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I use these cameras outdoors mounted to my roof soffits (under the eave). I was concerned that the lenses would fog in humid weather or that rain would cause them trouble, but so far I have not had any problems. Wind driven rain might be able to reach the cameras but they are well encased in plastic so as long as the… see more I use these cameras outdoors mounted to my roof soffits (under the eave). I was concerned that the lenses would fog in humid weather or that rain would cause them trouble, but so far I have not had any problems. Wind driven rain might be able to reach the cameras but they are well encased in plastic so as long as they don't get drenched it seems like they will be okay. Night vision works fine outdoors. I've had earlier models of this camera outdoors for years and, to my continued surprise, they still look and operate as good as new. see less I use these cameras outdoors mounted to my roof soffits (under the eave). I was concerned that the lenses would fog in humid weather or that rain would cause them trouble, but so far I have not had any problems. Wind driven rain might be able to reach the cameras but they are well encased in plastic so as long as they don't get drenched it seems like they will be okay. Night vision works fine outdoors. I've had earlier models of this camera outdoors for years and, to my continued surprise, they still look and operate as good as new.
By scott sanders on December 19, 2014
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It supports port forwarding and DynDNS.
By Historian on April 17, 2015
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No
By Amazon Customer on December 13, 2016
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No, the antenna cannot be removed from the TV-IP862IC. However, the antenna does unscrew from previous versions of this line of cameras. If a replaceable antenna is important to you I would recommend the TV-IP672WI instead (which gets much better WiFi reception in my experience anyway).
By scott sanders on October 6, 2015
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the camera has a web page interface that let you config the camera, you may reset it to default state, connect to home network/local network, find the IP address of the camera from your router, hen connect through another computer using browser, like IE. then log in use default username/password. Not very easy, but doable
By Tom Luke on October 23, 2016
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There are several recording options, as mentioned, you can leave a PC running on your wireless network and record to the hard drive. You can also buy a Micro SD card, insert it into the camera itself and record to that. You can also record video clips and snapshot pictures and automatically email them. I do this everyd… see more There are several recording options, as mentioned, you can leave a PC running on your wireless network and record to the hard drive. You can also buy a Micro SD card, insert it into the camera itself and record to that. You can also record video clips and snapshot pictures and automatically email them. I do this everyday and it works very well and is instantaneous with no delays. see less There are several recording options, as mentioned, you can leave a PC running on your wireless network and record to the hard drive. You can also buy a Micro SD card, insert it into the camera itself and record to that. You can also record video clips and snapshot pictures and automatically email them. I do this everyday and it works very well and is instantaneous with no delays.
By J. Wright on November 19, 2014