Caméra Foscam FI8919W extérieur sans fil Pan / Tilt IP
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- Adopte haute performance et processeur média puissant, SOC seule puce sur une fonction (ARM + DSP) et le processeur de protocole de vidéo haute vitesse
- WPA2 compatible, Facile à installer, GUI facile, l'installation de bricolage; Permet la visualisation à distance et l'enregistrement via LAN ou Internet via PC et les appareils mobiles (y compris l'iPhone)
- H,264 algorithme de compression vidéo standard de transmission pour répondre à la vidéo haute définition dans le réseau de bande passante étroite
- Supporte IE, le navigateur Firefox, ainsi que la plupart des autres navigateurs standards y compris le navigateur standard Safari sur l' iPhone
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Description du produit
Le / Tilt IP Foscam FI8919W extérieur sans fil Caméra Pan est l'une des caméras Pan / Tilt extérieure sans fil disponibles à partir de Foscam Royaume-Uni.
Le Foscam a FI8919W vidéo de haute qualité, pan / tilt, la visualisation à distance sur Internet, la détection de mouvement, ainsi que d'un système intégré de système d'enregistrement de vidéo sur IP. En outre, il est compatible Smartphone (iPhone, Android & amp; Blackberry) ainsi que visible sur Internet en utilisant un navigateur standard. . Les fonctions de l'appareil ainsi que le cadre d'un système de sécurité pour la maison ou au bureau avec des capacités Internet de surveillance à distance
La boîte contient:
Foscam FI8919W caméra Antenne Wi-Fi CD
rapide d'installation (des pilotes et Outils)
réseau câble d'alimentation CC (12V)
support de montage.
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I have 11 Foscam cameras (9 are indoor: Foscam FI8910W; and 2 are this model: FI8919W) I have them in 3 different locations/properties. Installation and setup were relatively easy and I HIGHLY recommend watching the how-to videos on the foscam.us site and search for: MJPEG Setup Videos
One of the locations that I installed this FI8919W camera is connected to the internet via a Telus modem. Between my son and myself, (both very computer literate), we must have spent a good 10 hours trying to get this camera to work ... in that we could have it recognized while connected to the network ... we had to use our iphones on 3G and then the software would connect to the camera. As soon as we switched off 3G and connected via wifi, the camera would disappear. Yes, we tried everything conceivable with respect to port forwarding; DDNS; etc., etc. ... in the end we had to create 2 installations - one for wifi and one for 3G. Anyway, that seems to be more of an issue with the Telus modem/router than with the Foscam camera, as all of the other locations (using different service providers) do not have this issue.
So why am I only giving this camera 3 stars you ask? Well, for one thing, the more I learn about Foscam, the less I respect the company. First of all, while searching around for a fix to the above problem, I came across a site ( informationweek . com) (search for: Wireless Camera Flaws Allow Remote Exploitation) ... article written April 16, 2013 ... the article warns, in part that: "...Foscam have a firmware vulnerability that would allow an attacker to bypass security defenses and remotely steal credentials stored on the device..." "...prior to firmware version 188.8.131.52..." So I checked my cameras and found that: 8 were running .49 / 2 were running .52 / 1 was running .54. Okay, no big deal ... I went into the camera's software > Device Management > Upgrade Device Firmware ... and from there you find 2 options to browse your hard drive for the files to update firmware and web UI. Really? There was not link to the site to download latest firmware. There was no option i.e.: check for latest upgrade ... whatever. So the user has go to the Foscam site and *sign up* for the right to download the upgrades. In the authentication email that is then sent to your email address, it reads in part:
We received your request for the latest Foscam firmware. Before we send you the download links we want to be certain we have your permission. Please note that by confirming you agree that, in addition to receiving firmware updates, you may receive emails regarding product updates and discount coupon codes.
Please click the link below to confirm and then we will send you the firmware and discounts by email. Thanks!
Really, Foscam? I have to agree to accept promotional emails from you before you will allow me to secure my camera from unauthorized access? Okay ... whatever ... I hit the link and was taken to the site to download the updates ... BUT first I wanted to see what's new with the latest updates ... so I read the ReadMe.txt that was included in the download. One of the things that it fixes is: Fix the bug that no need to do authentication when using some CGI commands
hmmmm.... interesting ... so I did a google search for [ Foscam Fix the bug that no need to do authentication when using some CGI commands ] and found a very interesting article written just one month ago - Jan 24/14 on pcworld.com. In that article the author writes about a search engine called Shodan (The Dark Google) ... and how this search engine can allow users to find and infiltrate various devices connected to the internet. Not only will the hackers be able to control your cameras (watch you) ... they can get access to your entire system. You need to take precautions ... i.e., download the latest camera firmware updates and be creative with your username and passwords. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you google the following keywords: [ CNN money Shodan: The scariest search engine on the Internet ] and watch the video by David Goldman. Then if you have the cameras or are thinking of buying one ... be sure to immediately change the default username and passwords and fill in all 8 user/password options under Device Management > User Settings
- also change the default port for remote access and regularly check the camera’s logs, which can reveal unauthorized access attempts.
So in conclusion, I will say that these are fairly good cameras for the money. I would probably buy more if needed, however, I wish the company made the upgrades more user friendly and not require the customers to jump through hoops to get the upgrades.
1. The color is NOT white. White is white and everything else is beige, or cream, or light grey, but this is not white. The antenna is white but the housing is a light grey. For many people this is not a deal breaker, but I bought this for my white house and the photos do not properly depict the real color.
2. The cable is black and less than 6 feet long. Not long enough to mount and run cable unless you have an outlet high up the wall and/or on the the ceiling. Even if you were to run it through a wall and to the interior of your house, this cable (knowing that this camera is meant to be mounted up high) is just not long enough. Some kind of mention of color and length would have been nice so that I could plan properly.
3. Setup is actually really easy. Using the IP Camera Tool App that comes with the camera, right-clicking the camera and changing the settings to name and set a static (permanent) IP is simple... and I do recommend setting a permanent IP address. Otherwise, it will keep grabbing a new one every time the power goes out or you have to reset.
4. The tilt-pan function is pretty slow... slower than indoor foscams. Not a deal breaker, but not quick enough to catch something going on at the street if you have the camera aimed at your door.
5. There is a minor "halo" effect when using the IR function at night but it does not ruin the function. OF COURSE the range on infrared is not very good, but it is good enough to get a good look at my porch and front door.
Let me say that I am happy with this product. Whether is weathers the weather, I will have to wait and see. Cosmetically, it looks professional and whether you hook it up to a computer for 24-hour recording or just use it to see what's going on outside, it should at least be a deterrence to anybody who is thinking about breaking in.
I have added a star to reflect my increased satisfaction with the camera. It has been several days in 110 degree weather and the camera has not had any problems. I was concerned that the power adapter might overheat, but so far, no shutdowns or resets. A couple of things that I would like to add in response to others' questions regarding this camera. One thing that is not mentioned very clearly is that there is a cable that protrudes about 6 inches that allows you to "reset" the device. Very nice feature that I did not think of before purchasing. Once this camera is mounted, it will not be easy to get access to the insides so I am glad that this feature was included even though I have not needed it so far. The other thing I wish to mention is that the cables DO fit inside the device when mounting to a flat surface. There isn't a lot of room to spare, but it does fit reasonably. There are 3 half circle ports for drawing out cables (power, reset, or optional ethernet) so when it comes to protecting your device, it would be wise to use a foam filler on those "ports" and some caulk to seal around the edges so that bugs/spiders do not take residence inside the guts of the camera. If anything changes I will post an update, but so far, I am very happy. The off-white color no longer bugs me so is an added bonus.
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