HOSAFE Dome IP Camera with audio Outdoor 1080P, Home Security Surveillance Camera, 50ft night vision, Motion Detection Alert, Support Windows/Mac/Android/iPhone, Compatible with ONVIF NVR or Software (Blur iris, ispy, Synology, etc)
- [Full HD 1080P for Day and Night] Full HD 1080P resolution with 1/3" 2 Megapixel CMOS sensor, true color HD image in daytime, bright and clear Black/White image at night, bring you whole day protection.
- [Standard Camera with POE Injector] This is a standard IP dome camera, but we offer one pair free POE Injector cable, this changes the camera installation to be a POE camera, just use one single Ethernet cable to transfer power and data, making installation easier and faster without adding any extra cost.
- [Outdoor Camera with Audio] It is a all-weather camera, indoor and outdoor, even heavy raining or snowing, it is All Competent. Built-in high sensitive microphone, amazing ability on collecting sound, even pickup sound from another room, around 30ft.
- [Strong Compatibility] Not only work with HOSAFE NVR, HOSAFE PC Client, HOSAFE APP, Web browser, but also work with the most of ONVIF NVR/Software (Blue Iris, Milestone, iSpy, Digital WatchDog, Sighthound Video, SecuritySpy, Synology, QNAP, IP Cam Viewer, TinyCam, Evocam, Zoneminder, ect. ) (based on standard ONVIF protocol). But Motion Detection function only works with HOSAFE brand device/software.
- [Motion Detection Alert] It detects movement in real-time, and will send you alert information according to your previous setting. (Push notification to phone app or Send email with photos or Upload photo to FTP server)
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This Full HD 1080P IP Dome Camera helps you stay in touch with what you love anytime, anywhere. With its quick and easy PC/mobile setup process, you will have secure access to your camera's Video/Audio stream in no time. Stream live and record video/audio of your home, your kids, your pets, or your business on the go with the HOSAFE security camera.
Resolution: HD 1920*1080
Sensor type: 1/3" 2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
Audio: Built-in High Sensitive Microphone, Pickup range 30ft
Lens: 3.6mm 2MP HD Lens
Fixed View Angle: Horizontal: 80°, Vertical: 60°
Night Vision: 36pcs IR LED, 50ft Night Vision Distance
Wireless Standard: No Wireless
Frame Rate: 15fps
POE Standard: No POE
Weatherproof: IP66 Level
SD card Slot: No
Video Compression: H.264 main profile, Support RTSP, RTMP, work with VLC Player
Power Adaptor: DC12V/1A (5.5x2.1mm connector) included
Operating Temperature: -30℃~+55℃
3rd Party support list: Blue Iris, iSpy, Synology, Tiny Cam, Security Spy, XProtect, VLC, etc.
What’s in the box?
1 x 2MP IP Camera
1 x Screw Kit
1 x 3ft Ethernet Cable
1 x Power Adaptor
2 x POE injector cable
1 x CD and User Manual
1 x Security Warning Sticker
1 x Waterproof Accessories for Ethernet Cable Connector
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I ordered one of these latest generation cameras as a replacement and have discovered that HoSafe has made valuable improvements in both the hardware and the software. The camera image quality is full 1920x1080 HD and the process of commissioning the camera is much improved. By default, the camera will connect to your network when plugged in, but to get an image you first need to configure the camera. This is easy to do with their SearchTool software on a PC (or with an app on your mobile device), which will find the camera and let you remotely configure (commission) it. Once done, your camera is ready to go. You access its configuration information via web page just by typing in its IP address, so you don't need any dedicated software. HoSafe provides some very easy-to-follow short videos on the included DVD showing exactly how to do all of this. Connecting directly through the camera IP address gives you access to all the settings, including the one for the on-screen display (OSD) name that I could not find on the iPhone app.
If you'd rather commission cameras using the app, it's easy to do. Everything you need is convenient to access and easy to understand and set. Once set up, I find the app is very helpful for adjusting the image and physically positioning the camera while installing it. In my view, HoSafe has done a great job of designing their software to be simple to follow. I have not found any glitches so far and the issues I had with the other cameras appear to have been completely solved. One hardware comment - if you use the eyeball version, plan out your mounting position carefully. There is an interference between the cable and the plastic socket that prevents it from pivoting in certain directions. If you plan ahead, you can mount the base so these interferences don't block the orientation you want.
I'm actually using Blue Iris for my camera control system and I find that these new cameras connect very easily and work exactly as expected. I don't have any plans to change from Blue Iris, but the new HoSafe software seems much improved from earlier versions and may be well sufficient for customers new to video security systems.
Overall, I was pleased with the support from HoSafe. They really seem to have their act together and I feel confident in recommending them to my friends. Thank you!
The software doesn't SSL/TLS encryption. And there is only one login configurable - an administrative access login - no place to add a "guest" user without admin rights. Plus it's using the basic authentication protocol, so don't consider this very secure. You'll be logging in as admin just to look at pictures.
The camera doesn't support area motion detection. It will do timed pictures, but I really don't want a library of pictures clogging up my server unless there is motion involved.
The software was written by a non-native English speaker, and I had trouble understanding what they were saying sometimes. But I've configured 5 or 6 other web cams and never had an issue like this with software.
The hardware itself seemed of decent quality, the camera optics were clear and crisp, and infrared lighting worked just fine. But I'd take a pass and look for a camera with better security instead.
* They're not plastic - these are made of sturdy-feeling metal
* They have a wider angle than any of the cheapo cameras - the pic I added is from a camera mounted only about 8 feet from my front door, yet it picks up about 200 feet of the roadway leading away from the front of my house too.
* The IR night vision is miles ahead of any cheap camera - I can typically see the entire width of my back yard at night. The previous cameras only lit up about 15 feet of space
* One cable - they're not true POE, but with the included adapters, you can run power and data through a single cable. (Make sure to use the right kind of cable for your installation) They have another model if you already have POE switches in your house.
* They look good mounted on the house. The off-white matches the trim of our siding well without being too stark.
* They've already been through some extremely heavy rainfall and are still working fine
A few things to be wary of:
* Documentation isn't great - it helps if you're familiar with IP cameras already, but you'll eventually get through it fine.
* These do transmit packets to certain IP addresses in China once they're up and running. (nothing big enough to be video) Presumably to enable the dynamic DNS and other cloud capabilities that are packaged with the cameras, but I just blocked them from initiating connections to the Internet and set up port forwarding so I can view them remotely.
All conspiracy theories aside, I think these are just solid value cameras from a lesser-known manufacturer that I was lucky to learn about at the right time. Since installing the first few, I have one left and ordered another to complete the 360 view of my property. I'd say you can confidently buy these cameras for your DIY home security needs.