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The FI9900P combines a high-quality HD digital video camera with a powerful built-in web server to provide live video anywhere. All that's required is an internet connection and viewing device such as a smartphone or desktop computer. The "Plug and Play" setup process is easy: simply scan the camera's QR sticker with your smartphone and it syncs with the camera automatically. This IP camera comes equipped with 30 high powered IR LEDs for night vision up to 65ft, and sophisticated motion detection with optional alerts. Video can be recorded for free to a micro SD card or hard drive. Foscam Cloud service for remote storage is also available (free trial included).
Quality outdoor camera for a reasonable price
Foscam is undoubtedly a famous brand in security. That’s one of the main reasons I bought this camera.
Great camera, though the software internally doesn’t let you …
Great camera, though the software internally doesn’t let you rotate the picture, so the camera needs to be configured right side up whenever you mount it. No issues adding it to my WiFi using the QR code and the iOS Foscam app. Firmware was up to date when I received it.
The best outdoor camera!
What I liked about FI9900P is that it was very easy to install it right under the eaves of my detached garage, I used for this an electric plastic box for outdoor application and attached the camera to the lid in which I drilled a hole for the wires to go in and two small holes for the bolts holding the camera. I did the initial setup of camera with wireless using Foscam software. It was super easy. Because my garage is at a distance from the room in my house where I have the router I added a wireless repeater for the garage, resulting in a strong wifi signal at the camera. I verified this using a wifi signal analyzer app on my cell phone. The first step for the software setup was to connect it with ethernet cable to the router and let Foscam software search for cameras. Programming network connection required some basic knowledge of LAN. Once this was done I got the password key for the wireless and could verify that all was working via wireless on my home LAN. For managing of my multiple security cameras I’ve been using a Blue Iris software. That is in my view a must if you’re serious about how the system should work. For making it work in a WAN I am using No-IP dot com service which gives me a way to address my system that looks like it had a static IP (that’s no-ip magic!).
Great camera and a great open ecosystem.
Skip the Belkin and Nest stuff unless you enjoy paying out the nose for cloud storage. Without storage a security camera isn’t all that great. That’s what sets Foscam apart. You get an amazing product at a great price and you get fantastic software for interfacing with the camera. You get cloud storage (8 hours for free or pay to upgrade). The free tier is a great start.
… 3 of these cameras last month and overall I’m happy with them
I bought 3 of these cameras last month and overall I’m happy with them. Wireless was a little flaky so I bought some TP-Link powerline adapters and the connections have been very stable. The video quality is awesome and they work great with Blue Iris software, the Foscam software and web interface is not the greatest.
Everything was easy enough to get running
I bought this to hook up to my QNAP NAS. Everything was easy enough to get running, but I do work with these types of things regularly. The reason I dropped 1 star is because of the massive wire bundle that is permanently attached to the camera. Since I was not drilling through the wall right where the camera was being mounted I was left with these huge holes in the wall. It would have been totally unsightly to have all those wire ends visible. It would be nice if they made the wires detachable with a smaller connector to make installation easier. Or, maybe make the various connectors (ethernet, rca, audio, power, etc.) optional.
I like this camera
I like this camera, but I don’t see myself ever using the two-way mic feature. I have an indoor Foscam R2 and the mic is useful for when I happen to catch my dogs rummaging through the trash, or just being bad, but this one is for outdoors so I don’t understand why it has it. I suppose if you have it near your front door you could speak to whoever is there, but mine is set up on my back patio. The quality is good, but over wifi it’s a little wonky. connected to my desktop through the program though, it’s totally fine. I’d recommend this to anyone who doesn’t wanna set up a whole bunch of cameras, would be easier than climbing in the attic and wiring a bunch of stuff together. Also the video is perfect in the dark, no complaints at all there!
Very well made security camera
This is a very well made security camera. I have been testing the camera for two weeks, prior to mounting it outside, and it has performed very well. It was easy to setup and port forward so that I can watch the live stream on my phone. The image quality is excellent both indoors and outdoors. Part of the testing involved leaving it outdoors on the lawn for a couple of hours during hurricane Joaquin. It never failed! If you are having connectivity issues, it might be your router. At first I connected this camera to my Netgear router that’s a bit over 5 years old. The router’s wifi couldn’t handle the video stream. I switched over to my new Netgear router, that I installed last month to replace the old one, and the camera works flawlessly. Also, make sure that you perform an update to the firmware and the patch that was recently released. I wish that the UI was a bit more intuitive but it is not that complicated either. Overall, this camera is an impressive value for $150.
Great build quality and great image!
I have this camera at my front door entrance and it works perfectly. The picture quality is exceptional and could easily identify anyone or anything coming up the driveway to the door. I have it connected via CAT5e rather than wireless and I am very pleased with the response I get at all times.
Review Of Foscam FI9900P Outdoor Wireless IP Camera