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Foscam FI9900P 1080P HD Network Wireless CCTV IP Camera with 20M Night Vision
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- Full 1080P High Definition Video at 30fps. Suitable for outdoor use, fully waterproof with IP66 Rating. HDR enabled to automatically correct lights and balances.
- Wide viewing angle of over 100 to cover all areas, large or small. Supports magic zoom, for improved digital zoom quality.
- 30 IR-LED for Night Vision of up to 20m, auto switches in low light levels.
- Wireless, supporting IEEE802.11b/g/n. Capable of two-way audio with External RCA interface (requires external microphone and speaker).
- Access from anywhere in the world with an internet connection; Plug and Play for easy setup. Set motion detection alarms to E-Mail or FTP.
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FI9900P features a special housing and has an extremely small size allowing it to be installed discretely. The IP Camera has a high-end look and feel that suits to the style of every home. It is the perfect combination of technology and aesthetics, with a fully waterproof IP66 rating. FI9900P is equipped with 30 IR LEDs that provide clear images even in the dark. Even the most cunning thief is caught red-handed this way. Magic Zoom Technology allows for an improved and optimised digital zoom. HDR automatically corrects light and provides a balanced view, restoring the beautiful image colours. EZLink function allows for easy installation in just 3 steps.
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Why 2 stars off?
The weatherproof body has a tail of connections including audio (x2), ethernet, power and a reset switch. This all joins up into a fairly large block and then is fixed into the camera body. The uspshot of this is that you need a MASSIVE hole to pass the cable through. Luckily my was fitted near an airbrick which i knocked a huge hole in. I now need to try to fill it somehow as once the cable is through the gauge is quite reasonable.
Gripe two is the power cable. At a mounted height of around 7ft the 5ft cable has no chance whatsoever of reaching a power point. I will need to fit an extension to power it.
If the camera had some way of passing this wiring through a smaller gap (perhaps a removable back of the camera and internal sockets. A longer loom (it struggles to fit through a standard UK cavity wall and a power cable that actually has some cable would earn this product another star or two, until then unless you are a creative diy'er you will struggle to mount it.
The body is all metal construction and the cable for Ethernet/power/reset cable and connector has been redesigned to be one of the smallest on the market. I drilled a 20mm hole through the wall and it fitted through that perfectly. That said, Foscam do now sell a really neat junction box for this camera that enables the cables (tail) to be stored in that without passing them through the wall, leaving just a small 6mm hole to be drilled for a power feed. In most installations you will need to purchase a 2.1mm power extension lead and these are widely available and cheap with lengths up to 5M available.
Camera image quality is superb and can be varied from 1080p down to 480p depending on how much network bandwidth you want to consume. Foscam provide a mode that they call 'equilibrium' that balances image quality to network capacity and is a bit like a variable bit rate (VBR) mode, it works well and that's what I use.
I have mine sending snap-shot images (2-secs before an event then 10-secs after the trigger event) and video recordings (2-secs before and 20-seconds after the trigger event) to my FTP server and that works well.Read more ›
1) The Fl09800P does not have the ability to take a micro SD card. The internals of the camera are NOT the same, even though they appear identical on the outside.
2) The field of vision with the Fl9900P is far wider than with the Fl9800P. The difference is very important if you are using this camera to monitor, say, the front of your house. I am now able to monitor more of my front drive and lawn and that's a good thing. Also, the increased resolution makes a noticeable difference.
Out of the box I had a notification to update the firmware. Using the web based interface I notice the camera now has a WDR option. This is basically HDR and brings out the darker parts of a scene. A good feature, however during night vision it introduces noise to the image.
The only thing I am struggling with is setting the zones for monitoring movement. On the previous camera it showed a grid over the picture and you could click on the squares you did not want to be included in motion detection. With this one you don't have the grid and I can't seem to select or deselect which parts of the scene I want included in motion detection. This may be an issue with Safari on the Mac so I plan to try it on my Windows 10 laptop...if I can find its charger.
First off, the wi-fi is woeful! It disconnects all the time even though the camera reports a very good signal. The camera is about 12m from one of the best routers you can get - a DrayTek 2860ac - brand new and very powerful. I have since read a lot of other reviews saying that they have the same disconnect issue but with older Foscam cameras they don't - for this reason alone I have given it 1 star and I am buying one of the older units to try that instead!
I would have been happy to have run it on a LAN cable BUT - OMG - the cable bulk that comes out of the the back of the camera means that if I wanted to run the CAT5 connection port through the wall AND the power I would have had to have drilled a hole about 5cm wide!
The cable configuration is simply messy and ill thought out. Proof of this is that they sell a junction box so you can hide the cables that you don't want. Instead of this, it would surely have been better to have had it so that the cables were detachable from the camera itself and you simply connect what you need. I would be happy to pay the extra £5-£10 that a feature like this would probably add as there is no way I am drilling a hole the size of the channel tunnel in my brick walls just to run a badly designed camera cable setup through.
Finally - this i can't explain, but the MAC address printed on the camera was TOTALLY different to what it actually reported as in use.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had another one fail after about 14months, great camera they just don't seem to last outside and after so long they reset then even with Ethernet connected won't allow you to find... Read morePublished 4 days ago by R. Pick
Foscam FI9900P 1080P versus Wansview 1080P Pro HD
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1080P video quality is as good as expected for the... Read more
Very pleased. Technical support is good via live chat as well. Just so you know they are not compatable via crome or Mac (for setting up and viewing)Published 1 month ago by Martyn G.
I've got two of these.
Both updated to latest firmware.
One stable, one reboots itself several times per day. Read more
Great product, well made and very easy to set up. This our second Foscam camera and very pleased with both of them.Published 2 months ago by Malct
For an expensive camera the aerial for the WiFi is amazingly fragile and broke during assembly.
The setup does not seem to allow much control as I cannot get a good wireless... Read more
Bought this camera as it was advertised to support ONVIF, meaning I can connect it to any 3rd party viewer that supports ONVIF (essentially so I can have one, non proprietary,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by P. G. Griffiths-Todd
Very high quality image, easy setup. Has SD card slot within camera which is very usefulPublished 3 months ago by A D G Ginn