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Wansview Professional HD 1080P Pan/Tilt WiFi Digital camera Q1
Watch what you’re keen on, anytime, anyplace. In lower than 5 minute, you'll have it arrange and securely streaming high-definition video to you over your private home WiFi. Use it to observe your private home, your child, the canine or your small enterprise. Watch from any system similar to your Apple Mac, Home windows PC, iPhone, iPad or Android system. All you want is a Wi-Fi community paired with the easy-to-use Wansview App.
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Options – Excellent HD 1080P Video with 1920x1080p 30 fps
– H.264 video compression format with most readability – Superior top quality four.2mm Lens
– three Dbi Antenna for excessive dependable WiFi connection. Help IEEE802.11b/g/n 150Mbps
– Actual Plug and Play 5 minute setup
– One Key WiFi Configuration by way of cellular app
– Distant Beautiful Pan and Tilt management, 340 diploma x 90 diploma covers each nook of your private home
– Two-Approach Voice, inbuilt mic and speaker. You cannot solely hear what's taking place at dwelling however discuss with them even nt at dwelling
– 10 IR LEDs for Night time Imaginative and prescient As much as 26 toes distance for 24-hour
– Movement/Audio detection, ship alarm photos or video to e-mail/FTP/SD
– Card slot file on to SD supported for 64 GB
– Present Wansview DDNS service, help net browser viewing and management interface (IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome supported), PC/MAC software program on the CD included, and Wansview iOS/Android app
– QSS/WPS button for straightforward WiFi connection setup
What's within the field?
1x Wansview Digital camera
1x Energy adapter
1x Ethernet cable
1x Mounting bracket and equipment
1x Fast set up information
1x CD (for PC)
Very good picture quality at an unbeatable price. New firmware (available from support Email) works with flash on linux
This review was originally about the wansview Q1, but I have gotten a Q2 for review and while the outside of the camera looks different and the lens is also slightly different, both the Q1 and Q2 are pretty comparable in quality. You can go to my webpage for comparison shots if you care (use google query below) but basically the Q1 image quality is slightly better while the Q2 lens is just a bit wider (although barely)
Super Camera, Really! Not so super set up. If you are trying to use this camera with a PC and a Kindle, you need to read this.
First off, I purchased 4 of these, and I have 2 installed and partially set up. I drove 40 miles to my Son’s house yesterday, and used his wifi to test the remote viewing of the 2 cameras. Absolutely stunning! Extremely fast response and superior clarity of the images. I almost sound like a salesman, but I’m not. I do not have the magic smartphone and all that, and I still use a PC for almost everything. I do have a Kindle Fire HD, it’s almost 2 years old now. I’m using that to run the iSmartViewPro app, which I got from GooglePlay, since it does not appear on the Kindle store. It runs fine on the Kindle Fire though. Edited review starts here. The best features of the camera are: 1 – It actually looks good, racy, not too big, and dead silent in operation, well, my cats detect it, but I can’t; 2 – It actually has a very good zoom, in 4 steps, looses a bit of resolution as you get in close, but overall great; 3 – I think I mentioned resolution before, but again, the resolution is super good; 4 – The angle of movement is the best I’ve ever seen in a pan camera, it can look over it’s shoulder. I estimate at least 270 degrees of angular movement, this means it can go on a corner location, like perhaps a kitchen with a hallway going off 90 degrees, or maybe another room, positioned this way you could angle the view around such that you could see the entire kitchen, and also the hallway or other room, a great feature; So, all of the above is the good stuff, now for the not so good. After my initial gripes I received 2 bogus emails, one was legit I think, but it had no content, the other was a bogus reply from a competitor trying to point me into the purchase of a $50 software package. Wansview service cleared this up. Then I got a reply from a Wansview CSR, and she is great. My biggest issue was complete and total failure of the camera to send me an alarm email. “Helen” walked me through it, once she found out I had gmail, with the proper entries to make it work. There are 2 keys to this, 1 – the default port for the camera smtp setting does not work for gmail. I’m feeling the proper entry may be different for each email system, anyway, if you are using gmail, you want smtp port to be “465”. 2 – the second biggee is an app generated password. “Helen” provided specific info for navigating to your gmail account and setting up an app password. Without that, never could have got it to work. Still working on ftp, and I’m starting to think it’s not worth pursuing, but “Helen” is still working on it. I just purchased 32gb sd cards, one or each camera, and that will take care of what I wanted to ftp. Other portions of the setup, essentially ok, first camera took me about 90 minutes before I could get a look at the video, each subsequent one is quicker. For a PC setup, you need to start with the camera hooked to the router via Ethernet cable, otherwise you will NEVER see the camera, why? The default setup for network has wireless disabled. You need to be able to reach the camera with a browser, and go in and turn Wi-Fi on, and make a few other set ups. Then, with the camera still attached by Ethernet cable, save your setup, and then pull the Ethernet cable and the camera will go out via Wi-Fi and connect to your router, and it will get a new ip address, so you will need to find the wireless ip address (probably 1 number higher than previous) and point your browser at that one. Then you can finish setting up the rest of the stuff as you wish. I’m sure that if I was using a smart phone it would be a super fast set up, the camera is optimized for that. But for us old guys with dumb phones, a PC and a Kindle Fire work great, as would any tablet I’m sure. Why the Kindle / tablet? So we can travel and check in on the house.
You will not regret buying this camera!!!
Outstanding camera! Very simple set-up and easy-to-use features. We installed this camera in our chicken coop to make sure all girls are counted at night and being able to hear them and speak to them is beyond COOL!!! 🙂 We have one “bully” chicken who did not have great luck at establishing pecking order, so she is willing to pick on smaller ones – this way we can see if she is doing it or not. And stop her in her tracks by speaking to her. 🙂 Her reaction of hearing our voices is beyond funny… She freezes-up and turns her head around unable to comprehend where the voices come from…
Rock-solid webcam for home use
I researched more than a dozen IP cameras before purchasing this Wansview WiFi model. My main criteria included:
Much more than I expected for under $100 dollars
I have been wanting an IP camera for a long time but the $200 – $300 price tag has kept me from buying one. When I spotted this camera for under $100 I was pretty skeptical, but thank you to all the other reviewer because I’m so glad you talked me into buying it.
Not only does this allow connections from outside your network but it somehow bypasses your firewall — pretty scary. You cannot
I just got this ip camera and wanted to write quickly about security.
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