- 商品尺寸: 19.8 x 13.5 x 14.7 cm
- 商品重量: 998 g
- 发货重量: 998 g
- ASIN: B017L1JOX4
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The Amcrest ProHD 1080p Wi-Fi video camera helps you stay in touch with what you love anytime, anywhere. With its 60 second mobile setup process, you will have secure access to your camera's video stream in no time. Stream live and playback recorded video of your home, your kids, your pets, or your business on the go with the Amcrest View app. Amcrest Cloud offers optional cloud recording with free live viewing and 4 hours of free video storage accessible from any device including Apple Mac, Windows PC, iPhone, iPad or Android devices. Amcrest cameras also record to an internal MicroSD card (not included), upload to an FTP as well as record to any Amcrest (or ONVIF compliant) Network Video Recorder (NVR) (not included). Each Amcrest camera features two-way talk, night vision, remote pan/tilt, enhanced digital zoom, a 90º viewing angle, smart motion alerts, email alernts and snapshots, advanced recording options, secure SSL/HTTPS connection and wireless AES WPA2 encryption. With the Amcrest ProHD, you'll never be out of the loop again.
Amcrest ProHD 1080P (2.1MP) WiFi Security IP Camera IP2M-841B (Black): 60 Second Setup / Super-Wide 90° FOV / Remote Web Access from Smartphone or Tablet / Storage to MicroSD, NVR, or Amcrest Cloud / Pan and Tilt + Intelligent Digital Zoom / Night Vision Up to 32ft / Two-Way Talk / Smart Motion Alerts
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I got this camera to monitor an attic trap for squirrels. It is pitch black up there, and I set the camera down and enabled "black/white", which turns on the Night Vision infrared LEDs. As you can see by the attached picture, it almost looks like I took the picture with a flash! But that picture was taken by the camera in complete darkness.
The other great thing is, the pic you are looking at came live from the camera app on my Android phone literally a minute ago. I am 50 miles away from my attic right now, and I am able to connect remotely to my camera and to see live video in complete darkness. How cool is that!!
You can change the video quality of the camera. The phone app screen capture that I just uploaded is a low-res picture, because I don't want to waste my phone's data watching a high-res video stream of an attic. I have better things to waste my gigabytes on. Even for a low-res image, you can still clearly see that I have a trap set with nothing caught yet.
The other great thing is that the two-way communication is pretty awesome. When I first got this, I set it up in our kitchen to do some testing, and it was really neat to be able to talk to and hear my kids through the camera, as well as see them on my phone/mobile device.
The app itself lets you monitor many camera devices at once. The app gets updated, so if you are reading people complaining about how the app sucks, please look at the posted date to be sure they aren't talking about a really old version. It has made some significant improvements during the last year.
I will be getting more of these cameras. I'm going to get an outdoor weatherproof version of this camera for the front door area, and another one for security in our basement. You can go to your Windows or Mac version of the control panel for this camera and set up motion detection or audio detection, and it will send you an e-mail if something trips the threshold.
I'm going to offer one piece of advice if you use e-mail notifications. You will want to get a free service called smtp2go dot com. They are a mail relay service, which allows your camera to send e-mails to any e-mail account you have. The relay is important because the camera needs a way to log into a service and to generate the e-mail to be sent to you. This was the only tricky step if you want to enable e-mail alerts. Otherwise, everything is straightforward.
Camera quality is great, and you can change color temperatures, stream size, audio quality, etc. The app comes in a "standard" and "pro" version, so if you'd like to tweak settings and experiment, pro is the way to go, and both versions are free, no ads to deal with. I've had the app crash on me maybe 2 times during the 100 times that I checked in with the camera so far. So not a big deal to reboot the app should something mess up on the phone.
The box comes with a mounting kit, which is cool if you want to stick it somewhere on a wall or ceiling. Just keep in mind you'll need a plug nearby. The power cord is very generous in length, though.
I also tested this on my wife's iPhone6 Plus, and it works just as well as the Android app that I use.
I cannot find any negatives yet,
+ Easy setup compared to older Foscams (No port forwarding on the router!)
+ Actually FREE cloud recording although it is only 4 hours it is nice to see a free option.
+ Can record directly to an SD card!
+ 2 way audio
+ Night Vision works surprisingly well.
+ Nice design
+ Can be setup to record to Synology NAS.
- The app is good but could use some improvement. Hopefully this will be fixed in a future update. You can always use a 3rd party app to get around this.
Overall this is a great camera and much better than the ones on the market today. It is not as easy to setup as a Dropcam, but has a ton more features.
If this review helped please click the YES button next to "Was this review helpful", if you have any questions please leave a comment and I will try to answer any questions to the best of my ability.
As far as getting email alerts and picture. This must be done on a computer on the internet. This connection to the camera was trickier and I couldn't get it to work - but - technical support was great. He used the harmless "TeamViewer" software to connect to my computer and got it going. No side affects. Another important note - the emails coming out of the camera use old, unsafe security so you must change your email security to allow for this or the email send won't work! You'll get warnings from your email provider (Gmail and Yahoo both did it for me). So, what I did was set up a new Gmail account just for the purpose of use by the camera so that I don't have to compromise my "real" email accounts security. Actually, this turned out to be a blessing so my regular email account isn't packed full of email alerts if I knowingly trigger alerts by coming home "out of schedule". So, I get an phone alert plus an email alert with a snapshot immediately when motion is detected.
Another note that people may find helpful. I experimented with putting the camera inside a window pointing outside at my front walkway. The window even had a screen just because this was just a test for possible application for another camera. The motion detection worked perfectly and I was at least 20+ feet away. The picture was obviously distorted by the screen but I will certainly remove that when/if I decide to do this with another camera. I was just please to know the motion detection will work because I've read reviews (maybe on other cameras) that this would not work through a window. In summary, I'm very please with the camera and software function.
UPDATE: Still loving the camera, in fact, I just bought another one to put in my front window capturing the walkway to the door. The free Cloud support is for only 1 camera so I put SD cards in each camera. I can remotely playback off of the SD cards whenever and for as long as I want without worrying about it being deleted. I use only for capturing motion detected events (not recording all the time) when I am gone. So, in theory, nothing should ever be recorded but I'm good if someone breaks in. I had to adjust the capture "region" for the front window. The camera was actually getting every car that drove by way out on the street - how's that for motion detection. I blocked out that part of the motion detection region and problem solved. These baby's are easy to set up and impressive.