
- Emailing motion detected videos doesn't support modern secure email servers like gmail.
- Wifi seems to only work for a few days at a time. I've had to plug into ethernet to keep it running long term.
- Fish eye effect is very pronounced. Yeah, you get a better field of view but even objects in middle are warped. Not unreasonable, but you should expect it.
- If you choose a higher image quality, you get really bad motion blurring... basically the still background looks great, but everything else sucks. Not a huge deal, but I read the raves about image quality so I purchased it... and quality is only great if you compromise other things.
- 1 out of 10 mpeg4 videos for motion detection just won't play because they are corrupt according to Quicktime.
- I tried HTTPS sending since secure gmail wasn't supported, but it didn't work because the device only support http 1.0. Most services require the HOST: field (not supported by http 1.0).
This webcam isn't bad, but it's in an odd market position. It's not exactly on the easy-to-use side, but if you want optimal control and video quality *at the same price as this device*, you should jet an Asus EEE box, slap a nice Logitech webcam on it and install motion detection software. EEE box only draws 17watts of power and can do things beside waiting for movement when you're on vacation.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This little camera is great. Picture quality is great. Software/firmware is great. I've installed several different brands of IP cameras and Axis is the brand I recommend.Published on January 16, 2014 by W. Roberts
The camera itself is nice enough, but didn't lend itself to easily being networked with the other Axis $800 PTZ unit we bought at the same time... Read morePublished on July 16, 2010 by J. Doyle
I own two 207MW and have used them for about a year. Video image with HD like format is good. Some bowing near top/bottom of image due to wide angle lens, this does not bother me. Read morePublished on February 13, 2010 by Circle3
I have had this camera for more than a year and I would never recommend it to a person who has very little knowledge of a computer/network/internet structure. Read morePublished on November 12, 2009 by Angela Clark
Good camera for the money. The wireless didn't work with my home N system (the access point was a Linksys WRT160N) but worked fine with the SonicWall TZ 190 it was actually meant... Read morePublished on October 24, 2009 by Daniel Afonso
I purchased this camera with the intention of monitoring my house while away. Wireless was important since I did not wish to run extra cables to the location. Read morePublished on September 24, 2009 by R. Wheeler
This camera far exceeded my expectations on quality, range, and ease of use! I'd highly recommend. In fact I am looking to replace our other web cam with one of these as soon as... Read morePublished on August 6, 2009 by B. Grant
Update: Axis talked to me on the phone, and basically told me to pound sand. They said if I wanted a quality camera I should have paid them more money. Read morePublished on January 17, 2009 by XMS
This is a great product, but it can be difficult to get working unless you have an engineering or computer science degree. Read morePublished on August 2, 2008 by John Selbie