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ModèleLNC104
  
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Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)16,3 x 8,9 x 16,3 cm
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Numéro du modèle de l'articleLNC104
ASINB0096YORV4
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr5 juin 2013
  
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 All the poor reviews are accurate 17 novembre 2014
Par knpnj - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Do NOT BUY this camera. All the poor reviews are accurate. Leaving aside the poor/grainy resolution of the lens, which best works indoors and only under good lighting conditions, this camera should be avoided based solely on its incredibly ridiculous/horrendous software interface! The people who designed and allowed the software, menus and the UI into production maybe "programmers", but have less than zero knowledge regarding usability, user friendliness or other non-functional software design aspects. The "motion detection" is another joke that has never worked on this camera. If you do want to use this with Blueiris, configure this in the Network IP camera configuration menu: Make/model=Lorex LNE3003, use the admin and password in the respective fields, ensure the correct http port, leave media/RTSP port to 554 and then add the following to the "Path" statement under the Video menu - replace the single "/" with "/cam_id.password". Here cam_id = the 9 digit id on the back of the camera and password = your admin password set in the Lorex software. Leave everything else as default and click OK. In the Video menu, click "Adjust Automatically" for the Frame rate and leave the size at 640x480. Click OK again. This will yield the LNC104 video stream on Blueiris and you can ditch the L-view app.
Anyway, skip this camera and look for something better to spend your money on.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Didn't do what it was supposed to do. 26 juin 2013
Par Scott - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The cameras never did the ping as it stated. Called a few times for tech support, was on hold for over an hour, then someone came on to help with my questions and again was put on hold then was disconnected, two times.
Tech support was no help.
Sent the cameras back.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Works great now ! 4 mai 2013
Par Mike G - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The first camera that I received did not work properly. The night vision mode was black and sent continuous notifications to my Android phone and my computer. I returned it to Amazon, who handled the return and replacement perfectly and quickly.
The new camera was easy to set up and easy to get connected online. The camera is used for security in my vacation home.The problem I ran into was getting very frequent e-mail notification at certain times of the day. The notifications were motion activated. What I finally figured out, with very little assistance from Lorex, was that rooms that have shadows from sunlight activate the motion sensor. I changed the notification setting to PIR which senses body heat. I no longer get the false alarms and when I tested it, notifications were sent to my Android phone and computer showing me entering the room.
The software is easy to view and I can view my home at any time of the day or night. You can also view video recorded on the SD card.
If you do have to call Lorex for help, expect to spend alot of time waiting for someone to answer your questions. The people who you first speak to do not seem to be that knowledgable. If they cannot answer your question, they will refer you to the next level, which requires more waiting.You might spent 30-40 minutes waiting for someone to respond to you.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Hardware, Horrendous Software 11 avril 2013
Par R. Haque - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have two of these now, both used for very different purposes. The first is in my baby girl's room used as a video monitor (we have a separate audio monitor). The second is to record motion based events on my front lawn because some wonderful neighbor thinks its okay for their dog to do their business in my lawn and not pick up after them.

The camera itself is attractive, mounts easily, installs easily, and has great picture quality at this price. The additional features, like the micro SD card recording to capture motion based events, are also nice. The software is...yikes. For the baby monitor cam I use my iPhone App quite often. The problem is that every time I want to use the app, I need to close down the old version and restart a new one. Simply going into the already running app, you won't be able to see any video. It goes into a never ending "Locating..." state where it thinks it is looking for the camera.

The computer software is no better. Viewing recorded video is an absolute nightmare and is done in a separate program from the live video for some reason. The program also does not use Windows standard windows so you can't use the nice Win 7 "snap" feature or any other Windows defaults.

Would I buy this camera again? Yeah. It's cheap and works well-ish. If they hired just one decent coder, they'd be on their way to a wave of five star reviews.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very simple and quick to setup 7 janvier 2014
Par SRW - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I had two wireless cameras that worked okay but my WiFi would cause interference so the picture was not always great plus the range was not that great so I decided to search for a camera that would use my wireless. I found the Lorex IP camera and decided to give it a shot. When it arrived I sat down and plugged it into my hub and went to work on setting it up. I had a problem early on but the problem was not with the camera it was with me. I use MAC authentication and the camera actually has two MAC addresses. You are only made aware of one MAC address and that is for the wired connection. You will have to disable your MAC authentication on your modem briefly to perform the WiFi test. Once you have a successful WiFi test you can go to the information tab and get the WiFi MAC address and add that to your allow list and enable your MAC authentication again. FYI, you will not find a WiFi MAC address until you have a successful WiFi test.

This camera actually works great for the most part. I am not impressed with the motion detection however. I suspect the problem with the motion detection might be how I am using my camera. I have it mounted in my window looking out monitoring the approach to my door. The camera will not detect a person but will detect the change in light. I suspect the fact that I am trying to use the motion sensor through glass is the problem. Infrared does not always play well with glass. I have not tried testing it any other way because motion sensing was not all that important to me. During my testing the camera was set up to email me and it did a great job at doing that at dawn when the sun started to come up and at dusk when the sun went down and at night when the headlights of a passing car were detected. This was with both PIR and motion activated. The onboard IR light is worthless if you are mounting this camera to look out a window. All it will do is light up the glass nice and bright and not allow you to see anything. This was not a surprise at all and I did not expect it to work through the glass. This camera is nice but it cannot perform magic. If you are using this monitor spaces inside a building I suspect this camera and its PIR & motion sensing will make you very happy.

I also have a NAS and the camera does connect to it and I have 7 days worth a video recording and the video is overwritten after 7 days. I am also using a SanDisk 32GB Micro SD card for recording video and that works great as well. I was so pleased with this camera that I ended up getting a total of 7 cameras. After getting all 7 of them set up I did have some stability problems that I needed to work through. The cameras were losing connection and it was very frustrating. The solution was to allow the cameras to automatically handle resolution and frame rate. If I remember correctly that is the default setting but I had changed that on all of them. Once I did that all the cameras stayed connected. I was able to run 6 cameras at a higher resolution and frame rate with no problems but adding the 7th camera pushed my WiFi over the edge. The more cameras you add the slower the frame will be.

The Lorex Ping android app also works great so I am able to check all seven cameras from work with ease. I have one camera that has the microphone activated and I am able to listen to what is going on using this app. I have not played with the speaker and alarm option and do not plan to so I have nothing to say about that.

All in all this is a great little camera that is really easy and fast to set up and not all that expensive. The image quality is excellent and I am impressed with the cameras ability to see in low light situations without the use of IR but there does need to be some ambient light.
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