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Amazon has the Amcrest IP2M-841 ProHD 1080P (1920TVL) WiFi IP Security Camera, Black for $82.10

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Stunning Full HD 1080P Video at 30fps. Record and Playback via local microSD Card, Amcrest or ONVIF NVR, FTP Upload, and Blue Iris. Amcrest Cloud Video Recording Service Available.
Quick WiFi Setup via iPhone or Android Smartphone using the Amcrest View App (Included). Seamlessly Stream Video and Two Way Audio Directly to Your Smartphone, Tablet, Apple Mac or Windows PC.
Remarkable Field of View with Super Wide 90 degree Viewing Angle, Remote Pan/Tilt, Intelligent Digital Zoom, and IR LED Night Vision Up to 32 feet.
Stay in Touch with Two Way Talk, Intelligent Motion Alerts, Email Alerts/Snapshots as well as Mobile and Web Apps (Safari, Firefox, IE Supported - Chrome Supported on Amcrest Cloud).
Features Sony image sensor and Ambarella processor. All cameras CE and FCC certified with UL compliant, 10-foot power supplies. Full 1-Year US Warranty and Lifetime Support Provided Directly from Amcrest. Our support team is available at 1-888-212-7538
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I have 2 of these in white around house. They're set up to record to my Synology NAS and they're great. Excellent resolution, great features, easy to use. Pan/tilt/zoom, night vision (which works very well), and 2-way audio. Love these things.

The Amcrest app leaves something to be desired, though. No account-based setup, so you'll need registration codes from the bottom of the camera to add it to each phone. This also means the camera is accessible from the web, which some may be uncomfortable with. Not sure if you can set it up to be viewable only from your home network - I suspect you can, though. I also have some difficulties connecting to the camera occasionally (not home network issues since the recording still works and is viewable from the Synology DS Cam app).

Overall, excellent quality at a great price. Paid $105 per camera and don't regret it. If I needed a 3rd, I'd jump on this.
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I have 2 of these in white around house. They're set up to record to my Synology NAS and they're great. Excellent resolution, great features, easy to use. Pan/tilt/zoom, night vision (which works very well), and 2-way audio. Love these things.

The Amcrest app leaves something to be desired, though. No account-based setup, so you'll need registration codes from the bottom of the camera to add it to each phone. This also means the camera is accessible from the web, which some may be uncomfortable with. Not sure if you can set it up to be viewable only from your home network - I suspect you can, though. I also have some difficulties connecting to the camera occasionally (not home network issues since the recording still works and is viewable from the Synology DS Cam app).

Overall, excellent quality at a great price. Paid $105 per camera and don't regret it. If I needed a 3rd, I'd jump on this.
Nice writeup. I am willing to try one out.
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Ended at 7am edt
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Missed it by 13 min... should have not slept in this morning.
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Quote from Chimay View Post :
I have 2 of these in white around house. They're set up to record to my Synology NAS and they're great. Excellent resolution, great features, easy to use. Pan/tilt/zoom, night vision (which works very well), and 2-way audio. Love these things.

The Amcrest app leaves something to be desired, though. No account-based setup, so you'll need registration codes from the bottom of the camera to add it to each phone. This also means the camera is accessible from the web, which some may be uncomfortable with. Not sure if you can set it up to be viewable only from your home network - I suspect you can, though. I also have some difficulties connecting to the camera occasionally (not home network issues since the recording still works and is viewable from the Synology DS Cam app).

Overall, excellent quality at a great price. Paid $105 per camera and don't regret it. If I needed a 3rd, I'd jump on this.
Are you using surveillance station or just recording to the Syn from the Amcrest web interface? In my experience, I couldn't get the camera to record to my Synology via the settings in the Amcrest Web Interface settings, although the option is there. I tried Surveillance Station but there was a huge delay, the resolution was compressed and from what I've read, you are limited to one camera unless you buy more licenses. I ended up reselling the one I bought at a good price. Still trying to find a better solution and maybe something that works w/ SmartThings.

There is a developer work around for SmartThings for these cameras but it doesn't work all that well.
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Anyone having trouble upgrading the firmware? Trying since last 3 hours......
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Are you using surveillance station or just recording to the Syn from the Amcrest web interface? In my experience, I couldn't get the camera to record to my Synology via the settings in the Amcrest Web Interface settings, although the option is there. I tried Surveillance Station but there was a huge delay, the resolution was compressed and from what I've read, you are limited to one camera unless you buy more licenses. I ended up reselling the one I bought at a good price. Still trying to find a better solution and maybe something that works w/ SmartThings.

There is a developer work around for SmartThings for these cameras but it doesn't work all that well.
I use Surveillance Station, which is limited to 2 cameras without a license. I've never actually used the Amcrest web interface - just set them up as a generic ONVIF in Synology. In the Synology settings, you can set the resolution manually. I've got mine on 1080p / 30fps which takes up a ton of space but serves the purpose. As for the delays, I haven't personally experienced them.
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Quote from Chimay View Post :
I use Surveillance Station, which is limited to 2 cameras without a license. I've never actually used the Amcrest web interface - just set them up as a generic ONVIF in Synology. In the Synology settings, you can set the resolution manually. I've got mine on 1080p / 30fps which takes up a ton of space but serves the purpose. As for the delays, I haven't personally experienced them.
I have two also, but haven't gotten to the part of recording anything. I can hang USB storage off of my router and maybe point there, but have not fiddled with anything yet. Any suggestions for a novice getting started that don't involve spending more money? :-)
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I have two also, but haven't gotten to the part of recording anything. I can hang USB storage off of my router and maybe point there, but have not fiddled with anything yet. Any suggestions for a novice getting started that don't involve spending more money? :-)
Unfortunately, I'm not much more than a novice myself. I suspect you can do it thru the Amcrest interface just as you say. Here's some directions from the Amcrest support website.

https://support.amcrest.com/hc/en...AS-storage
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how do you make these indoor cameras, useable outdoors?
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how do you make these indoor cameras, useable outdoors?
Set in a window and point out?
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