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Author Topic: Waterproof Mini IP Security Camera with PT Control and WiFi  (Read 4974 times)

April 19, 2012, 03:39:20 am
I got this three weeks ago, and I really want to share it with you guys here:

Support email message and upload image to FTP
Support iPhone, 3G phone, Smartphone Control and Surveillance.
Support Firefox, Safari, Google browser (optional)
Support 9 cameras on line simultaneously
Support wireless network (Wi-Fi/ 802.11/b/g) mobile
Multi-level users management and passwords definition
Web browser on any computer, anywhere and anytime

Excellent!
http://www.accessbuy.com/Waterproof-Mini-IP-Security-Camera-with-PT-Control-and-WiFi_1821.html
« Last Edit: April 19, 2012, 09:25:49 pm by richer »

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April 21, 2012, 09:06:27 pm
A very similar camera is on eBay for $180 - see http://tinyurl.com/7dpk3xm

This one also has 3x optical zoom.

April 25, 2012, 03:29:53 am
You can see more multi-functioned IP cameras , as a professional CCTV engineer, I strongly advise you to visit http://www.ownta.com/, you will find and learn more.
REMARKS, the website can only visit beyond the mainland.

May 31, 2012, 01:32:21 am
I use a Foscam FI8918W to keep an eye on the pets that stay inside.

It works very well wired, and equally as well on wireless. Though I have not done so myself, I have heard of people using PoE splitters to power them without the wallwart. The camera runs on 5V @ 2A or so.

The IE interface is pretty rudimentary, but gets the job done.

I use the paid app "Foscam Surveillance Pro" on my iPhone, but the free app "CamViewer" is a good alternative.

To access the device outside of your LAN requires the proper ports be forwarded in your router, but it's simple to do.

« Last Edit: June 03, 2012, 12:42:49 am by admin »

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May 31, 2012, 09:25:17 am
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I have heard of people using PoE splitters to power them without the wallwart.

Yes PoE but not traditional IEEE 802.3at-2009. Instead it is a set of splitters with the correct size plugs. The wall wart is still used, but not near the camera. See THIS link for an example.