Microseven HD Works with Alexa, Free 24Hr Cloud, 1/2.5 CMOS 3MP Wide Angle 110°, 1080P Wireless Outdoor Security IP Camera,ONVIF Day&Night, Free iOS/Android App (960P WiFi+POE+SD Slot)
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1. 1/3" Aptina CMOS
2. Resolution: 1280x960 Primary Stream, 640x480 Second Stream, 320x240 Third Stream
3. Embedded Linux System, Microseven App for Windows, iOS, Mac OS X and Andriod, Remote Setup
4. Wireless Standard: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
5. Wireless Security: WEP & WPA/WPA2 Encryption
6. Built-in DVR via microSD Card (up to 64 GB)
7. Build-in POE: IEEE 802.3af
8. Lens: 3.6 mm 3MP F1.2
9. Day & Night(ICR) auto-switch, 24Pcs LEDs IR 20m
10. Image snapshot, Title OSD, DDNS, Peer to Peer (No Port Forwarding), Email and FTP Sent Image Snapshot and Motion Detection Triggered Sent Image Snapshot
11. Apps for iPhone/iPad/Android Smart Phone
12. Multiple users online simultaneously
13. Microseven CMS Software
14. P2P function, easy remote monitoring
15. Onvif 2.0 version Compliant
16. Image Controls: Brightness, Saturation, Contrast, Hue Adjustable
Network protocol: TCP/IP UDP RTP RTSP RTCP HTTP DNS DDNS DHCP FTP NTP PPPOE SMTP UPNP
ONVIF protocols: Support 2.0 Version
Remote View: Microseven Apps
Network Interface: 10/100M BASE-TX,RJ-45 connector
Operating Temperature: -20 °C ~ 50 °C (-4 °F ~ 122 °F)
Operating Humidity: 0% -85% RH
Power: DC12V 1.5A and 12V/1A output IEEE 802.3af 10/100Mbps POE power over ethernet
Power Consumption: 9W (MAX)
M7B57-WPS IP Camera w/ Build-in Mount Bracket
Bag of screws
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I previously owned a Foscam WiFi camera and it was bulky and it stopped working after about 8 months of use. This Micro-Seven camera has a lot to offer for the commercial and residential markets! Thanks Micro-Seven for making an affordable awesome camera that not only can you view a great picture...but, have a microphone (sold separately) connected to it!
1. The cable that runs to the camera is both fairly short and splits up into four smaller cables with ethernet, power and both audio in and out (picture is in the product description). Since they don't provide a way to disconnect the cable from the camera this sucks for running through walls, especially in my case since I was running to an outside location and didn't want the end of the cables to be exposed.
Since I was intending to use purely power-over-ethernet and didn't care about audio or separate power, I took a risk and cut the cable where it splits off into the four pigtails, ran this into my house, cut off the Ethernet pigtail from the other three and soldered it back to the cable once it was inside the house. It's a little messy but thankfully it worked and I have no visible holes on the exterior of my house! If you're thinking of doing something similar, there are seven wires total you will need to re-solder to the ethernet pigtail. Six of them match the colors coming from the camera (in my case it was twisted pair of blue/blue-white, twisted pair of green/green-white, purple and white). The one remaining wire that doesn't have a match (orange, in my case) goes to the bare wire from the camera.
If I had to do it over, I would look for a camera that has a cable that detaches for easier retrofits.
2. The software is missing some features I would like, such as the ability to record video on motion detection (from what I've figured out so far, video is only recorded on a scheduled basis, and snapshots are recorded/sent from motion detection). Also other cameras I've worked with ran an FTP server for retrieving files from the SD card. This one can push files to an FTP server, but does not offer one internally. Finally there is only one option for an HTTP port, which is a bit inconvenient (on my local network it's nice to use port 80 while offering other ports for external access).
3. The iOS app works just fine if all you're doing is viewing the live stream, but offers absolutely no other functionality (like reviewing the logs or streaming the SD contents).
4. The online documentation is pretty poor. Especially when it comes to installation, you had better be a solid DIY person.
All in all it appears to be a good budget camera so far with a good picture; you're getting good value for your dollar overall but it would be better with a better core feature set.
One final note: I bought a fancy-looking multi-port PoE injector and it did not work with either camera; after a few tries they killed the injector dead. I returned it and got this PoE switch instead and they work fine with it: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000QYEN1W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
It's not a huge sample space but anecdotally you're better off paying the extra cash for a proper PoE-capable switch than trying to inject PoE into your line.
The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is that I can't find a good balance on the motion detection setting. If I set it sensitive enough to get people walking by it also records every time the wind blows the trees or bugs flying in the IR light at night.
This is my first outdoor security camera, but, setup was not all that difficult. I was able to get it up and running myself, but, contacted Microseven with a few questions. Jim, from Microseven, was the most helpful person I've ever encountered in 30+ years of working with computers and networks. So, I'm comfortable in saying even a complete computer/network novice will benefit from his help. He's quite savvy about his products and their proper setup and use. Incidentally, I stripped a vertical positioning screw in the mounting bracket and Jim offered to send me a new bracket, no questions asked. Now THAT's service.