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Panasonic HomeHawk Outdoor Wireless Smart Home Security Camera, Wide Angle View, Color Night Vision, 2-Way Talk, Works with Alexa & Google Assistant, 1 Camera Kit (KX-HN7001W)
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- SETUP IN MINUTES – Camera snaps easily into included door mount bracket
- DEDICATED SUPPORT - Call or chat with a HomeHawk Smart Home Monitoring HD Video Camera System specialist for assistance with installation, connectivity or troubleshooting
- 100% WIRE-FREE – Uses home Wi-Fi network, plus no power cables needed thanks to a long life* built-in rechargeable battery. (3 Months between charges average)
- NO CLOUD STORAGE FEES – Never pay to access your data. Videos are stored securely on an optional Micro SD card** inserted into the included network access point hub
- FULL FRONT DOOR COVERAGE – Ultra wide angle 172-degree weather resistant*** camera provides full view of your front door and yard
- MOTION DETECTION – Custom motion activity zone feature included. Set customize alert zones for your property
- REAL-TIME ALERTS - Watch live views and respond verbally to your front door activity. View in HD color day or night via Panasonic’s HomeHawk app. (For IOS and Android)
- WORKS WITH ALEXA – Just Ask Alexa to view the front door camera via an Amazon Show device, or via Google Assistant via Chromecast
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Prevent Package Theft
With a HomeHawk system, monitoring your home's front door area has never been easier. It's the only system with a 172-degree wide-angle view camera to monitor your front door and porch in HD color, day or night. Plus automatically warn would-be package thieves that your premises are being monitored.
A Wider View
Only HomeHawk has a high-definition 172° wide-angle view camera to fully monitor your front door top to bottom and your porch left to right in full color, day or night to let you know who or what is at your door.
See Everything in Color, Even at Night
With Panasonic's high-quality color night-vision camera you can clearly view and identify everyone and everything in greater detail than other monitoring cameras that only offer lower-quality monochrome night vision.
Whole House Coverage
Large or small, HomeHawk covers your entire house and yard. Add up to 16 peripheral HomeHawk outdoor HD cameras and enjoy the confidence and convenience of wireless monitoring for peace of mind.
Works with Alexa
Make monitoring simple with your Amazon Echo Show or Amazon Fire TV and integrated Alexa voice assist. Just say, “Alexa, show me the front door camera” then instantly see who is at your front door.
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Home Hawk by Panasonic, the global leader in professional commercial video recording, HD cameras, and video networks. 100 Years of Panasonic consumer product confidence is built into the Home Hawk home monitoring experience. Installs easily with no electrical wires or networks cables needed because it runs on battery power and works using our home Wi-Fi network****. Panasonic Wi-Fi and rechargeable battery power means the cameras are fully wire-free. Set alert zones to minimize unwanted alerts, while still having the option to record video alerts to a secure Micro SD Card** in the systems wireless access point base unit, no 3rd party monitoring or cloud services are required. Home Hawk cameras offer HD video quality and are weather-resistant, *** plus they run on Panasonic’s built-in long-life rechargeable battery* technology that powers many of the worlds most advanced automotive and electronic devices. No more black and white low-quality network video, monitor your home or apartments front door with Panasonic’s color night vision technology. Color night vision is the difference between seeing and knowing what or who arrived at your front door day or night. Add up to 16 peripheral Home Hawk weather-resistant* outdoor HD cameras. Enjoy the confidence and convenience of the Panasonic Home Hawk App. Simple, Effective, Secure. DISCLAIMERS: Free Installation support available within . * 3 Months of battery life is estimated from 5 min. per day of active detection ** Optional Micro SD Card sold separately, *** IP65 Rating, Operating Temp. -4 degrees to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. KEYWORDS: KX-HN7001W; KXHN7001W; HN7001W; KX-HN7001; HN7001; 7001; Panasonic; home monitor; package theft; security camera; cameras security; porch pirate; door security; network camera; IP Camera; HD camera; baby monitor; pet monitor; 100% wire free; wireless; Wi-Fi camera; wireless camera; smart home; smart-home; wireless security camera; indoor security camera; outdoor security camera; echo show; Alexa;
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Overall, I think it could be an outstanding surveillance system, but a major software flaw downgrades it to gadget level.
- very easy to install
- decent image quality, even though at 720p it's not top of the art
- Good local storage with Access point
What's not good:
- It's not possible to schedule a timer. Let's say I wanted to schedule the system to work and record from 10 pm to 6 am. Very simply, it's not possible. So the system is either on and recording everything day and night, or off and recording nothing. With grand kids in our home during holiday season, I saw that 131 recordings for my first day of utilization. At this rate, I assume the sd card will fill up very quickly, to say nothing about battery life. This is truly unacceptable for a good surveillance system.
What I did is the following. I created a personal mode "Off" with no recording, no reporting. Only motion detection is working (cannot be stopped). This is what I use during daytime. For the night, when I want monitoring, I use a normal working mode.
As a consequence, I have to think about setting the system on for the night, and off for the day. Not good.
N.B: other brands offer a timer function with their application.
...and I've tried quite a few.
Three things have always led me to abandon them and consider a professional installation instead:
(1) Wires (for data and power)
(2) Clunky interfaces
(3) Poor user guides
This system solves 2.9 of those things.
Parts and data flow:
(1) Wired access point that attaches to your router and holds the recording media (microSD card, not included). It supports up to 64GB (what I'm using; not sure if it will accommodate higher capacity or not).
(2) Larger/horizontal "front door camera"; fixed viewing area once mounted.
(3) Smaller "outdoor" camera without two-way voice communications. It secures to its base via a spherical magnetic mount, so can be easily adjusted.
Both cameras have an IP65 rating and should be weatherproof. My outdoor camera stood up to one of the rainiest years in this area ever during its first six months of operation with zero problems.
The mobile monitoring device (three Android phones in my case) must be connected wirelessly to the same router the HomeHawk access point is connected to via ethernet (cable included). I wish there were a Windows app that would let me access the system from my PC (which is already connected to the same router as the access point), but there is not.
The two cameras first connect to the access point (you follow a series of LED prompts well explained in the user guide), and then your phone connects to the access point via the "HomeHawk" Android app.
You then use your mobile device to view the live feed from the cameras and any available video recordings that are saved to the microSD card mounted in the access point. The default for recording is motion activation, which results in a standard recording time of 10 seconds.
Alternatively, you can select the live view for either camera to start and stop recording manually (presumably longer recording times increase the rate of battery use). Video is decent quality and both cameras have a wide FOV. The "front door camera" has two way audio (if you care to use it to speak with whoever is at the front door). Both cameras record video and audio and capture wide fields of view. I haven't finalized my final configuration, but will probably modify mine to have the "front door camera" in the garage and the "outdoor" camera at the front door. I have my reasons for this choice, and you'll figure out your own best configuration.
Claimed battery life in the cameras is for three months. When you choose the mounting location, remember you'll have to return there to remove and replace the cameras for recharging (via a USB cable when they are unmounted). In practice, I get about 1.5 months from the larger unit (gets the most use of ours, and had the extra power burden of spoken monitoring alerts) and about 2 months from the smaller camera.
Back to the 2.9 of 3 challenges this system solves:
(1) Wires (for data and power): completely solved. The trade-off is periodic retrieval to recharge the camera batteries.
(2) Clunky interfaces: The basic interface works very well. The advanced options in the Android application are somewhat dense and the Panasonic product and support sites don't offer much more information.
(3) Poor user guides: Excellent quick start guide and user guide included with this system.
Note: this system offers local monitoring (with my Android device attached to the same access point) and provides remote access to both the live feeds and recordings when you are away. I generally consider myself pretty knowledgeable about connectivity (esp using TCP/IP or UDP), but haven't quite figured out the settings to enable/disable this in the app. Neither have I yet figured out how the choices I make on one Android device influences the settings or functionality of the other two. Finally, while the access point that connects internally to your router has a small footprint (approximately 3" wide x 7" tall x 1" deep), it is certainly large enough to easily accommodate a standard SD card. The microSD form factor is much more difficult to handle. Since you can't extract captured videos via software (either from a phone or a PC) for viewing/storing on a PC, removing the microSD card to copy them to a PC is the only option; a standard SD card would be considerably easier to handle.
Additional cameras can be purchased separately. At the moment they are a little to pricey for me.
Overall, a good choice that does its basic functions quite well...and without wires.
Note: sample video included with this review is compressed for streaming by amazon; original .mp4 video is very good quality.
Update 12/27/18. - went from 3 stars to 2, and could go to 1. Customer service is very poor, and unhelpful. One camera quit working after a month, had to pay $20 to ship it back to them, still waiting to see what they do from there, the only info I got from there “customer service” rep was send it back to and they will be in contact.
On another note, batteries don’t live up to their claims, not even close. You will be lucky to get 6 weeks before battery is exhausted, takes about 8 hours to charge batteries.
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I will likely have to return this camera after six months of use.
Also, it stops working if the memory fills up.