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Coomatec DVR Dome Indoor CCTV Security Camera Micro SD/TF Card Night Vision Recorder, indoor complete video monitoring system with video recording
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- Coomatec DVRCam is the first CCTV camera which include all-in-one security system.
- It can record without for an additional SD Card DVR system.
- Coomtec DVRCam is an indoor complete video monitoring system with video recording, Plug and Play, infrared night vision, and circulating storage.
- Simple use:Just plug in a Micro SD Card (2-32GB) and plug a power supply ,then you can enjoy easy monitoring just like using a set of security cameras and DVR.
- 24hrs x 7days Recording, 32GB Memory allows 14 days circular recording. The video played by PC or smart phone can help you find something abnormal.
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Coomatec DVRCam is the first CCTV camera which include all-in-one security system. It can
record without for an additional SD Card DVR system.
Coomtec DVRCam is an indoor complete video monitoring system with video recording, Plug and Play, infrared night vision, and circulating storage.
Simple use:Just plug in a Micro SD Card (2-32GB) and plug a power supply ,then you can enjoy easy monitoring just like using a set of security cameras and DVR.
24hrs x 7days Recording, 32GB Memory allows 14 days circular recording. The video played by PC or smart phone can help you find something abnormal.
MPEG4 compression is smaller video size, longer recording time.
Easy to set up time--the time setting software is built in the DVRCam, and users don't need to
find software. Insert the TF card and connect the DVRCam to PC, click the built in software to sync.
The DVRCam is widely used in convenience store, Shop, home and office.
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Pro/Con – General design – This is a static camera so once you have found the position it stays there. Adjusting the position really couldn’t be easier as you can just twist around until you get it right. I really like the fact this device records straight to SD, I specifically didn’t want a networked camera due to cyber security reasons. However, the SD slot is quite deep so I found that I had to get something to poke the SD card in until it latched on. This also leads to the other fun problem that the spring on the SD latch seems unusually strong so one slip up and you have pinged the tiny SD card across the room. Be sure you have got the SD into the slot as you can miss the card slot and insert directly into the camera casing (you can get it out with therapeutic swearing and needle nose pliers). I know other people have mentioned the LED’s and I personally don’t think the IR LED’s are particularly bright (I have taken a picture of this device next to a red LED to show the brightness difference). The blue recording LED however is irritatingly bright but this can be partially resolved with some strategically place duct/masking tape. Whoever in the company decided that a 1 metre cable length was a good idea needs to be beaten with a rolled up document of all the reasons this was not a good idea. Yes it is very easily resolved by getting an USB extension cable but it is an unnecessary aggravation for such a simple design fix.
Con – Software – We only intended to have this record and then occasionally check the footage by SD. However the instructions indicate there is a way to hook this device to the computer. Unfortunately, all the links given for the software were dead and after a lot of fiddling with two different computers (win 7 & win 10) I didn’t get the computer link up working. I did manage to get the configuration text file on to the SD card but that was it. NOTE – The device will still record to SD without the computer interface.
Pro - Performance – Ultimately the true test of this device is how well it records video and sound. Luckily this is where I have had no problems. I had expected the night vision to be pretty bad for the price but actually it performs surprisingly well. The recording is quite smart that it records one image per second until there is movement then it ramps up to 25 frames per second. This is a great idea as this saves space on the SD card. I found that after a week’s use the space taken up was roughly 8gb so a 32gb card should easily cover two week’s worth of data. Also the device records on a rolling basis so it will start to over write the oldest files when it reaches the 32gb limit. The video it records is 3GP format which is an old phone video format but this can be watched using the legendary VLC media player (free and open source). If you do not use VLC you may find either picture or sound won’t work due to the software (codecs) on your PC.
This product has some irritating features but at its current price point I would be very surprised if it didn’t. Ultimately the device does work and once you have done the initial set up you are unlikely to do anymore fiddling (and swearing, muttered curses about hardware designers and short cables etc). So the initial irritations balance out the low price point to create a little bargain of a security camera which, eventually, does what it says on the tin.
Cons: Short usb/mains lead which restricts where you can place the camera. Won't shoot night footage through glass. Not great for covert recording at night as the flashing blue recording light is extremely bright and the night vision LEDs glow bright red.
Push the `SD Card` in metal facing upwards, then spin the Camera round, the camera surround holds the S.D. card in position.
Place the camera at the top of the wall facing downwards at an angle.
An USB extension is needed.
After filming, place the extension into the U.S.B. port.on your P.C.
Download V.L.C. free software.
V.L.C. boots up when the U.S.B. connector is placed into the port.
Records in batches of 30mins and I can click through them fairly quickly or fast forward more slowly if want to see all everything recorded. Intended to leave on all the time, but I just switch on at the plug when I am going out and then turn it off when I get back. Date is OK but time was not accurate form the start and needs to be reset online from website. I just speak the time as I am going out or coming back for now till I get round to sorting it out. Does the job for very little money.
I'd have liked to have given it 4.5 stars because the camera really is easy to use and set up, but the instructions should have made it clear you needed that one tiny bit of software to be able to play the videos. It took me just 5 minutes to get it going after I got that software. I gave it a 30 second trial run just to try it and it worked perfectly this time, so now it's back where I want it to film properly.
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