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DIY Wireless/Wired IP Indoor Camera with H.264 Compression SD Recorder

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Stay connected wherever you go with the SecurityMan IPcam-SD. You can remotely access your IPcam-SD from anywhere in the world; monitor your home or business through a secure and password protected connection from your PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or any compatible smartphone. Simply connect the IPcam-SD to a router over wireless network (Wi-Fi) or wired Ethernet, install the software on your PC, or register online with our P2P server made easy for remote access and configuration free, and download the free App for your smartphone. Then remote video surveillance is right at your finger

  • Do-it-yourself (D.I.Y) easy to setup and use IP camera
  • Advanced H.264 video compression technology for the best video streaming and longer recording time
  • Remote monitoring over the Internet from a PC (IE) or Mac (safari)
  • P2P (point-to-point) service for easy remote access without networking knowledge or configuration supports smartphone surveillance (via compatible free apps)
  • Supports remote PC recording and local recording to Micro SD (up to 32GB)
  • 2-in-1 design: Wireless Wi-Fi or Wired Ethernet network connection
  • Remote PTZ control, playback, and backup
  • Easy to integrate with wired alarm input sensor(s) and alarm output devices
  • Supports VMD (video motion detection), alarm email, and local alarm outputs (external siren or spot light)
  • Motion detection recording, manual recording or schedule recording
  • Supports 2-way audio communication between local and remote sites
  • Nigh vision (B/W) up to 50 ft.
  • Crystal clear video quality, VGA (640x480) at 30fps (frame per second)
  • CMS (central management) software for remote access/control, record/playback, and monitor up to 64 IP cameras supports up to 8 login users at the same time
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How is it hooked up - in general?

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Daleville, VA
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June 26, 2014
It says it's wireless, how does it transmit to my phone or computer?
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October 5, 2014
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You have to first connect this camera to your wireless router. Once you download the app on your phone, you have to go through the installation process. Once the install has been completed, you disconnect the camera and move it to where you want to keep it. From there, you plug in the power and wait for the camera to recognize your WIFI router. This takes from 30 seconds to 5 minutes.
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September 12, 2014
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It transmits to the phone via WIFI or your phones data plan and wifi to the pc
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July 2, 2014
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The camera needs to be connected via ethernet to your home/office router first. Once the camera is installed, you can set up the wireless, making it possible to transmit video footage through the router to the phone/computer. The phone/computer will need to be connected to the same router that the IPCam is connected to in order to view the camera feed.
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July 2, 2014
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The camera needs to be connected via ethernet to your home/office router first. Once the camera is installed, you can set up the wireless, making it possible to transmit video footage through the router to the phone/computer.
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does it record ?

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yes, it records to the onboard microSD card, or to your PC. Not sure about the smartphone software.
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July 28, 2015
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Yes
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July 25, 2015
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Yes, this product records.
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Can these be installed outdoors? is it weatherproof?

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November 16, 2015
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Thank you for considering SecurityMan for your security needs.
No. these cameras are not weather proof. Please search for “IPCAM-SDII” for the outdoor version of this camera.
Please do not hesitate to contact our support team if you require any assistance or have any questions.
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Can I hook up more than one?

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I want to have several around the inside and outside of my home, can I do this easily? How would I be able to watch or record them?
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yes, think the pc software supports quite a few. not sure about the smartphone software.
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August 10, 2015
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Thank you for considering SecurityMan for your security needs.
Yes. You can have upto 64 units in one location.
Please do not hesitate to contact our support team if you require any assistance or have any questions.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by WIFI camera with cell phone control for at home peace of mind. This WIFI camera is a nice tool for your home or business. You are able to configure it to your iPhone or Android device to real-time monitor the camera and audio. The camera has a color and night vision automatic mode that it sets to upon light detection. You can choose it to trigger an alarm if something moves past the lens. You are able to move the camera left and right/up or down, however, the zoom feature doesn't seem to work on this model. The App is very limited and seems quite rushed when the GUI was developed. The installation was rather lengthy and required the reboot of my router and phone a few times. Once connected over my home WIFI network, the camera was easy to use. The delay from the command on the app to what you actually see is minimal. The picture quality is very nice. I was able to set this camera up and go to work, while monitoring my dog to make sure she was not misbehaving. I attached a picture that I grabbed from my iPhone. Overall, I give this camera a review of average. October 5, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice but vary hard Camera was vary hard to install I know lots about PC but program was as bad as can be instructions were no help seems the DVD had problems and there are many biases with this too numerous to list but here is what I consider top 1 Don't own a router? You cannot use this camera 2 PC owner? It is vary complicated install my problem I was unable to use my PC program to run the software for cam corrupt software maybe it was isolated case? where I got bad copy of software? but at this point my PC rejects it and cannot install it or reinstall it or uninstall it..... People in who have access to internet but not router cannot use these cams Many other issues...... Who can who cannot In the photo I did get it to work with help of tec help my PC rejected the software but my droid works the cams nicely but have to be 100 feet from my router to get it to work but this is learning curve for me dispite a professional Imaging background most difficult thing ever for my to date working on my droid but limitations September 9, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by It's Ok But There Are Better Options I tried this DIY wireless/wired IP camera for over a week before writing this review. I wanted to give adequate time to see if my initial impression would change or remain the same. Along with the camera you get a CAT 5E Ethernet cable, the software disk, an optional mounting stand and hardware, a power cable, and a quick start guide. The initial set up was fairly easy and requires connecting the camera to your router, plugging in the power, and downloading the app for iOS or Android. With the app I scanned the QR code on the camera and the app did the rest. Switching to WiFi took a few tries but it worked. After a week of use here are the pros and cons as I see them... Pros - Fairly easy set up Can record to SD card which means no fees for cloud recording Can pan and tilt Tons of options (motion detect, alarm connection, 2-way talk, etc) Surprisingly good picture quality Cons - Cheap build quality Poorly designed app WiFi viewing was hit and miss for me (and I have an excellent router) Pan and tilt was jerky and a pain to use This IP camera is decent but at it's current price point, there are other cameras that are easier to use and of better quality. September 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by If I can set it up........anyone can do it! I'm not great with computers,had my son help me set it up. Took about two hours to install but we were unable to connect to my I-phone. Called customer support, best customer support I have ever had! Joe and Michael were great, ten minutes all problems were resolved! Love my camera! January 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by poor software Software was far too complicated, and hard to use. Playback was also complicated and unintuitive. Contacted tech support twice (who were easy to get ahold of, and helpful as they could be), but couldn't help with a poor product. Poor software design. Easily returned the product directly to store for refund. December 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by The 3 easy steps are really more like 24 steps Have been trying to set my camera up for weeks. Can't get passed my router password. Don't understand why the camera will not auto recognize the router like other devices. April 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad and Cheap Very unhappy with product...Cheaper camera work better...I do not recommend November 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Great live view when it works The actual live view from the camera was great, even at night. It is small, compact and easy to mount. However, because of the way it connects to the internet, it worked for 2 days and then would be down for 2 days. After 2 hours on the phone with my internet provider and 45 min on the phone with the tech guy from the camera manufacturer, we called it quits. We returned the cameras to the store for a full refund. We have purchased a totally different system from a different security camera company instead. June 27, 2014
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