HooToo HT-IP206P IP camera
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- Type: High performance camera for professional surveillance and remote monitoring, Pan/Tilt movability with wireless connectivity
- Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g
- Lens: 3x Optical Zoom
- Image Compression: MJPEG
- Light Frequency: 50Hz, 60Hz, Outdoor
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HT-IP006N is a weather-proof digital video camera providing professional realtime or recorded surveillance to improve the safety of indoor and outdoor.
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The setup was easy just as any other camera is. (I've setup a handful so I know how they run)
Interface takes some learning if you don't use the manual to figure it out.
Dome and components seem good quality so I hope it last!
I haven't ever heard of HooToo before so I was a bit nervous, especially this being the only one that fit my needs, but so far so good.
The customer service is pretty good through email but I just noticed after the first night that somehow the dome is causing weird reflections and the night image is kinda worse then a cheapar bullet non ptz outdoor cam. Hopefully some adjusting or a new dome will fix this issue. Its too bad because the day image is pretty good.
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Cons: Night vision- forget it, without expanded IR lights or very bright yard light this thing is nearly blind, the LUX is not low enough. The built in IR lights are good for about 10 feet then fade out fast. The example screen shown for this camera at night are just false. The IR lights would be fine for a porch or small small area. Built in, rotating with camera IR's would of been far far better. Unless your a pro at networking, set up is a bear. You need to first get it working on Lan with IPcamera tool first then after working with your router can jump to wireless, from there to actually seeing it on internet after using a site like no-ip.com to get a dynamic ip address. I know some networking but I am a novice at best, took 2 days to get this to finally work. Using I-Spy free version is the best software to me as it will track and identify any movement or can get a plugin for facial recognition. No other free or trial software including Blue Iris will do this that I found. Without the auto camera tracking might as well buy a stationary bullet camera. con or no there is a minimum of 3 seconds to as high as 15 depending on your bandwidth of lag time for all movements , but seems inherent to security cameras. While I think as many Hootoo is a respectable company, this camera needs minor improvements to be worth its price or at least exceed Foscam and other PTZ IP cameras. Since I see i didn't mention my setup is outdoors. I tried it near porch, and ended up mounting high up on my power pole which has a yard light attached, then added 96 led expansion lights X 4 to cover areas that the yard light couldn't which helps 10X over. If you buy this try the free version of I-Spy software and play with the settings, can make this an interesting PTZ.