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Outdoor Wireless Security Camera - EyeSpy247EXT - High Quality Video, Infrared Night Vision up to 15m, 2 Way Audio, Easy Setup System, Free NVR Software, Cloud Recording System, Email/SMS Alerts, View on iPhone/iPad & More

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  • IP65 Rated Outdoor Ready - Water and Dust Proof
  • Motion, PIR and Audio Sensors
  • Built-in Infrared Nightvision
  • Long range WiFi N support - Reaching up to 200 metres
  • 2 Way Audio, Privacy Masking, View from iPhone and more

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 921 g
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  • Item model number: OC810
  • ASIN: B0043V42W4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)

Product Description

The award winning EyeSpy247Ext is an all-weather, Wi-Fi IP CCTV camera you can view from anywhere via PC, Mac or mobile.

IP65 rated (water/dust proof), it's perfect for indoor and outdoor CCTV applications.

Very different looking to conventional 'bullet' type CCTV cameras with a smaller and more compact profile, there's no compromise on quality. It has a progressive CMOS sensor and offers bandwidth saving H.264, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG triple video streaming.

It has an auto IR cut filter for true colour video, nightvision over 10 metres in total darkness, motion, PIR and sound sensors, 2 way audio and long range 802.11N Wifi connectivity, giving it better reach than most IP cameras. Plus many other features packed into its tiny form factor.

Uniquely, you can use the camera stand alone like any other IP camera or link it to our exclusive online portal for easy remote viewing, video recording, email and SMS alerts and more.

Easy to setup with BT Home Hubs plus broadband routers from Sky, O2, and many others. UK technical support team is also on hand if you ever need.

Now comes with our new Windows & Mac install and NVR software. It also has NAS recording capability out-of-the-box.

*Weatherproof outdoor CCTV camera
*Use stand alone or with our unique online system
*Automatic day/night switching
*Infrared night vision
*Motion, PIR & sound sensors
*H.264, MPEG-4 & M-JPEG video streams
*VGA resolution (640 x 480) at 30fps on all streams & digital zoom
*View Live on iPhone/iPad, Android etc
*802.11b/g/n wireless and wired 10/100 Base-T Ethernet
*Record to NAS built-in
*2 way audio, privacy masking & more
*Free Windows & Mac NVR software worth £45
*Free 2.5m power extension cable

"For the price and ease of use it's a winner" ComputerActive (Mar 2011)

"Packs in oodles of features for a reasonable price" TrustedReviews

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

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76 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Steve Lamb on 7 Oct. 2011
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For the money, this camera is superb value. It worked straight from the box and the picture quality, both at night as well as day, is very impressive. In addition to that, I've been in contact with EyeSpy's customer service on a couple of occasions to check a few things and they responded very quickly and professionally.

What I would advise is to make sure you understand how the product that's been advertised works and whether it's right for your needs.

My intention with this camera was to set it up to monitor the rear doors of my property and upon detecting something I assumed it would begin recording and continue until the subject matter was no longer detected. The resulting film would then be uploaded to the internet for subsequent retrieval from anywhere in the world. Well, this product almost achieves this *but* the recordings are limited to a 10 second duration only.

What actually happens is that if the camera detects an event (via motion, sound or PIR) this will trigger a "flushing" of the camera's buffer (which is limited to approximately 10 seconds of footage). The generated movie clip is then uploaded by the camera to EyeSpy's web-server. Depending on your internet provider's upload speed plus the physical size of the movie clip (based on your picture & sound quality settings, etc) this process may take a minute or more to complete. Once the upload is done, the camera is then able to resume recording and monitor for the next event. Subsequently, if somebody breaks into your house and takes just a couple of minutes to get in and out, you may have the first 10 seconds of their arrival but nothing thereafter.

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53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Simon G on 2 Nov. 2011
So the feedback on their indoor cameras looked good, the price was high but OK, and the features looked good. That was where the positives end.

The motion detection is triggered by rain, shadows, wind and almost everything else. There are a lot of "zones" to help fine adjust this detection and with some hours effort over a number of weeks I was able to get down to about 8/10 real events captured a day and maybe 20 false events in good conditions. In rain, it was useless -.

No problem, I thought, that is what the PIR is for. THAT triggered fifty times a day (except when anyone walked in front of it). Its accuracy would embaress a £5 security lamp. I contacted support and they were able to offer no help for why the PIR was unfit for use.

The setup at least is easy and the saving of clips or emails was highly configurable. The lens angle is about 45 degress, wider would be a lot better.

Unfortunately a week ago it seemed to stop triggerring events so when someone nicked a parcel off my doorstepp on Friday, it proved no help.

In short, a total waste of money. I can think of no redeeming features. IF the PIR worked and IF it was reliable then the flexible positioning and easy setup would be a boon. As it is I might as well of left it in the box.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By XativaDavid on 31 July 2011
I now have two of these remarkable little units. I bought one to start with although I knew I'd need a second, because you never know how a new piece of technology is going to work out.

Mounted the first one on our front gate which is about 70 metres from the house and before I even connected up the ethernet cable I realised I was getting wifi signal! There are trees and two block walls between the gate and the wifi router. Then I connected the ethernet cable and used a TP-Link power-over-ethernet unit TP-Link Power over Ethernet Adapter Kit Including 1 Injector and 1 Splitter to get both the power supply and the signal to/from the camera. Once again, the unit didn't blink, it just got on with it.

Obviously, I then went and bought the second unit, mounted it on the back gate which is very slightly closer, same experience - worked straight out of the box. You'll spend more time tinkering with the motion sensitivity than you ever do getting the thing set up in the first place.

I've allocated fixed IP addresses to each of the cameras, and using DynDNS (which the cameras natively support) I can access live images from anywhere there's an internet connection.

What's not to like? Maybe the software could be a bit nicer, but there are plenty of third-party alternatives out there - I'm using Luxriot. All in all, these cameras do a fabulous job without costing a fortune.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By G. Brindley on 9 Oct. 2011
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I bought two of these to keep an eye on the front and back of the house when we are away. Once set up and working, this camera works very well, providing good, clear images and communicating with wireless router from a good range - about 20 metres, through several walls, for one of them. It also works well at night using the infra-red LEDs, although these can be seen as two rows of four 'red eyes' glowing in the dark, which may give the camera location away. They can be switched off, however, and we find they are not necessary as the camera gives a clear image using the street lamp at the front or automatic floodlight at the back. The motion detection can be set in terms of which areas of the lens are affected to trigger a recording (three adjustable 'windows') and the sensitivity of each window. It is quite fiddly to set this up, however; it took a few days of trial and error and tweaking to get it about right, so that movement is registered but it is not set off by passing car headlights, slight changes in light levels etc. which can result in a constant flow of messages to say something has been recorded. The flexibilty and controllability via the software and the website are very good, allowing you to remotely adjust settings (using computer or smartphone) and receive emails and/or text message alerts, although texts are not free so make sure it is all set up before choosing this option. Minor criticisms: the extension power cable provided is nowhere near long enough if you want to use it away from the house, e.g. at the back of the garden - it is an outdoor camera, after all - and the casing is mostly white, which again may attract unwanted attention. Overall, though, this is a very good unit and excellent value at this price.
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