Introducing our new range of Wireless IP Cameras
Pan Tilt Wireless IP Camera
This is our most basic IP camera, and as such is the perfect choice if you just want to quickly check in on your home every now and again. It has actually proven incredibly popular as a pet camera, with customers using it to check in on everything from Parrots in an aviary to dogs whilst at work. The motorised base allows you to easily rotate the camera remotely using a simple control interface in your internet browser or app. This unit is fantastic value, and is easily the most cost effective way out of any of our products to watch your home whilst away. Please note however, this more basic model does not have a recording function. The device also features a ring of IR LEDs, letting you keep checking on your home after it gets dark.
720 HD Pan Tilt Wireless IP Camera
Don’t let it’s similar appearance fool you (see picture above), this camera is very much the bigger brother of the range. Taking the same pan tilt base and simple interface as the basic model, this version adds both 720 HD video, and the ability to capture footage straight to a MicroSD card.. As the camera is purely digital, the image quality is crisp and sharp, with impressive amounts of detail recorded. The in-built recorder not only lets you manually start and stop recording over the internet, but also allows the camera to be set on Motion Detection recording mode, capturing video whenever it senses movement. Whilst not a substitute for a fully-fledged home security system, this does provide a highly cost effective way to monitor a room or hallway whilst away.
Crucially, both IP cameras have been designed with ease of use in mind. Many similar cameras have often required an in depth configuration process with the camera plugged in to your internet router. These cameras however, can pair with your router over Wifi, and use Universal Plug & Play (UPnP) to configure themselves automatically*. This means there is no need to plug them in to anything but power, and you can have them up and running within minutes.
*Routers without UPnP may still need to be manually configured