HooToo HT-IP210F Wired/Wireless WiFi Network Camera, 16-LEDs (Night Vision) Extended Survey Area, Pan/Tilt (Horizontal:320° & Vertical: 120°), Built-in Mic & Speaker for Two-Way Audio Communication, Embedded IR Filter for Much Real Colors, Free DDNS Link for WAN View, Smartphone App from Apple Store, White
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- You can now access the live camera video feed via any web-enable devices, including computer, laptop, Smartphone, iPhone; And from anywhere you want - bedroom, lobby, library, parking lot, etc. You name it.
- You can not only see but hear and interact with your friend now in a real-time manner. This will make things much easier. Think for a moment that when you are giving commands through the camera to train your dog back at the other end, it is really a fun.
- The movability of the HooToo HT-IP210F enables it to cover a wide field of view, namely it pans 320° (side-to-side) and tilts 120° (up-and-down).
- To make your home monitoring a truly simple experience, we create you this incredible HooToo HT-IP210F. With its cable-free installation and remote operation, it will definitely save you a great deal of trouble.
- What if the color through the camera comes out like a little bit unreal or wash-out? Well definitely not with our HT-IP210F. With its equipped infrared cut-off filter, we guarantee every HT-IP210F provide you the most real color and natural-looking image.
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|Package Height||4.9 x 7.1 x 8.4 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.75 pounds|
HooToo® - Security Solutions Partner
Protection for the important people and property in your life is of critical importance in a world full of uncertainties. The mission of HooToo is to be your reliable partner for affordable video security cameras and surveillance systems. With our premium selection of user-friendly products, your home and office will always be kept safe.
-Video features: Adjustable image size and quality; time stamp; flip & Mirror
-Wireless: 802.11b/g, with WEP/WPA/WPA2 security
-Network protocol: TCP/IP, HTTP, DNS, DHCP, PPPoE, SMTP, FTP, SSL, TFTP, NTP, ARP, etc
-Browser: IE 6.0/ 7.0/ 8.0, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, etc
-Online management: up to 9 cameras
-OS: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7
- No IP detection
1. Check the network wiring and run the installation wizard
2. Enable DHCP in your router, disable MAC address filter
3. Make sure it is not blocked by firewall or anti-virus software
- How to reset if not responsive
Make sure the camera is powered on, hold the reset button for 15s and release
- Can not access wireless connection
1. Double check your setting (SSID, password, etc)
2. Do NOT enable MAC address filter in your router
3. Enable wireless settings in wired mode; then unplug the wire to auto-switch to wireless mode
-Indoor use only, must always be positioned where it is not exposed to direct sunlight or strong halogen light
-Does not support https protocol
-Minimum lux required for normal operation: 0.5lm
-To view video REMOTELY, you need to run the DDNS
-The video fluency could be affected by network speed
Top customer reviews
I bought this to be used as a baby monitor/camera. The video monitors sold at, say Babies R Us are very expensive for what they are and are limited in function. Here's what I did: I bought this camera and mounted it towards the top of a 2x2 by 8 foot piece of wood with the included screws. I went to the hardware store to get a half-dozen 1/3 inch width heavy-duty zip ties. I strapped the 2"x2" to the far corner of the crib. From there, I dropped down the power cord and also the ethernet cable. Sure, you can use it in wireless mode, but hard-wire is more stable and I've got a network jack in my infant son's room.
What you can do with this now is buy a $4 HooToo app for your iPhone/iTouch/iPad and watch your child from any where you have a connection. It's awesome. From work, I can just type in a link in to the *included* dyndns compatible URL and view my child from my desk at work - when he's in the crib.
This is not the high-def HooToo edition, but at 640x480, it's adequate. In fact, you can double click on the screen and the image will expand to full screen. I found that out by accident. The image can get a little grainy, but look at the price. Most of the time, my child is sleeping in his crib in the dark, so the camera switches to infrared mode and you get a well-lit black and white image.
Oh, and another thing, this camera has two-way sound. I can hear my child cry or other wise make noise by clicking on the headphone button in the web interface. I can also talk back, by pressing the talk button. I haven't tried that, though, since I always go to my son when he's fussy. Note, that the audio only works when using Internet Explorer. There is no audio when using the HooToo app (sold separately via itunes).
This camera functioned properly right out of the box. To date, I've owned it about six months and am pleased. It does take some network knowledge to set it up properly. You've got to know your way around your router in order to set up Upnp. So, bottom line, if you're a tinkerer, this will bring you much joy. If not, call your friend who knows how to fix your computer and offer pizza and beer.
I did have to contact customer support via e-mail when the FAQ on the website couldn't answer my questions. However, I was pleasantly surprised that a very knowledgeable person responded within 24 hours and will proper English.
Some disappointments: The owner's manual is printed in what must be 2 point font. I needed a microscope in order to read it. It was also very badly translated into English. This camera does not offer secure https login, so be wary of logging in while you are joined to a non-secure network. Also, this camera will NOT work with 64-bit Internet Explorer - only 32 bit.
As for other positives, this can be used for other things besides a baby monitor once your child grows up. It's got Wi-Fi. It can be remotely panned and tilted, but no zoom. The pan and tilt is easy via web browser or the HooToo app. You can even set presets so that you can aim the camera at a point and then recall those position with a mouse click.
Funny brand name, scattered thoughts, but recommeded!
Here are some things to be aware of:
1) In order to set it up with wifi, you need to have it physically connected first via ethernet. It was a little confusing until I figured that out.
2) When dawn rises, the camera makes a loud 'click' sound for about 30 minutes as it continues to switch from night vision to daytime. It is pretty annoying being in the room with the camera.
3) The setup of the camera does require some knowledge of wifi networks, especially if you want to send pictures to an FTP site.
I also wish they had a native iPhone app just to help with the usability while away.
Well, bummer. The IR lights are not working on this one... I'm going to return this one for another and give it a go as well. I'll update the review once I receive my new one.
Most recent customer reviews
DOes not work with Wifi as it says, and it is THE most complicated apparatus I have ever had to install, and Im good at installing anything...Read more