Sharx Security SCNC3905 High Definition 1080P Wired PoE and Wireless b/g/n Weatherproof Outdoor H.264/MPEG4 IP Network Camera with Infrared Night Vision and built in DVR
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- No Monthly fee or limits! Weatherproof Outdoor Full High Definition 1080P Wifi 802.11 b/g/n IP Network Camera with infrared night vision
- Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution with audio for viewing or recording
- Built in DVR can record 4 whole days of medium resolution video with included 16 GB MicroSD card, expandable to longer duration or higher resolution with cards up to 128 GB
- Motion detection or timed emails and DropBox or FTP uploads
- Streaming video with audio on your PC, Mac, iPhone or iPad. Supports Windows 7-10, iOS 10, MacOS Sierra,
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No monthly feee or viewing limits! This full HD 1080P outdoor night vision IP camera works on 10/100 Ethernet with Cat5e wiring or on 802.11 b/g/n wireless networks secured with WEP, WPA or WPA2 encryption. Multiple viewers can see video or snapshots in any of the supported formats including H.264, MPEG4, MJPEG, and JPEG. Both HTTP and RTSP streaming protocols are supported for use with browsers or media players on Windows or Mac computers as well as iPhone or iPad, including audio. Multiple streams with 3 separate choices of image quality are available simultaneously. Video can be adjusted from HD 1080P quality with audio and full motion (1920 x 1080, 18 fps) all the way down to a bandwidth saving mobile stream. With the included 16 GB MicroSD memory card the camera functions as a standalone DVR for motion detection or continuous video. Recording time ranges from 1/2 hour/GB to almost 100 hours/GB based on selected video quality. The camera can automatically upload recorded video files to DropBox or an FTP server or standalone network drive with FTP feature. This new version includes an indoor/outdoor connection box. The mounting bracket can attach to the top or bottom of the camera for maximum positioning flexibility. The required 12 VDC / 1A power is supplied by the included international standard 100-240V AC adapter. This camera can see up to 40 ft in absolute darkness with its powerful infrared LEDs. A wired or wireless router is required for operation. Access from outside the home network (LAN) requires internet service. Automatic setup for remote viewing requires a recent model router with the UPnP feature. Older routers, networks with multiple routers, or Apple Airport require manual configuration. Step by step instructions included for Airport Extreme or Time Capsule. Includes 90 days free tech support for residential cable modem customers with current generation Linksys, Netgear, Dlink, Asus or Apple routers.
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Love the HD quality and motion detection alerting features of these. Example: I've used other cams and DVR systems for motion detection. If a bird flew past and tripped the motion sensor.. other cameras will snap a picture one second too late and leave me wondering why I've been alerted when the picture shows no change.
This camera catches birds mid-flight.
It's quick to upload captures to dropbox or email them directly. Support is only available via email but were very responsive when I needed help configuring some of the more advanced options.. they take the time to thoroughly explain the how and why.
I have tried this with an old laptop and Blue Iris (works great, highly recommended) and also I can take a quick look at night from bed, using my iPhone 5S and MobLincCam app (that also works great for my one inside FOSCAM that I use for my one internal camera, that I keep inside the garage). Excellent camera's with a ton of features. I only wish I could port forward, but that's not a camera issue, its my Internet provider that is the problem.
These cameras are supremely easy to set up if you have a recent router - which will recognize the camera at once and assign it both IP & HTTP addresses. Setup takes barely a few minutes once you done it once. I often set mine up at a different house, and since all my WIFI networks have the same name and login, it doesn't need to be changed when I move it to the cabin (though the new router will assign different addresses, of course).
The 3905 seems just like the other two, with better resolution, but also with a few differences I'll mention. Higher resolution means more bits to broadcast, so I expected decreased performance in some areas. And here's what I found. At the cabin, where I access the camera on the local network any differences in performance in accessing stored clips or saving them to my hard drive is minimal. Moreover there are some improvements. Firefox can both play the live stream and replay stored clips in full screen, which is not possible with my 2 other cameras. With those I would have to save the clip and then replay it with VLC media player to get full screen playback. Internet Explorer, of course, allows full screen viewing of the live stream with all cameras, but not replays of stored clips.
Away from the cabin however, my internet service becomes a factor, and being in the country, my cable internet upload speeds are much lower than in urban areas. I can still access the live stream using Internet Explorer, but playback of stored clips is often choppy. And, of course, saving a file takes a little longer, since it's larger. But Firefox, which worked so well on the network at the cabin, does not provide live stream or playback of stored clips - with my slow upload speeds anyway. Saving a stored file to the hard drive works fine though. I can access all three of these cameras simultaneously with Blue Iris, but it's pushing the bandwidth with my present internet service (when not used on the network at the cabin,) and one of the cameras will occasionally drop out for awhile.Also I can view the live stream perfectly from anywhere on my motox & Nexus 9.0, but not play back stored clips.
These are issues having to do with internet service speeds, however, and do not detract from the cameras, all of which are a joy to use. Hopefully, before too long, Suddenlink will start to provide better internet access speeds in rural areas too.
Also, as I mentioned in my previous review for my other Sharx cameras, the online support from Sharx Security is simply superb.
Original review: I already owned a smaller, lower-resolution indoor Sharx camera and was pretty happy with it, so decided to try the outdoor version with higher resolution. It's great, and the night vision is outstanding with the IR emitters out to about 40 feet, maybe more. A minor quibble is that the IR LEDs around the lens are somewhat visible as a dim red ring at night if you look directly at the camera but apparently this is a characteristic of this type of illuminator generally. You can optionally turn them off completely in the web-controller interface (and control many other camera functions as well.)
Tech support from Sharx is outstanding, my email with a couple of questions was answered in a few hours as was a followup email. The manual for this camera's setup is extremely, one might say UNUSUALLY well-written and easy to follow with lots of tips for different situations in plain English. This camera may possibly cost a bit more than others with perhaps similar specs but the tech support followup and extremely good build quality of the camera, and ease of getting it operating, make it worth any extra cost. Highly recommend this company generally, and this particular camera.
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