Wireless IP Camera, LiFu 1280 x 720P Home Security Surveillance HD Pan and Tilt WiFi Camera Built-In Microphone with Night Vision for Pet, Baby Video Monitoring

Wireless IP Camera, LiFu 1280 x 720P Home Security Surveillance HD Pan and Tilt WiFi Camera Built-In Microphone with Night Vision for Pet, Baby Video Monitoring

  • 【24/7 LIVE VIDEO STREAMING AND MOTION DETECTION】- Continuous day/night surveillance is accomplished with IR-LED for night vision up to 49ft. Motion detect sensibility can be adjusted yourself, when monitor is detected or alarm is triggered, instant email notification will be sent.
  • 【MULTI PLATFORM VIEW】- Free apps for Android and IOS, the live video footage can be remote view via iPhone, iPad, Android phone, tablet, PC, IE, keep an eye on your loves and belongs anywhere anytime.
  • 【EASY SETUP AND VERSATILE STAND】- Plug & play features very easy installation. Just plug in the power cable, download the MIPC app and set it up from your Android or IOS device. The cam stand can go on a wall, tripod or shelf.
  • 【TWO-WAY AUDIO】- Built-in speaker and microphone, not only can you see what is happening in front of your camera, also you can hear and speak. Tell your dog to get off the couch or tell intruders that the police are on the way.
  • 【STUNNING VIEWING EXPERIENCE】- Adjustable pan/tilt with horizontal angle 350°; vertical angle 100° gives you a full view of any room. 1.0 megapixel lens capable of streaming video 720P HD quality. And built-in auto IR-CUT filter can provide clear and exquisite image with true color display.
Plug and Play Dual HD Wireless IP Camera, Easy to Achieve Real-Time Remote Viewing
Watch what you love, anytime, anywhere. In less than 10 minute, you'll have it set up and securely streaming high-definition video to you via your home WIFI or Ethernet. Use it to watch your home, your baby, the dog or your small business. Watch from any device such as your Apple Mac, Windows PC, iPhone, iPad or Android device. All you need is a WIFI network paired with the easy-to-use MIPC app. Wireless IP ca

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  • 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Full features of camera listed here. A great camera for the money IMHO, November 21, 2016
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    This review is from: Wireless IP Camera, LiFu 1280 x 720P Home Security Surveillance HD Pan and Tilt WiFi Camera Built-In Microphone with Night Vision for Pet, Baby Video Monitoring (Electronics)
    “My first review on Amazon, but felt compelled to say something about this product as I’m very impressed.

    Firstly: A lot of people have complained about how difficult this is to set up. I found no problems at all with set up. To be honest I followed the (slightly obscure due to being badly translated) instructions and had it all up and running on wireless in less than 20minutes.

    Just to confirm, to use this camera all you need is download the app and the camera plugged into a power socket and a wireless network to connect to. You don’t need to leave a computer on somewhere.

    Ok, the goods and bads
    GOOD:
    1) Picture quality is good for the price. 1280×720 and up to be 25fps of MJPEG. With this resolution you can easily make out detail – good enough for security applications.
    2) Night vision: Really impressed! There is a ring of Infra red LEDs that light up when it gets dark (these are just visible to naked eye) and they flood the scene so that the (albeit) black and white pic is full of detail and looks like it is shot during daylight. The reach (distance) of the IR LEDs is probably limited but I’ve not found any limitations in my application.
    3) Web access: Yes, you can access this over the web (i.e. away from your LAN – I used firefox) and set up is straight forward – just open a port in your router.
    4) Phone Access: Yes, there are an app which can view and control this camera for your Android (and I’m sure IPhone).
    5) Alarm/Motion Detection: yes. You can easily set it up to alarm you when it detect movement. It will send you 7 or 8 pics from the point it detect movement. You can select when you want this Alarm period to be enabled – each day down to about 30mins resolution. Fiddly, but very flexible. There is an option to upload to FTP and a few others that I’ve not looked into.
    6) Reliable: So far it has not crashed on me. I’ve only had it a day though, but from some reviews I was expecting to have to reboot it every 30 mins. No reboots required yet.
    7) Pan/Tilt: Controlled from web browser or phone app. A nice touch is you can set it not to run its self check of running through full pan and tilt – useful if you want to make sure the camera always boots facing a certain direction. The motors in operation (pan/tilt) make a quiet hum. I think mounting the camera correctly would make them even quieter.
    8) Build quality: better than I was expecting for the price. Time will tell how it lasts.

    BAD:
    1) Instructions are lacking. They are just about adequate, covering the basic setup enough to get most people up and running quickly.

    Conclusion:
    You can’t go wrong at this price. If you want a cheap IP camera that has plenty of features then I’d buy this. I will probably buy another one. Contact me if you have any questions.”

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  • 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very clever device !, November 18, 2016
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    This review is from: Wireless IP Camera, LiFu 1280 x 720P Home Security Surveillance HD Pan and Tilt WiFi Camera Built-In Microphone with Night Vision for Pet, Baby Video Monitoring (Electronics)
    “This is an incredible little device with a number of uses – many of them potentially a bit creepy. Here’s why….

    What is it?
    ————–
    This little device, is a surveillance camera which can be operated remotely by an iPhone or Android device.

    What’s in the box?
    ————————-
    * The camera unit itself
    * A short network cable (to plug it into a router)
    * A wall bracket, wall plugs and 2 screws (for optionally fixing it)
    * Clear Instruction manual complete with pictures

    First thing that strikes you is the quality and attention to detail. Beautifully packaged in a well designed, and very well protected box, the camera itself is great build quality with a soft touch material.

    What’s it like?
    ——————
    Excellent but a bit spooky. Out of the box you plug in the power, and connect it to your internet router with the supplied cable, and it slowly revolves around, like a mini-terminator scanning the room. You then download an App from the Apple store or Google Play store, and set it up. Once set up, you can link your device to your WIFI – after which you can unplug the cable, and take your camera to where you need it in the house.

    Once running, you can start the App on your mobile (I tried it on an iPhone 6), and see your cameras view of the world. By swiping across the screen, you can even control the camera to scan left or right, up or down.

    Full control includes:-

    1. The ability to scan the room
    2. The ability to listen into sounds in the room (remarkably sensitive)
    3. The ability to talk to the people in the room (a very creepy experience – believe me)
    4. The ability to take snapshot photos
    5. The ability to detect motion
    6. The ability to take photos in complete darkness (it has infrared LEDs built in).
    7. The ability to record to an SD card

    Who should buy it
    ————————
    I think I’d be useful for anyone who wanted to watch their house remotely or as a baby video/sound monitor. This means you could use it as a burglar alarm (with motion detection), or to watch the dog while your out. You can even talk to them – a great bonus.

    What else do you need?
    ——————————–
    It’s worth noting, this device is for remote monitoring. It’s therefore useful if you also have…

    1. A WIFI router (although you could operate it entirely using the cable)
    2. An Android or Apple smartphone or tablet computer (to monitor)
    3. A bit of patience and persistence in setting it up (although other reviewers clearly had no problems).

    What’s Good about it?
    —————————–

    Disclosure: I was kindly sent this by the manufacturer to give an independent unbiased review.
    * Clever little device which allows you to “”watch”” your home – potentially from the other side of the world
    * Relatively small and discrete – almost disappears on a bookshelf
    * Picture quality (on a smartphone) remarkably clear – very high quality indeed (even a night in a dark room)
    * Very quiet in operation. Scanning the room it was completely silent
    * Fabulously clear instructions complete with pictures (really impressed by this)

    What’s not so good?
    —————————-
    I’ve a very short attention span when it comes to setting this sort of thing up, and I struggled with it a bit. Having said that, the instructions are excellent (lots of pictures and diagrams), and even I got there in the end.

    Conclusion
    —————
    A great idea that can be used to remotely monitor your house or baby.

    Recommended.”

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  • 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A solid IP camera, November 21, 2016
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    This review is from: Wireless IP Camera, LiFu 1280 x 720P Home Security Surveillance HD Pan and Tilt WiFi Camera Built-In Microphone with Night Vision for Pet, Baby Video Monitoring (Electronics)
    “In the box you get the main camera, network cable, power adapter, a user guide and mounting bracket. This style of camera is a little different to some models I’ve looked at a bit more refined with smoother curves.

    Rear panel has a LAN port, micro SD card slow, input for the adapter, and a FN button which also allows you to quick connect to a WPS router if you have one. LED’s on the front show the power/connection status.

    Set up is quite simple connect the camera to your router/modem via the network cable, you can then add the camera to your wireless network. Control is via the downloadable “”app”” or from a browser, the former allows touch control of the camera, whilst the browser allows more extensive settings to be made. The app works quite well moving your finger around the screen allows you to pan tilt/rotate the camera, pinching for zooming in.

    The strongest point of the camera is the video footage, which is both good at night (thanks to the IR LED’s) and detailed in the daytime. Two way audio is also possible a built in speaker/microphone, most of the features you might want are included (motion detection being one of the better implementations I’ve used), however at the time of writing the review there was no email alert option. Wi-fi worked well for the most part, but for a dedicated wired connection would be recommended for a serious security installation. Though the camera was somewhat better than some models I’ve used on the Wi-fi fairly stable and quite responsive a little lag as there always is over a wireless network but certainly usable. The addition of the micro SD card means you can record directly to this if you wish.

    Not many areas to nit pick on bar the email alert, video quality has improved tremendously on these cameras over the last couple of years the 720p footage is crisp detailed and up there with the best, quite intuitive in use via the app or the browser. A good offering in this price range.”

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