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Edimax IC-7110W Wireless 11n Pan/Tilt Internet IP Camera with e-cloud Plug-n-View Geature (IC-7110W)

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  • Features e-cloud Plug-n-View for DDNS free installation for internet live view
  • Supports H.264, MPEG4 and M-JPEG video streaming. Supports night vision and two ways audio.
  • Motorized Pan/Tilt with a viewing angle plus minus 355 degree horizontally and plus minus 120 degree vertically
  • Features multi areas motion detection and snapshot/video to E-mail and FTP
  • Features Pre-recording & Post-recording of the triggered event
  • Supports up to 16 user login accounts for web access. Includes 16-channel view and record utility to view up to 16 cameras
  • Stores Recording Files Locally in Built-In SDHC Memory Card Slot
  • Free download live view APP EdiView for iPhone & Android Smartphone
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Product Description

Edimax IC-7110W Wireless 11n Pan/Tilt Internet IP Camera with e-Cloud Plug-n-View Feature for DDNS Free Installation. Support H.264, Night Vision, 1.3M Pixel for Max. Resolution 1280x1024, Two Way Audio, External SD Card, and Free Live View App EdiView for iPhone & Android Smartphone

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Brand Name Edimax
Item model number IC-7110W
Item Weight 1.9 pounds
Product Dimensions 4.3 x 4.3 x 4.4 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 4.3 x 4.3 x 4.4 inches

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Best Sellers Rank #1,146 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Audio & Video Accessories > Webcams
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available May 29, 2012

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This was purchased to be used as a baby monitor for a child with special needs and I have been using it for a little more than a month. I was looking to buy something with pan/tilt without having to pay a ton of money. After days of researching options and reading message boards, this one seemed to be the best selection we could afford at the time.

- Great picture quality
- Great range of rotation
- Digital zoom
- Responsive pan/tilt presets and swipe to move camera
- Can stream to multiple devices simultaneously (recommend hard-wired connection)

- Although this camera is capable of higher resolutions, the highest setting is really useless even over a wired connection.
- Out of the box, the night vision LEDs were turned off by default. Why would someone buy a night vision capable camera and want the LEDs turned off? It took me a while to find the problem and eventually downloaded the manual to discover where the setting was. If this is you, log into the camera, click on the video menu then select "night vision".
- The firmware is a bit buggy as it has been required to do periodic hard resets almost daily (by unplugging) to get it to get it to connect back to the network. This is not the only device on the network, but the only one having trouble, so we thought maybe it was wireless interference. We changed the settings to use the Ethernet port instead and still have the same issues, just not as frequent (maybe a hard reset is needed every few days). Since we cannot trust the connectivity to be consistent, we kept the old baby monitor just for the audio and use this one for the video.

Bottom line this camera would be a great economical choice where critical consistent monitoring is not necessary. Otherwise you need a backup plan or save up for something more reliable and much more expensive.
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I purchased this cam along with a Foscam FI8910W. Although the quality of Edimax was superior, there are a couple of issues that made me return it and keep the foscam. The motor in the edimx makes a bit too much noise when panning for my liking. In all fairness, you can make it quieter by going into the setup and slowing down the rotation speed. Another irritant in the panning of the edimax, was the fact that one click and it pans too far over. I put mine in the baby room as a nanny cam and wanted to include the crib and doorway. If I pan once, it pans too far and passes the door. If I pan back in the opposite direction, it misses the changing table next to crib. I dont know why the dont allow you to pan in smaller increments?!
The set up was also a bit complex and getting it to work on Blue Iris was more of a pain than the Foscam fi8910w. It has many advantages and features over the foscam fi8910 such as better compression and video quality, and recording directly to a memory card, but the 8921 just came out and seems to match it - at least w/those features and all other specs. It's not a bad camera but I prefer the foscams. They are supported in my software, easy to setup, quieter, and seem to work at least as well.
My rating of 2 stars may be a bit harsh but the panning was a critical feature for me.
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I had 2 if these. Both stopped functioning shortly after the warranty ran out. Completely dead... no power. I managed to get Edimax to replace one, but it also went dead after a few months.

Would never buy an Edimax camera again.
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Let me start off by saying I did not purchase this camera from Amazon as I found it cheaper on another online store. I have currently owned it about 3 months now.

When I first started my search for an IP camera I was surprised by how many brands there were but also by how many bad reviews each one had. I think most of the bad reviews are because setting these cameras up are not as user friendly as they could be so people get frustrated. If you buy a camera like this model that has the cloud feature you can usually set it up pretty quickly, but a lot of them that you have to setup Port Forwarding will drive most people crazy.

This isn't a bad camera per say, and its very sleek and cool looking and from a hardware perspective its great, but when it comes to the software it needs a lot of work.

The reason I got this one was because it had all the features I wanted: Night Vision, Pan and Tilt, 2-Way Voice, SD card slot, extra high resolution.

This being one of the highest resolution consumer grade camera's I thought the picture quality would be great. Sadly I'm not even able to take advantage of the high resolution as according to Edimax "one 1280x1024 camera equals 4.3 640x480 cameras in pixel count. Streaming the max resolution over the Internet is virtually impossible for the average home."

The camera gives you the option to view in Mpeg, Mpeg-4 or H.264 but there doesn't seem to be a way to specifically pick which one to use (unless you access it with the Admin Account). According to Edimax only IE supports H.264, but since there is no way to specifically select it, I'm not sure its even working.

Next their directions for port forwarding say open up ports, 80, 554, 50000-60000.
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