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Security Camera Outdoor,Wireless WiFi Pan Tilt Spotlight Solar Battery Powered Motion Detection Home IP Camera with Color Night Vision,2.4G WiFi ,Secure Cloud/Sd Slot Storage -SOLIOM S600

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Brand SOLIOM
Colour White
Material Plastic
Focus type Auto Focus
Item dimensions L x W x H 17 x 12 x 26 centimetres

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  • The security camera outdoor S600 can turn its head 320 degree horizontally and 90 degree vertically pan and tilt,clear two-way audio and 3X digital Zoom(No optical zoom),which provide you much broader and flexible view of cameras for home security
  • The security camera is 1080p full HD day time video and Motion activated Spotlight color night vision;4 pieces white LEDs and 2 pieces infrared LEDs captures clear colorful videos at night;Even see through the dark up to 32 feet in very low light conditions
  • Soliom outdoor security camera is 100% wireless and easy to install;Scan the QR code to pair up security cameras to your phone via Soliom+ app;Extensible battery powered camera with larger solar panel gives you a reliable wireless security camera system in your yard
  • The outdoor camera S600 uses highly sensitive PIR motion sensor with built in radar to double control and reduce false alarms,with 120 degree detecting angle captures all human movements steadily;Does not trigger caused by trees or insects
  • The wifi camera can choose to save all videos in micro SD card up to 64gb or the cloud storage(One month free trial);All videos can be replayed directly via the app.The outdoor security camera uses RTMPS streaming encryption for a more secure data storage with amazon cloud web service
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Reviewed in Australia on 28 February 2021
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Jimmer
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Security Camera
Reviewed in the United States on 8 May 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Security Camera
Reviewed in the United States on 8 May 2020
This is by far the best security camera I've had. You can move the camera around from the app which is really cool and if you put it in the right place you can cover a ton of area. The solar panel holds the batteries and there is room inside of 6 18650's which is probably a bit of overkill, it comes with 3 installed and room for 3 more, unless it's dark for days on end the 3 batteries should be plenty, but always good to have options. The motion detection is spot on and starts quickly, works much better than my Ring doorbell. Overall awesome high end security camera.
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K. Gamble
4.0 out of 5 stars S90 vs S600 - image comparison
Reviewed in the United States on 25 July 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars S90 vs S600 - image comparison
Reviewed in the United States on 25 July 2020
I have an S90 which I purchased about 6 months ago, it watches our vacation home in the Pacific North West. The solar panel works great, even when covered by a tree canopy, the camera manages to keep a charge. I had to turn off motion detection on the S90 to keep the batteries charged, as it is hanging in a tree that didn't give it a lot (or really any) direct sunlight - if it kept waking up to take video, I was worried the panels wouldn't be able to keep it charged. So when the S600 came around, with the ability to load it with SIX rechargable batteries (it ships with 3, you can order additional batteries easily and cheaply on Amazon) I jumped at it.

The solar panel on the S600 is CRAZY big, and with six batteries, my camera should be able to survive even the longest period of grey days in the Pacific NorthWest. The remote panning and tilting control was just a bonus!

The S600 seems to have some "image processing" going on that jacks the sharpness, which you can see in the comparison photos. I hung them side by side to take some apples-to-apples photos so as to show how each camera compares. The cheaper S90 is still a great camera - I honestly kind of prefer the softer image quality to the somewhat over-processed S600. The apps on both are pretty easy to set up; weirdly, the two camera use different apps, so you can't easily combine them in the same system. If you want a few, be sure to buy the same cameras.

My cabin is in a very rural area with absolutely terrible internet, it's capped at 2mb up, so i have motion detection turned off, and use the camera as a sort of "hey, i wonder if the house has burned down" kind of on-demand check-in. Both work great for this, and now, I can rotate the camera on S600 to see more of my property (and my S90 is headed to my friends cabin). Both cameras record locally, so if you have detection on, you essentially remote into the camera, and can watch recorded images stored on the memory card (the app crashes when you try to download the movie, which is something I hope they fix).

Once you get either camera configured, it's essentially bulletproof; the software for the S90 (the "Soliom" app) seems to be a little more polished than than the newer "Soliom +" app that the S600 runs on - I was able to easily share the camera to my wife's phone on the S90, but we can't seem to get it to work on the S600, so that's either pilot error, or (hopefully) the software is still in the process of being updated and that will work better in the future.

For a worry free camera that has no monthly fee, either of these are great. The solar panel on the S600 is insane, and the six 18650 batteries means it should absolutely never run out of power. Even on the smaller S90, the solar panel worked really well, even in indirect sunlight - even in the winter, when there was very little direct sun, it would often show maybe 1/3 of a full charge for weeks on end. Both are solid choices.

The S90 is easier to mount - the S600 has the annoying flaw of the screw holes being directly BEHIND the camera, so you can't get a drill or screwdriver past the "head" unless you have an insanely long bit. I fixed this on the S600 buy bolting it to a board, and then screwing the board into the tree. Between the two, the S90 is way easier to install (and much less noticeable when hung).
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3.0 out of 5 stars I love it but there are some major issues. Updated (3/28/21)
Reviewed in the United States on 9 November 2020
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3.0 out of 5 stars I love it but there are some major issues. Updated (3/28/21)
Reviewed in the United States on 9 November 2020
I really like this camera but it has some major flaws. I'm keeping it,
I will update this review periodically as my experiences change.

Pros:
1. Battery life = with all the cells filled with 18650's, you will not run the battery down unless you live somewhere like Norway. The solar cells will keep these batteries very healthy.
2. Easy to navigate app (once connected and setup)
3. The "SPOTLIGHT" is absolutely lovely, you can configure the spotlight for night use by clicking the lightbulb icon on the app. This will trigger a very bright light when the cam is on at night during a motion detection event. The light will turn off at the end of the detection interval. I love this feature!
4. Solar and SIX 18650 slots, I love this. Hurricane Laura knocked my CCTV out for over a week so this is my solution for that. I'm paring this with a 5v mini wifi router that I can run off a power bank in the event of another storm outage and still have the ability to view from my phone via the battery powered router.

Nb4 you read the cons, this camera is great but needs improvement.

Cons:
1. I have setup 15-20ish IP cams for myself and others throughout the years, this one gave me a lot of trouble connecting to my wifi. The barcode works but takes forever. Took about 30min to setup and I'm pretty advanced with IT/computers.
2. There is a noticeable pinkish tinge in the livestream when the device is charging via solar. Only when the panels are charging does the tinge exist. I dunno, not really a big issue but like why? Seems like the they cheap'd out on the DC to DC converter.
3. You CANNOT SAVE videos from the app that are stored on the SD card without physically removing the card from the device!?!
I own A LOT of IP cams that cost about $30ish and THEY ALL CAN DO THIS! Seems like a money grab to push you to sign up for their cloud service......Gross
4. Good luck verifying the account they force you to create. I've tried twice in a sandbox environment via virtualbox because the email is pretty "phishy". As in it's super sketchy and I wouldn't recommend clicking the link.
Looks like a phishing attempt but it has been working unverified for about a month so I don't think its necessary.
Also the account they force you to make can totally be made with bogus information, I'm not saying you should do that but wink...wink...cough....cough....

Notes from what I did:
Stay away from 18650's that advertise more than 3000mah. They're probably fraudulent. Find some 2500-3000mah batteries, you'll need 3 to fill out the slots. The bank is completely parallel so it doesn't matter whether you mix and match the amp amounts. I found a pack of 6 3000mah that came with a flashlight here on AMZ lol.
Just make sure you charge all the batteries before you put them in the device. Mounting horizontally has the best range of angles (mount in a fashion in which the panel is upright towards the sky without manipulation.
The sun rises in the east and sets in the west, adjust the panel to face the sun at midday to get the most out of your panel.

Maths:
Instruction manual says 2watts running and 0.012watts standby. I checked this with a USB multimeter and it was within 5% tolerance.
The included 18650's are 2500mah at 3.7v = 3 x 2500 mah = 7500mah or 7.5Amps
which means at 3.7v = 3.7v x 7.5A = 27.75 Watt hours not taking voltage changes into consideration (4.2v is fully charged)
then we divide the watt hours by the watt or power requirement of the running cost which is 2watts
27.75 / 2 = 13.875watt hours so it can run for 13.875hr straight during motion detector events.
Standby is 0.012watts
27.75 / 0.012 = 2312.5 watt hours
Now you can take these maths and apply them to whatever other 3 batteries you add, I went with some 3000mah batteries but its not really necessary due to the maths above but the spotlight is not included within the running cost so I would recommend buying those 18650s if you wish to use the spotlight motion feature.
I really should have discharged the batteries and measured the output of the panels but I got lazy. Judging by the size, I'd say its probably outputs around 5-10 watts, I have other panels about the same size. So about 1-2amps at 5v.
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I have a bachelors of science in Industrial Engineering, Associates in Electrical Tech and I'm an Electrician.

UPDATE 3/28/21: THREE STAR
I am removing a star because this device will not connect if there is no connection to the internet. Even if you have connection through the wifi, the device will not work!
I have backup systems for when the power goes out (so I can still use my wifi supported devices) but this device WILL NOT CONNECT WITHOUT an actual connection to the internet. Even though it is connected to my wifi, which has backup power.
I have 5 other IP cams that don't have this weird internet connection requirement.
It should be noted that the device will still function/record without a connection.
As far as using it to view in real time or using the app to search through motion detection recordings whilst the internet is out, well you're SOL......
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R. Ernst
5.0 out of 5 stars Grab This Quality Bargain Security Camera
Reviewed in the United States on 17 June 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Grab This Quality Bargain Security Camera
Reviewed in the United States on 17 June 2020
Amazing 👏 technology advanced security camera..Swivel using app is incredible coupled with Zoom feature is outstanding...than on top of that the Solar charging as you can see in my picture is by far one of the best features....Totally wireless and with the WiFi feature...Pictures are only in SD that I took but it has the HD feature by simply tapping in app...Alert settings are amazing as seen in my pics. Without question a bargain for the money! Easy install and connection!
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Jeff Barnum
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Security Camera
Reviewed in the United States on 28 June 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Security Camera
Reviewed in the United States on 28 June 2020
We love the pan, tilt, zoom option and the video quality is great. The setup is extremely easy. You can add 3 extra 18650 batteries for backup power but it's not really needed. You can store/review the files on your micro SD card or the cloud. If you want to use the cloud, they have 3 different price plans as shown in the pics. So far so good, really happy with this purchase.
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