HD 1080P PTZ Outdoor POE Security IP Dome Camera with 3X Optical Zoom Pan/Tilt/3X Motorized Zoom, Dome Style for Celling Installation
- 2.5" Metal Pan-Tilt-Zoom IP Camera. View angle Pan Range:Pan Range: 0°~355°, Pan Speed: 120°/s, Tilt Range: 0°~90°, Tilt Speed: 45°/s. Presets: 128, Remote Pan/Tilt Functionality with 3x Optical Zoom, IR night vision 30meters.
- Premium HD 1080p Video Resolution 1920(H)¡Á1080(V) at 30 Frames Per Second. 2.8-8mm 3X Motorized Zoom Lens. H.264 Video Compression.
- Stay in Touch with Intelligent Motion Alerts, Email Alerts/Snapshots as well as Mobile and Web Apps (Safari, Firefox, IE Supported. Compatible with 3rd Party Software : iSpy, Milestone, Digi fort and Blue Iris to Watch Video. Support Onvif protocol GB/T28281,work with Hikvision ,Dahua ,XM. Built-in Surge and Lightning Protection Devices
- Quick Power Over Ethernet Setup Simple Power Over Ethernet Setup to tangle with less wires and less frustration. With this Power Over Ethernet (POE) camera, only connect it to 1 cord for both power and Ethernet. This camera requires a separate POE injector or POE switch to operate. A power supply and a POE injector are NOT included, and are sold separately.
- Support RTSP, Multi-Language. Remote Watching by PC and SmartPhone (ie: Windows 7/8/10, Blackberry, Symbian, iOS, Android and Windows Mobile). Metal Housing with Water-proof IP66 and Unique Design. 1 Year Warranty and Lifetime Support Provided Directly
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ProHD 1080P PTZ Outdoor POE Security IP Dome Camera with 360 Degree Retro flexion which is not the same with traditional fixed dome camera in the market. You can stay in touch with what you love anytime, anywhere. With its quick mobile setup process, you will have secure access to your camera's video stream in no time.
Stream live and playback recorded video of your home, your kids, your pets, or your business on the go with the View app. This PTZ Dome cameras also record and upload to an FTP as well as record to any ONVIF compliant Network Video Recorder (NVR) (not included). It is also has smart motion alerts, email alerts and snapshots, advanced recording options, and secure SSL/HTTPS connection.
IMAGE SENSOR: 1/2.9" SONY Sensor
EFFECTIVE PIXEL :1920(H)×1080(V)
Video compression: H.264/MJPEG
VIDEO FRAME RATE: 25fps/30fps@1080P
MIN. ILLUMINATION: 0.01Lux@F1.2(AGC ON), 0Lux IR on
Network protocol: TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP, DDNS, RTP,RTSP, PPPOE ,SMTP, NTP, UPNP
Network interface: Built in RJ45network interface support 10M/100M IP DATA
BROWSER : Support IE7 IE8 IE9 Chrome8+ Firefox3.5+ Safari5+
POWER SUPPLY: DC12V±10%
PoE Makes Wiring & Installation Easier
Quick Power Over Ethernet Setup Simple Power Over Ethernet Setup
to tangle with less wires and less frustration. With this Power Over Ethernet (POE) camera, Wired IP camera with Ethernet cable provide faster and more stable data transmission, no signal loss. This camera requires a separate POE injector or POE switch to operate.
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My colleague was right! This is a commercial-quality camera, being sold on Amazon for a "consumer" price. I've had the camera for 2 days and tried to experience all of the features, before writing this review. If you're looking for a camera for your home or business, here's what you'll want to know:
The camera is packaged very well, with snug and secure foam protection. It arrived in perfect condition. I was expecting that the camera would have a thin, inexpensive housing, but that was NOT the case. The heavy, aluminum body of the camera suggests that it will be quite durable, even if mounted outdoors (it's IP66 rated) and the "screwless" case is completely tamper-proof. The 4" base is smaller than any other PTZ IP camera I've worked with, which will give you more options for mounting on a wall or ceiling. The included mounting bracket will work for most mountings, but for some outdoor installations, I'd probably use an additional "box" to contain the cables, etc.
The included instructions for getting started are pretty good. I suspect, if you've never installed an IP camera, you'll get scared about the complexity... but if you follow the instructions, you'll be fine. As an experienced installer, I just needed to know the IP Address and I was "off to the races". PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a "wireless" (Wi-Fi) camera... it must be connected to an existing wired Ethernet network. In the instructions, they tell you where to download some great utilities (IP Search, CMS Pro, etc.), in a single download. That was a great thing to include. For less-experienced installers, they'll find those utilities invaluable.
About the camera (yeah, I know that's what you're most interested in). The picture is excellent. You may find others advertising higher resolutions, but, in my experience, the pictures are only marginally better, but consume more bandwidth (especially if you're using multiple cameras at a single location). I loved the PAN, TILT and ZOOM (3x) functions. They worked exactly as expected AND I really appreciated that the ZOOM works together with an Auto-Focus function keep the picture clear even when zooming (you can also manually focus for extra clarity or to change the focal point of a specific image). I also enjoyed the "Auto Pan" function, which lets you cover a wide area with constant movement (you can also create "paths" if you have specific areas you want to cover... though, in real life, I've never had much use for that function). The infrared works well (and automatically, at dark). I didn't test it to see if it really works for 30 meters (it probably does), but I usually don't have my cameras focused on distances that far away. In my test scenario, it worked great at 15 meters.
I downloaded the Android App and played with it and was very pleased with the full functionality of the application (yes, you can pan, tilt and zoom from the smartphone app). It's very well written. The only thing I did see (and couldn't really test) was how I'd split the screen if I had multiple cameras (e.g. 4 cameras on a single screen). I believe it's supported by both the application and JideTech's camera, but I can't verify that.
One last thing: For many of my business installations, I use an NVR for recording. The included ONVIF protocol makes this camera compatible with ONVIF NVR's... a big plus for larger installations. Keep in mind that, if you want to record video, it has to be done with an NVR (not included) or a PC/Smartphone Application (included). And you can't install a memory card into this camera!
OK, since nothing's perfect, you probably want to know the negatives, as well. I can help with that! POE (Power Over Internet) is very important to me. The camera INCLUDES a POE Splitter, so you can use a single, POE Ethernet Cable to supply both the power and the internet to the camera. The splitter included with my camera was defective and didn't work. I have plenty of splitters in stock, which worked perfectly AND it worked perfectly with a standard AC Adapter (12v 1a). I'm sure JideTech would have replaced the splitter, if I needed it, but I don't. That was the only functional problem I had. Another small problem: my Android App, was unable to scan the QR code on the camera (since I was setting up the camera on my office network, that wasn't an issue for me... but I was surprised it didn't scan. Finally, I love the PTX functions, but I would have preferred a larger zoom (maybe 5x vs the included 3x). OK, I know I'm being greedy! For most installations 3x is great, but I have some installations where I have to mount further away and the higher zoom would be helpful (but would certainly require a larger base/footprint).
Overall, this is a very good camera for professionals and less experienced installers. Certainly, if you're looking for a camera(s) for your home or small business, you'll love it. I was pleasantly surprised and I expect you will be, also.
I'm using this as an ONVIF camera connected to a GW Security NVR and I get the PTZ features I want. A minor con is that the NVR is not able to adjust some of the camera settings (resolution, frame rate, exposure, etc.), which requires me to connect to the camera from a PC to make some of the adjustments. However, those are adjustments that I set once and don't need to change.
If you only need 1080p via H.264, the 1080p 2M version is fine. But if you want the higher resolution and H.265, this is the camera you want. I have yet to see an outdoor 5 MP PTZ dome camera as inexpensive as this one.
I also bought some of the wall mounts (search for JideTech wall mount, as the one Amazon sometimes displays as 'Frequently bought' is by a 3rd party, and is more expensive) which do the job.
NOTE: Not sure why there are several poor reviews here, but getting -any- IP camera working is not an easy task if you are not familiar with TCP/IP networking. The JideTech cameras are a little easier than some in that they are configured to use the IP address 192.168.1.18 by default. If that means nothing to you, you'll probably need some help getting this working, but it will be worth it.
My only concern is the cable that comes out the bottom. Unless you’re willing to drill a hole in the ceiling for the cable, there’s no great way to manage it externally. There is no slot or cutout for any type of cable management. Setting the camera flat on a surface extremely bends the cable and worries me that one day it might break. Pulling it out of the box it already looked like it’s starting to get thin around the bend point.
One thing I wasn’t expecting was that it would include a POE injector. Nice addition considering there’s no barrel connector power adapter, despite there being a port on the cable for one.
Setup was fairly easy thanks to the great user manual. Unfortunately you need Windows with a DVD drive in order to get it running. The software download link on the website was broken, so I had to pull out a DVD drive to access the files on the included CD. The most important piece of software is the IP Wizard. This is where you assign the IP address. If you’re using 192.168.1.1, you might not need it, but in my case my default gateway is 10.0.1.1, something the camera couldn’t figure out since DHCP was off by default. After that everything could be accessed with a web browser. Internet Explorer worked the best for me, and again there’s no driver for viewing it on a Mac. They also include HCMS viewer. It’s a stand-alone application for doing much the same stuff. The website and app work fine for viewing the camera and rotating it, however where I see the biggest potential is with an NVR. I use Synology’s Surveillance Station. It was recognized right away as a generic ONIF camera with all PTZ functionality as well. With a good NVR and software, I would be happy never needing the website, as it’s not that great.
As for image quality, it’s fairly good. The max resolution is 2600x1944. At 2.6K, it’s a fairly high resolution for a security camera and looks pretty sharp. Auto focus is also pretty good, and the optical zoom helps with image quality. When in night vision mode, there is a reflection from the dome in all corners. For me it wasn’t the biggest issue, but might be something you’d want to consider. When in normal color mode, I didn’t notice much internal reflections. Panning is smooth and the video looks pretty nice.
Overall this is a really great camera. It’s a solid unit and is great for someone looking to make their way into NVR setups. The website and included software isn’t that great, but it’s really meant for use in some other type of recording setup. Internal reflections could be the biggest issue for some, so it’s important to know where you’re going to place the camera before getting one.