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WiFi Camera Outdoor, SV3C Wireless Security Camera, 720P HD Night Vision Bullet Cameras, Waterproof Surveillance CCTV, IR LED Motion Detection IP Cameras for Indoor Outdoor, Support Max 128GB SD Card
- SET UP WIFI QUICKLY: This wifi camera with updated wifi performance, which ensure easier wifi set up and more stable wifi connection. Please kindly know that the wifi password must more than 8 letters, and can't include &, /, space etc special symbol! For more detailed information, please refer SV3C official website http://www.sv3c.com/Installation-Instructions21.html, the complete instructions will help you set up the wifi of the outdoor camera easily!
- SMART MOTION DETECTION: SV3C wifi camera will alert you through mobile phone or send snapshots to email when motion is detected. This outdoor camera support motion detection recording to Micro SD card(sd card not included). The wifi camera supports SD card up to 128GB, more storage space!Please be sure to use the micro-sd card for SECURITY CAMERA, or other sd card for Phone, tablet etc would not be recognized by this camera ! Motion detection area, detecting and alarm sensitivity is adjustable.
- CLEARLY NIGHT VISION: This wifi camera is equipped with 36 pcs IR led lights, can monitor your home indoor or outdoor clearly and easily whether it's night or day. And the night vision is adjustable, you can still see image even in a dim environment by adjust the IR sensitivity. The wireless surveillance CCTV can monitor up to 67ft, all in your eyes!
- WATERPROOF FOR OUTDOOR: The waterproof level is up to ip66 and the wifi camera with full aluminium case, which means the bullet camera is strong enough to withstand rough weather and Vandal Resistant, even in the storm and snowy weather. This waterproof security camera is ideal use for both indoor and outdoor!
- PACKAGE & SERVICE: SV3C wifi ip camera package includes a power adapter with 9.8ft cable, enough to install! SV3C Technology provide 30 days free return, 12 months warranty, lifetime technical support, friendly customer service, any requirements please feel free to contact us!
Product detailsSize Name:720P
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 25 x 12 x 10 cm; 600 Grams
- Date First Available : 26 February 2018
- Manufacturer : SV3C Technology
- ASIN : B077889YRN
- Item Model Number : SV-B06W-720P
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SV3C Technology is focused on home security, it is a set research and development, manufacture and marketing, in one profession creative company. Our main products are WiFi IP Camera, POE IP Camera,WiFi NVR Kit etc… If you have any issues about this wifi camera outdoor, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, thank you! :-)
WIFI Camera Outdoor Features:
1. Easy installation: Please download CamHi app from Apple Store for Iphone and from Google Play for Android phone. Support Windows PC, except for Mac(Macintosh).This wifi camera is plug and play!
2. Night vision: This wifi camera can monitor your home or business clearly and easily whether it's night or day.
3. Weatherproof: This wifi camera was made by steady aluminum with exquisite workmanship. It is durable enough for using both outdoor and indoor.
4. ONVIF Support: It is interoperable with all sorts of ONVIF-conformant IP security products, which also means users can use equipment from different manufactures to build a surveillance system that best meets their needs and preferences.
*Camera only supports 2.4Ghz WiFi, does not support 5Ghz WiFi
*If you want to record video with SD card, Please use SD-micro Class-10, UHS-1 or higher high speed memory card.
*PLEASE BE SURE TO USE THE SURVEILLANCE DEDICATED MICRO SD CARD!!
Sensor type: 1/4" 1.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor
1.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor: 3.6 mm
Video storage: Micro SD(Max 128GB)
Video Compression: H.264 main profile, support dual stream, AVI format Support RTSP Compatible with AVI Media Player
Minimum illumination:Color: 0.1 Lux; B/W: 0.01 Lux
Power: DC 12V 1A
Operating Temperature: -20°C - 60°C
1 X Wifi camera outdoor
1 X US adapter with 9.8ft cable
1 X cat5 cable
1 X Bracket & Screws
1 X user manual
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Update: Bought 2 more pre overseas trip. In a different situation has a few issues in a high contrast area but no worse than my more expensive Panasonic IP Camera. I have another cheaper Chinese camera and noticed they run almost exactly the same software (although the SV3C has more options and some finer settings). I am still impressed with them at the price and I have bought, played with, killed (or they just failed) and thrown away quite a few IP Cameras these last 13 years. I do actually have lots of experience with IP Cameras and technology in general over 40 years of geek dom :) Also note: Buying 2 gets you 10% off the total price - bargain!
The files record over the old ones when it gets full.
I set the bit rate to high and the resolution is beautiful if the settings on the bit rate and quality are set to max.
Downloaded camhi on my galaxy s7 and it works flawlessly, although the language is a bit rough, it's workable.
This was really easy to set up. We have installed an 8 gig card which gives 2-3 days of continuous recording, or you can choose 3 levels of sensitivity for motion detected recording. It also allows you to set the view in 3 separate zones. Easy to send data to a computer through FTP, but most of all, the images are very clear. Much clearer than our other cameras, day and night time.
It is useful and make me feel safer !! But i think i need one more, only one is not enough. will buy later.
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1. Remove the 4 tiny screws found around the actual camera lens using a very small (eyeglass) screwdriver with a rubber handle, as these screws are in very tight and the rubber grip will be needed to get them unscrewed. Once removed, you can insert the SD card (not included but VERY important if you want pictures or videos). This camera will not take pictures or videos without one. Then replace the front of camera.
2. Plug the camera into your router using the included cat 5 cable, follow directions to install software and find the cameras and wifi. Once found, you can unplug the cat 5 cable, then you are ready to place cameras
3. Gently pull away the black rubber ring on the bottom base of the camera, this will reveal the screw holes that you need to mount the camera.
4. If you plan to mount this camera on something that is not flush, like we did on a rounded tree, try mounting the camera to a small board (see pictures) this will allow you to mount the board to the tree easier. Then simply plug it in and make sure the placement is good using the phone app. If you do not have the cameras exactly up right, the camera will have a bit of a halo, so make sure they are completely straight
I have uploaded a video using one of our cameras at my daughters house, a deputy saw a large bear wandering down the street so he followed it as it went between my daughters house and her neighbors. It caught it beautifully. I have also uploaded a day and a night picture for you to see the great quality.
Very important hint....If you place your camera near a light colored paved road as we did, use the light from the road to make your pictures brighter while in night vision. The road brightens the entire picture making whatever it snapped a photo of very visible to see. To do so, just aim the camera to show more road in the picture than anything else. The less sky view you have in your view the better the picture quality, too much sky/sun gives it dark areas during parts of the day depending on where the camera is mounted.
Keep a feather duster around though, spiders love to build around cameras as you can see in my night view, and that white thing in the road is my neighbors lazy cat watching the neighborhood for bad guys lol
Received an email from seller, offering a refund or another camera.
As I noted earlier in my review, the picture quality is 5 stars, still is.
Getting the features to work the way they should is a difficult learning curve.
Some additional things I've learned:
For the Email setting, if you have 2 step verification enabled in your email (such as gmail), it will never work, but won't tell you why, leading you to believe it is the incorrect password.
I created a separate gmail account purely for camera communication, and set its 2-step verification to off in the google account settings.
Key Settings for Emails that contain picture attachments:
SMTP Server = smtp.gmail.com
Server Port = 465
Encrypt Type SSL
Authentication = ON
Username = myCamAccount@gmail.com
Password = myPassword
Send to = myCamAccount@gmail.com
Sender = myCamAccount@gmail.com
Subject = Motion Camera 1
The test button will send a single test message with a picture to the account if all works well. Takes about 10-20 seconds when it does work.
The WiFi has been very stable, unlike some other cameras I have.
The false triggering of motion has proven to be difficult to avoid. This has been true on most cameras I've tried.
Bugs are drawn to the the infrared lights, and trigger the camera motion. The sensitivity settings even set very low still trigger for this.
Still a pretty good camera, with common limitations. At this price point, it's a very good value.
First, if I was rating the camera for picture quality, I'd give it 5 stars.
The setup on the IOS CamHi app was initially pretty smooth. The documentation is awful.
Installing the Micro SD card was a simple matter of 4 screws and pushing it down into the slot until it clicked. Card contacts toward front of camera.
The motion detection allows selection of a portion of the screen and then a level of 1-100 for sensitivity. This will take some trial and error.
I wanted this camera primarily for the FTP capability, so that the picture files are stored in a secure location even if the camera is taken.
Connecting to my Netgear ReadyShare through FTP using the phone app proved to be a 6 hour ordeal.
The lack of screenshots with proper settings required trying every combination imaginable, none of them working.
I finally installed the Windows application that also had a screen for setting FTP configurations and tried them all again.
After working through every combination again, one finally worked.
Key setting values:
Server Addr = just the IP address, nothing else. example 10.10.1.1
Server Port = 21
User Name - appears to be case sensitive. You must use security. If you have your FTP server setup locally without outside connections, you still have to require a sign-in.
On Netgear ReadyShare, by default no security is required. Be sure to enable popups when working in the Netgear config screens, or you will never see the screen where you turn this on. Chrome never would popup the screen, had to use Edge to get it.
Password (case sensitive)
Passive Mode - I've set mine to off, but it works both ways.
Path - My root folder name is usb, so I set this value to usb/
I hope this saves someone else a headache.
I'm going to reset everything and try it again and see if I can get it all to setup from within the app only.
I'll update this post later.
Well, that stinks. I reset the camera, and was able to blow through the setup in just a couple of minutes on the CamHI app.
Until I got to the FTP... Using the previous working values that I captured in a screenshot from both the Windows app and the CamHI app, I am unable to get the FTP to connect using just the CamHI application. I will have to go into the Windows app again, which I removed entirely using a restore point and set the values there. Some kind of bug in the CamHI app. Once the values get set by the Windows app, the CamHI app works, but not until they are first set by the Windows app.
PLEASE FIX AND TEST THE FTP PORTION OF THE CAMHI APP!
One of the issues I encountered was which program to use on my PC to be able to control the camera and view the recorded clips that were being saved on the SD card. Due to conflicting information, it was difficult to determine exactly HOW i can view the saved files (some sources claimed that you need Internet Explorer to access the saved recordings, while others claimed you can view the recordings via app on the phone or program on PC). I found out that the files can, in fact, be viewed via Internet Explorer, however those are the barebone files directly accessing the SD card on the camera when connected via WIFI. In order to see the files properly and orderly, you need the app on the phone or program on PC. So YES, files can be accessed via phone app. The biggest problem was finding the files (when clicking on "video" in the app and then clicking on the camera, i usually received a "no recordings found" text. To overcome this, i had to click on the "Magnifying glass" in the top right corner and create a custom search within the last week in order to find the recordings that were recorded just 2 minutes ago). This is the reason i took one star off. I didn't take any stars off for the rest because there is a learning curve with every peace of technology, so I just considered this another learning curve.
Everything else works as expected.
BTW: The proper program to use would be the "P2P" files that needs to be installed. This way the camera can be controlled AND recordings can be accessed remotely.
You can directly connect to the camera via it's IP address in any web browser (IE is best for configuring motion detection). No software needed, even for setup. It works great on Windows, Mac (even though they say it doesn't), Linux, etc. You can also connect to it via the CamHi phone app and several others Windows apps that know how to talk to the camera.
Day and night vision look great. I'm finding night vision attracts tons of bugs and triggers the motion detection, but seems to be an issue with all IR LED cameras. This camera does support adding a remote motion sensor, which is the correct solution for bugs.
Instructions are a bit skimpy, but there are lots of docs and videos on the website. To install an optional SD card, you do need to remove the 4 screws around the lens to access the SD slot - very simple and just takes a couple minutes.
Camera feels solid and looks nice. It has a decent field of view, but is stationary and doesn't supporting panning or zooming.
You don't need any cloud storage, monitoring service, monthly fees, etc. to use this camera. It is very open to just letting you use it however you want. It can send email alerts. It can store regular and alert snapshots/videos on the SD card. It can also live transfer all this data to a FTP server. Most versions of Windows have a built in FTP server that you can enable and configure. I have all my cameras save images and videos on my PC hard drive. For now, I'm doing snapshots every 30 seconds and videos+snapshots for motion.