Wireless Infrared Motion Night Vision Network Color Camera w/Pan & Tilt Control, Microphone
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- Wireless Infrared Motion Night Vision Network Color Camera General Features: Color: Black
- Powerful, high-speed video protocol processor Picture total: 300K pixels Ten (10) IR LEDs
- MJPEG video compression Supports wireless network 802.11b/g
- High sensitivity 1.4" color CMOS sensor Resolution: 640 x 480 (VGA), 320 x 240 (QVGA)
- Video Frame Rate: 30 fps (QVGA), 30 fps (VGA)
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Easy wireless surveillance!This wireless infrared motion detection night vision network IP camera makes it easy to keep an eye on your business or home. The APM-J011-WS features a built-in Web server which supports remote viewing and/or management of the IP camera from a standard Web browser on any computer, anywhere and anytime. There's no need for wires either, the APM-J011-WS supports 802.11b/g wireless networks!A built-in microphone and a motion detection alarm helps keep your environment under a watchful eye! With ten Infrared LEDs, the APM-J011-WS is ideal for low or no light viewing. The useful Pan/Tilt feature gives you a wide view of your surroundings! Get a clear picture with 640 x 480 resolution and a video frame rate of up to 30 fps. It also supports a variety of network protocols including HTTP/TCP/IP/UDP/STMP/DDNS/SNTP/DHCP and FTP!Add additional security where you need it most with this APM-J011-WS Infrared Motion Night Vision Network IP Camera! Order today!
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Relatively simple WIRED connection and setup.
It takes several attempts to scan wireless networks before any show up using the supplied software to access the settings in the camera. I/R leds have a faint reddish tinge when on. Thankfully, the front green LED can be turned off.
How much would it cost to have an english speaking person proofread before publishing ? It seems the more technical things get, the more ambiguous the documentation gets. Also it would be nice to have the MAC addresseS (yes two)
printed on the bottom or listed where one can acess it once connected.
I use MAC address filtering on my router to make my network more secure.
This has to be off temporarily to simplify finding the WIFI MAC address.
Luckily, my router lists the MAC and IP adresses of wireless candidates.
I started with the direct connect to router in order to set the WIFI.
Eventually, I was able to ping the default IP address wirelessly.
But alas, no video. I set the camera back to default and it reverted to slightly different settings than it shipped with. Default was DHCP enabled and port 80.
It arrived set for fixed IP 192.168.1.216 port 81. After more twiddling, and moving closer to the router, I have video using 192.168.1.216 and port 80.
I eventually hope to connect from the outside world (internet) to this thing and after that, link it to my Synology NAS. Wish me luck.
Update (a few days later)
Diddled with DDNS, port forwarding, registering my ip address and other minutae.
Now I can see the video feed remotely (internet vs intranet). Also added the camera to a Synology NAS with Surveillance Station software but haven't been able to get to the NAS remotely.
To disable the IR leds that are soldered drirectly to the PCB,
Void the warranty by adding a parallel resistor across the photo resistor
Maybe 10k or so. The photo resistor reads about 80k ohm dark and 15k ohm or less when light. Requires basic electronics and soldering skills.
The camera has a very good picture, even in low light, thanks to it's IR led ring. The camera also responded very well to movement commands. Preset positions can be set and accessed. Other features are available and work okay. I would buy this camera again if I had it to do over.
The VOIP/telephone also functions as before.
I accidentally updated it recently with an update for FOSCAM cameras, because all of my other cameras are FOSCAM. I just forgot that this was not a FOSCAM. I no longer can access the camera's GUI interface. It still feeds video and audio though. So, I am not sure what will happen when a power failure happens.
I think it is as good as the FOSCAM pan-tilt cameras released in 2012 an 2013.
Then I tried to get 4 more and this time got Wansniew camers. These are NOT the same. They don't have position presets, and the motion is backwards when controlled by the IPod app. I wish sellers would just say what camera they are selling. I may end up retuning this batch if I can't find a way to make them more compatible with my current system.
What I received was in totally different packaging (see the photo I uploaded) and the camera's housing was made with a much cheaper process (see the side-by-side comparison photo I uploaded).
I figured, maybe they're the same on the inside... NOPE.
This camera is much lower quality than the one they advertize. The picture is much grainier and fuzzier, the color saturation at medium light levels is absolutely horrible, and the automatic IR illumination has very few stages... it's essentially either on or off (unlike the real Apexis, which has an impressive progressive illumination). You can clearly see all of this from the two screenshots I uploaded, one from a real Apexis (bought via Amazon from another vendor), the other from this EasyN device.
The sad part is, not only is it a different brand, the part number is nothing remotely close to what they list on the product page, it's FS-613A-M136, not APM-J011-WS.
Edit: There was only one good thing I can say about this transaction, Amazon's (Prime) shipping was incredibly fast... I received it on Saturday and didn't expect it until Monday.